2000–01 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

The 35th World Cup season began in October 2000 in Sölden, Austria, and concluded in March 2001 at the World Cup finals at Åre, Sweden. The overall winners were Hermann Maier of Austria, his third, and Janica Kostelić of Croatia, her first. Maier won 13 races and had nearly twice the points of his nearest competitor, compatriot Stephan Eberharter. In the women's competition, Kostelić won nine races and won the overall by 67 points over Renate Götschl of Austria. There were no North Americans in the top ten of either competition.

FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2000/01
Discipline Men Women
Overall Austria Hermann Maier Croatia Janica Kostelić
Downhill Austria Hermann Maier Italy Isolde Kostner
Super-G Austria Hermann Maier France Régine Cavagnoud
Giant slalom Austria Hermann Maier Switzerland Sonja Nef
Slalom Austria Benjamin Raich Croatia Janica Kostelić
Combined Norway Lasse Kjus Croatia Janica Kostelić
Nations Cup Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 17 16
Individual 33 34
Cancelled 3 3
Rescheduled 5

A break in the schedule was for the 2001 World Championships, held in St. Anton am Arlberg, Austria, between 29 January and 10 February 2001.

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
1045 1 29 October 2000     Sölden GS 264    Hermann Maier   Stephan Eberharter   Fredrik Nyberg
1046 2 17 November 2000     Park City GS 265    Michael von Grünigen   Lasse Kjus   Hermann Maier
1047 3 19 November 2000   SL 304    Heinz Schilchegger   Mario Matt   Kjetil André Aamodt
1048 4 25 November 2000     Lake Louise DH 306    Stephan Eberharter   Silvano Beltrametti   Lasse Kjus
1049 5 26 November 2000   SG 093    Hermann Maier   Lasse Kjus   Andreas Schifferer
1050 6 2 December 2000     Beaver Creek DH 307    Hermann Maier   Lasse Kjus   Stephan Eberharter
1051 7 3 December 2000   SG 094    Fredrik Nyberg   Christoph Gruber   Kenneth Sivertsen
1052 8 9 December 2000     Val d'Isère DH 308    Hermann Maier   Stephan Eberharter   Fritz Strobl
1053 9 10 December 2000   GS 266    Hermann Maier   Heinz Schilchegger   Andreas Schifferer
1054 10 11 December 2000     Sestriere SL 305    Hans Petter Buraas   Kilian Albrecht   Pierrick Bourgeat
16 December 2000     Val Gardena DH cnx  replaced in Val d'Isère on 16 December 2000
1055 11 [nb 1]16 December 2000     Val d'Isère DH 309    Alessandro Fattori   Kristian Ghedina   Roland Fischnaller
17 December 2000     Val Gardena GS cnx  replaced in Val d'Isère on 17 December 2000
1056 12 [nb 2]17 December 2000     Val d'Isère GS 267    Michael von Grünigen   Heinz Schilchegger   Bode Miller
1057 13 [nb 3]19 December 2000     Madonna di Campiglio SL 306    Mario Matt   Heinz Schilchegger   Rainer Schönfelder
1058 14 [nb 4]21 December 2000     Bormio GS 268    Christoph Gruber   Erik Schlopy   Fredrik Nyberg
1059 15 6 January 2001     Les Arcs GS 269    Michael von Grünigen   Benjamin Raich   Marco Büchel
7 January 2001   SL cnx  canceled
1060 16 9 January 2001     Adelboden GS 270    Hermann Maier   Michael von Grünigen   Fredrik Nyberg
13 January 2001     Wengen DH cnx  replaced in Kvitfjell on 2 March 2001
1061 17 14 January 2001   SL 307    Benjamin Raich   Rainer Schönfelder   Mario Matt
14 January 2001   KB cnx  canceled
1062 18 19 January 2001     Kitzbühel SG 095    Hermann Maier   Josef Strobl   Werner Franz
1063 19 20 January 2001   DH 310    Hermann Maier   Hannes Trinkl   Stephan Eberharter
  Daron Rahlves
1064 20 21 January 2001   SL 308    Benjamin Raich   Jure Košir   Hans Petter Buraas
1065 21 21 January 2001   KB 080    Lasse Kjus   Michael Walchhofer   Kjetil André Aamodt
1066 22 23 January 2001     Schladming SL 309    Benjamin Raich   Hans Petter Buraas   Mitja Kunc
1067 23 27 January 2001     Garmisch-Partenkirchen DH 311    Fritz Strobl   Peter Rzehak   Franco Cavegn
1068 24 28 January 2001   SG 096    Christoph Gruber   Hermann Maier   Didier Cuche
2001 World Championships (29 January – 10 February)
1069 25 15 February 2001     Shiga Kōgen GS 271    Hermann Maier   Marco Büchel   Benjamin Raich
1070 26 17 February 2001   SL 310    Pierrick Bourgeat   Heinz Schilchegger   Benjamin Raich
1071 27 18 February 2001   SL 311    Pierrick Bourgeat   Heinz Schilchegger   Jure Košir
24 February 2001     Ogden DH cnx  canceled
25 February 2001   SG cnx 
1072 28 [nb 5]2 March 2001     Kvitfjell DH 312    Hermann Maier   Florian Eckert   Lasse Kjus
1073 29 3 March 2001   DH 313    Stephan Eberharter   Florian Eckert   Fritz Strobl
1074 30 4 March 2001   SG 097    Hermann Maier   Hannes Trinkl   Stephan Eberharter
1075 31 8 March 2001     Åre DH 314    Hermann Maier   Stephan Eberharter   Kenneth Sivertsen
9 March 2001   SG cnx  canceled
1076 32 10 March 2001   GS 272    Hermann Maier   Erik Schlopy   Benjamin Raich
1077 33 11 March 2001   SL 312    Benjamin Raich   Mario Matt   Sébastien Amiez

