2021 World Alpine Skiing Championships Results

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Top five and notable results from the 2021 World Alpine Skiing Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy. Full results are here. … 

Women’s Downhill
Gold: Corinne Suter (SUI) — 1:34.27

Silver: Kira Weidle (GER) — +.20
Bronze: Lara Gut-Behrami (SUI) — +.37
4. Ester Ledecka (CZE) — +.44
5. Ramona Siebenhofer (AUT) — +.50
5. Michelle Gisin (SUI) — +.50
9. Breezy Johnson (USA) — +.90
14. Ilka Stuhec (SLO) — +1.30
21. Bella Wright (USA) — +2.20
24. Jackie Wiles (USA) — +2.74
26. Laurenne Ross (USA) — +3.03

Men’s Downhill
Gold: Vincent Kriechmayr (AUT) — 1:37.79

Silver: Andreas Sander (GER) — +.01
Bronze: Beat Feuz (SUI) — +.18
4. Marco Odermatt (SUI) — +.65
4. Dominik Paris (ITA) — +.65
8. Kjetil Jansrud (NOR) — +1.02
10. Bryce Bennett (USA) — +1.10
12. Travis Ganong (USA) — +1.24
20. Jared Goldberg (USA) — +1.95
DNF. Matthias Mayer (AUT)

Women’s Super-G
Gold: Lara Gut-Behrami (SUI) — 1:25.51
Silver: Corinne Suter (SUI) — +.34
Bronze: Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) — +.47
4. Ester Ledecka (CZE) — +.53
5. Kajsa Vickhoff Lie (NOR) — +.65
9. Petra Vlhova (SLO) — +.90
10. Federica Brignone (ITA) — +1.09
15. Breezy Johnson (USA) — +1.51
22. Bella Wright (USA) — +2.29
29. A.J. Hurt (USA) — +3.38

Men’s Super-G
Gold: Vincent Kriechmayr (AUT) — 1:19.41
Silver: Romed Baumann (GER) — +.07

Bronze: Alexis Pinturault (FRA) — +.38
5. Dominik Paris (ITA) — +.55
6. Matthias Mayer (AUT) — +.60
8. Travis Ganong (USA) — +.75
10. Beat Feuz (SUI) — +.93
11. Marco Odermatt (SUI) — +.96
12. Kjetil Jansrud (NOR) — +1.04
15. Jared Goldberg (USA) — +1.44
27. Bryce Bennett (USA) — +2.52
DNF. Mauro Caviezel (SUI)

Women’s Giant Slalom
Gold: Lara Gut-Behrami (SUI) — 2:30.66

Silver: Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) — +.02
Bronze: Katharina Liensberger (AUT) — +.09
4. Alice Robinson (NZL) — +.73
5. Ramona Siebenhofer (AUT) — +1.26
7. Tessa Worley (FRA) — +1.64
10. Nina O’Brien (USA) — +1.80
12. Petra Vlhova (SVK) — +1.90
13. Marta Bassino (ITA) — +2.28
DNF. Federica Brignone (ITA)
DNF. A.J. Hurt (USA)
DNF. Paula Moltzan (USA)

Men’s Giant Slalom
Gold: Mathieu Faivre (FRA) — 2:37.25
Silver: Luca de Aliprandini (ITA) — +.63
Bronze: Marco Schwarz (AUT) — +.87
4. Filip Zubcic (SLO) — +1.59
5. Loic Meillard (SUI) — +1.77
9. Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) — +2.53
11. River Radamus (USA) — +3.34
DNF. Marco Odermatt (SUI)
DNF. Alexis Pinturault (FRA)

Women’s Slalom
Gold: Katharina Liensberger (AUT) — 1:39.50
Silver: Petra Vlhova (SVK) — +1.00
Bronze: Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) — +1.98
4. Wendy Holdener (SUI) — +2.34
5. Andreja Slokar (SLO) — +2.67
DNF. Nina O’Brien (USA)
DNF. A.J. Hurt (USA)
DNF. Michelle Gisin (SUI)
DNF. Paula Moltzan (USA)

