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1983–84 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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The 18th World Cup season began in December 1983 in Kranjska Gora, Yugoslavia (now Slovenia), and concluded in March 1984 in Oslo, Norway. The overall champions were Pirmin Zurbriggen (his first) and Erika Hess (her second), both of Switzerland.

FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 1983/84
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Switzerland Erika Hess
Downhill Switzerland Urs Räber Switzerland Maria Walliser
Giant Slalom/Super G Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Switzerland Erika Hess
Slalom Luxembourg Marc Girardelli United States Tamara McKinney
Combined Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel Switzerland Erika Hess
Nations Cup Austria Austria Switzerland Switzerland
Nations Cup overall Switzerland Switzerland
Competition
Locations 22 18
Individual 37 34

A break in the schedule in February was for the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia (now Bosnia). The debate over amateur and professional status of world-class skiers came to a head this year over the issue of the Olympic eligibility of the holders of FIS Class B licenses, which were approved in 1981 to permit skiers to accept sponsorship money directly instead of through their national ski federations or Olympic committees.[1][2][3] After protests by some of the other top skiers (including twin brothers Phil and Steve Mahre), the International Ski Federation (FIS) ruled in the summer of 1983 that the two holders of such licenses, Ingemar Stenmark of Sweden and Hanni Wenzel of Liechtenstein, would be ineligible to compete in the Olympics unless they surrendered those licenses and transferred the money received under them to the appropriate national ski or Olympic committees.[1][2][4]

Although Wenzel was willing to transfer her money as requested, Stenmark, who had moved his tax residence to Monaco and had received an amount estimated at over $5 million in payments during those three years, was not, because repatriating the money to Sweden would subject him to millions of dollars in Swedish income tax.[1][2][4] Despite the different reactions of the two, FIS decided to treat Stenmark and Wenzel identically and ban them both from Olympic competition in 1984, while permitting both to continue to compete in World Cup competitions.[2][4] After the Olympics, Hanni Wenzel, who had won two overall World Cup titles and finished second or third overall six more times, retired, and several of the other top skiers, such as the Mahre twins and Norway's Jarle Halsnes, turned professional and left the World Cup circuit. The backlash over this series of events, combined with the increasing television revenues from the Olympic Games, led to the end of the ban on professional athletes in the Olympics before the end of the decade.[5]

In another ruling regarding Olympic eligibility, FIS denied rising all-event skier Marc Girardelli, who was a citizen of Austria but who competed for Luxembourg on the World Cup circuit, the ability to compete in the Olympics for Austria, ruling that he could only compete for the country that he represented on the World Cup circuit.[1][4] As a result, Girardelli was not able to compete in the Olympics until after his Luxembourg citizenship was granted in the mid-1980s.[6]

