1990–91 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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The 25th World Cup season began in August 1990 in New Zealand (for men only), resumed in December, and concluded in March 1991 in the United States. The overall winners were Marc Girardelli of Luxembourg, his fourth title (the third man to reach that milestone) and Petra Kronberger of Austria (her second). This was the first season following the reunification of Germany and the last before the dissolution of Yugoslavia.

FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 1990/91
Discipline Men Women
Overall Luxembourg Marc Girardelli Austria Petra Kronberger
Downhill Switzerland Franz Heinzer Switzerland Chantal Bournissen
Super G Switzerland Franz Heinzer France Carole Merle
Giant Slalom Italy Alberto Tomba Switzerland Vreni Schneider
Slalom Luxembourg Marc Girardelli Austria Petra Kronberger
Nations Cup Austria Austria Austria Austria
Nations Cup overall Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 16 13
Individual 28 29
Cancelled 3

During this season, the three men's races at Wengen were cancelled after the death of Gernot Reinstadler of Austria on January 18. Reinstadler crashed during a training run for the downhill race, immediately above the finish line.

A break in the schedule was for the 1991 World Championships, held in Saalbach, Austria between January 22 and February 3, 1991.

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Combined, PS – Parallel Slalom (Nations Cup ranking only)[1]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
698 1 8 August 1990     Mount Hutt SL 213    Peter Roth   Michael Tritscher   Alberto Tomba
699 2 9 August 1990   GS 185    Fredrik Nyberg   Lasse Kjus   Franck Piccard
700 3 2 December 1990     Valloire SG 037    Franck Piccard   Franz Heinzer   Stephan Eberharter
701 4 8 December 1990     Val d'Isère DH 207    Leonhard Stock   Franz Heinzer   Peter Wirnsberger
702 5 11 December 1990     Sestriere SL 214    Alberto Tomba   Ole Kristian Furuseth   Rudolf Nierlich
703 6 14 December 1990     Val Gardena DH 208    Franz Heinzer   Berni Huber   Atle Skårdal
704 7 15 December 1990   DH 209    Atle Skårdal   Rob Boyd   Luc Alphand
705 8 16 December 1990     Alta Badia GS 186    Alberto Tomba   Urs Kälin   Marc Girardelli
706 9 18 December 1990     Madonna di Campiglio SL 215    Ole Kristian Furuseth   Thomas Fogdö   Marc Girardelli
707 10 21 December 1990     Kranjska Gora GS 187    Alberto Tomba   Urs Kälin   Marc Girardelli
708 11 22 December 1990   SL 216    Ole Kristian Furuseth   Thomas Fogdö   Thomas Stangassinger
709 12 5 January 1991     Garmisch DH 210    Daniel Mahrer   Atle Skårdal
  Hannes Zehentner
710 13 6 January 1991   SG 038    Günther Mader   Franz Heinzer   Marc Girardelli
711 14 12 January 1991     Kitzbühel DH 211    Franz Heinzer   Peter Runggaldier   Rob Boyd
712 15 13 January 1991   SL 217    Marc Girardelli   Ole Kristian Furuseth   Rudolf Nierlich
713 16 13 January 1991   KB 059    Marc Girardelli   Lasse Kjus   Günther Mader
714 17 15 January 1991     Adelboden GS 188    Marc Girardelli   Alberto Tomba   Rudolf Nierlich
19 January 1991     Wengen DH cnx  all three races cancelled after the
tragic accident of Austrian skier Gernot Reinstadler
at the downhill training on 18 January 1991
20 January 1991   SL cnx 
20 January 1991   KB cnx 
1991 World Championships (22 January–3 February)
715 18 26 February 1991     Oppdal SL 218    Rudolf Nierlich   Paul Accola   Marc Girardelli
716 19 1 March 1991     Lillehammer (Hafjell) GS 189    Alberto Tomba   Rudolf Nierlich   Stephan Eberharter
717 20 2 March 1991   SL 219    Michael Tritscher   Thomas Stangassinger   Paul Accola
718 21 8 March 1991     Aspen DH 212    Franz Heinzer   Atle Skårdal   Helmut Höflehner
719 22 9 March 1991   GS 190    Alberto Tomba   Rudolf Nierlich   Marc Girardelli
720 23 10 March 1991   SL 220    Rudolf Nierlich   Thomas Fogdö   Fabio de Crignis
721 24 15 March 1991     Lake Louise DH 213    Atle Skårdal   Franz Heinzer   Helmut Höflehner
722 25 16 March 1991   DH 214    Franz Heinzer   Atle Skårdal   Patrick Ortlieb
723 26 17 March 1991   SG 039    Markus Wasmeier   Patrick Holzer   Stephan Eberharter
724 27 21 March 1991     Waterville Valley GS 191    Alberto Tomba   Ole Kristian Furuseth   Rudolf Nierlich
725 28 23 March 1991   SL 221    Thomas Fogdö   Rudolf Nierlich
  Alberto Tomba
Nations Cup 24 March 1991     Waterville Valley PS ncr    Urs Kälin   Paul Accola   Ole Kristian Furuseth

LadiesEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Combined, PS – Parallel Slalom (Nations Cup ranking only)[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
645 1 1 December 1990     Val Zoldana GS 181    Petra Kronberger   Vreni Schneider   Pernilla Wiberg
646 2 2 December 1990   SL 208    Petra Kronberger   Ingrid Salvenmoser   Patricia Chauvet
647 3 8 December 1990     Altenmarkt-Zauchensee DH 173    Katharina Gutensohn   Petra Kronberger   Kerrin Lee
648 4 9 December 1990   SG 033    Petra Kronberger   Sigrid Wolf   Anita Wachter
649 5 16 December 1990     Meiringen SG 034    Chantal Bournissen   Petra Kronberger   Lucie Laroche
650 6 21 December 1990     Morzine DH 174    Petra Kronberger   Chantal Bournissen   Varvara Zelenskaya
651 7 22 December 1990   SL 209    Blanca Fernández Ochoa   Pernilla Wiberg   Vreni Schneider
652 8 22 December 1990   KB 053    Ingrid Stöckl   Florence Masnada   Sabine Ginther
653 9 6 January 1991     Bad Kleinkirchheim DH 175    Katharina Gutensohn   Sabine Ginther   Chantal Bournissen
654 10 7 January 1991   SL 210    Pernilla Wiberg   Monika Maierhofer   Christine von Grünigen
655 11 7 January 1991   KB 054    Petra Kronberger   Sabine Ginther   Florence Masnada
656 12 11 January 1991     Kranjska Gora GS 182    Vreni Schneider   Nataša Bokal   Petra Kronberger
657 13 12 January 1991   SL 211    Nataša Bokal   Monika Maierhofer   Veronika Šarec
658 14 13 January 1991   SL 212    Petra Kronberger   Ingrid Salvenmoser   Veronika Šarec
659 15 18 January 1991     Méribel DH 176    Petra Kronberger   Carole Merle   Veronika Wallinger
660 16 19 January 1991   SG 035    Petra Kronberger   Michaela Gerg   Carole Merle
1991 World Championships (22 January–3 February)
661 17 8 February 1991     Garmisch DH 177    Chantal Bournissen   Carole Merle   Veronika Wallinger
662 18 9 February 1991   SG 036    Carole Merle   Karin Dedler   Michaela Gerg
663 19 10 February 1991     Zwiesel GS 183    Anita Wachter   Eva Twardokens   Vreni Schneider
664 20 24 February 1991     Furano DH 178    Anja Haas   Chantal Bournissen   Varvara Zelenskaya
665 21 24 February 1991   SG 037    Carole Merle   Edith Thys   Sabine Ginther
666 22 9 March 1991     Lake Louise DH 179    Sabine Ginther   Chantal Bournissen   Svetlana Gladysheva
667 23 10 March 1991   GS 184    Pernilla Wiberg   Vreni Schneider   Sylvia Eder
668 24 11 March 1991   SL 213    Vreni Schneider   Kristina Andersson   Anita Wachter
669 25 15 March 1991     Vail DH 180    Sabine Ginther   Lucie Laroche   Chantal Bournissen
670 26 16 March 1991   DH 181    Chantal Bournissen   Anja Haas   Sabine Ginther
671 27 17 March 1991   GS 185    Vreni Schneider   Julie Lunde Hansen   Anita Wachter
672 28 20 March 1991     Waterville Valley SL 214    Pernilla Wiberg   Vreni Schneider   Petra Kronberger
673 29 22 March 1991   GS 186    Julie Parisien   Ulrike Maier   Julie Lunde Hansen
Nations Cup 24 March 1991     Waterville Valley PS ncr    Anita Wachter   Ingrid Salvenmoser   Chantal Bournissen