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
977 1 28 October 2000     Sölden GS 260    Martina Ertl   Andrine Flemmen   Anja Pärson
978 2 16 November 2000     Park City GS 261    Sonja Nef   Brigitte Obermoser   Anja Pärson
979 3 18 November 2000   SL 294    Janica Kostelić   Martina Ertl   Christel Pascal
980 4 24 November 2000     Aspen SG 099    Michaela Dorfmeister   Régine Cavagnoud   Corinne Rey-Bellet
981 5 25 November 2000   SL 295    Janica Kostelić   Martina Ertl   Kristina Koznick
982 6 30 November 2000     Lake Louise DH 256    Petra Haltmayr   Isolde Kostner   Renate Götschl
983 7 1 December 2000   DH 257    Isolde Kostner   Carole Montillet   Corinne Rey-Bellet
984 8 2 December 2000   SG 100    Renate Götschl   Régine Cavagnoud   Martina Ertl
985 9 6 December 2000     Val d'Isère SG 101    Régine Cavagnoud   Michaela Dorfmeister   Carole Montillet
986 10 [nb 6]9 December 2000     Sestriere GS 262    Michaela Dorfmeister   Anja Pärson   Sonja Nef
987 11 10 December 2000   SL 296    Janica Kostelić   Sarah Schleper   Trine Bakke
988 12 16 December 2000     Sankt Moritz DH 258    Brigitte Obermoser   Renate Götschl   Emily Brydon
989 13 17 December 2000   DH 259    Renate Götschl   Isolde Kostner   Régine Cavagnoud
990 14 [nb 7]19 December 2000     Sestriere GS 263    Sonja Nef   Anja Pärson   Renate Götschl
991 15 20 December 2000   SL 297    Janica Kostelić   Trine Bakke   Kristina Koznick
992 16 28 December 2000     Semmering GS 264    Sonja Nef   Corinne Rey-Bellet   Sarah Schleper
993 17 30 December 2000   SL 298    Janica Kostelić   Sonja Nef   Trine Bakke
994 18 6 January 2001     Maribor GS 265    Sonja Nef   Karen Putzer   Renate Götschl
7 January 2001   SL cnx  canceled
995 19 13 January 2001     Haus DH 260    Renate Götschl   Isolde Kostner   Mélanie Turgeon
996 20 13 January 2001   SG 102    Régine Cavagnoud   Mélanie Turgeon   Renate Götschl
997 21 14 January 2001     Flachau SL 299    Janica Kostelić   Karin Köllerer
  Laure Pequegnot
998 22 13 January 2001  
14 January 2001  
  Haus (DH)
  Flachau (SL)
KB 069    Janica Kostelić   Caroline Lalive   Renate Götschl
999 23 19 January 2001     Cortina d'Ampezzo DH 261    Isolde Kostner   Renate Götschl   Régine Cavagnoud
1000 24 20 January 2001   SG 103    Régine Cavagnoud   Mélanie Turgeon   Renate Götschl
1001 25 21 January 2001   GS 266    Sonja Nef   Allison Forsyth   Michaela Dorfmeister
1002 26 26 January 2001     Ofterschwang SL 300    Janica Kostelić   Kristina Koznick   Sonja Nef
27 January 2001   GS cnx  canceled
2001 World Championships (29 January – 10 February)
1003 27 16 February 2001     Ga-Pa SG 104    Carole Montillet   Renate Götschl   Brigitte Obermoser
17 February 2001   SG cnx  canceled
1004 28 18 February 2001   SL 301    Janica Kostelić   Christel Pascal   Karin Köllerer
1005 29 24 February 2001     Lenzerheide DH 262    Kirsten Lee Clark   Régine Cavagnoud   Petra Haltmayr
1006 30 25 February 2001   SG 105    Isolde Kostner   Renate Götschl   Carole Montillet
1007 31 8 March 2001     Åre DH 263    Hilde Gerg   Isolde Kostner   Sylviane Berthod
1008 32 9 March 2001   SG 106    Corinne Rey-Bellet   Mélanie Turgeon   Régine Cavagnoud
1009 33 10 March 2001   SL 302    Sonja Nef   Martina Ertl   Anja Pärson
1010 34 11 March 2001   GS 267    Sonja Nef   Anja Pärson   Ylva Nowén