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Combined, PS – Parallel Slalom (Nations Cup ranking only)[7]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
451 1 2 December 1983     Kranjska Gora SL 146    Andreas Wenzel   Petar Popangelov   Paul Frommelt
452 2 4 December 1983     Schladming DH 134    Erwin Resch   Harti Weirather   Steve Podborski
453 3 9 December 1983     Val d'Isère DH 135    Franz Heinzer   Todd Brooker   Harti Weirather
454 4 10 December 1983   SG 004    Hans Enn   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Jure Franko
455 5 10 December 1983   KB 033    Franz Heinzer   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Leonhard Stock
456 6 12 December 1983     Les Diablerets GS 137    Max Julen   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Jure Franko
457 7 13 December 1983     Courmayeur SL 147    Ingemar Stenmark   Bojan Križaj   Steve Mahre
458 8 18 December 1983     Val Gardena DH 136    Urs Räber   Todd Brooker   Steve Podborski
459 9 19 December 1983   SG 005    Pirmin Zurbriggen   Martin Hangl   Leonhard Stock
460 10 20 December 1983     Madonna di Campiglio SL 148    Ingemar Stenmark   Robert Zoller   Petar Popangelov
461 11 19 December 1983  
20 December 1983  
  Val Gardena (SG)
  Madonna di Campiglio (SL)
KB 034    Andreas Wenzel   Thomas Bürgler   Alex Giorgi
462 12 7 January 1984     Laax DH 137    Urs Räber   Franz Klammer   Michael Mair
463 13 10 January 1984     Adelboden GS 138    Ingemar Stenmark   Hubert Strolz   Pirmin Zurbriggen
464 14 15 January 1984     Wengen DH 138    Bill Johnson   Anton Steiner   Erwin Resch
465 15 16 January 1984     Parpan SL 149    Marc Girardelli   Paolo De Chiesa   Andreas Wenzel
466 16 17 January 1984   SL 150    Ingemar Stenmark   Marc Girardelli   Franz Gruber
467 17 15 January 1984  
17 January 1984  
  Wengen (DH)
  Parpan (SL)
KB 035    Andreas Wenzel   Anton Steiner   Peter Lüscher
468 18 21 January 1984     Kitzbühel DH 139    Franz Klammer   Erwin Resch   Anton Steiner
469 19 22 January 1984   SL 151    Marc Girardelli   Franz Gruber   Bojan Križaj
470 20 22 January 1984   KB 036    Anton Steiner   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Phil Mahre
471 21 23 January 1984     Kirchberg GS 139    Ingemar Stenmark   Marc Girardelli   Jörgen Sundqvist
472 22 28 January 1984     Garmisch DH 140    Steve Podborski   Erwin Resch   Franz Klammer
473 23 29 January 1984   SG 006    Andreas Wenzel   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Hans Enn
474 24 29 January 1984   KB 037    Pirmin Zurbriggen   Andreas Wenzel   Peter Müller
475 25 2 February 1984     Cortina d'Ampezzo DH 141    Helmut Höflehner   Urs Räber   Conradin Cathomen
476 26 4 February 1984     Borovets GS 140    Ingemar Stenmark   Marc Girardelli   Roberto Erlacher
477 27 5 February 1984   SL 152    Marc Girardelli   Ingemar Stenmark   Franz Gruber
1984 Winter Olympics (13–19 February)
478 28 4 March 1984     Aspen DH 142    Bill Johnson   Anton Steiner
  Helmut Höflehner
479 29 5 March 1984   GS 141    Pirmin Zurbriggen   Marc Girardelli   Phil Mahre
480 30 6 March 1984     Vail SL 153    Robert Zoller   Petar Popangelov   Lars-Goran Halvarsson
  Phil Mahre
481 31 7 March 1984   GS 142    Ingemar Stenmark   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Hans Enn
482 32 11 March 1984     Whistler DH 143    Bill Johnson   Helmut Höflehner   Pirmin Zurbriggen
483 33 17 March 1984     Åre GS 143    Hans Enn   Hubert Strolz   Ingemar Stenmark
484 34 18 March 1984   SL 154    Marc Girardelli   Franz Gruber   Lars-Goran Halvarsson
485 35 20 March 1984     Oppdal SG 007    Pirmin Zurbriggen   Marc Girardelli   Jure Franko
486 36 23 March 1984     Oslo GS 144    Hans Enn   Alex Giorgi   Thomas Bürgler
487 37 24 March 1984   SL 155    Marc Girardelli   Ingemar Stenmark   Paolo De Chiesa
Nations Cup 25 March 1984     Oslo PS ncr    Hans Enn   Anton Steiner   Ingemar Stenmark

LadiesEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Combined, PS – Parallel Slalom (Nations Cup ranking only)[8]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
421 1 1 December 1983     Kranjska Gora SL 144    Erika Hess   Tamara McKinney   Małgorzata Tlałka
422 2 7 December 1983     Val d'Isère DH 116    Irene Epple   Ariane Ehrat   Caroline Attia
423 3 8 December 1983   DH 117    Maria Walliser   Irene Epple   Lea Sölkner
424 4 11 December 1983   GS 130    Erika Hess   Perrine Pelen   Hanni Wenzel
425 5 11 December 1983   KB 031    Irene Epple   Erika Hess   Hanni Wenzel
426 6 14 December 1983     Sestriere SL 145    Maria Rosa Quario   Roswitha Steiner   Monika Hess
427 7 8 December 1983  
14 December 1983  
  Val d'Isère (DH2)
  Sestriere (SL)
KB 032    Erika Hess   Lea Sölkner   Christin Cooper
428 8 17 December 1983     Piancavallo SL 146    Roswitha Steiner   Małgorzata Tlałka   Maria Rosa Quario
429 9 21 December 1983     Haus im Ennstal DH 118    Hanni Wenzel   Irene Epple   Maria Walliser
430 10 22 December 1983   GS 131    Hanni Wenzel   Maria Epple   Christin Cooper
431 11 7 January 1984     Puy St. Vincent DH 119    Gerry Sorensen   Veronika Vitzthum   Maria Walliser
432 12 8 January 1984   SG 003    Laurie Graham   Michela Figini   Debbie Armstrong
433 13 8 January 1984   KB 033    Gerry Sorensen   Irene Epple   Marina Kiehl
434 14 13 January 1984     Bad Gastein DH 120    Hanni Wenzel   Irene Epple   Maria Walliser
435 15 14 January 1984   SL 147    Perrine Pelen   Roswitha Steiner   Dorota Tlałka
436 16 14 January 1984   KB 034    Hanni Wenzel   Olga Charvátová   Tamara McKinney
437 17 15 January 1984     Maribor SL 148    Erika Hess   Tamara McKinney   Christin Cooper
438 18 21 January 1984     Verbier DH 121    Maria Walliser   Holly Flanders   Olga Charvátová
439 19 22 January 1984   SL 149    Anni Kronbichler   Maria Epple   Erika Hess
440 20 22 January 1984   KB 035    Erika Hess   Olga Charvátová   Brigitte Örtli
441 21 23 January 1984     Limone Piemonte SL 150    Daniela Zini   Maria Rosa Quario   Christin Cooper
442 22 28 January 1984     Megève DH 122    Michela Figini   Elisabeth Kirchler   Sylvia Eder
443 23 29 January 1984     St. Gervais GS 132    Erika Hess   Christin Cooper   Carole Merle
444 24 28 January 1984  
29 January 1984  
  Megève (DH)
  St. Gervais (GS)
KB 036    Michela Figini   Elisabeth Kirchler   Liisa Savijarvi
1984 Winter Olympics (13–19 February)
445 25 3 March 1984     Mont St. Anne DH 123    Holly Flanders   Marie-Luce Waldmeier   Sylvia Eder
446 26 4 March 1984   SG 004    Marina Kiehl   Elisabeth Kirchler   Christin Cooper
447 27 7 March 1984     Lake Placid GS 133    Christin Cooper   Marina Kiehl   Maria Epple
448 28 10 March 1984     Waterville Valley SL 151    Tamara McKinney   Brigitte Gadient   Perrine Pelen
449 29 11 March 1984   GS 134    Tamara McKinney   Erika Hess   Christin Cooper
450 30 17 March 1984     Jasná GS 135    Erika Hess   Michela Figini   Christin Cooper
451 31 18 March 1984   SL 152    Roswitha Steiner   Perrine Pelen   Paoletta Magoni
452 32 20 March 1984     Zwiesel SL 153    Hanni Wenzel   Tamara McKinney   Perrine Pelen
453 33 21 March 1984   GS 136    Tamara McKinney   Erika Hess   Blanca Fernández Ochoa
454 34 24 March 1984     Oslo SL 154    Tamara McKinney   Dorota Tlałka   Perrine Pelen
Nations Cup 25 March 1984     Oslo PS ncr    Olga Charvátová   Erika Hess   Tamara McKinney

