Changes made to PyeongChang World Cup programme

The super combined has been cancelled due to adverse weather, and will be replaced by two super-G races. 13 Mar 2017
A skier competes in downhill

France's Marie Bochet can extend her winning World Cup run in Kranjska Gora

ⒸAndrea Carloni

Changes have been made to the schedule at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals and PyeongChang 2018 Test Event due to adverse weather conditions.

The super combined set to take place on Tuesday (14 March) at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre has been cancelled.

It will be replaced by one of two super-G races, brought forward from Wednesday (15 March). The globes in the discipline will now be decided on Wednesday when the second super-G takes place.

The giant slalom and slalom will still be contested on 17 and 18 March respectively as skiers go for coveted crystal globes on the slopes of next year’s Paralympic Winter Games.

Live results will be available at World Para Alpine Skiing’s website, and pictures from PyeongChang 2018.

Revised schedule

Tuesday (14 March) – super-G

Wednesday (15 March) – super-G

Friday (17 March) – giant slalom

Saturday (18 March) - slalom

Downhill globes were awarded on Sunday (12 March) as athletes also grabbed points towards overall titles in the men’s and women’s sitting, standing and visually impaired.

Current World Cup rankings are available at World Para Alpine Skiing’s website.