2002–03 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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The 37th World Cup season began in October 2002 on Sölden, Austria, and concluded in March 2003 at the World Cup finals in Lillehammer, Norway. The overall winners were Stephan Eberharter of Austria and Janica Kostelić of Croatia.

FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2002/03
Discipline Men Women
Overall Austria Stephan Eberharter Croatia Janica Kostelić
Downhill Austria Stephan Eberharter Austria Michaela Dorfmeister
Super-G Austria Stephan Eberharter France Carole Montillet
Giant slalom  Switzerland  Michael von Grünigen Sweden Anja Pärson
Slalom Finland Kalle Palander Croatia Janica Kostelić
Combined United States Bode Miller Croatia Janica Kostelić
Nations Cup Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 18 14
Individual 37 33
Cancelled
Rescheduled 3

A break in the schedule was for the 2003 World Championships, held in St. Moritz, Switzerland, from 2–16 February 2003.

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, K.O. – Slalom (knock-out system), KB – Combined[1]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
1113 1 27 October 2002     Sölden GS 281    Stephan Eberharter   Frédéric Covili     Michael von Grünigen
1114 2 22 November 2002     Park City GS 282      Michael von Grünigen   Christian Mayer   Benjamin Raich
1115 3 24 November 2002   SL 322    Rainer Schönfelder   Pierrick Bourgeat   Benjamin Raich
1116 4 30 November 2002     Lake Louise DH 325    Stephan Eberharter   Hannes Trinkl  Kjetil André Aamodt
1117 5 1 December 2002   SG 104    Stephan Eberharter   Josef Strobl     Didier Cuche
1118 6 7 December 2002     Beaver Creek DH 326    Stephan Eberharter   Michael Walchhofer   Daron Rahlves
1119 7 8 December 2002   SG 105      Didier Cuche   Marco Büchel   Hannes Trinkl
1120 8 14 December 2002     Val d'Isère DH 327    Stephan Eberharter   Klaus Kröll   Andreas Schifferer
1121 9 15 December 2002   GS 283      Michael von Grünigen   Bode Miller   Christoph Gruber
1122 10 16 December 2002     Sestriere KO 001    Ivica Kostelić   Giorgio Rocca  Truls Ove Karlsen
1123 11 20 December 2002     Val Gardena SG 106      Didier Défago   Hannes Reichelt   Marco Büchel
1124 12 21 December 2002   DH 328    Antoine Dénériaz   Michael Walchhofer   Josef Strobl
1125 13 22 December 2002     Alta Badia GS 284    Bode Miller   Davide Simoncelli   Christian Mayer
1126 14 29 December 2002     Bormio DH 329    Daron Rahlves   Fritz Strobl   Hannes Trinkl
1127 15 4 January 2003     Kranjska Gora GS 285    Bode Miller   Christian Mayer   Sami Uotila
1128 16 5 January 2003   SL 323    Ivica Kostelić   Rainer Schönfelder   Jean-Pierre Vidal
11 January 2003     Chamonix DH cnx  replaced in Bormio on 11 January 2003
12 January 2003   SL cnx  replaced in Bormio on 12 January 2003
1129 17 [nb 1]11 January 2003     Bormio DH 330    Stephan Eberharter   Michael Walchhofer   Daron Rahlves
1130 18 [nb 2]12 January 2003   SL 324    Ivica Kostelić   Bode Miller  Hans Petter Buraas
1131 19 14 January 2003       Adelboden GS 286    Hans Knauß     Michael von Grünigen  Kjetil André Aamodt
1132 20 17 January 2003       Wengen DH 331    Stephan Eberharter   Daron Rahlves     Bruno Kernen II
1133 21 18 January 2003   DH 332      Bruno Kernen II   Michael Walchhofer   Stephan Eberharter
1134 22 19 January 2003   SL 325    Giorgio Rocca   Akira Sasaki   Ivica Kostelić
1135 23 19 January 2003   KB 083    Kjetil André Aamodt   Bode Miller  Lasse Kjus
24 January 2003     Kitzbühel SG cnx  replaced in Kitzbühel on 27 January 2003
1136 24 25 January 2003   DH 333    Daron Rahlves     Didier Cuche  Kjetil André Aamodt
1137 25 26 January 2003   SL 326    Kalle Palander   Rainer Schönfelder   Heinz Schilchegger
1138 26 26 January 2003   KB 084    Michael Walchhofer  Aksel Lund Svindal     Didier Défago
1139 27 [nb 3]27 January 2003   SG 107    Hermann Maier   Christoph Gruber   Stephan Eberharter
1140 28 28 January 2003     Schladming SL 327    Kalle Palander   Benjamin Raich  Hans Petter Buraas
2003 World Championships (2–16 February)
1141 29 22 February 2003     Garmisch-Partenkirchen DH 334    Stephan Eberharter     Didier Cuche   Daron Rahlves
1142 30 23 February 2003   SG 108    Marco Büchel   Stephan Eberharter     Tobias Grünenfelder
1143 31 1 March 2003     Yongpyong GS 287      Michael von Grünigen   Frédéric Covili   Bode Miller
1144 32 2 March 2003   SL 328    Kalle Palander   Giorgio Rocca   Benjamin Raich
1145 33 8 March 2003     Shiga Kōgen SL 329    Kalle Palander
  Rainer Schönfelder
  Giorgio Rocca
1146 34 12 March 2003    Lillehammer DH 335    Antoine Dénériaz   Stephan Eberharter   Daron Rahlves
1147 35 13 March 2003   SG 109    Stephan Eberharter  Lasse Kjus   Hannes Reichelt
1148 36 15 March 2003   GS 288    Hans Knauß   Benjamin Raich     Michael von Grünigen
1149 37 16 March 2003   SL 330    Giorgio Rocca   Kalle Palander   Manfred Pranger

LadiesEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, K.O. – Slalom (knock-out system), KB – Combined[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
1045 1 26 October 2002     Sölden GS 277   Andrine Flemmen
  Nicole Hosp
  Tina Maze
1046 2 21 November 2002     Park City GS 278    Birgit Heeb   Alexandra Meissnitzer   Janica Kostelić
1047 3 23 November 2002   SL 312    Janica Kostelić   Christel Pascal   Sabine Egger
1048 4 29 November 2002     Aspen SG 112    Hilde Gerg   Janica Kostelić   Isolde Kostner
1049 5 30 November 2002   SL 313    Anja Pärson   Janica Kostelić   Marlies Schild
1050 6 6 December 2002     Lake Louise DH 273    Hilde Gerg   Carole Montillet   Kirsten Lee Clark
1051 7 7 December 2002   DH 274    Carole Montillet   Corinne Rey-Bellet   Renate Götschl
1052 8 8 December 2002   SG 113    Karen Putzer   Martina Ertl   Carole Montillet
1053 9 12 December 2002     Val d'Isère GS 279    Karen Putzer   Sonja Nef   Michaela Dorfmeister
  Alexandra Meissnitzer
1054 10 13 December 2002   SG 114    Carole Montillet   Daniela Ceccarelli   Michaela Dorfmeister
1055 11 15 December 2002     Sestriere KO 001    Anja Pärson   Tanja Poutiainen   Nicole Hosp
1056 12 21 December 2002       Lenzerheide DH 275    Michaela Dorfmeister   Brigitte Obermoser   Kirsten Lee Clark
1057 13 22 December 2002   SL 314    Janica Kostelić   Tanja Poutiainen   Claudia Riegler
1058 14 22 December 2002   KB 072    Janica Kostelić   Martina Ertl   Maria Riesch
1059 15 28 December 2002     Semmering GS 280    Karen Putzer   Janica Kostelić   Nicole Hosp
  Denise Karbon
1060 16 29 December 2002   SL 315    Janica Kostelić   Christel Pascal   Nicole Gius
1061 17 4 January 2003     Bormio GS 281      Sonja Nef   Anja Pärson   Michaela Dorfmeister
1062 18 5 January 2003   SL 316    Janica Kostelić   Elisabeth Görgl   Anja Pärson
1063 19 15 January 2003     Cortina d'Ampezzo SG 115    Carole Montillet   Renate Götschl   Hilde Gerg
1064 20 17 January 2003   SG 116    Renate Götschl   Alexandra Meissnitzer   Mélanie Turgeon
1065 21 18 January 2003   DH 276    Renate Götschl   Kirsten Lee Clark   Michaela Dorfmeister
1066 22 19 January 2003   GS 282    Anja Pärson   Janica Kostelić   Karen Putzer
1067 23 25 January 2003     Maribor GS 283    Anja Pärson   Nicole Hosp   Martina Ertl
1068 24 26 January 2003   SL 317    Anja Pärson   Janica Kostelić   Nicole Hosp
2003 World Championships (2–16 February)
1069 25 28 February 2003     Innsbruck SG 117    Renate Götschl   Carole Montillet   Alexandra Meissnitzer
1070 26 1 March 2003   DH 277    Michaela Dorfmeister   Katja Wirth   Hilde Gerg
1071 27 2 March 2003   SG 118    Brigitte Obermoser   Carole Montillet   Renate Götschl
1072 28 6 March 2003     Åre GS 284    Anja Pärson   Daniela Merighetti   Denise Karbon
1073 29 8 March 2003   SL 318    Janica Kostelić   Anja Pärson   Monika Bergmann
1074 30 12 March 2003    Lillehammer DH 278    Renate Götschl   Ingrid Jacquemod   Kirsten Lee Clark
1075 31 13 March 2003   SG 119    Karen Putzer   Martina Ertl
  Alexandra Meissnitzer
1076 32 15 March 2003   SL 319    Kristina Koznick   Laure Pequegnot   Marlies Schild
1077 33 16 March 2003   GS 285    Karen Putzer   Denise Karbon   Nicole Hosp