MenEdit

OverallEdit

see complete table

In Men's Overall World Cup all results count. The parallel slalom only counts for the Nationscup (or was a show-event). Marc Girardelli won his fourth Overall World Cup.

Place Name Country Total DH SG GS SL KB
1 Marc Girardelli   Luxembourg 242 8 15 84 110 25
2 Alberto Tomba   Italy 222 0 0 152 70 0
3 Rudolf Nierlich   Austria 201 0 0 101 100 0
4 Franz Heinzer    Switzerland 199 159 40 0 0 0
5 Ole Kristian Furuseth   Norway 156 0 10 44 102 0
6 Atle Skårdal   Norway 153 125 28 0 0 0
7 Günther Mader   Austria 117 5 26 35 36 15
8 Paul Accola    Switzerland 114 0 13 22 67 12
9 Lasse Kjus   Norway 103 5 6 30 42 20
10 Thomas Fogdö   Sweden 95 0 0 0 95 0
11 Daniel Mahrer    Switzerland 93 81 12 0 0 0
12 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 88 0 33 35 9 11
13 Thomas Stangassinger   Austria 80 0 0 0 80 0
14 Armin Bittner   Germany 77 0 0 15 62 0
15 Urs Kälin    Switzerland 70 0 6 64 0 0
16 Hannes Zehentner   Germany 68 50 18 0 0 0
17 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 67 0 19 32 16 0
18 Franck Piccard   France 66 11 27 28 0 0
19 Michael Tritscher   Austria 65 0 0 1 64 0
20 Helmut Höflehner   Austria 64 64 0 0 0 0
Rob Boyd   Canada 64 62 0 0 0 2

DownhillEdit

see complete table

In 1991 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 4  6  7  12  14  21  24  25 
1 Franz Heinzer    Switzerland 159 20 25 11 8 25 25 20 25
2 Atle Skårdal   Norway 125 - 15 25 20 - 20 25 20
3 Daniel Mahrer    Switzerland 81 7 11 6 25 10 - 10 12
4 Helmut Höflehner   Austria 64 - - - 12 11 15 15 11
5 Rob Boyd   Canada 62 - 9 20 10 15 - 4 4
6 Patrick Ortlieb   Austria 56 11 4 4 - - 11 11 15
7 Hannes Zehentner   Germany 50 12 10 8 20 - - - -
Leonhard Stock   Austria 50 25 - 5 - - 12 8 -
9 William Besse    Switzerland 47 - 6 10 4 - 10 7 10
10 Lasse Arnesen   Norway 44 8 12 12 12 - - - -

Super GEdit

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In 1991 all three results count.

