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2015–16 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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The International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Cup tour is the premier circuit for alpine skiing competition. The inaugural season launched in January 1967, and the 2016 season marked the 50th consecutive year for the FIS. This World Cup season began on 24 October 2015, in Sölden, Austria, and concluded in Saint Moritz, Switzerland on 20 March 2016. The World Ski Championship, a biennial event, did not interrupt this competitive season, and the upcoming World Championships were held Saint Moritz, Switzerland in February 2017 [1]

2015–16 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup champions
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Austria Marcel Hirscher  Switzerland  Lara Gut
Downhill Italy Peter Fill United States Lindsey Vonn
Super-G Norway Aleksander Aamodt Kilde  Switzerland  Lara Gut
Giant slalom Austria Marcel Hirscher Austria Eva-Maria Brem
Slalom Norway Henrik Kristoffersen Sweden Frida Hansdotter
Alpine combined France Alexis Pinturault  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener
Nations Cup Austria Austria Austria Austria
Nations Cup Overall Austria Austria
Competition
Locations
21 venues
20 venues
Individual
44 events
40 events
Mixed
1 event
1 event
Cancelled
1 events
Rescheduled
4 events
11 events

Contents

MenEdit

Summary
Men's Overall Champion
Marcel Hirscher won the overall title for the fifth successive year.

By late December 2015, the season had seen year-ending injuries to two top skiers. Austrian Matthias Mayer suffered severe spinal damage[2] in the downhill competition at Gröden in Val Gardena, Italy, and German Josef Ferstl [3] damaged his knee during training in Santa Caterina, Italy on the Downhill course. Despite his broken back, Mayer is optimistic about returning for a 2017 World Cup try following his much debated crash.[4] During the crash that injured Mayer, another World Cup first took place when the 'body airbag' he was wearing inflated.[5] The new protective gear, now worn by many skiers, has never been deployed during a World Cup competition prior to this. The system is designed to minimize severe thoracic injuries, like the one Mayer suffered, by deploying quickly during tumbles and mishap. Emergency responders could see that the "airbag" had engaged as designed before they even knew about the broken spine. It has not been determined if the "protective gear" prevented worse injury, promoted the injury that was received, or had no effect in the matter.

An odd incident marred the early season as a small, remotely-piloted camera helicopter, operated by broadcast media, nearly foiled Marcel Hirscher's podium effort by crashing during his run and narrowly missing him.[6] A day after the incident, the International Ski Federation adopted the policy of banning remotely-piloted vehicles from flying over their events as a matter of safety and concern for the welfare of their athletes, staff and viewers.[7] Senior Race Director Markus Waldner stated his displeasure with the occurrence and insisted that the ban will remain in effect as long as he is on the job. The newly introduced Parallel Giant Slalom [8] event at Alta Badia, Italy, was a relatively short Giant Slalom course that pitted the men against one another in a modified bracket-reduction format from thirty-two 1st run skiers, to sixteen 2nd bracket skiers that eventually dwindled to just four final round racers. The Snow Queen Trophy slalom planned for Sljême, Croatia was cancelled and diverted to Santa Caterina, Italy for lack of snow, while the early season slalom in Levi, Finland suffered similar conditions, but could not find a home to reschedule to in the very busy year.

By mid-season, the World Cup overall leader, as well as Downhill and Super-G discipline leader, Aksel Lund Svindal was out following a crash during the Downhill at Kitzbühel. He suffered a season-ending injury to his right knee and needed immediate surgery. Georg Streitberger of Austria also suffered a season-ending knee injury in the same race, which was ended after only thirty skiers left the starting gate. Poor visibility, and the number of serious crashes that were occurring, prompted race officials to halt the event at the minimum skiers required to have it qualify as a complete event.[9]

CalendarEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, AC – Alpine Combined, CE – City Event (Parallel Slalom), PG – Parallel Giant Slalom
# Event Date Venue Type Winner Second Third Details
1593 1 25 October 2015     Sölden [10] GS 380    Ted Ligety   Thomas Fanara   Marcel Hirscher [11][12]
15 November 2015     Levi [13] SL cnx  lack of snow[14]
1594 2 28 November 2015     Lake Louise [15] DH 452    Aksel Lund Svindal   Peter Fill   Travis Ganong [16][17]
1595 3 29 November 2015   SG 185    Aksel Lund Svindal   Matthias Mayer   Peter Fill [18][19]
1596 4 4 December 2015     Beaver Creek [20] DH 453    Aksel Lund Svindal   Kjetil Jansrud   Guillermo Fayed [21][22]
1597 5 5 December 2015   SG 186    Marcel Hirscher   Ted Ligety   Andrew Weibrecht [23][24]
1598 6 6 December 2015   GS 381    Marcel Hirscher   Victor Muffat-Jeandet   Henrik Kristoffersen [25][26]
1599 7 12 December 2015     Val-d'Isère [27] GS 382    Marcel Hirscher   Felix Neureuther   Victor Muffat-Jeandet [28][29]
1600 8 13 December 2015   SL 451    Henrik Kristoffersen   Marcel Hirscher   Felix Neureuther [30][31]
1601 9 18 December 2015     Val Gardena [32] SG 187    Aksel Lund Svindal   Kjetil Jansrud   Aleksander Aamodt Kilde [33][34]
1602 10 19 December 2015   DH 454    Aksel Lund Svindal   Guillermo Fayed   Kjetil Jansrud [35][36]
1603 11 20 December 2015     Alta Badia [37] GS 383    Marcel Hirscher   Henrik Kristoffersen   Victor Muffat-Jeandet [38][39]
1604 12 21 December 2015   PG 001    Kjetil Jansrud   Aksel Lund Svindal   André Myhrer [40][41]
1605 13 22 December 2015     Madonna di Campiglio [42] SL 452    Henrik Kristoffersen   Marcel Hirscher   Marco Schwarz [43][44]
1606 14 29 December 2015     Santa Caterina [45][46] DH 455    Adrien Théaux   Hannes Reichelt   David Poisson [47][48]
1607 15 6 January 2016   SL 453    Marcel Hirscher   Henrik Kristoffersen   Aleksandr Khoroshilov [49][50]
1 January 2016     Munich CE cnx  pre-season organizational issues; replaced in Stockholm on 23 February 2016[51]
6 January 2016     Zagreb SL cnx  warm temperatures and lack of snow; replaced in Santa Caterina on 6 January 2016[45]
9 January 2016       Adelboden [52][53] GS cnx  dense fog and inclement weather; replaced in Hinterstoder on 26 February 2016[54][55]
1608 16 10 January 2016   SL 454    Henrik Kristoffersen   Marcel Hirscher   Aleksandr Khoroshilov [56][57]
1609 17 15 January 2016       Wengen [58][59][60] AC 123    Kjetil Jansrud   Aksel Lund Svindal   Adrien Théaux [61][62]
1610 18 16 January 2016   DH 456    Aksel Lund Svindal   Hannes Reichelt   Klaus Kröll [63][64]
1611 19 17 January 2016   SL 455    Henrik Kristoffersen   Giuliano Razzoli   Stefano Gross [65][66]
1612 20 22 January 2016     Kitzbühel [67] SG 188    Aksel Lund Svindal   Andrew Weibrecht   Hannes Reichelt [68][69]
1613 21 22 January 2016   AC 124    Alexis Pinturault   Victor Muffat-Jeandet   Thomas Mermillod-Blondin [70][71]
1614 22 23 January 2016   DH 457    Peter Fill     Beat Feuz     Carlo Janka [72][73]
1615 23 24 January 2016   SL 456    Henrik Kristoffersen   Marcel Hirscher   Fritz Dopfer [74][75]
1616 24 26 January 2016     Schladming [76] SL 457    Henrik Kristoffersen   Marcel Hirscher   Aleksandr Khoroshilov [77][78]
1617 25 30 January 2016     Garmisch [79] DH 458    Aleksander Aamodt Kilde   Boštjan Kline     Beat Feuz [80][81]
31 January 2016   GS cnx  humid, pouring rain and dense fog; replaced in Kranjska Gora on 4 March 2016[82]
1618 26 6 February 2016     Jeongseon [83][84][85] DH 459    Kjetil Jansrud   Dominik Paris   Steven Nyman [86][87]
1619 27 7 February 2016   SG 189      Carlo Janka   Christof Innerhofer   Vincent Kriechmayr [88][89]
1620 28 13 February 2016     Yuzawa Naeba [90] GS 384    Alexis Pinturault   Mathieu Faivre   Massimiliano Blardone [91][92]
1621 29 14 February 2016   SL 458    Felix Neureuther   André Myhrer   Marco Schwarz [93][94]
1622 30 19 February 2016     Chamonix [95] AC 125    Alexis Pinturault   Dominik Paris   Thomas Mermillod-Blondin [96][97]
1623 31 20 February 2016   DH 460    Dominik Paris   Steven Nyman     Beat Feuz [98][99]
1624 32 23 February 2016     Stockholm [100] CE 007    Marcel Hirscher   André Myhrer   Stefano Gross [101][102]
1625 33 26 February 2016     Hinterstoder [103] GS 385    Alexis Pinturault   Marcel Hirscher   Thomas Fanara [55][104]
1626 34 27 February 2016   SG 190    Aleksander Aamodt Kilde   Boštjan Kline   Marcel Hirscher [105][106]
1627 35 28 February 2016   GS 386    Alexis Pinturault   Marcel Hirscher   Henrik Kristoffersen [107][108]
1628 36 4 March 2016     Kranjska Gora [109] GS 387    Alexis Pinturault   Philipp Schörghofer   Marcel Hirscher [110][111]
1629 37 5 March 2016   GS 388    Marcel Hirscher   Alexis Pinturault   Henrik Kristoffersen [112][113]
1630 38 6 March 2016   SL 459    Marcel Hirscher   Henrik Kristoffersen   Stefano Gross [114][115]
1631 39 12 March 2016     Kvitfjell [116] DH 461    Dominik Paris   Valentin Giraud Moine   Steven Nyman [117][118]
1632 40 13 March 2016   SG 191    Kjetil Jansrud   Vincent Kriechmayr   Dominik Paris [119][120]
1633 41 16 March 2016       St. Moritz [121][122] DH 462      Beat Feuz   Steven Nyman   Erik Guay [123][124]
1634 42 17 March 2016   SG 192      Beat Feuz   Kjetil Jansrud
  Aleksander Aamodt Kilde
[125][126]
1635 43 19 March 2016   GS 389    Thomas Fanara   Alexis Pinturault   Mathieu Faivre [127][128]
1636 44 20 March 2016   SL 460    Andre Myhrer   Marcel Hirscher   Sebastian Foss-Solevåg [129][130]

