2022 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Women’s Parallel

The Women’s Parallel World Cup 2021/2022 involved only 1 event, a parallel giant slalom, due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. The sole event was won by Andreja Slokar, who thus won the season championship. Because only one race was run, Slokar will not be awarded a crystal globe for winning this discipline. This specific championship includes both parallel giant slalom and parallel slalom races. At this time, individual parallel races are not included in the season finals.

2022 Women’s Parallel World Cup
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# Skier
13 Nov 2021
Lech/Zürs

Tot.
1 Andreja Slokar 100 100
2 Thea Louise Stjernesund 80 80
3 Kristin Lysdahl 60 60
4 Marta Bassino 50 50
5 Sara Hector 45 45
6 Marte Monsen 40 40
7 Lena Dürr 36 36
8 Tina Robnik 32 32
9 Stephanie Brunner 29 29
10 Coralie Frasse Sombet 26 26
11 Maryna Gąsienica-Daniel 24 24
12   Andrea Ellenberger 22 22
13 Elisa Mörzinger 20 20
14   Vanessa Kasper 18 18
15   Lara Gut-Behrami 16 16
16 Katharina Liensberger 15 15
17   Simone Wild 14 14
18 Andrea Filser 13 13
19 Emma Aicher 12 12
20 Katharina Truppe 11 11
References [1]
  •   Winner
  •   2nd place
  •   3rd place
  • DNS = Did Not Start
  • DNQ = Did Not Qualify
  • Updated at 29 November 2021, after all events.[2]

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