Place Name Country Total 3  13  26 
1 Franz Heinzer    Switzerland 40 20 20 -
2 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 33 15 3 15
3 Atle Skårdal   Norway 28 12 7 9
4 Franck Piccard   France 27 25 - 2
5 Günther Mader   Austria 26 1 25 -
6 Markus Wasmeier   Germany 25 - - 25
7 Patrick Holzer   Italy 20 - - 20
8 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 19 8 11 -
9 Hannes Zehentner   Germany 18 10 4 4
10 Marc Girardelli   Luxembourg 15 - 15 -
Luc Alphand   France 15 - 9 6

Giant SlalomEdit

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In 1991 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 2  8  10  17  19  22  27 
1 Alberto Tomba   Italy 152 7 25 25 20 25 25 25
2 Rudolf Nierlich   Austria 101 8 11 12 15 20 20 15
3 Marc Girardelli   Luxembourg 84 2 15 15 25 12 15 -
4 Urs Kälin    Switzerland 64 4 20 20 7 8 3 2
5 Fredrik Nyberg   Sweden 52 25 12 10 5 - - -
6 Ole Kristian Furuseth   Norway 44 5 - - 4 7 8 20
7 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 35 - 8 - - 15 12 -
Günther Mader   Austria 35 - 10 3 11 - 11 -
9 Johan Wallner   Sweden 34 10 7 - 3 - 2 12
10 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 32 9 5 1 8 5 4 -

SlalomEdit

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In 1991 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 1  5  9  11  15  18  20  23  28 
1 Marc Girardelli   Luxembourg 110 7 12 15 12 25 15 12 12 -
2 Ole Kristian Furuseth   Norway 102 3 20 25 25 20 - - 9 -
3 Rudolf Nierlich   Austria 100 - 15 - - 15 25 - 25 20
4 Thomas Fogdö   Sweden 95 - 10 20 20 - - - 20 25
5 Thomas Stangassinger   Austria 80 10 - 12 15 8 8 20 7 -
6 Alberto Tomba   Italy 70 15 25 - - - - - 10 20
7 Paul Accola    Switzerland 67 11 - 2 7 - 20 15 - 12
8 Michael Tritscher   Austria 64 20 - 11 - - - 25 8 -
9 Armin Bittner   Germany 62 6 11 - 9 12 10 - 5 9
10 Mats Ericson   Sweden 56 - - 9 8 10 - 10 11 8
11 Bernhard Gstrein   Austria 48 8 7 10 - 9 5 - 6 3
12 Peter Roth   Germany 46 25 9 - - - - 4 3 5

CombinedEdit

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In 1991 only one competition was held.

Place Name Country Total 16 
1 Marc Girardelli   Luxembourg 25 25
2 Lasse Kjus   Norway 20 20
3 Günther Mader   Austria 15 15
4 Paul Accola    Switzerland 12 12
5 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 11 11
6 Kristian Ghedina   Italy 10 10
7 Peter Runggaldier   Italy 9 9
8 Josef Polig   Italy 8 8
9 Xavier Gigandet    Switzerland 7 7
10 Jan Einar Thorsen   Norway 6 6

LadiesEdit

OverallEdit

see complete table

In Women's Overall World Cup all results count. The parallel slalom only counts for the Nationscup (or was a show-event).

Place Name Country Total DH SG GS SL KB
1 Petra Kronberger   Austria 312 90 70 44 83 25
2 Sabine Ginther   Austria 195 122 28 6 4 35
3 Vreni Schneider    Switzerland 185 0 0 113 72 0
4 Chantal Bournissen    Switzerland 181 140 30 0 0 11
5 Carole Merle   France 176 76 88 12 0 0
6 Anita Wachter   Austria 142 0 23 79 28 12
7 Pernilla Wiberg   Sweden 140 0 0 61 79 0
8 Ingrid Salvenmoser   Austria 103 0 0 28 75 0
9 Michaela Gerg   Germany 94 23 44 6 0 21
10 Blanca Fernández Ochoa   Spain 88 0 0 12 76 0
11 Katrin Gutensohn   Germany 87 72 15 0 0 0
12 Anja Haas   Austria 86 70 0 0 0 16
13 Veronika Wallinger   Austria 84 74 10 0 0 0
14 Eva Twardokens   United States 83 0 2 57 22 2
15 Katja Seizinger   Germany 79 34 33 5 0 7
16 Kerrin Lee   Canada 78 60 18 0 0 0
17 Sylvia Eder   Austria 76 0 26 50 0 0
18 Lucie Laroche   Canada 73 49 24 0 0 0
19 Nataša Bokal   Yugoslavia 71 0 0 43 28 0
20 Karin Dedler   Germany 70 32 33 0 0 5

