1983–84 FIS Cross-Country World Cup

The 1983–84 FIS Cross-Country World Cup was the 3rd official World Cup season in cross-country skiing for men and ladies. The World Cup started in Reit im Winkl, West Germany from 9 December 1983 and finished in Murmansk, Soviet Union 25 March 1984. Gunde Svan of Sweden won the combined men's cup and Marja-Liisa Hämäläinen of Finland won the women's.

1983–84 FIS Cross-Country World Cup
Discipline Men Women
Overall Sweden Gunde Svan Finland Marja-Liisa Hämälainen (2nd title)
Nations Cup Norway Norway Norway Norway
Nations Cup Overall Norway Norway
Competition
Locations 8 venues 8 venues
Individual 10 events 10 events
Relay/Team 4 events 4 events

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

No. Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Ref.
1 10 December 1983   Reit im Winkl 15 km   Nikolay Zimyatov   Harri Kirvesniemi   Jochen Behle [1]
2 16 December 1983   Ramsau 30 km   Gunde Svan   Ove Aunli   Jan Ottosson [2]
1984 Winter Olympics
3 10 February 1984   Sarajevo 30 km *   Nikolay Zimyatov   Alexander Zavyalov   Gunde Svan [3]
4 13 February 1984 15 km *   Gunde Svan   Aki Karvonen   Harri Kirvesniemi [4]
5 19 February 1984 50 km *   Thomas Wassberg   Gunde Svan   Aki Karvonen [5]
6 25 February 1984   Falun 30 km   Gunde Svan   Thomas Wassberg   Jan Lindvall [6]
7 2 March 1984   Lahti 15 km   Lars Erik Eriksen   Thomas Wassberg   Gunde Svan [7]
8 10 March 1984   Oslo 50 km   Tor Håkon Holte   Vladimir Sakhnov   Gunde Svan [8]
9 17 March 1984   Fairbanks 15 km   Gunde Svan   Andi Grünenfelder   Oddvar Brå [9]
10 24 March 1984   Murmansk 15 km   Mikhail Devyatyarov   Vladimir Smirnov   Andrey Astachkin [10]

WomenEdit

No. Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Ref.
1 9 December 1983   Reit im Winkl 5 km   Květa Jeriová   Anna Pasiarová   Tamara Markaschanskaya [11]
2 17 December 1983   Autrans 10 km   Marja-Liisa Hämäläinen   Anna Pasiarová   Anne Jahren [12]
1984 Winter Olympics
3 9 February 1984   Sarajevo 10 km *   Marja-Liisa Hämäläinen   Raisa Smetanina   Brit Pettersen [13]
4 12 February 1984 5 km *   Marja-Liisa Hämäläinen   Berit Aunli   Květa Jeriová [14]
5 18 February 1984 20 km *   Marja-Liisa Hämäläinen   Raisa Smetanina   Anne Jahren [15]
6 25 February 1984   Falun 10 km   Raisa Smetanina   Marie Risby   Marja-Liisa Hämäläinen [16]
7 3 March 1984   Lahti 5 km   Berit Aunli   Raisa Smetanina   Marie Risby [17]
8 8 March 1984   Oslo 20 km   Anette Bøe   Marja-Liisa Hämäläinen   Raisa Smetanina [18]
9 17 March 1984   Štrbské Pleso 5 km   Květa Jeriová   Anette Bøe   Inger Helene Nybråten [19]
10 24 March 1984   Murmansk 10 km   Inger Helene Nybråten   Raisa Smetanina   Anne Jahren [20]

Men's team eventsEdit

Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Ref.
17 December 1983   Ramsau Relay 4x10 km   Finland