MenEdit

OverallEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Hermann Maier   Austria 1618
2 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 875
3 Lasse Kjus   Norway 866
4 Benjamin Raich   Austria 865
5 Michael von Grünigen    Switzerland 743
6 Heinz Schilchegger   Austria 730
7 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 668
8 Josef Strobl   Austria 527
9 Fredrik Nyberg   Sweden 475
10 Didier Cuche    Switzerland 473

DownhillEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Hermann Maier   Austria 576
2 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 562
3 Josef Strobl   Austria 402
4 Hannes Trinkl   Austria 313
5 Lasse Kjus   Norway 301

Super GEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Hermann Maier   Austria 420
2 Christoph Gruber   Austria 246
3 Josef Strobl   Austria 228
4 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 208
5 Werner Franz   Austria 182

Giant slalomEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Hermann Maier   Austria 622
2 Michael von Grünigen    Switzerland 612
3 Erik Schlopy   United States 350
4 Benjamin Raich   Austria 320
5 Heinz Schilchegger   Austria 316

SlalomEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Benjamin Raich   Austria 546
2 Heinz Schilchegger   Austria 414
3 Mario Matt   Austria 406
4 Pierrick Bourgeat   Austria 368
5 Hans Petter Buraas   Norway 340

CombinedEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Lasse Kjus   Norway 100
2 Michael Walchhofer   Austria 80
Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 60
4 Paul Casey Puckett   United States 50
5 Paul Accola    Switzerland 45

LadiesEdit

OverallEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Janica Kostelić   Croatia 1256
2 Renate Götschl   Austria 1189
3 Régine Cavagnoud   France 1105
4 Sonja Nef    Switzerland 1060
5 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 923
6 Isolde Kostner   Italy 895
7 Martina Ertl   Germany 776
8 Corinne Rey-Bellet    Switzerland 744
9 Carole Montillet   France 702
10 Brigitte Obermoser   Austria 669

DownhillEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Isolde Kostner   Italy 596
2 Renate Götschl   Austria 465
3 Régine Cavagnoud   France 360
4 Carole Montillet   France 297
5 Brigitte Obermoser   Austria 295

Super GEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Régine Cavagnoud   France 577
2 Renate Götschl   Austria 466
3 Carole Montillet   France 405
4 Mélanie Turgeon   Canada 364
5 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 332

Giant slalomEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Sonja Nef    Switzerland 676
2 Anja Pärson   Sweden 408
3 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 341
4 Karen Putzer   Italy 297
5 Corinne Rey-Bellet    Switzerland 265

SlalomEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Janica Kostelić   Croatia 824
2 Sonja Nef    Switzerland 384
3 Martina Ertl   Germany 346
4 Karin Köllerer   Austria 340
5 Laure Pequegnot   France 317

CombinedEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Janica Kostelić   Croatia 100
2 Caroline Lalive   United States 80
3 Renate Götschl   Austria 60
4 Karen Putzer   Italy 50
5 Pia Käyhkö   Finland 45

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Downhill from Val Gardena was rescheduled to Val d'Isère.
  2. ^ Giant slalom from Alta Badia was rescheduled to Val d'Isère.
  3. ^ Slalom from Kranjska Gora was rescheduled to Madonna di Campiglio.
  4. ^ Giant slalom from Kranjska Gora was rescheduled to Bormio.
  5. ^ Downhill from Wengen was rescheduled to Kvitfjell.
  6. ^ Sestriere replaced the giant slalom from Val d'Isère.
  7. ^ The competitions on 19 and 20 December 2000 in Sestriere replaced the competitions planned for 20 and 21 December in Jasná, Slovakia.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2001 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  2. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2001 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

External linksEdit