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2022 in sports

2022 in sports describes the year's events in world sports.

Multi-sport eventsEdit

Air sportsEdit

Alpine skiingEdit

World Junior Alpine Skiing Championships 2022Edit

2021–22 FIS Alpine Ski World CupEdit

2021–22 FIS Alpine Ski Europa CupEdit

2021–22 FIS Alpine Ski North American CupEdit

Para EventsEdit

  • August 24 – 30, 2021: PARA #1 in New Zealand Coronet Peak
    • Cancelled
  • September 16 & 17, 2021: PARA #2 in New Zealand Cardrona
    • Cancelled
  • November 19 & 20, 2021: PARA #3 in United Arab Emirates Ski Dubai
    • Cancelled
  • November 24 – 26, 2021: PARA #4 in China Wanlong Ski Resort
    • Men's slalom standing winner: [[Xinjun Chen|China]] Xinjun Chen (2 times)
    • Women's slalom standing winner: China Xiajin Guo (2 times)
    • Men's slalom sitting winners: China Liang Chen (1st) / China Zilu Liang (2nd)
    • Women's slalom sitting winners: China Sitong Liu (1st) / China Wenjing Zhang (2nd)
    • Women's slalom vision impaired winners: China Daqing Zhu / Hanhan Yan (g) (2 times)
    • Gigant slalom winners:
    • Men's super G standing winners: China Yaniung Sun (1st) / China Shaojie Niu (2nd)
    • Men's super G sitting winners: China Liang Chen (1st) / China Zilu Liang (2nd)
    • Women's super G standing winner:China Xiajin Guo (2 times)
    • Women's super G sitting winner: China Wenjing Zhang (2 times)
    • Women's super G vision impaired winners: China Daqing Zhu / Hanhan Yan (g) (2 times)
  • November 24 – 26, 2021: PARA #5 in Canada Panorama
    • Cancelled
  • November 27 & 28, 2021: PARA #6 in Austria Mittersill
    • Men's slalom standing winner: Alexei Bugaev (2 times)
    • Men's slalom sitting winners: China Hailing Yan (1st) / Austria Markus Gfatterhofer (2nd)
    • Men's slalom vision impaired winners: Austria Johannes Aigner / Matteo Fleischmann (g) (2 times)
    • Women's slalom standing winner: China Mengqiu Zhang (1st) / Varvar Voronchikhina (2nd)
    • Women's slalom sitting winner: Germany Anna-Lena Forster (2 times)
    • Women's slalom vision impaired winners: United Kingdom Menna Fitzpatrick / Katie Guest (g) (2 times)
  • December 1 – 5, 2021: PARA #7 in Germany Pitztaler Gletscher / S. Leonhard
    • Cancelled
  • December 7 – 10, 2021: PARA #8 in Austria Steinach am Brenner
    • Cancelled
  • December 13 & 14, 2021: PARA #9 in Austria Steinach am Brenner
    • Men's super G standing winner: China Jingyl Liang (2 times)
    • Men's super G sitting winner: Norway Jesper Pedersen (2 times)
    • Men's super G vission impaired winners: United Kingdom Nell Simpson / Andrew Simpson (g) (2 times)
    • Women's super G standing winner: China Mengqiu Zhang (2 times)
    • Women's super G sitting winners: Japan Momoka Muraoka (1st) / Netherlands Barbara Van Bergen (2nd)
    • Women's super G vission impaired winners: United Kingdom Menna Fitzpatrick / Katie Guest (g) (2 times)
    • Gigant slalom standing winners: China Jingyl Liang (m) / China Mengqiu Zhang (w)
    • Gigant slalom sitting winners: Norway Jesper Pedersen (m) / Japan Momoka Muraoka (w)
    • Gigant slalom vission impaired winners: United Kingdom Nell Simpson / Andrew Simpson (g) (m) / United Kingdom Menna Fitzpatrick / Katie Guest (g) (w)
  • December 17 – 21, 2021: PARA #10 in Switzerland St. Moritz
    • Men's gigant slalom standing winners: Switzerland Ther Gmuer (1st) / France Arthur Bauchet (2 times)
    • Men's gigant slalom sitting winners: Italy Rene' De Silvestro (1st) / Netherlands Jeroen Kampschreur (2 times)
    • Men's gigant slalom vission impaired winners: United Kingdom Nell Simpson / Andrew Simpson (g) (1st) / Austria Johannes Aigner / Matteo Fleischmann (g) (2nd)/ Italy Giacomo Bertagnolli / Andrea Ravelli (g) (3rd)
    • Women's gigant slalom standing winners: Sweden Ebba Aarsjoe (2nd) / Canada Mollie Jepsen (2 times)
    • Women's gigant slalom sitting winners:Germany Anna-Lena Forster (1st) / Japan Momoka Muraoka (2 times)
    • Women's gigant slalom vission impaired winners: United Kingdom Henrieta Farkasova / Michal Cerven (g) (3 times)
    • Men's slalom standing winner: France Arthur Bauchet (2 times)
    • Men's slalom sitting winners: Norway Jesper Pedersen (1st) / Netherlands Jeroen Kampschreur (2nd)
    • Men's slalom vision impaired winners: Austria Johannes Aigner / Matteo Fleischmann (g) (2 times)
    • Women's slalom standing winner: Sweden Ebba Aarsjoe (1st) / France Marie Bochet (2nd)
    • Women's slalom sitting winner: Japan Momoka Muraoka (2 times)
    • Women's slalom vision impaired winners: Austria Barbara Aigner / Kiara Sykora (g) (2 times)