Kari Ristanen
Kari Väänänen
Harri Kirvesniemi
Kari Härkönen

  Norway II

Lars Erik Eriksen
Per Knut Aaland
Leiv-Bjørn Walle
Karl-Kristen Aketun

  Sweden

Erik Östlund
Benny Kohlberg
Torgny Mogren
Thomas Eriksson

[1]
16 February 1984   Sarajevo Relay 4x10 km *   Sweden

Thomas Wassberg
Benny Kohlberg
Jan Ottosson
Gunde Svan

  Soviet Union

Oleksandr Batyuk
Alexander Zavyalov
Vladimir Nikitin
Nikolay Zimyatov

  Finland

Kari Ristanen
Juha Mieto
Harri Kirvesniemi
Aki Karvonen

[21]
26 February 1984   Falun Relay 4x10 km   Sweden

Erik Östlund
Thomas Wassberg
Jan Ottosson
Gunde Svan

  Finland

Aki Karvonen
Kari Ristanen
Kari Härkönen
Juha Mieto

  Norway I

Tor Håkon Holte
Geir Holte
Vegard Ulvang
Hans Erik Tofte

[2]
18 March 1984   Fairbanks Relay 3x10 km   Sweden

Thomas Wassberg
Jan Ottosson
Gunde Svan

  Norway I

Tor Håkon Holte
Geir Holte
Oddvar Brå

  Switzerland

Konrad Hallenbarter
Giachem Guidon
Andy Grünenfelder

[3]

Women's team eventsEdit

Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Ref.
18 December 1983   Autrans Relay 3x5 km   Czechoslovakia I

Anna Pasiarová
Květoslava Jeriová
Blanka Paulů

  Norway

Berit Aunli
Anne Jahren
Brit Pettersen

  East Germany

Petra Sölter
Carola Anding
Ute Noack

[4]
15 February 1984   Sarajevo Relay 4x5 km *   Norway

Inger Helene Nybråten
Anne Jahren
Brit Pettersen
Berit Aunli

  Czechoslovakia

Dagmar Švubová
Blanka Paulu
Gabriela Svobodová
Květa Jeriová

  Finland

Pirkko Määttä
Eija Hyytiäinen
Marjo Matikainen
Marja-Liisa Hämäläinen

[22]
26 February 1984   Falun Relay 4x5 km   Norway

Anette Bøe
Inger Helene Nybråten
Anne Jahren
Brit Pettersen

  Finland

Pirkko Määttä
Eija Hyytiäinen
Jaana Savolainen
Marja-Liisa Hämäläinen

  Soviet Union

Tamara Markaschanskaya
Lyubov Zimyatova
Nadesha Burlakova
Raisa Smetanina

[23]
25 March 1984   Murmansk Relay 3x5 km   Czechoslovakia

Anna Pasiarová
Gabriela Svobodová
Květoslava Jeriová

  Norway

Inger Helene Nybråten
Anne Jahren
Anette Bøe

  Soviet Union

Lyubov Zimyatova
Raisa Smetanina
Tamara Markaschanskaya

[5]
  • NOTE: Races marked with * counts officially for both as "FIS World Cup" / "Olympic Games" wins statistic

Overall standingsEdit

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Sweden (SWE)64515
2  Norway (NOR)63716
3  Finland (FIN)43512
4  Soviet Union (SUN)4004
5  Czechoslovakia (CSK)2002
6  Soviet Union (URS)08311
7  Czechoslovakia (TCH)0314
8   Switzerland (SUI)0101
9  West Germany (FRG)0011
Totals (9 nations)22222266

AchievementsEdit

First World Cup career victory
Victories in this World Cup (all-time number of victories as of 1983/84 season in parentheses)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Trousil, Jaroslav, ed. (January 1984). "Zajímavosti ze Světa: V Ramsau" (PDF). LYŽAŘSTVÍ (in Czech). Czech Ski Association. p. 14. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  2. ^ Trousil, Jaroslav, ed. (April 1984). "Zajímavosti ze Světa: V Falun" (PDF). LYŽAŘSTVÍ (in Czech). Czech Ski Association. p. 14. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  3. ^ Trousil, Jaroslav, ed. (June 1984). "Zajímavosti ze Světa: Švédští Bězci" (PDF). LYŽAŘSTVÍ (in Czech). Czech Ski Association. p. 14. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  4. ^ Trousil, Jaroslav, ed. (January 1984). "Zajímavosti ze Světa: Štafeta ČSSR Žen" (PDF). LYŽAŘSTVÍ (in Czech). Czech Ski Association. p. 14. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  5. ^ Trousil, Jaroslav, ed. (May 1984). "Zajímavosti ze Světa: Štafeta Žen ČSSR" (PDF). LYŽAŘSTVÍ (in Czech). Czech Ski Association. p. 14. Retrieved 25 March 2020.