MenEdit

OverallEdit

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In Men's Overall World Cup 1983/84 the best five downhills, best five giant slaloms/Super G, best five slaloms and best three combined count. The parallel slalom only counts for the Nationscup (or was a show-event). 29 racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total DH GS
SG
SL KB
1 Pirmin Zurbriggen    Switzerland 256 59 115 17 65
2 Ingemar Stenmark   Sweden 230 - 115 115 -
3 Marc Girardelli   Luxembourg 222 - 92 125 5
4 Andreas Wenzel   Liechtenstein 191 3 58 60 70
5 Anton Steiner   Austria 148 67 4 23 54
6 Franz Heinzer    Switzerland 129 66 26 - 37
7 Urs Räber    Switzerland 118 94 - - 24
8 Franz Gruber   Austria 113 - 19 82 12
9 Alex Giorgi   Italy 107 - 49 43 15
10 Bojan Križaj   Yugoslavia 105 - 34 66 6
11 Hans Enn   Austria 105 - 105 - -
12 Erwin Resch   Austria 91 91 - - -
Max Julen    Switzerland 91 - 60 31 -
14 Bill Johnson   United States 87 87 - - -
15 Phil Mahre   United States 85 2 24 44 15
Helmut Höflehner   Austria 85 74 - - 11
17 Thomas Bürgler    Switzerland 84 - 54 2 28
18 Petar Popangelov   Bulgaria 82 - - 77 5
19 Jure Franko   Yugoslavia 80 - 68 5 7
20 Franz Klammer   Austria 79 79 - - -

DownhillEdit

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In Men's Downhill World Cup 1983/84 the best 5 results count. 12 racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total 2 3 8 12 14 18 22 25 28 32
1 Urs Räber    Switzerland 94 12 12 25 25 (1) (10) - 20 (6) -
2 Erwin Resch   Austria 91 25 (10) - (10) 15 20 20 - 11 -
3 Bill Johnson   United States 87 - - - - 25 - - 12 25 25
4 Franz Klammer   Austria 79 11 (6) 8 20 (3) 25 15 (2) - (6)
5 Steve Podborski   Canada 76 15 (9) 15 - - - 25 10 (8) 11
6 Helmut Höflehner   Austria 74 - - - 2 - - 7 25 20 20
7 Anton Steiner   Austria 67 - - - - 20 15 6 6 20 (5)
8 Franz Heinzer    Switzerland 66 (4) 25 12 11 - - (8) (2) 9 9
9 Todd Brooker   Canada 64 10 20 20 - - - - - 2 12
10 Pirmin Zurbriggen    Switzerland 59 - - - - 10 12 10 - 12 15

Giant Slalom / Super GEdit

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In Men's Giant Slalom and Super G World Cup 1983/84 the best 5 results count. 14 racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Ingemar Stenmark and Pirmin Zurbriggen finished tied on total points, but Stenmark's 4 race victories (compared to Zurbriggen's 3) gave him his seventh Giant Slalom (and Super G) World Cup! This record is still unbeaten!

Place Name Country Total 4SG 6 9SG 13 21 23SG 26 29 31 33 35SG 36
1 Ingemar Stenmark   Sweden 115 - (9) - 25 25 (11) 25 - 25 15 - (11)
2 Pirmin Zurbriggen    Switzerland 115 20 20 25 (15) - (20) - 25 (20) (10) 25 (12)
3 Hans Enn   Austria 105 25 (12) (12) (10) - 15 - - 15 25 (12) 25
4 Marc Girardelli   Luxembourg 92 (4) - - 12 20 (12) 20 20 - (12) 20 -
5 Jure Franko   Yugoslavia 68 15 15 (8) 11 12 (9) - - - - 15 (9)
6 Hubert Strolz   Austria 65 - 8 (6) 20 (4) (5) 8 - (2) 20 9 (1)
7 Max Julen    Switzerland 60 8 25 - 9 - - - - 12 (4) (1) 6
8 Andreas Wenzel   Liechtenstein 58 (3) (5) 10 - - 25 6 - - - 10 7
9 Thomas Bürgler    Switzerland 54 (6) 10 (7) (4) 10 - 9 10 (6) - (6) 15
10 Guido Hinterseer   Austria 49 - (6) 11 8 11 10 - - 9 - (7) (5)
Martin Hangl    Switzerland 49 - 7 20 - - (3) (2) 12 - 5 5 -
Alex Giorgi   Italy 49 - - - - 7 - - 9 (4) 8 5 20

SlalomEdit

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In Men's Slalom World Cup 1983/84 the best 5 results count. Six racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Marc Girardelli won the cup with maximum points.