Men’s Slalom
Gold: Sebastian Foss-Solevaag (NOR) — 1:46.48
Silver: Adrian Pertl (AUT) — +.21
Bronze: Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) — +.46
4. Alex Vinatzer (ITA) — +1.20
5. Daniel Yule (SUI) — +1.22
7. Alexis Pinturault (FRA) — +1.50
11. Ramon Zenhäusern (SUI) — +2.50
13. Benjamin Ritchie (USA) — +2.75
DNF. Marco Schwarz (AUT)
DNF. Jeff Seymour (USA)
DNF. Luke Winters (USA)
DNF. Alex Leever (USA)

Women’s Super Combined
Gold: Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) — 2:07.22
Silver: Petra Vlhova (SVK) — +.86
Bronze: Michelle Gisin (SUI) — +.89
4. Elena Curtoni (ITA) — +2.35
5. Ramona Siebenhofer (AUT) — +2.81
14. Bella Wright (USA) — +6.13
DNF. Federica Brignone (ITA)
DNF. Wendy Holdener (SUI)
DNF. AJ Hurt (USA)

Men’s Super Combined
Gold: Marco Schwarz (AUT) — 2:05.86
Silver: Alexis Pinturault (FRA) — +.04
Bronze: Loic Meillard (SUI) — +1.12
4. James Crawford (CAN) — +1.33
5. Simon Jocher (GER) — +2.46
16. Bryce Bennett (USA) — +6.37

Women’s Parallel Giant Slalom
Gold: Marta Bassino (ITA)

Gold: Katharina Liensberger (AUT)
Bronze: Tessa Worley (FRA)
4. Paula Moltzan (USA)
5. Tina Robnik (SLO)
10. Nina O’Brien (USA)

Men’s Parallel Giant Slalom
Gold: Mathieu Faivre (FRA)

Silver: Filip Zubcic (CRO)
Bronze: Loic Meillard (SUI)
4. Alexander Schmid (GER)
5. Luca De Aliprandini (ITA)
8. River Radamus (USA)

Team Parallel Event
Gold: Norway

Silver: Sweden
Bronze: Germany
4. Switzerland
5. Austria
6. USA

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Aleksander Aamodt Kilde sweeps Beaver Creek World Cup races

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Norway’s Aleksander Aamodt Kilde held off Swiss Marco Odermatt for a second consecutive day to sweep World Cup races in Beaver Creek, Colorado, this weekend.

Kilde won Sunday’s super-G by two tenths of a second over Odermatt, one day after edging Odermatt by six hundredths. France’s Alexis Pinturault took third as the podium was made up of the last three men to win the World Cup overall title, the biggest annual prize in ski racing.

This season’s overall figures to be a two-man battle between Kilde, the 2019-20 champion, and Odermatt, the reigning champion, and could come down to March’s World Cup Finals. They’ve combined to win the first five of 38 scheduled races.

The top American Sunday was River Radamus, who finished an impressive 16th given his start number was 57. Radamus’ best event is the giant slalom.

Ryan Cochran-Siegle, the Olympic super-G silver medalist, and Travis Ganong, who was third in Beaver Creek last year, both skied out.

The men’s World Cup heads next weekend to Val d’Isere, France, for a giant slalom and slalom.

ALPINE SKIING: Results | Broadcast Schedule

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Alpine skiing TV, live stream schedule for 2022-23 World Cup season

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NBC Sports and Peacock combine to air live coverage of the 2022-23 Alpine skiing season, including races on the World Cup, which starts this weekend.

Coverage begins with the traditional season-opening giant slaloms in Soelden, Austria, this Saturday and Sunday, streaming live on Peacock.

The first of four stops in the U.S. — the most in 26 years — is Thanksgiving weekend with a women’s giant slalom and slalom in Killington, Vermont. The men’s tour visits Beaver Creek, Colorado the following week, as well as Palisades Tahoe, California, and Aspen, Colorado after worlds in Courchevel and Meribel, France.

