1995–96 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

The 30th World Cup season began in November 1995 in Tignes, France, and concluded in March 1996 at the World Cup finals in Lillehammer, Norway. The overall champions were Lasse Kjus of Norway and Katja Seizinger of Germany, the first of two overall titles for both.

FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 1995/96
Discipline Men Women
Overall NorwayLasse Kjus Germany Katja Seizinger
Downhill France Luc Alphand United States Picabo Street
Super G NorwayAtle Skårdal Germany Katja Seizinger
Giant Slalom  Switzerland  Michael von Grünigen Germany Martina Ertl
Slalom France Sébastien Amiez Austria Elfi Eder
Nations Cup Austria Austria Austria Austria
Nations Cup overall Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 20 14
Individual 35 34

The World Cup schedule was realigned for the 1995–96 season, with the North American events moved to the early part of the season, in late November and early December. Previously, these races in Canada and the United States were scheduled near the end of the season, in late February and early March.

A break in the schedule was for the 1996 World Championships, held 12–25 February in souther Spain at Sierra Nevada. These championships were originally scheduled for 1995, but were postponed due to a lack of snow.

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Combined[1]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
861 1 12 November 1995     Tignes GS 221      Michael von Grünigen  Lasse Kjus     Urs Kälin
862 2 17 November 1995     Beaver Creek GS 222      Michael von Grünigen  Lasse Kjus     Urs Kälin
863 3 19 November 1995   SL 256    Michael Tritscher   Sébastien Amiez   Alberto Tomba
864 4 25 November 1995     Park City GS 223      Michael von Grünigen  Lasse Kjus   Hans Knauß
865 5 26 November 1995   SL 257    Andrej Miklavc   Christian Mayer   Fabio De Crignis
866 6 1 December 1995     Vail DH 254    Luc Alphand  Lasse Kjus   Patrick Ortlieb
867 7 2 December 1995   SG 063   Lasse Kjus   Richard Kröll   Pietro Vitalini
868 8 9 December 1995     Val d'Isère DH 255    Luc Alphand   Roland Assinger   Hannes Trinkl
869 9 10 December 1995   SG 064   Atle Skårdal  Lasse Kjus   Hans Knauß
870 10 16 December 1995     Val Gardena DH 256    Patrick Ortlieb     Xavier Gigandet   Luc Alphand
871 11 17 December 1995     Alta Badia GS 224    Hans Knauß     Michael von Grünigen   Alberto Tomba
872 12 19 December 1995     Madonna di Campiglio SL 258    Alberto Tomba   Yves Dimier   Konrad Ladstätter
873 13 21 December 1995     Kranjska Gora GS 225   Lasse Kjus     Michael von Grünigen   Mario Reiter
874 14 22 December 1995   SL 259    Alberto Tomba   Jure Košir   Sébastien Amiez
875 15 29 December 1995     Bormio DH 257   Lasse Kjus   Andreas Schifferer   Ed Podivinsky
876 16 6 January 1996     Flachau GS 226      Urs Kälin   Alberto Tomba     Michael von Grünigen
877 17 7 January 1996   SL 260    Alberto Tomba   Mario Reiter   Jure Košir
878 18 13 January 1996     Kitzbühel DH 258    Günther Mader   Luc Alphand   Peter Runggaldier
879 19 14 January 1996   SL 261    Thomas Sykora   Alberto Tomba   Jure Košir
880 20 14 January 1996   KB 070    Günther Mader   Hans Knauß     Bruno Kernen II
881 21 16 January 1996       Adelboden GS 227      Michael von Grünigen     Urs Kälin  Tom Stiansen
882 22 19 January 1996       Veysonnaz DH 259      Bruno Kernen II     William Besse     Daniel Mahrer
883 23 20 January 1996   DH 260      Bruno Kernen II   Luc Alphand
  Patrick Ortlieb
884 24 21 January 1996   SL 262    Sébastien Amiez   Rene Mlekuž   Thomas Sykora
885 25 21 January 1996   KB 071    Marc Girardelli   Günther Mader  Kjetil André Aamodt
886 26 23 January 1996     Valloire SG 065    Hans Knauß  Atle Skårdal   Fredrik Nyberg
887 27 27 January 1996     Sestriere SL 263    Mario Reiter   Thomas Sykora   Thomas Stangassinger
888 28 2 February 1996     Garmisch-Partenkirchen DH 261    Luc Alphand   Brian Stemmle   Peter Runggaldier
889 29 5 February 1996   SG 066    Werner Perathoner   Luc Alphand   Patrick Wirth
890 30 10 February 1996     Hinterstoder GS 228      Michael von Grünigen     Urs Kälin   Mario Reiter
World Championships (12–25 February)
891 31 3 March 1996     Happo One SG 067    Peter Runggaldier  Atle Skårdal   Hans Knauß
892 32 6 March 1996    Kvitfjell DH 262   Lasse Kjus   Günther Mader   Kristian Ghedina
893 33 7 March 1996   SG 068   Kjetil André Aamodt   Luc Alphand  Lasse Kjus
894 34 9 March 1996    Hafjell GS 229      Urs Kälin  Tom Stiansen   Christophe Saioni
895 35 10 March 1996   SL 264    Thomas Sykora   Sébastien Amiez   Jure Košir

LadiesEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Combined[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
802 1 16 November 1995     Vail SG 063    Martina Ertl   Katja Seizinger   Isolde Kostner
803 2 18 November 1995   SL 248    Pernilla Wiberg   Urška Hrovat   Kristina Andersson
804 3 3 December 1995     Lake Louise DH 214    Picabo Street   Katja Seizinger   Varvara Zelenskaya
805 4 7 December 1995     Val d'Isère SG 064    Alexandra Meissnitzer     Heidi Zeller-Bähler   Mojca Suhadolc
806 5 8 December 1995   GS 218    Martina Ertl   Mojca Suhadolc   Alexandra Meissnitzer
807 6 15 December 1995     St. Anton am Arlberg DH 215    Katja Seizinger     Heidi Zurbriggen   Alexandra Meissnitzer
808 7 16 December 1995   DH 216    Michaela Dorfmeister   Alexandra Meissnitzer   Picabo Street
  Renate Götschl
809 8 17 December 1995   SL 249    Elfi Eder   Urška Hrovat   Katja Koren
810 9 17 December 1995   KB 062    Anita Wachter  Ingeborg Helen Marken   Hilde Gerg
811 10 20 December 1995       Veysonnaz SG 065    Alexandra Meissnitzer     Heidi Zurbriggen   Michaela Dorfmeister
812 11 21 December 1995   GS 219    Martina Ertl   Sabina Panzanini   Anita Wachter
813 12 22 December 1995   SL 250    Pernilla Wiberg   Urška Hrovat   Kristina Andersson
814 13 29 December 1995     Semmering SL 251    Pernilla Wiberg     Karin Roten   Elfi Eder
815 14 30 December 1995   SL 252    Elfi Eder  Marianne Kjørstad   Kristina Andersson
816 15 5 January 1996     Maribor GS 220    Martina Ertl   Deborah Compagnoni   Katja Seizinger
817 16 6 January 1996   GS 221    Katja Seizinger     Sonja Nef   Martina Ertl
818 17 7 January 1996   SL 253    Kristina Andersson   Elfi Eder   Claudia Riegler
819 18 13 January 1996     Garmisch-Partenkirchen SG 066    Katja Seizinger   Martina Ertl   Alexandra Meissnitzer
820 19 14 January 1996   SL 254    Urška Hrovat   Elfi Eder   Roberta Serra
821 20 19 January 1996     Cortina d'Ampezzo DH 217    Picabo Street   Pernilla Wiberg   Isolde Kostner
822 21 20 January 1996   DH 218    Isolde Kostner   Picabo Street   Renate Götschl
823 22 21 January 1996   GS 222    Anita Wachter   Erika Hansson   Katja Seizinger
824 23 26 January 1996     Sestriere SL 255      Sonja Nef     Marlies Oester   Pernilla Wiberg
825 24 28 January 1996     Saint Gervais SL 256    Claudia Riegler     Karin Roten   Pernilla Wiberg
826 25 2 February 1996     Val d'Isère SG 067    Katja Seizinger   Renate Götschl   Hilde Gerg
827 26 3 February 1996   DH 219    Katja Seizinger   Picabo Street   Isolde Kostner
828 27 4 February 1996   SG 068    Katja Seizinger   Isolde Kostner   Renate Götschl
World Championships (12–25 February)
829 28 29 February 1996    Narvik DH 220    Picabo Street   Warwara Zelenskaja     Heidi Zurbriggen
830 29 1 March 1996   DH 221    Warwara Zelenskaja   Picabo Street     Heidi Zurbriggen
831 30 2 March 1996   GS 223    Deborah Compagnoni   Sabina Panzanini   Isolde Kostner
832 31 6 March 1996    Kvitfjell DH 222      Heidi Zurbriggen   Isolde Kostner   Katja Seizinger
833 32 7 March 1996   SG 069   Ingeborg Helen Marken   Katja Seizinger   Isolde Kostner
834 33 9 March 1996    Hafjell GS 224    Katja Seizinger   Martina Ertl   Alexandra Meissnitzer
835 34 10 March 1996   SL 257      Karin Roten   Pernilla Wiberg  Marianne Kjørstad

