Switzerland's 2019 World Parallel Slalom Champion Julie Zogg (Photo: Christian Jansky via Wikimedia Commons)

Just three races left in the Snowboard World Cup: a Parallel Slalom for men and women and a Team Parallel Slalom this weekend in Winterberg (GER).

Although the Parallel Slalom is not as popular as the Parallel Giant Slalom, there are still season titles on the line. The current standings:

Men:
1. 1,810 Andrey Sobolev (RUS)
2. 1,780 Dario Caviezel (SUI)
3. 1,310 Dmitry Loginov (RUS) ~ 2019 World Champion
4. 1,220 Stefan Baumeister (GER) ~ 2019 World Championships bronze medalist
5. 1,160 Daniele Bagozza (ITA)

Women:
1. 2,020 Julie Zogg (SUI) ~ 2019 World Champion
2. 1,800 Sabine Schoeffmann (AUT)
3. 1,400 Selina Joerg (GER)
4. 1,316 Claudia Riegler (AUT)
5. 1,180 Patrizia Kummer (SUI)

The three races held so far have been won by Baumeister, Sobolev and Bagozza among the men, and Riegler, Zogg and China’s Naiying Gong.

The individual races will be held Saturday and the team event on Sunday. Look for results here.