The 2022-23 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup season has been underway since early December. After an exciting moguls and dual moguls competition in Idre Fjall, the event heads to Alpe d’Huez, France. There, the Moguls World Cup event will take place from 16-17 December 2022. Here we have the Moguls World Cup live coverage, streaming, preview, and full schedule.
We are just off the exciting moguls and dual moguls event in Idre Fjall, Sweden, from 10-11 December. In that event, the Olympian Nick Page did a magnificent 81.02 points in his last run. He beat the last two Olympic Gold medalists – Canadian Mikaël Kingsbury and Swede Walter Wallberg.
The 20-year-old American, Nick Page, became the first U.S. male moguls skier to win a World Cup event in six years. It also put an end to the 15 consecutive World Cup moguls or dual moguls events won by Kingbury or Japan’s Ikuma Horishima.
The 2022-23 World Cup calendar will feature 37 competitions, spreading across 8 different countries. Among 37 competitions, there will be 6 moguls, 6 dual moguls, 6 aerials, and 1 aerial mixed team event.
The moguls and dual moguls event in Alpe d’Huez from 16-17 December will mark the end of this year. After that, the event will jump over to North America in January.
Players to Watch
Moguls Men: Mikael Kingsbury (Canada), Ikuma Horishima (Japan), Walter Wallberg (Sweden), Nick Page (USA).
Moguls Women: Jakara Anthony (AUS), Perrine Laffont (FRA), Anri Kawamura (JPN).
When Where is Moguls World Cup 2022?
The FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup’s moguls and dual moguls will take place from 16-17 December 2022.
The event will take place at Alpe d’Huez, France. The French resort made its freestyle ski world cup debut last season.
The best ski freestylers from around the world will gather for an exciting Moguls World Cup event. The fans will be up for a treat and an exciting weekend.
Here’s the Moguls World Cup 2022 Full Schedule.
Friday, 16 December: World Cup Individual Finals
[All times in Local (GMT+1)]
|Training||11:30 am – 12:00 pm|
|Men’s and Women’s Finals||12:00 pm – 1:15 pm|
|Prize Giving||1:15 pm|
Saturday, 17 December: World Cup Parallel Finals
|Training and First Round||9:00 am – 11:30 am|
|Final Training||12:30 pm|
|Finals (Direct Elimination)||1:00 pm – 2:00 pm|
|Prize Giving||2:10 pm|
How to Watch Moguls World Cup in 2022
Live streaming will also be available on our Youtube channel – MOGULS & AERIALS. Due to broadcasting rights restrictions, live streaming may not be available in your region.
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