Place Name Country Total 1 7 10 15 16 19 27 30 34 37
1 Marc Girardelli   Luxembourg 125 - - - 25 (20) 25 25 - 25 25
2 Ingemar Stenmark   Sweden 115 - 25 25 - 25 (11) 20 (6) (12) 20
3 Franz Gruber   Austria 82 (11) (11) (8) 12 15 20 15 - 20 -
4 Petar Popangelov   Bulgaria 77 20 - 15 - 10 (6) (5) 20 (6) 12
5 Bojan Križaj   Yugoslavia 66 - 20 10 9 12 15 (7) - (8) (8)
6 Andreas Wenzel   Liechtenstein 60 25 - 7 15 5 - 8 - - -
7 Paolo De Chiesa   Italy 57 - - - 20 - - 12 - 10 15
8 Robert Zoller   Austria 55 - - 20 - - - - 25 - 10
9 Phil Mahre   United States 44 7 - - - - 12 10 15 - -
Lars-Göran Halvarsson   Sweden 44 - - - - 11 - 3 15 15 -

CombinedEdit

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In Men's Combined World Cup 1983/84 all 5 results count.

Place Name Country Total 5 11 17 20 24
1 Andreas Wenzel   Liechtenstein 90 10 25 25 10 20
2 Pirmin Zurbriggen    Switzerland 65 20 - - 20 25
3 Anton Steiner   Austria 54 - 9 20 25 -
4 Franz Heinzer    Switzerland 37 25 - - - 12
5 Thomas Bürgler    Switzerland 28 - 20 - - 8
6 Urs Räber    Switzerland 24 9 - - 11 4
7 Guido Hinterseer   Austria 21 - - - 12 9
8 Silvano Meli    Switzerland 20 - - 11 9 -
9 Bruno Kernen    Switzerland 19 12 - - 7 -
10 Peter Šoltys   Czechoslovakia 16 - - 10 6 -

LadiesEdit

OverallEdit

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In Women's Overall World Cup 1983/84 the best four downhills, best four giant slaloms/Super G, best four slaloms and best three combined count. The parallel slalom only counts for the Nationscup (or was a show-event). 30 racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total DH GS
SG
SL KB
1 Erika Hess    Switzerland 247 5 95 77 70
2 Hanni Wenzel   Liechtenstein 238 70 60 57 51
3 Tamara McKinney   United States 195 0 74 90 31
4 Irene Epple   West Germany 178 85 33 3 57
5 Michela Figini    Switzerland 166 60 57 0 49
6 Christin Cooper   United States 161 10 75 50 26
7 Olga Charvátová   Czechoslovakia 153 34 32 35 52
8 Maria Walliser    Switzerland 131 80 22 0 29
9 Marina Kiehl   West Germany 126 29 67 0 30
10 Perrine Pelen   France 122 0 47 75 0
Elisabeth Kirchler   Austria 122 38 48 0 36
12 Gerry Sorensen   Canada 100 60 15 0 25
13 Lea Sölkner   Austria 95 46 0 9 40
14 Maria Epple   West Germany 92 0 53 39 0
15 Roswitha Steiner   Austria 91 0 1 90 0
16 Brigitte Örtli    Switzerland 89 23 11 32 23
17 Maria Rosa Quario   Italy 69 0 0 69 0
18 Sylvia Eder   Austria 67 51 2 5 9
19 Laurie Graham   Canada 65 23 32 0 10
20 Holly Flanders   United States 60 60 0 0 0