RankingsEdit

WomenEdit

Summary
Women's Overall Champion
Lara Gut. First Swiss female to capture the Overall since 1995.

The first part of the season produced many injuries to several top skiers. Sara Hector severely injured her knee [137] in Giant Slalom, during the competition in Åre, Sweden, and two event champions from the previous season, Lindsey Vonn and Mikaela Shiffrin missed several events due to recent incidents. Vonn missed the October and November events to continue rehabilitating from last year's season-ending injury, and from a recent dog bite from one of her pets.[138] Shiffrin dropped-out in mid-December to recuperate from an injury suffered during practice at Åre.[139] Shiffrin's recovery was not immediate and she missed the heart of the race season, however, she returned to the circuit in mid-February and promptly dominated the competition.[140] The lack of snowy weather eliminated the women's race weekend at St. Anton's, Austria, two weeks before the planned event.[141] Officials recognized that they did not have enough snow on the ground, and that they did not have the ability to generate enough man-made snow for safe racing. The events were quickly relocated to Zauchensee, Austria, for the same dates.[142] A few days later, officials cancelled the Snow Queen Trophy slalom planned at Sljême, Croatia. The stop was the only one planned for Croatia this season, and was one of the few joint stops on tour where male and female teammates crossed paths during the year. The slalom event was quickly rescheduled to Santa Caterina, Italy on consecutive days.