  • January 4 – 6: PARA #11 in United States Winter Park Resort
    • Men's gigant slalom standing winner: United States Tyler McKenzie (2 times)
    • Men's gigant slalom sitting winners: United States David Allen Williams (1st) / New Zealand Aaron Ewen (2nd)
    • Men's gigant slalom vission impaired winners: Republic of Ireland Ronan Griffin / Elle Kate Murphy (g) (2 times)
    • Women's gigant slalom standing winner: United States Saylor O'Brien (2 times)
    • Women's gigant slalom sitting winner: United States Audrey Crowley (2 times)
    • Women's gigant slalom vission impaired winners: United States Danelle Umstead / Rob Umstead (g) (2 times)
    • Men's slalom standing winner: New Zealand Adam Hall (2 times)
    • Men's slalom sitting winner: New Zealand Aaron Ewen (2 times)
    • Men's slalom vision impaired winners: United States Mikhail Simanov / Richard Bolog (g) (1st) / Republic of Ireland Ronan Griffin / Elle Kate Murphy (g) (2nd)
    • Women's slalom standing winner: Australia Rae Anderson (2 times)
    • Women's slalom sitting winner: United States Saylor O'Brien (2 times)
    • Women's slalom vision impaired winners: United States Danelle Umstead / Rob Umstead (g) (2 times)
  • January 11 – 26: PARA #12 in Norway Hafjell
    • Cancelled
  • January 18 – 22: PARA #13 in China Beidahu Ski Resort
    • Cancelled
  • January 27 – 30: PARA #13 in Sweden Are
    • Cancelled
  • January 28 – 30: PARA #14 in France Les Angles
    • Cancelled
  • February 2 – 4: PARA #15 in Japan Sugadaira
    • Men's super G standing winner: Japan Masahiko Tokai (2 times)
    • Men's super G sitting winners: Japan Akira Kano (1st) / Japan Takeshi Suzuki (2nd)
    • Women's super G standing winner: Japan Noriko Kamiyama (2 times)
    • Women's super G sitting winner: Japan Yoshiko Tanaka
    • Men's gigant slalom standing winner: Japan Masahiko Tokai (2 times)
    • Men's gigant slalom sitting winners: Japan Tetzu Fijuwara (1st) / Japan Taiki Morii (2nd)
    • Women's gigant slalom standing winner: Japan Noriko Kamiyama (2 times)
    • Women's gigant slalom sitting winners: Japan Tetzu Fijuwara (1st) / Japan Taiki Morii (2nd)
    • Men's slalom standing winner: Japan Masahiko Tokai
    • Men's slalom sitting winner: Japan Takeshi Suzuki
    • Women's slalom standing winner: Japan Noriko Kamiyama
    • Women's slalom sitting winner: Japan Yoshiko Tanaka
  • February 7 – 13: PARA #16 in Switzerland Veysonnaz
    • Cancelled
  • February 8 – 10: PARA #17 in United States Park City
    • Men's gigant slalom standing winner: United States Patrick Halgren (2 times)
    • Men's gigant slalom sitting winner: United States Matthew Ryan Brewer (2 times)
    • Men's gigant slalom vission impaired winners: United Kingdom Michael Kear / Louise Harrison (g) (2 times)
    • Women's gigant slalom standing winner: Australia Rae Anderson (2 times)
    • Women's gigant slalom sitting winner: United States Saylor O'Brien (2 times)
    • Men's slalom standing winner: United States Andrew Haraghey (2 times)
    • Men's slalom sitting winners: United States Zachary Williams (1st) / United States Kyle Taulman (2nd)
    • Men's slalom vision impaired winners: United Kingdom Michael Kear / Louise Harrison (g) (2 times)
    • Women's slalom standing winners: Australia Rae Anderson (1st) / Canada Tess Breasant (2nd)
    • Women's slalom sitting winner: United States Saylor O'Brien (2 times)
    • Women's slalom vision impaired winners: United States Danelle Umstead / Rob Umstead (g) (2 times)
  • February 10 – 13: PARA #18 in Czech Republic Rokytnice nad Jizerou
    • Cancelled
  • February 22 & 23: PARA #19 in Armenia Tasghkador
    • Cancelled
  • March 7 & 8: PARA #20 in France Peisey-Vallandry
    • Cancelled
  • March 19 & 20: PARA #21 in France Prapoutel
    • Cancelled
  • March 25 & 27: PARA #22 in France Montgenèvre
    • Super G winners:
    • Gigant slalom winners:
    • Slalom winners:
  • March 28 – April 1: PARA #23 in Austria Axams
    • Downhill winners:
    • Super G winners:
    • Gigant slalom winners:
    • Slalom winners:
  • April 2 & 3: PARA #24 in Austria Kuehtai
    • Gigant slalom winners:
    • Slalom winners:
  • April 2 & 3: PARA #25 in Switzerland Lenzerheide
    • Gigant slalom winners:
    • Slalom winners:
  • April 2 – 6: PARA #26 in United States Winter Park Resort
    • Super G winners:
    • Gigant slalom winners:
    • Slalom winners:
  • April 5 – 8: PARA #27 in Japan Nozawa Onsen
    • Gigant slalom winners:
    • Slalom winners:
  • April 8 – 10: PARA #28 in Austria Mellau
    • Gigant slalom winners:
    • Slalom winners:

