Calendar Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2021-2022


Sölden. Opening Race at the Rettenbach Glacier

The calendar for the season 2021-2022 was presented by the FIS Council on 2nd June with a fully balanced programme.

For the first time in a while, both genders will have 18 speed and 18 “tech” races with two Parallel events: Lech/Zürs (AUT) - confirmed after a successful race in 2020 - and a second Parallel race at the finals in Courchével-Meribel (FRA). There will be no Alpine Combined events, except for the one scheduled at the Beijing Olympics.

Both calendars welcome back the North American races to the program, while most other venues are confirmed. Levi will again play host to two women’s slalom races and

towards the end of the season, the women will be heading to Lenzerheide with a Super-G and a Giant Slalom scheduled in the Swiss venue.


For the men, Wengen (SUI) and Kitzbühel (AUT) will host identical programs, with two Downhill and one Slalom on the menu. Garmisch-Partenkirchen will welcome the World Cup tour after the Beijing Winter Olympic Games at the end of February, this time staging two slaloms. Finally, before heading to Meribel-Courchevel for the World Cup Finals, giant slalom specialists will stop in Kranjska Gora (SLO) for a double giant slalom race.


The highlight of the season will be the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games. The event is scheduled to take place from 4 to 20 February 2022, in Beijing and towns in the neighboring Hebei province, China. The Alpine Skiing events will be held at The Xiaohaituo Alpine Skiing Field in the Yanqing District.



This is the calendar for the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2021-2022

Sölden (AUT) October 23rd Giant Slalom / Women

October 24th Giant Slalom / Men


Lech-Zürs (AUT) November 13th Parallel / Women November 14th Parallel / Men

Levi (FIN) November 20th Slalom / Women November 21st Slalom / Women

Lake Louise (CAN) November 26th Downhill / Men

November 27th Downhill / Men November 28th Super-G / Men


Killington (USA) November 27th Giant Slalom / Women November 28th Slalom / Women

Lake Louise (CAN) December 3rd Downhill / Women December 4th Downhill / Women December 5th Super-G / Women

Beaver Creek (USA) December 3rd Super-G / Men

December 4th Downhill / Men December 5th Super-G / Men