MenEdit

At the World Cup finals in Lillehammer (Kvitfjell, Hafjell), only the best racers were allowed to compete and only the top 15 finishers were awarded with points.

OverallEdit

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Place Name Country Total
1 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 1333
2 Bode Miller   United States 1100
3 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 940
4 Kalle Palander   Finland 718
5 Didier Cuche     Switzerland 709
6 Daron Rahlves   United States 647
7 Ivica Kostelić   Croatia 632
8 Benjamin Raich   Austria 622
9 Michael Walchhofer   Austria 600
10 Hans Knauß   Austria 596

DownhillEdit

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In Men's Downhill World Cup 2002/03 the all results count.

Place Name Country Total 4  6  8  12  14  17  20  21  24  29  34 
1 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 790 100 100 100 - - 100 100 60 50 100 80
2 Daron Rahlves   United States 593 7 60 10 24 100 60 80 32 100 60 60
3 Michael Walchhofer   Austria 430 40 80 8 80 29 80 - 80 9 - 24
4 Bruno Kernen     Switzerland 351 5 15 32 20 - 36 60 100 14 29 40
5 Hannes Trinkl   Austria 341 80 26 26 40 60 26 24 14 45 - -
6 Antoine Dénériaz   France 337 11 - 50 100 - 18 - 40 18 - 100
7 Fritz Strobl   Austria 334 45 50 11 50 80 14 - 26 26 32 -
Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 334 60 36 45 14 - - 32 29 60 13 45
9 Didier Cuche     Switzerland 333 9 45 - 11 22 45 14 5 80 80 22
10 Klaus Kröll   Austria 317 22 22 80 32 32 50 26 - 24 - 29

Super GEdit

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In Men's Super G World Cup 2002/03 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 5  7  11  27  30  35 
1 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 356 100 16 - 60 80 100
2 Marco Büchel   Liechtenstein 280 40 80 60 - 100 -
3 Didier Cuche     Switzerland 270 60 100 20 40 18 32
4 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 251 50 36 50 29 36 50
5 Hannes Reichelt   Austria 194 - - 80 32 22 60
6 Christoph Gruber   Austria 185 5 9 29 80 40 22
7 Didier Défago     Switzerland 180 16 50 100 3 11 -
8 Andreas Schifferer   Austria 165 45 22 32 50 16 -
9 Hannes Trinkl   Austria 155 24 60 - 26 - 45
10 Josef Strobl   Austria 150 80 - 24 18 12 16
11 Lasse Kjus   Norway 140 20 14 26 - - 80
12 Bode Miller   United States 138 36 40 40 22 - -
Bruno Kernen     Switzerland 138 10 - 45 14 29 40
14 Hans Knauß   Austria 131 - 29 18 45 10 29
15 Ambrosi Hoffmann     Switzerland 127 15 45 - 24 7 36
16 Fritz Strobl   Austria 124 26 - 12 36 50 -
17 Tobias Grünenfelder     Switzerland 107 13 26 - 8 60 -
18 Franco Cavegn     Switzerland 102 32 18 1 5 20 26
19 Hermann Maier   Austria 100 - - - 100 - -

Giant SlalomEdit

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In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 2002/03 all results count. Michael von Grünigen won his fourth Giant Slalom World Cup.