American footballEdit

2022 IFAF Women's World ChampionshipEdit

National Football LeagueEdit

College Football Playoff and National Championship GameEdit

2021–22 NCAA football bowl gamesEdit

AquaticsEdit

FINAEdit

World ChampionshipsEdit

2022 World Aquatics ChampionshipsEdit
Youth and Junior ChampionshipsEdit
Other discipline championshipsEdit

2022 FINA Diving World SeriesEdit

2022 FINA Artistic Swimming World SeriesEdit

2022 FINA Marathon Swim World SeriesEdit

Non-FINA EventsEdit

2022 Red Bull Cliff DivingEdit

2022 International Swimming LeagueEdit

  • Match 1: ISL #1 in TBD
  • Match 2: ISL #2 in TBD
  • Match 3: ISL #3 in TBD
  • Match 4: ISL #4 in TBD
  • Match 5: ISL #5 in TBD
  • Match 6: ISL #6 in TBD
  • Match 7: ISL #7 in TBD
  • Match 8: ISL #8 in TBD
  • Match 9: ISL #9 in TBD
  • Match 10: ISL #10 in TBD
  • Match 11: ISL #11 in TBD
  • Match 12: ISL #12 in TBD
  • Match 13: ISL #13 in TBD
  • Match 14: ISL #14 in TBD
  • Match 15: ISL #15 in TBD
  • Match 16: ISL #16 (Wildcard) in TBD
  • Match 17: ISL #17 in TBD
  • Match 18: ISL #18 in TBD
  • Match 19: ISL #19 in TBD
  • Match 20: ISL #20 in TBD
  • Match 21: ISL #21 in TBD
  • Match 22: ISL #22 in TBD
  • Match 23: ISL #23 (Wildcard) in TBD
  • Match 24: ISL #24 in TBD

2022 European Aquatics ChampionshipEdit

  • August 11 – 21: in Italy Rome

ArcheryEdit

World and Continental ChampionshipsEdit

2022 Archery World CupEdit

2022 Indoor Archery World SeriesEdit

2022 Asia CupEdit

2021 Summer World University GamesEdit

2022 World GamesEdit

Association footballEdit

FIFAEdit

Club competitions

AFCEdit

Club competitions

CAFEdit

Club competitions

CONCACAFEdit

Club competitions

CONMEBOLEdit

Club competitions

OFCEdit

Club competitions

UEFAEdit

Club competitions

AthleticsEdit

World Athletics SeriesEdit

Areas, Regional and Continental ChampionshipsEdit

2022 World Athletics Label Road RacesEdit

[2]

Elite Platinum
Elite
Label

2022 World Athletics Continental TourEdit

Bronze
Challenger

2022 World Athletics Combined Events TourEdit

[3]

Bronze

2022 World Athletics Indoor TourEdit

[4]

Gold