MenEdit

OverallEdit

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Place Name Country Total
1 Lasse Kjus   Norway 1216
2 Günther Mader   Austria 991
3 Michael von Grünigen     Switzerland 880
4 Luc Alphand   France 839
5 Alberto Tomba   Italy 766
6 Hans Knauß   Austria 748
7 Fredrik Nyberg   Sweden 673
8 Mario Reiter   Austria 667
9 Urs Kälin     Switzerland 601
10 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 560

DownhillEdit

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In Men's Downhill World Cup 1995/96 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 6  8  10  15  18  22  23  28  32 
1 Luc Alphand   France 577 100 100 60 3 80 9 80 100 45
2 Günther Mader   Austria 407 36 50 22 36 100 6 32 45 80
3 Patrick Ortlieb   Austria 359 60 15 100 - 32 32 80 40 -
4 Lasse Kjus   Norway 343 80 - 45 100 - - - 18 100
5 Bruno Kernen     Switzerland 325 - 32 1 16 26 100 100 14 36
6 Xavier Gigandet     Switzerland 274 50 45 80 - - 50 29 20 -
7 Peter Runggaldier   Italy 261 22 10 - 40 60 3 16 60 50
8 Kristian Ghedina   Italy 237 18 - 24 20 50 - 15 50 60
9 Werner Perathoner   Italy 233 - 24 12 50 36 16 40 26 29
10 Brian Stemmle   Canada 230 24 - 32 2 11 45 36 80 -

Super GEdit

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In Men's Super G World Cup 1995/96 all results count. Atle Skårdal won the cup with only one race win. All races were won by a different athlete.

Place Name Country Total 7  9  26  29  31  33 
1 Atle Skårdal   Norway 312 20 100 80 - 80 32
2 Hans Knauß   Austria 267 29 60 100 18 60 -
3 Lasse Kjus   Norway 264 100 80 - - 24 60
4 Luc Alphand   France 262 36 - 40 80 26 80
5 Peter Runggaldier   Italy 239 15 45 29 - 100 50
6 Richard Kröll   Austria 223 80 29 16 36 40 22
7 Fredrik Nyberg   Sweden 217 45 36 60 20 11 45
8 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 179 - - 32 18 29 100
9 Werner Perathoner   Italy 173 26 - 22 100 5 20
10 Kristian Ghedina   Italy 170 40 13 26 40 22 29

Giant SlalomEdit

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In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1995/96 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 1  2  4  11  13  16  21  30  34 
1 Michael von Grünigen     Switzerland 738 100 100 100 80 80 60 100 100 18
2 Urs Kälin     Switzerland 601 60 60 36 40 45 100 80 80 100
3 Lasse Kjus   Norway 475 80 80 80 50 100 45 - 40 -
4 Fredrik Nyberg   Sweden 338 26 40 50 32 36 32 50 32 40
5 Hans Knauß   Austria 306 36 32 60 100 18 36 24 - -
6 Steve Locher     Switzerland 283 50 22 9 45 36 50 - 26 45
Mario Reiter   Austria 283 - 45 - 24 60 29 36 60 29
8 Christophe Saioni   France 276 32 - 29 12 40 26 32 45 60
Alberto Tomba   Italy 276 - 36 - 60 - 80 - 50 50
10 Tom Stiansen   Norway 218 - 24 14 - 4 - 60 36 80

SlalomEdit

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In Men's Slalom World Cup 1995/96 all results count. Sébastien Amiez won the cup despite only one race win.

