2011–12 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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The 46th World Cup season began on 22 October 2011, in Sölden, Austria, and concluded on 18 March 2012, at the World Cup finals in Schladming, Austria.[1][2]

FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2011/12
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Austria Marcel Hirscher United States Lindsey Vonn
Downhill Austria Klaus Kröll United States Lindsey Vonn
Super-G Norway Aksel Lund Svindal United States Lindsey Vonn
Giant slalom Austria Marcel Hirscher Germany Viktoria Rebensburg
Slalom Sweden André Myhrer Austria Marlies Schild
Super combined Croatia Ivica Kostelić United States Lindsey Vonn
Nations Cup Austria Austria Austria Austria
Nations Cup Overall Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 21 20
Individual 44 37
Mixed 1 1
Cancelled 1 3
Rescheduled 6 8
2012 World Cup Champions
Marcel Hirscher won his first overall title.
Lindsey Vonn became only the second female to win at least four overall World Cup titles, after Annemarie Moser-Pröll.

Two pre-Olympic races took place at Rosa Khutor, the alpine venue for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Two city events, first held as a part of World Cup in the 2011 season, were scheduled for Munich and Moscow,[1][2] but the Munich event was cancelled due to warm temperatures.[3]

Lindsey Vonn won her fourth overall women's title in five years, clinching it with a giant slalom win on 9 March at Åre, Sweden.[4] Vonn's title put her second on the all-time list behind Annemarie Moser-Pröll's tally of six titles.[5] The men's overall title went to the final event at Schladming, where Austria's Marcel Hirscher prevailed over Switzerland's Beat Feuz.[6]

