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2023 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Overall

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2023 Men's Overall World Cup
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The Men's Overall World Cup 2022–23 is currently scheduled to consist of 39 events in 4 disciplines: downhill (DH) (11 races), Super-G (SG) (8 races), giant slalom (GS) (10 races), and slalom (SL) (10 races). The fifth and sixth disciplines, parallel (PAR). and Alpine combined (AC), have had all events in the 2022–23 season cancelled, either due to the schedule disruption cased by the COVID-19 pandemic (AC) or due to bad weather (PAR).

The season is scheduled to be interrupted by the 2023 World Ski Championships in the linked resorts of Courchevel and Méribel, France, which are located in Les Trois Vallées, from 6–19 February 2023.

From the very first race of the season, defending champion Marco Odermatt of Switzerland seized the lead in the standings due to his abilities in all disciplines except for slalom. After the first fifteen races, he had built a lead of over 300 points over speed specialist Aleksander Aamodt Kilde of Norway. However, after Odermatt was injured during a downhill at Kitzbühel on 20 January and had to miss the following few races, Kilde was able to draw within 200 points by 25 January.[1] However, Odermatt won the next two races to push his lead back over 300 points.[2]

The last events of the season are scheduled to place at the World Cup finals, Wednesday, 15 March 2023 through Sunday, 19 March 2023 in Soldeu, Andorra. Only the top 25 in each specific discipline for the season and the winner of the Junior World Championship in each discipline are eligible to compete in the finals, with the exception that any skier who has scored at least 500 points in the overall classification is eligible to participate in any discipline, regardless of his standing in that discipline for the season.

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2022–23 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

2022–23 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

The International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup is the premier circuit for alpine skiing competition. The inaugural season launched in January 1967, and the 2022–23 season marks the 57th consecutive year for the FIS World Cup.

Marco Odermatt

Marco Odermatt

Marco Odermatt is a Swiss World Cup alpine ski racer who races in giant slalom and the speed disciplines. Odermatt competed for Switzerland at two Junior World Championships and two World Championships.

Switzerland

Switzerland

Switzerland, officially the Swiss Confederation, is a landlocked country located at the confluence of Western, Central and Southern Europe. It is bordered by Italy to the south, France to the west, Germany to the north and Austria and Liechtenstein to the east.

Aleksander Aamodt Kilde

Aleksander Aamodt Kilde

Aleksander Aamodt Kilde is a Norwegian World Cup alpine ski racer. He competes in four events, with a main focus on super-G and downhill. Kilde hails from Bærum and represents the sports club Lommedalens IL.

Norway

Norway

Norway, officially the Kingdom of Norway, is a Nordic country in Northern Europe, the mainland territory of which comprises the western and northernmost portion of the Scandinavian Peninsula. The remote Arctic island of Jan Mayen and the archipelago of Svalbard also form part of Norway. Bouvet Island, located in the Subantarctic, is a dependency of Norway; it also lays claims to the Antarctic territories of Peter I Island and Queen Maud Land. The capital and largest city in Norway is Oslo.

