The top ski nationality in the world will be determined on Tuesday (February 14) after the mixed team parallel competition at the 2023 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships.
Sixteen teams will race in a knockout format with four skiers (from a team of six) – two men and two women – will face four skiers from another country in a parallel slalom.
Two competitors will ski at the same time, side by side, on two identical tracks in a one-on-one race, with each winner earning a point for the team. If the score is 2-2, the team with the best combined time wins.
Nations Team Event: Favorite Medals
The event has been played in eight of the last nine world championships (the 2009 edition was canceled due to bad weather) and has been on the Olympic program since PyeongChang 2018.
At the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. Austria defeat Germany clamp gold, z Norway winning bronze after defeating the USA.
Austria has been the most successful (three gold, three silver medals) at the World Championships, and below is the full list of countries that have won medals since 2005.
Day 9 of the 2023 FIS Alpine Ski World Championships: Schedule Tuesday 14th February
Mixed Team Parallel Event:
- Mixed Team Parallel Event: From 12:15 p.m. CET (6:15 a.m. EST) in Meribel
The start list of participants can be found here Here.
Individual parallel qualifications:
- Individual Parallel Qualification: From 17:30 CET (11:00 EST) at “Stade Emile Allais” in Courchevel
There will be one run: the eight fastest skiers on the blue track and the eight fastest on the red track will qualify for Wednesday’s final.
How to watch the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2023
The event will be available for TV and live streams in various regions, and you can check out the full list of broadcasters here.
You can also check the live scores on the website FIS website and read the latest articles about alpine skiing at Olympics.com.