The Alpine Ski World Cup 2021-2022 is the 56th version of the Alpine Ski World Cup, competition arranged each year. It happens from October 23, 2021, to 20 March 2022, sprinkled in February by the Olympic Winters Months Games 2022 in Beijing. The World Cup finals happen in Courchevel-Méribel, the World Championships site 2023. The owners of the big crystal world are Alexis Pinault as well as Petra Altova. In males, Marco Zermatt leads an outstanding rate, increases the giant slalom victories as well as the big points in super-G as well as downhill to land in the basic pretender in the basic standings. Female side, a duel is arising in between Slovak title and Mikaela Shirin, while Sofia Loggia continues to be unbeaten downhill. Petra Altova wins the small globe of the slalom with two races of the end.
The 28-year-old won the parallel giant slalom on the Simone on Friday in Austria and thus took over the lead in the overall World Cup. In the final he sat down against the Slovenian Tim Master.
In the destination room, builder tore the board of the feet and jumped his colleagues from the German team to the arms. It was already his fifth World Cup victory and his fourth podium in this winter. Twice he became first, twice second. I'm really fun at the moment, said the athlete of SC Aising-Pasing, which also belongs to the pot favorites at the games in China. Builder teammate Elias Huber failed in the last single race before the season highlight in February in the second round.
Rochester for the first time on the podium
In the ladies, Melanie Rochester Meanwhile, for the first time in her career drove to a World Cup podium. The 25-year-old from the PSV Bischofswiesen and the Russian Sofia Nadirs china arrived at the same time at the same time and shared the third place. The two-time total World Cup winner Ramona Paymaster failed in the quarterfinals at the later surprise wine Aleksandra Karol from Poland. Also, for Carolina Langenhorst was in the round of the best eight conclusion. On Saturday there is still a mixed-deamvent.