October 1, 2022

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All dates of the 2022/23 Junior World Cup: Canada to New Zealand, via Europe

The Junior World Championship places for the 2022/23 season are officially taking shape. The International Ski Federation has announced that the titles will be awarded in Alino skiing from January 17 to 26 in St. Anton (Aud), Nordic skiing (CAN) in Whistler from January 27 to February 5, and freestyle (moguls and aerials) in Aerolo (SV) from March 20 to 26. , Alpine Skiing (PGS and PSL) in Pansko (grass) from March 24 to 27, Freeski / Fresno (slopestyle and big air) in Wanaka (New Zealand) from August 22 to September 10, Biathlon in Shuchinsk (Kazakhstan) from March 4 to 12 , skeleton in Winterberg (Ger) from January 9 to 13, Bobsleigh on synthetic track in Winterberg (Ger) from January 9 to 15, artificial sledding in Bludenz (Aud) (young and junior) from January 14 and 15, and poi dal from February 26 to March 4 Ski mountaineering in (Spain). Snowboard cross / skicross, tobogganing on natural trails, grass skiing and roller skis are reserved.

But here’s the summary:

Alpine Skiing – St. Anton (Aut) – 17th to 26th January 2023

Nordic Skiing (Cross-Country Skiing + Jumping + Nordic Combined) – Whistler (CAN) – January 27 to February 5, 2023

Freestyle (Moguls + Aerials) – Aerolo (SV) – 20 to 26 March 2023

Snowboard (Parallel Giant + Parallel Slalom) – Bansko (Pull) – 24 to 27 March 2023

Freeski / Fresno (Slopestyle + Big Air) – Wanaka (Nzl) – August 22 to September 10, 2023

Biathlon (Youth + Junior) – Shuchinsk (Kaz) – 4 to 12 March 2023

Skeleton – Winterberg (Ger) – 9 to 13 January 2023

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Bob on Artificial Track – Winterberg (Ger) – 9 to 15 January 2023

Artificial Slope Sledding (Junior + Youth A) – Bluedens (Ad) – 14th to 15th January 2023

Ski mountaineering – Poi Dal (Spa) – February 26 to March 4, 2023