The middle of the season saw a significant reshuffle of many of the events throughout The Alps. Six events were cancelled in January for unseasonably warm weather and insufficient snow. The events were promptly repositioned to snowier venues further down the schedule. In contrast, mid-February saw a few events abandoned due to soft and excessive snow, over two meters in one instance... a significant safety concern for the high speed disciplines. At the end of the February, during the Super-G in Soldeu, Vonn, having just returned from injury seven weeks earlier, crashed again while leading near the end of her run. She raced the next day in the Combined event, earned a few points, then ended her season on Monday after a complete medical evaluation in Barcelona revealed several hairline fractures in her knee. At the time of her departure, she had already won the Downhill discipline for the season and was leading the Overall, Super-G and Combined disciplines.[143]

Notable skiers that did not participate this year include: Anna Fenninger, the defending World Cup champion who was forced to skip the season due to a serious knee injury.[144] Tina Maze, last season's runner-up decided to take a short hiatus during the 2016 season before permanently deciding to continue, or end, her World Cup career.[145] Champion skier Julia Mancuso decided to opt for hip surgery in November, 2015,[146] instead of rushing back after non-surgical therapy failed to give her the full recovery she had hoped for. Her stated goal is to get back to winning form in time to qualify for the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.

CalendarEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, AC – Alpine Combined, CE – City Event (Parallel Slalom)
# Event Date Venue Type Winner Second Third Details
1487 1 24 October 2015     Sölden [10] GS 379    Federica Brignone   Mikaela Shiffrin   Tina Weirather [147][148]
14 November 2015     Levi [13] SL cnx  lack of snow; replaced in Aspen on 28 November 2015[149]
1488 2 27 November 2015     Aspen [150] GS 380      Lara Gut   Eva-Maria Brem   Federica Brignone [151][152]
1489 3 28 November 2015   SL 428    Mikaela Shiffrin   Veronika Velez-Zuzulová   Frida Hansdotter [153][154]
1490 4 29 November 2015   SL 429    Mikaela Shiffrin   Frida Hansdotter   Šárka Strachová [155][156]
1491 5 4 December 2015     Lake Louise [15] DH 377    Lindsey Vonn   Cornelia Hütter   Ramona Siebenhofer [157][158]
1492 6 5 December 2015   DH 378    Lindsey Vonn     Fabienne Suter   Cornelia Hütter [159][160]
1493 7 6 December 2015   SG 204    Lindsey Vonn   Tamara Tippler   Cornelia Hütter [161][162]
1494 8 12 December 2015     Åre [163] GS 381    Lindsey Vonn   Eva-Maria Brem   Federica Brignone [164][165]
1495 9 13 December 2015   SL 430    Petra Vlhová   Frida Hansdotter   Nina Løseth [166][167]
1496 10 18 December 2015     Val-d'Isère [27] AC 096      Lara Gut   Lindsey Vonn   Michaela Kirchgasser [168][169]
1497 11 19 December 2015   DH 379      Lara Gut     Fabienne Suter   Larisa Yurkiw [170][171]
1498 12 20 December 2015     Courchevel [172] GS 382    Eva-Maria Brem     Lara Gut
  Nina Løseth
[173][174]
1499 13 28 December 2015     Lienz [175][176] GS 383      Lara Gut   Tina Weirather   Viktoria Rebensburg [177][178]
1500 14 29 December 2015   SL 431    Frida Hansdotter     Wendy Holdener   Petra Vlhová [179][180]
1 January 2016     Munich CE cnx  pre-season organizational issues; replaced in Stockholm on 23 February 2016[51]
3 January 2016     Zagreb SL cnx  warm temperatures and lack of snow; replaced in Santa Caterina on 5 January 2016[45]
1501 15 5 January 2016     Santa Caterina[45][46] SL 432    Nina Løseth   Šárka Strachová   Veronika Velez-Zuzulová [181][182]