Standings

# Skier DH
8 races
SG
6 races
GS
6 races
SL
7 races
Tot.
1  Switzerland  Marco Odermatt 386 540 460 0 1,386
2 Norway Aleksander Aamodt Kilde 620 392 61 0 1,073
3 Norway Henrik Kristoffersen 0 0 390 389 779
4 Austria Vincent Kriechmayr 464 299 4 0 767
5  Switzerland  Loïc Meillard 0 89 296 307 692
6 Norway Lucas Braathen 0 36 205 430 671
7 France Alexis Pinturault 0 205 201 129 535
8 Austria Marco Schwarz 40 71 224 159 494
9 Austria Manuel Feller 0 0 165 291 456
10 Canada James Crawford 226 106 6 0 338
11 Austria Daniel Hemetsberger 178 157 0 0 335
12  Switzerland  Daniel Yule 0 0 0 334 334
13 Italy Mattia Casse 233 99 0 0 332
14 Slovenia Zan Kranjec 0 0 330 0 330
15 Norway Atle Lie McGrath 0 45 104 165 314
16 France Johan Clarey 276 31 0 0 307
17  Switzerland  Gino Caviezel 0 123 165 0 288
18  Switzerland  Stefan Rogentin 112 173 0 0 285
19 Austria Matthias Mayer 182 86 0 0 268
20 Italy Dominik Paris 129 138 0 0 267
21 Germany Linus Straßer 0 0 0 240 240
22 France Clément Noël 0 0 0 232 232
23  Switzerland  Niels Hintermann 201 27 0 0 228
24  Switzerland  Ramon Zenhäusern 0 0 0 227 227
25  Switzerland  Beat Feuz 179 42 0 0 221
26  Switzerland  Justin Murisier 71 118 29 0 218
27 United States Ryan Cochran-Siegle 145 70 0 0 215
28 Germany Andreas Sander 67 145 0 0 212
29 France Nils Allegre 80 113 0 0 193
30 Germany Romed Baumann 140 46 0 0 186
31 Norway Adrian Smiseth Sejersted 125 58 0 0 183
32 Austria Raphael Haaser 0 112 69 0 181
33 United States Travis Ganong 164 14 0 0 178
Germany Alexander Schmid 0 0 178 0 178
35 Croatia Filip Zubcic 0 0 126 47 173
36 Norway Alexander Steen Olsen 0 0 62 110 172
37 Italy Florian Schieder 157 14 0 0 171
38 United Kingdom Dave Ryding 0 0 0 166 166
39 Austria Otmar Striedinger 148 11 0 0 159
40 France Cyprien Sarrazin 82 61 6 0 149
41 Italy Tommaso Sala 0 0 0 143 143
42 Austria Fabio Gstrein 0 0 0 138 138
43 Sweden Kristoffer Jakobsen 0 0 0 133 133
44 Canada Erik Read 0 0 59 68 127
45 Germany Josef Ferstl 101 24 0 0 125
46 Austria Stefan Babinsky 9 115 0 0 124
47 France Adrien Theaux 117 6 0 0 123
48 Austria Stefan Brennsteiner 0 0 115 0 115
49 Norway Timon Haugan 0 0 0 111 111
50 Switzerland Gilles Roulin 79 29 0 0 108
51 Canada Brodie Seger 45 59 0 0 104
52 United States Jared Goldberg 98 2 0 0 100
Bulgaria Albert Popov 0 0 0 100 100
54 France Matthieu Bailet 54 45 0 0 99
Italy Christof Innerhofer 54 45 0 0 99
56  Canada Jeffrey Read 16 79 0 0 95
Italy Matteo Marsaglia 53 42 0 0 95
58 Austria Adrian Pertl 0 0 0 94 94
59 Norway Rasmus Windingstad 0 0 89 0 89
60  Switzerland  Alexis Monney 78 10 0 0 88
61 Italy Stefano Gross 0 0 0 86 86
 Switzerland  Marc Rochat 0 0 0 86 86
63 Canada Cameron Alexander 74 11 0 0 85
64 United States River Radamus 0 19 65 0 84
65 Italy Filippo Della Vite 80 0 0 0 80
  •   Leader
  •   2nd place
  •   3rd place
  • Updated at 29 January 2023, after 27 events[3]

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2023 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Downhill

2023 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Downhill

The Men's Downhill World Cup 2022/2023 is currently scheduled to consist of eleven events, including the final. The season had been planned with fourteen downhills, but two scheduled downhills on 29/30 October 2022 on the Matterhorn, running from Switzerland into Italy, were cancelled due to lack of snow and not rescheduled. Later in the season, a downhill scheduled for Garmisch-Partenkirchen on 28 January 2023 was also cancelled for lack of snow and not rescheduled.