Place Name Country Total 3  5  12  14  17  19  24  27  35 
1 Sébastien Amiez   France 539 80 50 50 60 45 50 100 24 80
2 Alberto Tomba   Italy 490 60 - 100 100 100 80 - - 50
3 Thomas Sykora   Austria 446 20 - - 36 50 100 60 80 100
4 Mario Reiter   Austria 384 - 29 45 40 80 45 - 100 45
5 Jure Košir   Slovenia 381 40 45 - 80 60 60 - 36 60
6 Andrej Miklavc   Slovenia 299 - 100 - 26 18 24 45 50 36
7 Finn Christian Jagge   Norway 256 32 36 32 26 40 29 29 - 32
8 Fabio De Crignis   Italy 242 22 60 29 29 13 20 24 45 -
Yves Dimier   France 242 - - 80 32 - 22 50 18 40
Christian Mayer   Austria 242 - 80 - 50 24 40 - 22 26
11 Ole Kristian Furuseth   Norway 189 - - 24 20 36 18 22 40 29
12 Thomas Stangassinger   Austria 166 - 22 - 26 22 36 - 60 -
13 Michael von Grünigen     Switzerland 142 - - 20 18 32 - 36 12 24
14 Lasse Kjus   Norway 134 45 - - 45 26 - - - 18
15 Andrea Zinsli     Switzerland 133 26 32 14 5 11 9 14 - 22
16 Konrad Ladstätter   Italy 128 18 11 60 12 4 - 15 8 -
Fabrizio Tescari   Italy 128 - 16 40 3 7 - 26 16 20
18 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 127 50 - - 10 29 - 12 26 -
19 Kiminobu Kimura   Japan 116 - - - 1 6 32 32 29 16
20 Marc Girardelli   Luxembourg 112 - - - 16 15 26 40 15 -
21 Michael Tritscher   Austria 100 100 - - - - - - - -

CombinedEdit

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In Men's Combined World Cup 1995/96 both results count.

Place Name Country Total 20  25 
1 Günther Mader   Austria 180 100 80
2 Marc Girardelli   Luxembourg 100 - 100
3 Alessandro Fattori   Italy 90 40 50
4 Hans Knauß   Austria 80 80 -
5 Kristian Ghedina   Italy 76 50 26
6 Patrik Järbyn   Sweden 61 32 29
7 Bruno Kernen     Switzerland 60 60 -
Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 60 - 60
9 Ed Podivinsky   Canada 45 45 -
Fredrik Nyberg   Sweden 45 - 45

LadiesEdit

OverallEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Katja Seizinger   Germany 1472
2 Martina Ertl   Germany 1059
3 Anita Wachter   Austria 1044
4 Isolde Kostner   Italy 905
5 Alexandra Meissnitzer   Austria 894
6 Picabo Street   United States 837
7 Heidi Zurbriggen     Switzerland 785
8 Pernilla Wiberg   Sweden 777
9 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 727
10 Renate Götschl   Austria 594

DownhillEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Picabo Street   United States 640
2 Katja Seizinger   Germany 485
3 Isolde Kostner   Italy 449
Heidi Zurbriggen     Switzerland 449
5 Varvara Zelenskaja   Russia 424

Super GEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Katja Seizinger   Germany 545
2 Alexandra Meissnitzer   Austria 374
3 Martina Ertl   Germany 335
4 Isolde Kostner   Italy 291
5 Renate Götschl   Austria 424

Giant SlalomEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Martina Ertl   Germany 485
2 Katja Seizinger   Austria 410
3 Anita Wachter   Austria 371
4 Sabina Panzanini   Italy 313
5 Sonja Nef     Switzerland 292

SlalomEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Elfi Eder   Austria 580
2 Urska Hrovat   Slovenia 440
3 Pernilla Wiberg   Sweden 414
4 Marianne Kjørstad   Norway 398
5 Kristina Andersson   Sweden 360

CombinedEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Anita Wachter   Austria 100
2 Ingeborg Helen Marken   Norway 80
3 Hilde Gerg   Germany 60
4 Miriam Vogt   Germany 50
5 Picabo Street   United States 45

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1996 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  2. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1996 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

External linksEdit