It’s over. The International Ski Federation (FIS) has released the Alpine Ski World Cup calendar for the 2022/23 season. There are 40 races for women and 42 races for men. The highlight of the upcoming season will be the World Championships from February 6 to 19, 2023 at the French resorts of Corsewell and Meribel. According to tradition, the World Cup will begin in the fall in Solton, Austria on October 22 and 23, 2022 with two heroes (women and men). Will be given, and the finish of Cervinia in Italy will be determined. They are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, October 29 and 30 for men, and then November 5 and 6 for women. Also new: The United States will host the four stages of the World Cup, the highest number since the 1996-97 season. After the World Championships in France, the men’s round will move to Polynesia, Tahoe, California and Aspen, Colorado. Both stops will be added to traditional fall events in Killington, Vermont (women) and Beaver Creek, Colorado (men). The last Alpine Skiing World Cup races took place in 2017 in Palisades Tahoe and Aspen. For the first time in 20 years, the Women’s World Cup will be held in Kviffjell, Norway again with speed races completing the Scandinavian tour. Finally, the World Cup finals will take place from March 13 to 19, 2023 in Soldeau, Andorra.