World Junior Alpine Skiing Championships

Sport Alpine Skiing
Competition Category World Championships
Years 1982—2024
Editions 43
Competitors 771
Countries 28

Before 1982 only European Junior Alpine Skiing Championships have been held.

Editions

Year Host City Country Held Events Competitors Countries
1982 Auron FRA 4 – 7 March 1982 8 19 8
1983 Sestriere ITA 3 – 5 March 1983 8 16 9
1984 Sugarloaf, Maine USA 1 – 3 March 1984 8 19 9
1985 Jasná TCH 28 February – 3 March 1985 8 16 5
1986 Bad Kleinkirchheim AUT 20 – 23 February 1986 8 16 7
1987 Hemsedal/Sälen MIX 20 – 26 March 1987 8 16 7
1988 Madonna di Campiglio ITA 27 – 31 January 1988 10 22 11
1989 Aleyska, Alaska USA 5 – 8 April 1989 10 22 9
1990 Zinal SUI 21 – 25 March 1990 10 17 10
1991 Geilo/Hemsedal NOR 8 – 14 April 1991 10 22 8
1992 Maribor SLO 25 February – 1 March 1992 10 22 12
1993 Monte Campione/Colere ITA 2 – 7 March 1993 9 17 8
1994 Lake Placid USA 7 March 1994 – 14 March 1997 10 21 9
1995 Voss NOR 16 – 21 March 1995 8 20 8
1996 Hoch-Ybrig SUI 27 February – 3 March 1996 10 20 9
1997 Schladming AUT 26 February – 1 March 1997 10 23 11
1998 Megève/Chamonix/Saint-Gervais FRA 26 February – 1 March 1998 10 21 10
1999 Pra Loup/La Sauze FRA 9 – 14 March 1999 10 22 8
2000 Québec CAN 21 – 26 February 2000 10 21 10
2001 Verbier SUI 5 – 11 February 2001 10 25 8
2002 Tarvisio/Sella Nevea/Ravascletto ITA 27 February – 3 March 2002 9 19 9
2003 Briançonnais FRA 4 – 8 March 2003 10 19 10
2004 Maribor SLO 10 – 15 February 2004 10 21 11
2005 Bardonecchia ITA 23 – 27 February 2005 10 23 10
2006 Québec CAN 2 – 7 March 2006 10 23 13
2007 Altenmarkt-Zauchensee AUT 6 – 11 March 2007 10 16 7
2008 Formigal ESP 22 February – 1 March 2008 10 23 10
2009 Garmisch-Partenkirchen GER 28 February – 8 March 2009 10 25 9
2010 Mont Blanc FRA 31 January – 5 February 2010 10 23 11
2011 Crans-Montana SUI 30 January – 5 February 2011 10 22 9
2012 Roccaraso ITA 1 – 9 March 2012 10 29 11
2013 Québec CAN 21 – 26 February 2013 11 36 9
2014 Jasná SVK 26 February – 5 March 2014 11 30 7
2015 Hafjell NOR 7 – 13 March 2015 11 31 9
2016 Sochi RUS 25 February – 5 March 2016 11 36 12
2017 Åre SWE 6 – 14 March 2017 11 35 11
2018 Davos SUI 30 January – 8 February 2018 11 26 11
2019 Fassatal ITA 18 – 27 February 2019 11 36 11
2020 Narvik NOR 5 – 11 March 2020 6 13 8
2021 Bansko BUL 3 – 10 March 2021 6 16 7
2022 Panorama CAN 3 – 9 March 2022 11 28 10
2023 St Anton am Arlberg AUT 19 – 25 January 2023 11 35 10
2024 Haute-Savoie FRA 30 January – 3 February 2024 11 36 12

Medal table

Pos Country 🥇 Gold 🥈 Silver 🥉 Bronze Total
1 Austria AUT 106 115 102 323
2 Switzerland SUI 66 68 49 183
3 Italy ITA 48 44 43 135
4 United States USA 32 25 23 80
5 Norway NOR 31 35 33 99
6 France FRA 27 20 36 83
7 Sweden SWE 27 20 16 63
8 Germany GER 26 34 26 86
9 Slovenia SLO 16 13 18 47
10 Canada CAN 12 11 16 39
11 Yugoslavia YUG 7 7 8 22
12 Soviet Union URS 3 2 4 9
13 Finland FIN 2 5 10 17
14 Liechtenstein LIE 2 4 1 7
15 Croatia CRO 2 3 6 11
16 Czechoslovakia TCH 2 3 3 8
17 Czech Republic CZE 2 1 4 7
18 Slovakia SVK 2 0 1 3
19 Japan JPN 1 2 2 5
20 Albania ALB 1 0 2 3
21 Bulgaria BUL 1 0 1 2
= New Zealand NZL 1 0 1 2
23 Latvia LAT 1 0 0 1
24 Russia RUS 0 4 4 8
25 Spain ESP 0 2 1 3
26 Great Britain GBR 0 1 0 1
27 Belgium BEL 0 0 3 3
28 Chile CHI 0 0 1 1