Live results launched for snow sports

Results from all World Cups will be available at the respective sport websites. 13 Dec 2016
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Live results available for Para alpine skiing, Para snowboard and Para Nordic skiing World Cups

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Live results will be available for the first time at Para alpine skiing, Para Nordic skiing and Para snowboard World Cups.

Live results and a list of all World Cups for 2016-17 are available on each of the sport's websites:

World Para Alpine Skiing:

World Para Snowboard:

World Para Nordic Skiing:

The first alpine skiing World Cup to benefit will be the season opening edition in Kuhtai, Austria, from 15-17 December. It will be followed by editions in St. Moritz, Switzerland; Innerkrems, Austria; Kranjska Gora, Slovenia; Hakuba, Japan; and the World Cup Finals which will act as the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games Test Event.

This season, French alpine skier Marie Bochet will try to retain the four women’s standing globes she won in 2015-16.

The remaining competition days at the Para Nordic skiing World Cup in Vuokatti, Finland, running until 16 December will feature live results.

So far in Vuokatti, German skiers such as Anja Wicker, Martin Fleig and Clara Klug have reached the podium as they prepare for their home World Championships in Finsterau.

Western Center, Ukraine; the PyeongChang 2018 Test Event; and Sapporo, Japan, are also on this season’s biathlon and cross-country skiing calendar.

The second World Cup of 2016-17 in La Molina, Spain, from 16-21 January will be the first Para snowboard competition to benefit. The PyeongChang 2018 Test Event will conclude the World Cup in March.

Dutch riders Bibian Mentel-Spee and Chris Vos will try to continue their winning form in the women’s SB-LL2 and men’s SB-LL1 respectively.

All three sports will have live results from each day of their respective World Championships as normal, giving fans and the media the chance to follow key athletes in the last major event ahead of PyeongChang 2018 in real time.

The first of these is the World Para Alpine Skiing Championships in Tarvisio, Italy, from 22-31 January.

The World Para Snowboard Championships then get underway in Big White, Canada, from 1-8 February before the World Para Nordic Skiing Championships in Finsterau, Germany, from 10-19 February.

Media accreditation is open for all three Championships at, and