DownhillEdit

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In Women's Downhill World Cup 1983/84 the best 5 results count. Four racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total 2 3 9 11 14 18 22 25
1 Maria Walliser    Switzerland 95 (8) 25 15 15 15 25 (12) (3)
2 Irene Epple   West Germany 94 25 20 20 9 20 - - -
3 Hanni Wenzel   Liechtenstein 77 10 7 25 10 25 - - -
4 Gerry Sorensen   Canada 70 - 12 (1) 25 10 - 11 12
5 Michela Figini    Switzerland 67 7 - 11 (7) 12 12 25 -
6 Holly Flanders   United States 64 - - 7 - 8 20 4 25
7 Sylvia Eder   Austria 52 9 1 - 12 - - 15 15
8 Ariane Ehrat    Switzerland 49 20 11 4 - 9 - - 5
9 Lea Sölkner   Austria 46 12 15 - 8 11 - - -
10 Jana Gantnerová-Šoltýsová   Czechoslovakia 44 11 9 9 6 - (1) 9 -

Giant Slalom / Super GEdit

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In Women's Giant Slalom and Super G World Cup 1983/84 the best 5 results count. Nine racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Erika Hess won the cup with all points collected in Giant Slaloms.

Place Name Country Total 4 10 12SG 23 26SG 27 29 30 33
1 Erika Hess    Switzerland 115 25 (12) - 25 - (10) 20 25 20
2 Christin Cooper   United States 90 - 15 (2) 20 15 25 15 (15) -
3 Tamara McKinney   United States 85 12 (10) - (7) (10) 12 25 11 25
4 Marina Kiehl   West Germany 77 (6) - 10 - 25 20 - 10 12
5 Hanni Wenzel   Liechtenstein 69 15 25 9 - 9 11 - (4) (8)
6 Michela Figini    Switzerland 64 8 7 20 (2) - - - 20 9
7 Elisabeth Kirchler   Austria 55 7 (5) - 9 20 (4) 12 - 7
8 Maria Epple   West Germany 53 - 20 - - - 15 6 12 -
9 Perrine Pelen   France 51 20 9 - 10 - 4 8 (1) -
10 Carole Merle   France 37 11 - - 15 - - 11 - -
11 Olga Charvátová   Czechoslovakia 34 9 8 8 - - 2 - 7 (1)
12 Irene Epple   West Germany 33 10 11 12 - - - - - -
Debbie Armstrong   United States 33 - - 15 11 - - - - 7
14 Laurie Graham   Canada 32 - - 25 - 7 - - - -

SlalomEdit

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In Women's Slalom World Cup 1983/84 the best 5 results count. 13 racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total 1 6 8 15 17 19 21 28 31 32 34
1 Tamara McKinney   United States 110 20 - (10) (12) 20 (7) - 25 - 20 25
2 Roswitha Steiner   Austria 100 - 20 25 20 - - - - 25 - 10
3 Perrine Pelen   France 90 - - (11) 25 - - - 15 20 15 15
4 Erika Hess    Switzerland 89 25 (11) 12 (8) 25 15 12 (11) - (10) (12)
5 Maria Rosa Quario   Italy 77 - 25 15 - - - 20 - - 9 8
6 Dorota Tlałka   Poland 71 (7) 12 (9) 15 (11) 12 - (10) 12 (11) 20
7 Hanni Wenzel   Liechtenstein 65 - - - (7) 12 9 - 8 11 25 -
8 Małgorzata Tlałka   Poland 64 15 10 20 - - - (5) - - 8 11
9 Christin Cooper   United States 60 10 (9) - 10 15 - 15 10 - - -
10 Anni Kronbichler   Austria 56 (5) - (1) 11 7 25 (3) - - 6 7
11 Daniela Zini   Italy 49 - - 5 9 10 - 25 - - - -

CombinedEdit

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In Women's Combined World Cup 1983/84 the best 5 results count. One racer had a point deduction, which is given in ().