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Classic Combined, SC – Super Combined, CE – City Event (Parallel)[7]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
1444 1 23 October 2011     Sölden GS 347    Ted Ligety   Alexis Pinturault   Philipp Schörghofer [1]
13 November 2011     Levi SL cnx  lack of snow; replaced in Flachau 21 December 2011[8]
1445 2 26 November 2011     Lake Louise DH 414      Didier Cuche     Beat Feuz   Hannes Reichelt [2]
1446 3 27 November 2011   SG 159    Aksel Lund Svindal     Didier Cuche   Adrien Théaux [3]
1447 4 2 December 2011     Beaver Creek DH 415    Bode Miller     Beat Feuz   Klaus Kröll [4]
1448 5 3 December 2011   SG 160      Sandro Viletta   Aksel Lund Svindal     Beat Feuz [5]
1449 6 4 December 2011   GS 348    Marcel Hirscher   Ted Ligety   Fritz Dopfer [6]
1450 7 [nb 1]6 December 2011   GS 349    Ted Ligety   Marcel Hirscher   Kjetil Jansrud [7]
1451 8 [nb 2]8 December 2011   SL 411    Ivica Kostelić   Cristian Deville   Marcel Hirscher [8]
10 December 2011     Val-d'Isère GS cnx  lack of snow; replaced in Beaver Creek 6 December 2011
11 December 2011   SL cnx  lack of snow; replaced in Beaver Creek on 8 December 2011
1452 9 16 December 2011     Val Gardena SG 161      Beat Feuz   Bode Miller   Kjetil Jansrud [9]
17 December 2011   DH cnx  cancelled after 21 skiers, strong winds; replaced in Chamonix on 3 February 2012[10]
1453 10 18 December 2011     Alta Badia GS 350    Massimiliano Blardone   Hannes Reichelt   Philipp Schörghofer [10]
1454 11 19 December 2011   SL 412    Marcel Hirscher   Giuliano Razzoli   Felix Neureuther [11]
1455 12 [nb 3]21 December 2011     Flachau SL 413    Ivica Kostelić   André Myhrer   Cristian Deville [12]
1456 13 29 December 2011     Bormio DH 416      Didier Défago     Patrick Küng   Klaus Kröll [13]
1 January 2012     Munich CE cnx  lack of snow[3]
1457 14 5 January 2012     Zagreb SL 414    Marcel Hirscher   Felix Neureuther   Ivica Kostelić [14]
1458 15 7 January 2012     Adelboden GS 351    Marcel Hirscher   Benjamin Raich   Massimiliano Blardone [15]
1459 16 8 January 2012   SL 415    Marcel Hirscher   Ivica Kostelić   Stefano Gross [16]
1460 17 13 January 2012     Wengen SC 113    Ivica Kostelić     Beat Feuz   Bode Miller [17]
1461 18 14 January 2012   DH 417      Beat Feuz   Hannes Reichelt   Christof Innerhofer [18]
1462 19 15 January 2012   SL 416    Ivica Kostelić   André Myhrer   Fritz Dopfer [19]
20 January 2012     Kitzbühel SG cnx  rain; replaced in Crans-Montana on 24 February 2012[12]
1463 20 21 January 2012   DH 418      Didier Cuche   Romed Baumann   Klaus Kröll [20]
1464 21 22 January 2012   SL 417    Cristian Deville   Mario Matt   Ivica Kostelić [21]
1465 22 22 January 2012   KB 114    Ivica Kostelić     Beat Feuz     Silvan Zurbriggen [22]
1466 23 24 January 2012     Schladming SL 418    Marcel Hirscher   Stefano Gross   Mario Matt [23]
1467 24 28 January 2012     Garmisch DH 419      Didier Cuche   Erik Guay   Hannes Reichelt [24]
29 January 2012   SG cnx  fog; replaced in Kvitfjell on 2 March 2012[12]
1468 25 [nb 4]3 February 2012     Chamonix DH 420    Klaus Kröll   Bode Miller     Didier Cuche [http
1469 26 4 February 2012   DH 421    Jan Hudec   Romed Baumann   Erik Guay [25]
1470 27 5 February 2012   SC 115    Romed Baumann   Alexis Pinturault     Beat Feuz [26]
1471 28 11 February 2012     Sochi DH 422      Beat Feuz   Benjamin Thomsen   Adrien Théaux [27]
1472 29 12 February 2012   SC 116    Ivica Kostelić     Beat Feuz   Thomas Mermillod-Blondin [28]
1473 30 18 February 2012     Bansko GS 352    Marcel Hirscher   Massimiliano Blardone   Marcel Mathis [29]
1474 31 19 February 2012   SL 419    Marcel Hirscher   André Myhrer   Stefano Gross [30]
1475 32 21 February 2012     Moscow CE 002    Alexis Pinturault   Felix Neureuther   André Myhrer [31]
1476 33 [nb 5]24 February 2012     Crans-Montana SG 162      Didier Cuche   Jan Hudec   Benjamin Raich [32]
1477 34 25 February 2012   SG 163    Benjamin Raich   Adrien Théaux     Didier Cuche [33]
1478 35 26 February 2012   GS 353    Massimiliano Blardone   Marcel Hirscher   Hannes Reichelt [34]
1479 36 [nb 6]2 March 2012     Kvitfjell SG 164      Beat Feuz
  Klaus Kröll
  Kjetil Jansrud [35]
1480 37 3 March 2012   DH 423    Klaus Kröll   Kjetil Jansrud   Aksel Lund Svindal [36]
1481 38 4 March 2012   SG 165    Kjetil Jansrud   Aksel Lund Svindal     Beat Feuz [37]
1482 39 10 March 2012     Kranjska Gora GS 354    Ted Ligety   Alexis Pinturault   Marcel Hirscher [38]
1483 40 11 March 2012   SL 420    André Myhrer   Cristian Deville   Alexis Pinturault [39]
1484 41 14 March 2012     Schladming DH 424    Aksel Lund Svindal   Beat Feuz   Hannes Reichelt [40]
1485 42 15 March 2012   SG 166    Christof Innerhofer   Alexis Pinturault   Marcel Hirscher [41]
1486 43 17 March 2012   GS 355    Marcel Hirscher   Hannes Reichelt   Marcel Mathis [42]
1487 44 18 March 2012   SL 421    André Myhrer   Felix Neureuther   Mario Matt [43]

LadiesEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, SC – Super Combined, CE – City Event (Parallel)[14]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
1351 1 22 October 2011     Sölden GS 346    Lindsey Vonn   Viktoria Rebensburg   Elisabeth Görgl [44]
12 November 2011     Levi SL cnx  lack of snow; replaced in Flachau on 20 December 2011[8]
1352 2 26 November 2011     Aspen GS 347    Viktoria Rebensburg   Elisabeth Görgl   Julia Mancuso [45]
1353 3 27 November 2011   SL 391    Marlies Schild   Maria Pietilä Holmner   Maria Höfl-Riesch [46]
1354 4 2 December 2011     Lake Louise DH 345    Lindsey Vonn   Tina Weirather     Dominique Gisin [47]
1355 5 3 December 2011   DH 346    Lindsey Vonn   Marie Marchand-Arvier   Elisabeth Görgl [48]
1356 6 4 December 2011   SG 178    Lindsey Vonn   Anna Fenninger   Julia Mancuso [49]
1357 7 [nb 7]7 December 2011     Beaver Creek SG 179    Lindsey Vonn     Fabienne Suter   Anna Fenninger [50]
10 December 2011     Val-d'Isère SG cnx  lack of snow; replaced in Beaver Creek on 7 December 2011[9]
11 December 2011   SC cnx  lack of snow; replaced in St. Moritz on 29 January 2012[15]
17 December 2011     Courchevel SL cnx  heavy snow; replaced in Courchevel on 18 December 2011[16]
18 December 2011   GS cnx  heavy snow; replaced in Soldeu on 10 February 2012[17]
1358 8 [nb 8]18 December 2011   SL 392    Marlies Schild   Tanja Poutiainen   Kathrin Zettel [51]
1359 9 [nb 9]20 December 2011     Flachau SL 393    Marlies Schild   Maria Höfl-Riesch   Tina Maze [52]
1360 10 28 December 2011     Lienz GS 348    Anna Fenninger   Federica Brignone   Tessa Worley [53]
1361 11 29 December 2011   SL 394    Marlies Schild   Tina Maze   Mikaela Shiffrin [54]
1 January 2012     Munich CE cnx  lack of snow[3]
1362 12 3 January 2012     Zagreb SL 395    Marlies Schild   Tina Maze   Michaela Kirchgasser [55]
1363 13 7 January 2012     Bad Kleinkirchheim DH 347    Elisabeth Görgl   Julia Mancuso     Fabienne Suter [56]
1364 14 8 January 2012   SG 180      Fabienne Suter   Tina Maze   Anna Fenninger [57]
1365 15 14 January 2012     Cortina d'Ampezzo DH 348    Daniela Merighetti   Lindsey Vonn   Maria Höfl-Riesch [58]
1366 16 15 January 2012   SG 181    Lindsey Vonn   Maria Höfl-Riesch   Tina Maze [59]
21 January 2012     Maribor GS cnx  lack of snow; replaced in Kranjska Gora on 21 January 2012
22 January 2012   SL cnx  lack of snow; replaced in Kranjska Gora on 22 January 2012
1367 17 [nb 10]21 January 2012     Kranjska Gora GS 349    Tessa Worley   Federica Brignone   Viktoria Rebensburg [60]
1368 18 [nb 11]22 January 2012   SL 396    Michaela Kirchgasser   Tanja Poutiainen   Veronika Zuzulová [61]
1369 19 27 January 2012     St. Moritz SC 090    Lindsey Vonn   Tina Maze   Nicole Hosp [62]
1370 20 28 January 2012   DH 349    Lindsey Vonn   Maria Höfl-Riesch   Tina Weirather [63]
1371 21 [nb 12]29 January 2012   SC 091    Maria Höfl-Riesch   Lindsey Vonn   Nicole Hosp [64]
1372 22 4 February 2012     Garmisch DH 350    Lindsey Vonn     Nadja Kamer   Tina Weirather [65]
1373 23 5 February 2012   SG 182    Julia Mancuso   Anna Fenninger   Tina Weirather [66]
[nb 13]10 February 2012     Soldeu GS cnx  strong winds; replaced in Ofterschwang on 2 March 2012[19]
1374 24 [20] 11 February 2012   SL 397    Marlies Schild   Frida Hansdotter   Kathrin Zettel [67]
1375 25 12 February 2012   GS 350    Tessa Worley   Tina Maze   Maria Höfl-Riesch [68]
1376 26 18 February 2012     Sochi DH 351    Maria Höfl-Riesch   Elisabeth Görgl   Lindsey Vonn [69]
19 February 2012   SC cnx  heavy snow[21]
1377 27 21 February 2012     Moscow CE 002    Julia Mancuso   Michaela Kirchgasser   Lindsey Vonn [70]
25 February 2012     Bansko DH cnx  strong winds[22]
1378 28 26 February 2012   SG 183    Lindsey Vonn   Tina Weirather   Daniela Merighetti [71]
1379 29 [nb 14]2 March 2012     Ofterschwang GS 351    Viktoria Rebensburg   Tina Maze   Irene Curtoni
  Elisabeth Görgl
[72]
1380 30 3 March 2012   GS 352    Viktoria Rebensburg   Lindsey Vonn   Tina Maze [73]
1381 31 4 March 2012   SL 398    Erin Mielzynski   Resi Stiegler   Marlies Schild [74]
1382 32 9 March 2012     Åre GS 353    Lindsey Vonn   Federica Brignone   Viktoria Rebensburg [75]
1383 33 10 March 2012   SL 399    Maria Höfl-Riesch   Veronika Zuzulová   Marie-Michèle Gagnon [76]
1384 34 14 March 2012     Schladming DH 352    Lindsey Vonn   Marion Rolland   Tina Maze [77]
1385 35 15 March 2012   SG 184    Viktoria Rebensburg   Julia Mancuso   Marion Rolland [78]
1386 36 17 March 2012   SL 400    Michaela Kirchgasser   Veronika Zuzulová   Marlies Schild [79]
1387 37 18 March 2012   GS 354    Viktoria Rebensburg   Anna Fenninger   Federica Brignone [80]

