1999–2000 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

The 34th World Cup season began in October 1999 and concluded at the World Cup finals in March 2000. The overall winners were Hermann Maier (his second) and Renate Götschl (her first), both of Austria.

FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 1999/2000
Discipline Men Women
Overall Austria Hermann Maier Austria Renate Götschl
Downhill Austria Hermann Maier Germany Regina Häusl
Super G Austria Hermann Maier Austria Renate Götschl
Giant Slalom Austria Hermann Maier Austria Michaela Dorfmeister
Slalom NorwayKjetil André Aamodt Slovenia Špela Pretnar
Nations Cup Austria Austria Austria Austria
Nations Cup overall Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 21 18
Individual 40 40

Maier set a new record for total points in one season, with 2000. This was not eclipsed until Tina Maze garnered 2,414 in the 2013 season.[1]

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Combined[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
1005 1 31 October 1999     Tignes GS 255    Hermann Maier     Michael von Grünigen  Kjetil André Aamodt
  Stephan Eberharter
1006 2 23 November 1999     Vail SL 293      Didier Plaschy   Thomas Stangassinger  Kjetil André Aamodt
  Matteo Nana
1007 3 24 November 1999   GS 256    Hermann Maier     Michael von Grünigen   Andreas Schifferer
1008 4 27 November 1999     Beaver Creek DH 295    Hermann Maier   Stephan Eberharter   Kristian Ghedina
1009 5 28 November 1999   SG 086    Hermann Maier   Stephan Eberharter  Lasse Kjus
1010 6 4 December 1999     Lake Louise DH 296    Hannes Trinkl   Hermann Maier   Stephan Eberharter
1011 7 5 December 1999   SG 087    Hermann Maier   Fredrik Nyberg   Josef Strobl
1012 8 13 December 1999     Madonna di Campiglio SL 294   Finn Christian Jagge   Benjamin Raich   Thomas Stangassinger
1013 9 17 December 1999     Val Gardena DH 297    Kristian Ghedina   Josef Strobl   Ed Podivinsky
1014 10 18 December 1999   DH 298    Andreas Schifferer   Kristian Ghedina   Hermann Maier
1015 11 19 December 1999     Alta Badia GS 257    Joël Chenal   Hermann Maier   Rainer Salzgeber
1016 12 21 December 1999     Kranjska Gora SL 295      Didier Plaschy   Benjamin Raich   Thomas Stangassinger
1017 13 22 December 1999     Saalbach GS 258    Christian Mayer   Hermann Maier   Benjamin Raich
1018 14 8 January 2000     Chamonix DH 299    Hermann Maier   Stephan Eberharter   Hannes Trinkl
1019 15 9 January 2000   SL 296    Angelo Weiss  Kjetil André Aamodt   Matjaž Vrhovnik
1020 16 9 January 2000   KB 078   Kjetil André Aamodt   Hermann Maier     Paul Accola
1021 17 15 January 2000       Wengen DH 300    Josef Strobl   Hermann Maier   Ed Podivinsky
1022 18 16 January 2000   SL 297   Kjetil André Aamodt  Ole Kristian Furuseth   Drago Grubelnik
1023 19 21 January 2000     Kitzbühel SG 088    Hermann Maier   Werner Franz     Didier Cuche
1024 20 22 January 2000   DH 301    Fritz Strobl   Kristian Ghedina
  Josef Strobl
1025 21 23 January 2000   SL 298    Mario Matt   Matjaž Vrhovnik   Benjamin Raich
1026 22 23 January 2000   KB 079   Kjetil André Aamodt   Fredrik Nyberg   Hermann Maier
1027 23 29 January 2000     Garmisch-Partenkirchen DH 302    Hermann Maier   Kristian Ghedina   Hannes Trinkl
1028 24 5 February 2000     Todtnau GS 259    Hermann Maier   Fredrik Nyberg     Michael von Grünigen
1029 25 6 February 2000   SL 299    Rainer Schönfelder  Kjetil André Aamodt  Ole Kristian Furuseth
1030 26 12 February 2000     St. Anton am Arlberg SG 089    Josef Strobl     Didier Cuche   Stephan Eberharter
1031 27 13 February 2000   SG 090    Werner Franz
  Fritz Strobl
  Hermann Maier
1032 28 20 February 2000       Adelboden SL 300    Matjaž Vrhovnik  Kjetil André Aamodt   Mario Matt
1033 29 26 February 2000     Yongpyong GS 260    Benjamin Raich     Michael von Grünigen   Joël Chenal
1034 30 27 February 2000   SL 301    Mitja Kunc  Ole Kristian Furuseth   Mario Matt
1035 31 3 March 2000     Kvitfjell DH 303    Daron Rahlves     Didier Cuche   Hermann Maier
1036 32 4 March 2000   DH 304    Daron Rahlves   Kristian Ghedina   Max Rauffer
1037 33 5 March 2000   SG 091    Kristian Ghedina   Hermann Maier   Andreas Schifferer
1038 34 8 March 2000     Kranjska Gora GS 261    Christian Mayer   Joël Chenal   Marco Büchel
1039 35 9 March 2000     Schladming SL 302    Mario Matt  Kjetil André Aamodt   Thomas Stangassinger
1040 36 11 March 2000     Hinterstoder GS 262    Christian Mayer   Marco Büchel   Hermann Maier
1041 37 15 March 2000     Bormio DH 305    Hannes Trinkl   Hermann Maier   Christian Greber
1042 38 16 March 2000   SG 092    Hermann Maier   Fritz Strobl   Werner Franz
  Andreas Schifferer
1043 39 18 March 2000   GS 263    Benjamin Raich   Christian Mayer   Heinz Schilchegger
1044 40 19 March 2000   SL 303   Ole Kristian Furuseth   Benjamin Raich   Matjaž Vrhovnik

LadiesEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Combined[3]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
937 1 31 October 1999     Tignes GS 249      Sonja Nef   Anna Ottosson   Anita Wachter
938 2 19 November 1999     Copper Mountain GS 250    Régine Cavagnoud   Karen Putzer   Michaela Dorfmeister
939 3 20 November 1999   SL 284    Christel Pascal
  Špela Pretnar
 Trine Bakke
940 4 27 November 1999     Lake Louise DH 246    Isolde Kostner   Hilde Gerg     Corinne Rey-Bellet
941 5 28 November 1999   SG 091    Mojca Suhadolc   Hilde Gerg   Isolde Kostner
942 6 4 December 1999     Serre Chevalier GS 251    Michaela Dorfmeister   Anita Wachter   Silke Bachmann
943 7 5 December 1999   SL 285    Janica Kostelić   Trine Bakke   Sabine Egger
944 8 8 December 1999     Val d'Isère SG 092    Isolde Kostner   Hilde Gerg   Pernilla Wiberg
945 9 9 December 1999   GS 252    Michaela Dorfmeister   Silvia Berger   Régine Cavagnoud
946 10 12 December 1999     Sestriere SL 286    Janica Kostelić   Anja Pärson   Christel Pascal
947 11 17 December 1999       St. Moritz DH 247    Isolde Kostner   Regina Häusl   Špela Bračun
948 12 18 December 1999   DH 248    Pernilla Wiberg   Renate Götschl   Hilde Gerg
949 13 19 December 1999   SG 093    Karen Putzer   Alessandra Merlin   Régine Cavagnoud
950 14 28 December 1999     Lienz GS 253    Anita Wachter   Allison Forsyth   Birgit Heeb
951 15 29 December 1999   SL 287    Sabine Egger   Nataša Bokal   Karin Köllerer
952 16 5 January 2000     Maribor GS 254    Michaela Dorfmeister     Sonja Nef   Anita Wachter
953 17 6 January 2000   SL 288   Trine Bakke   Špela Pretnar   Sabine Egger
954 18 8 January 2000     Berchtesgaden GS 255    Michaela Dorfmeister   Karen Putzer   Martina Ertl
955 19 9 January 2000   SL 289    Špela Pretnar   Christel Pascal  Trine Bakke
956 20 15 January 2000     Altenmarkt DH 249      Corinne Rey-Bellet   Regina Häusl   Martina Ertl
957 21 16 January 2000   SG 094    Renate Götschl   Tanja Schneider   Regina Häusl
958 22 22 January 2000     Cortina d'Ampezzo DH 250    Régine Cavagnoud   Tanja Schneider   Mojca Suhadolc
959 23 23 January 2000   GS 256    Anna Ottosson   Allison Forsyth
  Birgit Heeb
960 24 10 February 2000     Santa Caterina DH 251    Isolde Kostner   Regina Häusl     Corinne Rey-Bellet
961 25 11 February 2000   SG 095    Michaela Dorfmeister   Régine Cavagnoud   Renate Götschl
962 26 12 February 2000   SL 290    Špela Pretnar   Christel Pascal   Anja Pärson
963 27 12 February 2000   KB 068    Renate Götschl   Caroline Lalive   Andrine Flemmen
964 28 17 February 2000     Åre GS 257      Sonja Nef   Anita Wachter   Brigitte Obermoser
965 29 18 February 2000   DH 252    Renate Götschl   Regina Häusl   Stefanie Schuster
966 30 20 February 2000   SL 291    Špela Pretnar   Kristina Koznick   Anja Pärson
967 31 25 February 2000     Innsbruck DH 253    Renate Götschl   Regina Häusl   Michaela Dorfmeister
968 32 26 February 2000   SG 096    Mélanie Turgeon   Renate Götschl   Tanja Schneider
969 33 27 February 2000   SG 097    Renate Götschl   Mélanie Turgeon   Mojca Suhadolc
970 34 5 March 2000       Lenzerheide DH 254      Corinne Imlig   Petra Haltmayr   Olesya Aliyeva
  Renate Götschl
971 35 10 March 2000     Sestriere SL 292    Kristina Koznick   Christel Pascal   Špela Pretnar
972 36 11 March 2000   GS 258      Sonja Nef   Carolina Ruiz Castillo   Michaela Dorfmeister
973 37 15 March 2000     Bormio DH 255    Régine Cavagnoud     Corinne Rey-Bellet   Renate Götschl
974 38 16 March 2000   SG 098    Renate Götschl   Martina Ertl   Brigitte Obermoser
975 39 18 March 2000   GS 259    Brigitte Obermoser   Michaela Dorfmeister   Birgit Heeb
976 40 19 March 2000   SL 293    Kristina Koznick   Anja Pärson   Elisabetta Biavaschi

