Final set of medals in the Giant Slalom found their owners On the slopes Rosa Khutor, women completed the competitions in the Giant Slalom, which were the finals within the Paralympic Games in Sochi. In the standing category, France's Marie Bochet won her fourth medal of the Paralympic Games in Sochi. She again had no equals on the track: with a time of 2 minutes 38.84 seconds, she won the Giant Slalom. Germany's Andrea Rothfuss was just 0.86 seconds behind with a time of 2 minutes 39.7 seconds, gaining another silver for her team.France's Solene Jambaque won the bronze medal with a total time of 7.97 seconds behind Bochet.
In the sitting category, the winner was five-time Paralympic Games champion Anna Schaffelhuber of Germany. Her total, winning time was 2 minutes and 21.56 seconds. Thus, Schaffelhuber won all competitions on the Sochi courses in this category. Claudia Loesch of Austria won the silver medal, trailing the leader by 4.65 seconds. The bronze medal went to Anna-Lena Forster of Germany (2:59.33).
Among visually impaired athletes, Henrieta Farkasova of Slovakia took gold in the giant slalom. Showing the best time in both runs (2:48.63), she finished ahead of Alexandra Frantceva of Russia. Frantceva, trailing by 6.28 seconds, won the silver medal, and Jessica Gallagher of Australia won the bronze (3:01.11).