Place Name Country Total 5 7 13 16 20 24
1 Erika Hess    Switzerland 79 20 25 - 9 25 -
2 Irene Epple   West Germany 77 25 10 20 10 12 -
3 Olga Charvátová   Czechoslovakia 70 (6) 12 7 20 20 11
4 Hanni Wenzel   Liechtenstein 69 15 - 11 25 11 7
5 Michela Figini    Switzerland 67 12 - 12 8 10 25
6 Lea Sölkner   Austria 44 - 20 4 12 8 -
Elisabeth Kirchler   Austria 44 10 - 3 5 6 20
8 Maria Walliser    Switzerland 43 9 7 8 7 - 12
9 Tamara McKinney   United States 31 7 - - 15 9 -
Marina Kiehl   West Germany 31 11 4 15 - 1 -
11 Christin Cooper   United States 26 - 15 - 11 - -
12 Gerry Sorensen   Canada 25 - - 25 - - -

Nations CupEdit

OverallEdit

Place Country Total Men Ladies
1    Switzerland 2313 1224 1089
2   Austria 1899 1306 593
3   United States 922 237 685
4   West Germany 656 118 538
5   Liechtenstein 588 256 332
6   Italy 517 348 169
7   France 495 78 417
8   Sweden 484 482 2
9   Canada 436 183 253
10   Yugoslavia 416 335 81
11   Czechoslovakia 328 28 300
12   Luxembourg 271 271 0
13   Poland 207 0 207
14   Bulgaria 101 101 0
15   Soviet Union 34 31 3
16   Spain 33 0 33
17   Australia 29 29 0
18   Japan 20 20 0
19   Mexico 9 9 0
20   Norway 8 8 0
21   Hungary 5 5 0
22   United Kingdom 2 2 0

MenEdit

All points were shown including individual deduction. But without parallel slalom, because result ? (Also possible, that the parallel slalom was only a show-event.)

Place Country Total DH GS
SG
SL KB Racers Wins
1   Austria 1306 526 398 248 134 20 8
2    Switzerland 1224 425 479 80 240 14 9
3   Sweden 482 0 174 308 0 10 7
4   Italy 348 67 111 130 40 14 0
5   Yugoslavia 335 0 198 116 21 6 0
6   Luxembourg 271 0 121 145 5 1 5
7   Liechtenstein 256 3 71 92 90 2 4
8   United States 237 97 44 79 17 8 3
9   Canada 183 181 0 0 2 5 1
10   West Germany 118 40 41 14 23 9 0
11   Bulgaria 101 0 0 94 7 2 0
12   France 78 5 12 46 15 8 0
13   Soviet Union 31 15 0 16 0 3 0
14   Australia 29 29 0 0 0 1 0
15   Czechoslovakia 28 0 0 0 28 2 0
16   Japan 20 0 0 12 8 3 0
17   Mexico 9 0 0 0 9 1 0
18   Norway 8 0 3 5 0 1 0
19   Hungary 5 0 0 0 5 1 0
20   United Kingdom 2 2 0 0 0 1 0

LadiesEdit

All points were shown including individual deduction. But without parallel slalom, because result ? (Also possible, that the parallel slalom was only a show-event.)

Place Country Total DH GS
SG
SL KB Racers Wins
1    Switzerland 1089 278 298 296 217 12 11
2   United States 685 107 287 209 82 12 6
3   Austria 593 212 75 183 123 14 3
4   West Germany 538 151 182 46 159 7 3
5   France 417 87 167 132 31 13 1
6   Liechtenstein 332 77 81 105 69 3 5
7   Czechoslovakia 300 81 37 90 92 5 0
8   Canada 253 116 80 5 52 6 3
9   Poland 207 0 0 207 0 3 0
10   Italy 169 0 6 163 0 4 2
11   Yugoslavia 81 0 10 71 0 5 0
12   Spain 33 0 22 11 0 1 0
13   Soviet Union 3 0 0 1 2 2 0
14   Sweden 2 0 0 2 0 1 0

ReferencesEdit

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  4. ^ a b c d Gatlin, L. Dana (January 30, 1984). "Some top skiers to miss Olympics due to eligibility rules". Retrieved January 15, 2018.
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  6. ^ Brennan, Christine (January 2, 1994). "Girardelli, Skiing to Different Tune, Dismisses Olympics". Washington Post. Retrieved January 15, 2018.
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  8. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1984 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

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