Switzerland’s Thomas Pfyl finished second in the men’s standing race, 254 points behind Bagaev who amassed 820 total points. Russia’s Alexander Alyabyev finished third with 462 points, France’s Romain Riboud finished fourth with 382 points, Russia’s Alexander Vetrov finished fifth with 332 points, Austria’s Markus Salcher finished sixth with 282 points, Austria’s Martin Wuerz finished seventh with 280 points and France’s Credric Amafroi-Broisat finished eighth with 278 points.
Bochet beat second place German Andrea Rothfuss by 270 points. Russia’s Inga Medvedeva finished in third with 530 points. Russia’s Mariia Papulova finished fourth with 440 points. The United States’s Stephanie Jallen finished fifth with 260 points. The Netherland’s Anna Jochemsen finished sixth with 180 points, and Slovakia’s Petra Smarzova finished seventh with 60 points.
In the sit ski race, Japan’s Takeshi Suzuki ( 鈴木猛史 ) claimed first in the men’s World Cup while Germany’s Anna Schaffelhuber claimed first on the women’s side. Rounding out the men’s sitting competition, Croatia’s Dino Sokolovic was second, Austria’s Roman Rabl was third, France’s Frederic Francois was fourth, Germany’s Georg Kreier was fifth, Japan’s Taiki Morii was sixth, France’s Jean Yves Le Meur was seventh, and Austria’s Dietmar Dorn was eighth. On the women’s side, Austria’s Claudia Loesch was second, the United States’s Laurie Stephens was third, Germany’s Anna-Lena Forster was fourth and Canada’s Kimberly Joines was fifth.
The next major event on the IPC alpine skiing calendar is the world championships, which get underway in a little over two weeks in Panorama, British Colombia, Canada.