MenEdit

OverallEdit

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Place Name Country Total
1 Hermann Maier   Austria 2000
2 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 1440
3 Josef Strobl   Austria 994
4 Kristian Ghedina   Italy 958
5 Andreas Schifferer   Austria 905
6 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 904
7 Fritz Strobl   Austria 889
8 Christian Mayer   Austria 802
9 Benjamin Raich   Austria 788
10 Werner Franz   Austria 762

DownhillEdit

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In Men's Downhill World Cup 1999/2000 the all results count.

Place Name Country Total 4  6  9  10  14  17  20  23  31  32  37 
1 Hermann Maier   Austria 800 100 80 40 60 100 80 50 100 60 50 80
2 Kristian Ghedina   Italy 677 60 32 100 80 50 50 80 45 80 80 20
3 Josef Strobl   Austria 533 7 50 80 50 45 100 80 50 13 22 36
4 Hannes Trinkl   Austria 507 - 100 20 11 60 45 45 60 26 40 100
5 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 454 80 60 45 15 80 36 26 40 36 36 -
6 Fritz Strobl   Austria 453 14 26 50 40 29 45 100 36 50 13 50
7 Andreas Schifferer   Austria 354 32 45 26 100 36 16 40 32 18 9 -
8 Werner Franz   Austria 317 40 3 32 32 24 26 29 45 32 14 40
9 Ed Podivinsky   Canada 298 20 22 60 26 11 60 16 16 2 20 45
10 Daron Rahlves   United States 273 - 16 3 - 3 9 5 8 100 100 29

Super GEdit

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In Men's Super G World Cup 1999/2000 all results count. Hermann Maier won his third Super G World Cup in a row. Austrian athletes won six races out of seven.

Place Name Country Total 6  7  19  26  27  33  38 
1 Hermann Maier   Austria 540 100 100 100 - 60 80 100
2 Werner Franz   Austria 371 32 29 80 50 100 20 60
3 Fritz Strobl   Austria 354 15 45 24 40 100 50 80
4 Josef Strobl   Austria 305 26 60 50 100 24 29 16
5 Andreas Schifferer   Austria 294 50 36 24 24 40 60 60
6 Fredrik Nyberg   Sweden 272 36 80 13 45 50 3 45
7 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 246 80 50 - 60 32 - 24
8 Kristian Ghedina   Italy 216 - 40 32 15 9 100 20
9 Didier Cuche     Switzerland 214 22 7 60 80 45 - -
10 Daron Rahlves   United States 183 18 32 26 - 22 45 40

Giant SlalomEdit

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In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1999/2000 all results count. Austrian athletes won eight races out of nine.