NBC Sports platforms will broadcast all four U.S. stops in the Alpine World Cup season, plus four more World Cups in other ski and snowboard disciplines. All Alpine World Cups in Austria will stream live on Peacock.

Mikaela Shiffrin, who last year won her fourth World Cup overall title, is the headliner. Shiffrin, who has 74 career World Cup race victories, will try to close the gap on the only Alpine skiers with more: Lindsey Vonn (82) and Ingemar Stenmark (86). Shiffrin won an average of five times per season the last three years and is hopeful of racing more often this season.

On the men’s side, 25-year-old Swiss Marco Odermatt returns after becoming the youngest man to win the overall, the biggest annual prize in ski racing, since Marcel Hirscher won the second of his record eight in a row in 2013.

2022-23 Alpine Skiing World Cup Broadcast Schedule
Schedule will be added to as the season progresses. All NBC Sports TV coverage also streams live on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app.

Date Coverage Network/Platform Time (ET)
Sat., Oct. 22 Women’s GS (Run 1) – Soelden (PPD) Peacock 4 a.m.
Women’s GS (Run 2) – Soelden (PPD) Peacock 7:05 a.m.
Sun., Oct. 23 Men’s GS (Run 1) — Soelden Peacock 4 a.m.
Men’s GS (Run 2) – Soelden Peacock 7 a.m.
Sat., Nov. 12 Women’s Parallel (Qualifying) — Lech (PPD) Peacock 6 a.m.
Women’s Parallel (Finals) — Lech (PPD) Peacock 12 p.m.
Sun., Nov. 13 Men’s Parallel (Qualifying) — Lech (PPD) Peacock 4 a.m.
Men’s Parallel (Finals) — Lech (PPD) Peacock 10 a.m.
Sat., Nov. 19 Women’s SL (Run 1) — Levi Skiandsnowboard.live 4 a.m.
Women’s SL (Run 2) — Levi Skiandsnowboard.live 7 a.m.
Sun., Nov. 20 Women’s SL (Run 1) — Levi Skiandsnowboard.live 4:15 a.m.
Women’s SL (Run 2) — Levi Skiandsnowboard.live 7:15 a.m.
Fri., Nov. 25 Men’s DH — Lake Louise (PPD) Skiandsnowboard.live 2:30 p.m.
Sat., Nov. 26 Women’s GS (Run 2) — Killington NBC, Peacock 12:30 p.m.
Men’s DH — Lake Louise Skiandsnowboard.live 2:30 p.m.
Sun., Nov. 27 Women’s SL (Run 2) — Killington NBC, Peacock 12:30 p.m.
Men’s SG — Lake Louise Skiandsnowboard.live 2:15 p.m.
Fri., Dec. 2 Women’s DH — Lake Louise Skiandsnowboard.live 2 p.m.
Sat., Dec. 3 Women’s DH — Lake Louise Skiandsnowboard.live 2:30 p.m.
Men’s DH — Beaver Creek NBC, Peacock 5 p.m.*
Sun., Dec. 4 Women’s SG — Lake Louise Skiandsnowboard.live 1 p.m.
Men’s SG — Beaver Creek NBC, Peacock 5 p.m.*
Sat., Dec. 10 Men’s GS (Run 1) – Val d’Isere Skiandsnowboard.live 3:30 a.m.
Women’s GS (Run 1) – Sestriere Skiandsnowboard.live 4:30 a.m.
Men’s GS (Run 2) — Val d’Isere Skiandsnowboard.live 6:30 a.m.
Women’s GS (Run 2) – Sestriere Skiandsnowboard.live 7:30 a.m.
Sun., Dec. 11 Men’s SL (Run 1) – Val d’Isere Skiandsnowboard.live 3:30 a.m.
Women’s SL (Run 1) – Sestriere Skiandsnowboard.live 4:30 a.m.
Men’s SL (Run 2) — Val d’Isere Skiandsnowboard.live 6:30 a.m.
Women’s SL (Run 2) – Sestiere Skiandsnowboard.live 7:30 a.m.

*Delayed broadcast.

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