The penultimate World Cup of the season will take place between 3-6 February in St. Moritz, Switzerland before the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals are staged in Tarvisio, Italy, from 24-27 February. World rankings are available at http://www.paralympic.org/alpine-skiing/rankings. Slovakia's Miroslav Haraus, guided by Maros Hudik, (2:07.57), was third fastest after the super-G run, but posted a sensational slalom run (38.24) to win's the men's visually impaired race. Russia's Valerii Redozkubov, guided by Evgeny Geroev, (2:08.31) finished second but still saw his World Cup lead reduced to just 20 points. In third place was Italy's Alessandro Daldoss and guide Luca Negrini (2:11.57). Daily highlights videos from Tignes can be found at http://www.paralympicSport.TV and pictures are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/paralympic/ or search #Tignes.