Place Name Country Total 1  3  11  13  24  29  34  36  39 
1 Hermann Maier   Austria 520 100 100 80 80 100 - - 60 -
2 Christian Mayer   Austria 517 40 15 36 100 32 14 100 100 80
3 Michael von Grünigen     Switzerland 466 80 80 26 50 60 80 32 18 40
4 Benjamin Raich   Austria 420 45 32 12 60 45 100 - 26 100
5 Joël Chenal   France 349 26 18 100 40 16 60 80 9 -
6 Marco Büchel   Liechtenstein 290 - 13 - 13 50 45 60 80 29
7 Fredrik Nyberg   Sweden 279 - 45 24 32 80 - 26 40 32
8 Mitja Kunc   Slovenia 275 22 16 20 20 29 50 36 32 50
9 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 259 60 40 50 36 26 18 29 - -
10 Heinz Schilchegger   Austria 233 9 20 13 14 24 7 50 36 60

SlalomEdit

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In Men's Slalom World Cup 1999/2000 the all results count.

Place Name Country Total 2  8  12  15  18  21  25  28  30  35  40 
1 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 598 60 32 22 80 100 36 80 80 18 50 40
2 Ole Kristian Furuseth   Norway 544 - 26 - 50 80 50 60 18 80 80 100
3 Matjaž Vrhovnik   Slovenia 538 26 40 40 60 50 80 45 100 15 22 60
4 Mario Matt   Austria 384 - - 14 - - 100 50 60 60 100 -
5 Thomas Stangassinger   Austria 369 80 60 60 36 6 45 22 - - 60 -
6 Benjamin Raich   Austria 368 - 80 80 32 - 60 36 - - - 80
7 Rainer Schönfelder   Austria 307 20 29 29 15 40 18 100 - 24 - 32
8 Didier Plaschy     Switzerland 281 100 - 100 - - - - - 36 - 45
9 Hans Petter Buraas   Norway 261 45 - 20 - 22 - 29 50 - 45 50
10 Jure Košir   Slovenia 238 15 45 36 8 29 12 24 40 7 - 22
11 Angelo Weiss   Italy 237 - 36 - 100 36 - 20 16 - - 29
12 Mitja Kunc   Slovenia 232 - 9 24 45 24 16 - - 100 14 -
13 Sébastien Amiez   France 190 32 - - - 7 - 32 45 22 32 20
14 Kilian Albrecht   Austria 189 9 5 - 9 9 29 12 24 26 40 26
15 Finn Christian Jagge   Norway 180 11 100 - - 15 9 26 - 10 9 -

CombinedEdit

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In Men's Combined World Cup 1999/2000 both results count. Kjetil André Aamodt won his fourth Combined World Cup.

Place Name Country Total 16  22 
1 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 200 100 100
2 Hermann Maier   Austria 140 80 60
3 Frederik Nyberg   Sweden 102 22 80
4 Paul Accola     Switzerland 100 60 40
5 Fritz Strobl   Austria 82 32 50
6 Bruno Kernen     Switzerland 81 36 45
7 Werner Franz   Austria 74 45 29
8 Kristian Ghedina   Italy 65 29 36
9 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 50 50 -
10 Hannes Trinkl   Austria 44 18 26
Antoine Dénériaz   France 44 20 24

LadiesEdit

OverallEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Renate Götschl   Austria 1631
2 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 1306
3 Régine Cavagnoud   France 1036
4 Isolde Kostner   Italy 878
5 Brigitte Obermoser   Austria 806
6 Sonja Nef     Switzerland 789
7 Špela Pretnar   Slovenia 714
8 Anja Pärson   Sweden 704
9 Martina Ertl   Germany 701
10 Tanja Schneider   Austria 695

DownhillEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Regina Häusl   Germany 529
2 Renate Götschl   Austria 524
3 Isolde Kostner   Italy 484
4 Corinne Rey-Bellet     Switzerland 435
5 Régine Cavagnoud   France 417

Super GEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Renate Götschl   Austria 554
2 Melanie Turgeon   Canada 343
3 Mojca Suhadolc   Slovenia 341
4 Régine Cavagnoud   France 330
5 Isolde Kostner   Italy 300

Giant SlalomEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 684
2 Sonja Nef     Switzerland 602
3 Anita Wachter   Austria 470
4 Anna Ottosson   Sweden 402
5 Allison Forsyth   Canada 373

SlalomEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Špela Pretnar   Slovenia 645
2 Christel Pascal   France 626
3 Anja Pärson   Sweden 499
4 Trine Bakke   Norway 434
5 Kristina Koznick   United States 428

CombinedEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Renate Götschl   Austria 100
2 Caroline Lalive   United States 80
3 Andrine Flemmen   Norway 60
4 Stefanie Schuster   Austria 50
5 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 45

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ New York Daily News, "Tina Maze is the Slovenian beauty who'll be Lindsey Vonn's biggest adversary at the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014", Nathaniel Vinton, 16 March 2013
  2. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2000 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  3. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2000 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

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