Nation team eventEdit

Event Key: PG – Parallel Giant Slalom
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
6 1 16 March 2012     Schladming PG 003    Austria
Eva-Maria Brem
Michaela Kirchgasser
Stephanie Köhle
Max Franz
Marcel Mathis
Philipp Schörghofer
   Switzerland
Lara Gut
Wendy Holdener
Markus Vogel
Ralph Weber
Silvan Zurbriggen
  Sweden
Therese Borssén
Frida Hansdotter
Anna Swenn-Larsson
Axel Bäck
Mattias Hargin
André Myhrer
[81]

Men's standingsEdit

Ladies' standingsEdit

Nations CupEdit

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Giant slalom from Val-d'Isère was rescheduled to Beaver Creek on 6 December 2011.[9]
  2. ^ Slalom from Val-d'Isère was rescheduled to Beaver Creek on 8 December 2011
  3. ^ Slalom from Levi was rescheduled to Flachau on 21 December 2011[11]
  4. ^ Downhill from Val Gardena was rescheduled to Chamonix on 3 February 2012[13]
  5. ^ Super giant slalom from Kitzbühel was rescheduled to Crans-Montana on 24 February 2012[12]
  6. ^ Super giant slalom from Garmisch was rescheduled to Kvitfjell on 2 March 2012[12]
  7. ^ Super giant slalom from Val d'Isère was rescheduled to Beaver Creek on 7 December 2011[9]
  8. ^ Slalom from Courchevel was rescheduled from 17 to 18 December 2011[16]
  9. ^ Slalom from Levi was rescheduled to Flachau on 20 December 2011[11]
  10. ^ Giant slalom from Maribor was rescheduled to Kranjska Gora on 21 January 2012[18]
  11. ^ Slalom from Maribor was rescheduled to Kranjska Gora on 22 January 2012
  12. ^ Super combined from Val d'Isère was rescheduled to St. Moritz on 29 January 2012[9]
  13. ^ Slalom from Courchevel was rescheduled to Soldeu on 10 February 2012 and canceled. It was finally rescheduled to Ofterschwang on 2 March 2012[16]
  14. ^ Slalom from Courchevel and moved to Soldeu was finally rescheduled to Ofterschwang on 2 March 2012[16] and 10 February 2012 in Soldeu.[19]

ReferencesEdit

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  17. ^ "Cancelled Ladies Giant Slalom from Courchevel (FRA) rescheduled in Soldeu (AND)". fis-ski.com. Fédération Internationale de Ski. 13 January 2012. Retrieved 13 January 2012.[permanent dead link]
  18. ^ "Maribor races moved to Kranjska Gora". FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. Fédération Internationale de Ski. 10 January 2012. Archived from the original on 6 December 2012. Retrieved 10 January 2012.
  19. ^ a b "Canceled GS from Courchevel, Soldeu, rescheduled for Ofterschwang". FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. Fédération Internationale de Ski. 19 February 2012. Archived from the original on 22 February 2012. Retrieved 19 February 2012.
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  22. ^ "Bansko: Wind cancels ladies downhill race". FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. Fédération Internationale de Ski. 25 February 2012. Retrieved 25 February 2012.

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