DownhillEdit

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In Women's Downhill World Cup 1990/91 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 3  6  9  15  17  20  22  25  26 
1 Chantal Bournissen    Switzerland 140 - 20 15 - 25 20 20 15 25
2 Sabine Ginther   Austria 122 11 8 20 - 8 10 25 25 15
3 Petra Kronberger   Austria 90 20 25 3 25 - 9 8 - -
4 Carole Merle   France 76 10 11 9 20 20 3 3 - -
5 Veronika Wallinger   Austria 74 7 5 7 15 15 2 5 7 11
6 Katrin Gutensohn   Germany 72 25 10 25 12 - - - - -
7 Anja Haas   Austria 70 6 - 1 2 9 25 7 - 20
8 Warwara Zelenskaja   Soviet Union 68 - 15 11 - 10 15 12 5 -
9 Kerrin Lee   Canada 60 15 - 12 1 11 6 11 1 3
10 Lucie Laroche   Canada 49 - - - - 5 7 9 20 8

Super GEdit

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In Women's Super G World Cup 1990/91 all results count. Carole Merle won her third Super G World Cup in a row.

Place Name Country Total 4  5  16  18  21 
1 Carole Merle   France 88 12 11 15 25 25
2 Petra Kronberger   Austria 70 25 20 25 - -
3 Michaela Gerg   Germany 44 2 - 20 15 7
4 Karin Dedler   Germany 33 10 - 3 20 -
Katja Seizinger   Germany 33 - - 12 11 10
6 Sigrid Wolf   Austria 30 20 10 - - -
Chantal Bournissen    Switzerland 30 1 25 - 4 -
8 Sabine Ginther   Austria 28 - 3 - 10 15
9 Sylvia Eder   Austria 26 6 12 - - 8
10 Lucie Laroche   Canada 24 - 15 - - 9

Giant SlalomEdit

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In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1990/91 all results count. Vreni Schneider won her fourth Giant Slalom World Cup.

Place Name Country Total 1  12  19  23  27  29 
1 Vreni Schneider    Switzerland 113 20 25 15 20 25 8
2 Anita Wachter   Austria 79 11 8 25 11 15 9
3 Pernilla Wiberg   Sweden 61 15 - - 25 10 11
4 Eva Twardokens   United States 57 - 12 20 8 7 10
5 Julie Lunde Hansen   Norway 50 9 - 6 - 20 15
Sylvia Eder   Austria 50 - 11 12 15 - 12
7 Petra Kronberger   Austria 44 25 15 - - - 4
8 Nataša Bokal   Yugoslavia 43 - 20 10 9 4 -
9 Ulrike Maier   Austria 42 - 7 - 6 9 20
10 Julie Parisien   United States 36 - - - - 11 25

