Paul Frommelt of Liechtenstein won the men's parallel and Vreni Schneider of Switzerland won the women's parallel in Bromont, Quebec, the final World Cup ski races.

Frommelt finished ahead of Marco Tonazzi of Italy, who fell in the final. Marc Girardelli of Luxembourg, who already had clinched the overall World Cup championship for the second consecutive season, finished third.

Schneider, 21, the women's giant slalom champion, won the parallel after triple-champion Maria Walliser of Switzerland fell in the final heat. Corinne Schmidhauser of Switzerland was third in the parallel. Walliser is the women's champion in the downhill, combined and overall . . .

In Planica, Yugoslavia, Ernst Vettori of Austria won the season's last ski jumping competition, but Matti Nykaenen of Finland was the overall winner of the World Ski Jumpers' Cup by virtue of his victory Saturday.

Vettori lost any chance of a Cup victory when he finished 19th on the 70-meter hill Saturday. In the overall standings, he finished second, Andreas Felder of Austria third. Nykaenen also won the trophy in 1983 and 1985.

In yesterday's season-ender from the 90-meter ramp, Vettori had jumps of 127.5 and 126 meters for 242.3 points . . .

A Soviet figure skating judge who gave high marks to a Soviet skater faulted by other judges at the 1986 World Championship in Geneva has been suspended for two years from international competition by Soviet skating officials. Tatiana Danilenko gave marks of 5.9 and 5.8 to Alexander Fadeev in the men's free skating competition Thursday night. Fadeev fell twice and got marks ranging from 5.4 to 5.6 from the other judges.