2023 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Super-G

2023 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Super-G

The Men's Super-G World Cup 2022/2023 is scheduled to consist of eight events, including the final. The season was originally planned with eight races, but two were cancelled early in the season and were not planned to be rescheduled. However, when two races planned at Garmisch-Partenkirchen on 28-29 January 2023 were cancelled due to a lack of snow, the two previously-cancelled Super-G races were rescheduled on those dates at Cortina d'Ampezzo, restoring the original Super-G schedule plan.

2023 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Giant Slalom

2023 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Giant Slalom

The Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 2022/2023 is scheduled to consist of ten events including the final. Marco Odermatt of Switzerland has opened over a 100-point lead in the discipline by winning four of the first five races and finishing third in the other.

2023 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Slalom

2023 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Slalom

The Men's SlalomWorld Cup 2022/2023 is scheduled to consist of ten events, including the final. Through six races, Lucas Braathen of Norway holds a narrow lead over countryman and defending champion Henrik Kristoffersen and Swiss ace Daniel Yule, with each having won twice. In the seventh race, Braathen widened his lead by being the only member of that trio to reach the podium.

Marco Odermatt

Marco Odermatt

Marco Odermatt is a Swiss World Cup alpine ski racer who races in giant slalom and the speed disciplines. Odermatt competed for Switzerland at two Junior World Championships and two World Championships.

Aleksander Aamodt Kilde

Aleksander Aamodt Kilde

Aleksander Aamodt Kilde is a Norwegian World Cup alpine ski racer. He competes in four events, with a main focus on super-G and downhill. Kilde hails from Bærum and represents the sports club Lommedalens IL.

Henrik Kristoffersen

Henrik Kristoffersen

Henrik Kristoffersen is a Norwegian World Cup alpine ski racer, World Champion, and Olympic medalist. He specializes in the technical events of slalom and giant slalom.

Austria

Austria

Austria, formally the Republic of Austria, is a country in the southern part of Central Europe, lying in the Eastern Alps. It is a federation of nine states, one of which is the capital, Vienna, the most populous city and state. A landlocked country, Austria is bordered by Germany to the northwest, the Czech Republic to the north, Slovakia to the northeast, Hungary to the east, Slovenia and Italy to the south, and Switzerland and Liechtenstein to the west. The country occupies an area of 83,871 km2 (32,383 sq mi) and has a population of 9 million.

Loïc Meillard

Loïc Meillard

Loïc Meillard is a Swiss World Cup alpine ski racer and specializes in the technical events of slalom and giant slalom.

Lucas Braathen

Lucas Braathen

Lucas Pinheiro Braathen is a Norwegian World Cup alpine ski racer from Hokksund and represents the sports club Bærums SK.

France

France

France, officially the French Republic, is a country primarily located in Western Europe. It also includes overseas regions and territories in the Americas and the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans, giving it one of the largest discontiguous exclusive economic zones in the world. Its metropolitan area extends from the Rhine to the Atlantic Ocean and from the Mediterranean Sea to the English Channel and the North Sea; overseas territories include French Guiana in South America, Saint Pierre and Miquelon in the North Atlantic, the French West Indies, and many islands in Oceania and the Indian Ocean. Its eighteen integral regions span a combined area of 643,801 km2 (248,573 sq mi) and contain over 68 million people.

Alexis Pinturault

Alexis Pinturault

Alexis Pinturault is a French World Cup alpine ski racer and Olympic medalist.

Source: "2023 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Overall", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 29th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2023_Alpine_Skiing_World_Cup_–_Men's_Overall.

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References
  1. ^ AFP (25 January 2023). "Olympic Champion Odermatt Out Of Schladming Giant Slalom". Boston.com. Retrieved 25 January 2023.
  2. ^ Associated Press (29 January 2023). "Swiss skier Odermatt wins super-G for 2nd win in 2 days". AP News. Retrieved 29 January 2023.
  3. ^ "Official FIS men's season standings". FIS. Retrieved 29 January 2023.
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