SlalomEdit

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In Women's Slalom World Cup 1990/91 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 2  7  10  13  14  24  28 
1 Petra Kronberger   Austria 83 25 - 12 6 25 - 15
2 Pernilla Wiberg   Sweden 79 - 20 25 - 9 - 25
3 Blanca Fernández Ochoa   Spain 76 9 25 1 11 11 10 9
4 Ingrid Salvenmoser   Austria 75 20 - 11 4 20 8 12
5 Vreni Schneider    Switzerland 72 - 15 - 12 - 25 20
6 Christine von Grünigen    Switzerland 61 - 10 15 7 12 9 8
7 Veronika Šarec   Yugoslavia 60 4 7 8 15 15 - 11
8 Monika Maierhofer   Austria 59 12 - 20 20 - - 7
9 Patricia Chauvet   France 50 15 - 8 2 10 12 3
10 Kristina Andersson   Sweden 37 - 8 - 2 7 20 -
Karin Buder   Austria 37 11 11 - - 9 - 6
12 Claudia Strobl   Austria 35 6 1 10 8 - - 10
13 Florence Masnada   France 31 - 12 10 9 - - -
14 Nataša Bokal   Yugoslavia 28 - - 3 25 - - -
Anita Wachter   Austria 28 - 9 - 4 - 15 -
Katjuša Pušnik   Yugoslavia 28 - - - 5 6 12 5

CombinedEdit

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In Women's Combined World Cup 1990/91 both results count.

Place Name Country Total 8  11 
1 Sabine Ginther   Austria 35 15 20
Florence Masnada   France 35 20 15
3 Ingrid Stöckl   Austria 34 25 9
4 Petra Kronberger   Austria 25 - 25
5 Michaela Gerg   Germany 21 9 12
6 Stefanie Schuster   Austria 20 10 10
7 Lucia Medzihradská   Czechoslovakia 18 7 11
8 Anja Haas   Austria 16 8 8
9 Anita Wachter   Austria 12 12 -
10 Chantal Bournissen    Switzerland 11 11 -

Nations CupEdit

OverallEdit

Place Country Total Men Ladies
1   Austria 2313 923 1390
2    Switzerland 1233 676 557
3   Germany 752 260 492
4   Norway 676 607 69
5   France 556 155 401
6   Italy 542 522 20
7   Sweden 535 323 212
8   United States 298 42 256
9   Canada 282 92 190
10   Luxembourg 242 242 0
11   Yugoslavia 196 20 176
12   Soviet Union 129 0 129
13   Spain 88 0 88
14   Czechoslovakia 31 0 31
15   Japan 30 29 1

MenEdit

Place Country Total DH SG GS SL KB Racers Wins
1   Austria 923 224 80 246 347 26 17 5
2    Switzerland 676 335 79 156 84 22 16 5
3   Norway 607 210 91 106 174 26 10 4
4   Italy 522 69 45 193 188 27 17 6
5   Sweden 323 24 13 101 185 0 7 2
6   Germany 260 84 43 15 109 9 7 2
7   Luxembourg 242 8 15 84 110 25 1 3
8   France 155 49 53 34 19 0 8 1
9   Canada 92 85 0 0 5 2 5 0
10   United States 42 29 0 12 0 1 4 0
11   Japan 29 0 0 0 29 0 1 0
12   Yugoslavia 20 0 0 20 0 0 1 0

LadiesEdit

All points were shown. But without parallel slalom, because result ? (Also possible, that the parallel slalom was only a show-event.)

Place Country Total DH SG GS SL KB Racers Wins
1   Austria 1390 414 213 284 334 156 19 13
2    Switzerland 557 182 68 150 140 17 11 6
3   Germany 492 204 176 52 17 43 12 2
4   France 401 125 118 13 105 40 10 2
5   United States 256 59 47 102 46 2 10 1
6   Sweden 212 0 0 96 116 0 3 3
7   Canada 190 128 57 0 0 5 4 0
8   Yugoslavia 176 2 0 58 116 0 4 1
9   Soviet Union 129 121 8 0 0 0 4 0
10   Spain 88 0 0 12 76 0 1 1
11   Norway 69 0 5 50 14 0 3 0
12   Czechoslovakia 31 10 0 0 0 21 2 0
13   Italy 20 0 0 12 8 0 4 0
14   Japan 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1991 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  2. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1991 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

External linksEdit