1984–85 FIS Cross-Country World Cup

The 1984–85 FIS Cross-Country World Cup was the 4th official World Cup season in cross-country skiing for men and ladies. The World Cup began in Cogne, Italy on 9 December 1984 and finished in Oslo, Norway on 17 March 1985. Gunde Svan of Sweden won the overall men's cup, and Anette Bøe of Norway won the women's.

1984–85 FIS Cross-Country World Cup
Discipline Men Women
Overall Sweden Gunde Svan (2nd title) Norway Anette Bøe
Nations Cup Norway Norway Norway Norway
Nations Cup Overall Norway Norway
Competition
Locations 8 venues 9 venues
Individual 10 events 11 events
Relay/Team 4 events 4 events

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

No. Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Ref.
1 9 December 1984   Cogne 15 km   Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass   Kari Härkönen   Gunde Svan [1]
2 15 December 1984   Davos 30 km   Ove Aunli   Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass   Tor Håkon Holte [2]
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1985
3 18 January 1985   Seefeld 30 km *   Gunde Svan   Ove Aunli   Harri Kirvesniemi [3]
4 22 January 1985 15 km *   Kari Härkönen   Thomas Wassberg   Maurilio De Zolt [4]
5 27 January 1985 50 km *   Gunde Svan   Maurilio De Zolt   Ove Aunli [5]
6 16 February 1985   Vitosha 15 km   Gunde Svan   Tor Håkon Holte   Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass [6]
7 16 February 1985   Syktyvkar 15 km   Gunde Svan   Tor Håkon Holte   Christer Majbäck [7]
8 3 March 1985   Lahti 50 km   Tor Håkon Holte   Jan Ottosson   Harri Kirvesniemi [8]
9 9 March 1985   Falun 30 km   Gunde Svan   Giachem Guidon   Thomas Wassberg [9]
10 14 March 1985   Oslo 15 km   Thomas Wassberg   Gunde Svan   Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass [10]

WomenEdit

No. Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Ref.
1 13 December 1984   Val di Sole 5 km   Brit Pettersen   Antonina Ordina   Liliya Vasilchenko [11]
2 18 December 1984   Davos 10 km   Berit Aunli   Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo   Evi Kratzer [12]
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1985
3 19 January 1985   Seefeld 10 km *   Anette Bøe   Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi   Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo [13]
4 21 January 1985 5 km *   Anette Bøe   Marja-Liisa Kirvesniemi   Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo [14]
5 26 January 1985 20 km *   Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo   Brit Pettersen   Anette Bøe [15]
6 14 February 1985   Klingenthal 10 km   Anette Bøe   Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo   Anfisa Reztsova [16]
7 18 February 1985   Nové Město 5 km   Anette Bøe   Anfisa Reztsova   Věra Klimková [17]
8 23 February 1985   Syktyvkar 20 km   Raisa Smetanina   Evi Kratzer   Iraida Kliagina [18]
9 2 March 1985   Lahti 5 km   Marie Risby   Brit Pettersen   Marianne Dahlmo [19]
10 9 March 1985   Falun 10 km   Anette Bøe   Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo   Anna-Lena Fritzon [20]
11 16 March 1985   Oslo 20 km   Anette Bøe   Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo   Brit Pettersen [21]

Men's team eventsEdit

Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Ref.
16 December 1984   Davos Relay 4×10 km   Norway I

Arild Monsen
Oddvar Brå
Geir Holte
Tor Håkon Holte

  Switzerland I

Andi Grünenfelder
Daniel Sandoz
Markus Fähndrich
Giachem Guidon

  Sweden II

Erik Östlund
Thomas Wassberg
Sven-Eric Danielsson
Torgny Mogren

[1]
24 January 1985   Seefeld Relay 4×10 km *   Norway

Arild Monsen
Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass
Tor Håkon Holte
Ove Aunli

  Italy

Marco Albarello
Giorgio Vanzetta
Maurilio De Zolt
Giuseppe Ploner

  Sweden

Erik Östlund
Thomas Wassberg
Thomas Eriksson
Gunde Svan

[22]
16 February 1985   Vitosha Relay 4×10 km   Sweden

Erik Östlund
Jan Ottosson
Torgny Mogren
Gunde Svan

  Switzerland

Andi Grünenfelder
Markus Fähndrich
Christian Marchon
Giachem Guidon

  Soviet Union

Nikolay Zimyatov
Vladimir Sakhnov
Vladimir Smirnov
Oleksandr Batyuk

[2]
10 March 1985   Falun Relay 4×10 km   Italy

Albert Walder
Silvano Barco
Maurilio De Zolt
Giorgio Vanzetta

  Sweden

Erik Östlund
Thomas Wassberg
Torgny Mogren
Gunde Svan

  Norway

Arild Monsen
Tor Håkon Holte
Geir Holte
Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass

[23]
17 March 1985   Oslo Relay 4×10 km   Sweden

Thomas Eriksson
Sven-Eric Danielsson
Thomas Wassberg
Gunde Svan

  Switzerland

Andi Grünenfelder
Daniel Sandoz
Markus Fähndrich
Giachem Guidon

  Norway

Martin Hole
Pål Gunnar Mikkelsplass
Vegard Ulvang
Ove Aunli

[24]

Women's team eventsEdit

Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Ref.
13 December 1984   Val di Sole Relay 3×5 km   Finland

Pirkko Määttä
Marja-Liisa Hämäläinen
Marjo Matikainen

  Soviet Union

Antonina Ordina
Raisa Smetanina
Liliya Vasilchenko

  Soviet Union

Anfisa Romanova
Yuliya Stepanova
Lyubov Zimyatova

[3]
19 December 1984   Davos Relay 4×5 km   Norway

Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo
Berit Aunli
Marianne Dahlmo
Anette Bøe

  Soviet Union

Antonina Ordina
Raisa Smetanina
Liliya Vasilchenko
Yuliya Stepanova

  Sweden I

Marie Risby
Helena Blomqvist
Karin Lamberg-Skog
Marie Johansson

[4]
23 January 1985   Seefeld Relay 4×5 km *   Soviet Union

Tamara Tikhonova
Raisa Smetanina
Liliya Vasilchenko
Anfisa Romanova

  Norway

Anette Bøe
Anne Jahren
Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo
Berit Aunli

  East Germany

Manuela Drescher
Gaby Nestler
Antje Misersky
Ute Noack

[25]
10 March 1985   Falun Relay 4×5 km   Norway

Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo
Trude Dybendahl
Marianne Dahlmo
Anette Bøe

  Sweden

Marie Risby
Marie Johansson
Anna-Lena Fritzon
Karin Lamberg-Skog

  Finland

Pirkko Määttä
Eija Hyytiäinen
Marjo Matikainen
Marja-Liisa Hämäläinen

[26]
17 March 1985   Oslo Relay 4×5 km   Norway

Grete Ingeborg Nykkelmo
Anne Jahren
Berit Aunli
Anette Bøe

  Sweden

Marie Johansson
Gunnel Mörtberg
Anna-Lena Fritzon
Karin Lamberg-Skog

  East Germany

Antje Misersky
Gaby Nestler
Simone Opitz
Ute Noack

[27]
  • NOTE: Races marked with a star (*) counts officially for both as "FIS World Cup" and "FIS Nordic World Ski Championships" wins statistics.

Overall standingsEdit

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Norway (NOR)1311933
2  Sweden (SWE)73515
3  Soviet Union (URS)2237
4  Finland (FIN)1326
5  Italy (ITA)0213
   Switzerland (SUI)0213
7  Czechoslovakia (TCH)0011
  East Germany (GDR)0011
Totals (8 nations)23232369

AchievementsEdit

First World Cup career victory
Victories in this World Cup (all-time number of victories as of 1984/85 season in parentheses)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Trousil, Jaroslav, ed. (February 1985). "4x10 km v Davosu 17 prosince" (PDF). LYŽAŘSTVÍ (in Czech). Czech Ski Association. p. 15. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  2. ^ Trousil, Jaroslav, ed. (April 1985). "4x10 km 17 února na Vitoši" (PDF). LYŽAŘSTVÍ (in Czech). Czech Ski Association. p. 15. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  3. ^ Trousil, Jaroslav, ed. (February 1985). "3x5 km v Passo Campo Carlo Magno 14 prosince" (PDF). LYŽAŘSTVÍ (in Czech). Czech Ski Association. p. 15. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
  4. ^ Trousil, Jaroslav, ed. (February 1985). "4x5 km v Davosu 19 prosince" (PDF). LYŽAŘSTVÍ (in Czech). Czech Ski Association. p. 15. Retrieved 25 March 2020.