9 January 2016     St. Anton [183] DH cnx  warm temperatures and lack of snow; replaced in Zauchensee on 9 January 2016[141]
10 January 2016   SG cnx  warm temperatures and lack of snow; replaced in Zauchensee on 10 January 2016
1502 16 9 January 2016     Zauchensee [184] DH 380    Lindsey Vonn   Larisa Yurkiw   Cornelia Hütter [142][185][186]
1503 17 10 January 2016   SG 205    Lindsey Vonn     Lara Gut   Cornelia Hütter [187][188]
16 January 2016     Ofterschwang [189][190] GS cnx  warm temperatures and lack of snow; replaced in Flachau on 17 January 2016[191]
17 January 2016   SL cnx  warm temperatures and lack of snow; replaced in Flachau on 15 January 2016
1504 18 12 January 2016     Flachau [192] SL 433    Veronika Velez-Zuzulová   Šárka Strachová   Frida Hansdotter [193][194]
1505 19 15 January 2016   SL 434    Veronika Velez-Zuzulová   Frida Hansdotter   Petra Vlhová [195][196]
1506 20 17 January 2016   GS 384    Viktoria Rebensburg   Ana Drev   Federica Brignone [197][198]
1507 21 23 January 2016     Cortina d'Ampezzo [199] DH 381    Lindsey Vonn   Larisa Yurkiw     Lara Gut [200][201]
1508 22 24 January 2016   SG 206    Lindsey Vonn   Tina Weirather   Viktoria Rebensburg [202][203]
1509 23 30 January 2016     Maribor [204] GS 385    Viktoria Rebensburg   Ana Drev   Tina Weirather [205][206]
31 January 2016   SL cnx  warm temperatures and poor track conditions; replaced in Crans-Montana in 15 February 2016[207]
1510 24 6 February 2016     Garmisch [79] DH 382    Lindsey Vonn     Fabienne Suter   Viktoria Rebensburg [208][209]
1511 25 7 February 2016   SG 207      Lara Gut   Viktoria Rebensburg   Lindsey Vonn [210][211]
13 February 2016       Crans-Montana [212] DH cnx  excessive snow: replaced in La Thuile on 19 February 2016[213]
14 February 2016   AC cnx  excessive snow forced delay in previous days event[214]
1512 26 15 February 2016   SL 435    Mikaela Shiffrin   Nastasia Noens   Marie-Michèle Gagnon [207][215][216]
1513 27 19 February 2016     La Thuile [217] DH 383      Lara Gut   Cornelia Hütter   Nadia Fanchini [218][219]
1514 28 20 February 2016   DH 384    Nadia Fanchini   Lindsey Vonn   Daniela Merighetti [220][221]
1515 29 21 February 2016   SG 208    Tina Weirather     Lara Gut   Lindsey Vonn [222][223]
1516 30 23 February 2016     Stockholm [100] CE 008      Wendy Holdener   Frida Hansdotter   Maria Pietilä-Holmner [224][225]
1517 31 27 February 2016     Soldeu [226] SG 209    Federica Brignone   Laurenne Ross   Tamara Tippler [227][228]
1518 32 28 February 2016   AC 097    Marie-Michèle Gagnon     Wendy Holdener   Anne-Sophie Barthet [229][230]
5 March 2016     Jasná [231] GS cnx  excessive high winds and delayed; replaced in Jasná on 7 March 2016[232]
1519 33 6 March 2016   SL 436    Mikaela Shiffrin     Wendy Holdener   Veronika Velez-Zuzulová [233][234]
1520 34 7 March 2016   GS 386    Eva-Maria Brem   Viktoria Rebensburg   Federica Brignone [235][236]
1521 35 12 March 2016       Lenzerheide [237] SG 210    Cornelia Hütter     Fabienne Suter   Tamara Tippler [238][239]
1522 36 13 March 2016   AC 098      Wendy Holdener   Michaela Kirchgasser     Lara Gut [240][241]
1523 37 16 March 2016       St. Moritz [121][122] DH 385    Mirjam Puchner     Fabienne Suter   Elena Curtoni [242][243]
1524 38 17 March 2016   SG 211    Tina Weirather     Lara Gut   Cornelia Hütter [244][245]
1525 39 19 March 2016   SL 437    Mikaela Shiffrin   Veronika Velez-Zuzulová   Frida Hansdotter [246][247]
1526 40 20 March 2016   GS 387    Viktoria Rebensburg   Taina Barioz     Lara Gut [248][249]

RankingsEdit

Nation team eventEdit

Nations CupEdit

Prize moneyEdit

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