Place Name Country Total 1  2  9  13  15  19  31  36 
1 Michael von Grünigen     Switzerland 524 60 100 100 18 24 80 100 60
2 Bode Miller   United States 425 45 - 80 100 100 - 60 40
3 Hans Knauß   Austria 365 11 26 32 40 40 100 16 100
4 Frédéric Covili   France 296 80 29 36 - 10 45 80 16
5 Heinz Schilchegger   Austria 249 24 9 10 20 36 50 50 50
Massimiliano Blardone   Italy 249 36 50 11 45 15 32 36 24
7 Christian Mayer   Austria 234 10 80 - 60 80 - 4 -
8 Benjamin Raich   Austria 231 - 60 9 32 50 - - 80
9 Christoph Gruber   Austria 227 26 9 60 16 16 36 40 24
10 Joël Chenal   France 194 20 - 50 50 - - 45 29
11 Didier Défago     Switzerland 171 29 24 26 40 20 - 32 -
12 Erik Schlopy   United States 163 - 45 - 4 50 - 12 50
13 Fredrik Nyberg   Sweden 159 40 40 16 - 13 - 18 32
14 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 156 50 - 13 13 - 60 - 20
15 Arnold Rieder   Italy 150 10 22 45 - 32 15 26 -
16 Stephan Eberharter   Austria 147 100 32 - - 7 - 8 -

SlalomEdit

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In Men's Slalom World Cup 2002/03 the all results count. Race No. 10 at Sestriere was a K.O.-Slalom.

Place Name Country Total 3  10  16  18  22  25  28  32  33  37 
1 Kalle Palander   Finland 658 11 22 50 45 50 100 100 100 100 80
2 Ivica Kostelić   Croatia 580 18 100 100 100 60 50 50 16 50 36
3 Rainer Schönfelder   Austria 473 100 - 80 36 18 80 6 8 100 45
4 Giorgio Rocca   Italy 438 13 80 - - 100 - 5 80 60 100
5 Manfred Pranger   Austria 385 50 26 45 50 32 - 45 32 45 60
6 Benjamin Raich   Austria 367 60 10 40 40 - 45 80 60 - 32
7 Hans Petter Buraas   Norway 280 - 50 32 60 45 - 60 15 18 -
8 Truls Ove Karlsen   Norway 263 45 60 - 20 24 32 24 - 29 29
9 Pierrick Bourgeat   France 224 80 2 - - 6 18 18 20 26 24
10 Jean-Pierre Vidal   France 200 40 45 60 - 40 - - - 15 -

CombinedEdit

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In Men's Combined World Cup 2002/03 both results count.

Place Name Country Total 23  26 
1 Bode Miller   United States 125 80 45
2 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 100 100 -
Michael Walchhofer   Austria 100 - 100
4 Aksel Lund Svindal   Norway 80 - 80
5 Ambrosi Hoffmann     Switzerland 72 36 36
Bruno Kernen     Switzerland 72 40 32
7 Lasse Kjus   Norway 60 60 -
Didier Défago     Switzerland 60 - 60
9 Gaetan Llorach   France 50 50 -
Christoph Gruber   Austria 50 - 50

LadiesEdit

At the World Cup finals in Lillehammer (Kvitfjell, Hafjell), only the best racers were allowed to compete and only the top 15 finishers were awarded with points.

OverallEdit

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Place Name Country Total
1 Janica Kostelić   Croatia 1570
2 Karen Putzer   Italy 1100
3 Anja Pärson   Sweden 1042
4 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 972
5 Martina Ertl   Germany 922
6 Carole Montillet   France 869
7 Renate Götschl   Austria 830
8 Alexandra Meissnitzer   Austria 776
9 Kirsten Clark   United States 661
10 Nicole Hosp   Austria 558

DownhillEdit

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In Women's Downhill World Cup 2002/03 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 6  7  12  21  26  30 
1 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 372 22 50 100 60 100 40
2 Renate Götschl   Austria 368 36 60 22 100 50 100
3 Kirsten Clark   United States 316 60 45 60 80 11 60
4 Carole Montillet   France 313 80 100 15 50 36 32
5 Corinne Rey-Bellet     Switzerland 230 40 80 13 16 45 36
6 Hilde Gerg   Germany 196 100 - - 36 60 -
7 Ingrid Jacquemod   France 153 20 32 2 18 1 80
8 Mélanie Turgeon   Canada 149 - 18 40 26 20 45
9 Karen Putzer   Italy 143 16 22 26 40 15 24
10 Alexandra Meissnitzer   Austria 139 45 16 4 22 26 26

Super GEdit

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In Women's Super G World Cup 2002/03 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 4  8  10  19  20  25  27  31 
1 Carole Montillet   France 493 18 60 100 100 29 80 80 26
2 Renate Götschl   Austria 458 - 18 50 80 100 100 60 50
3 Karen Putzer   Italy 394 40 100 36 26 50 16 26 100
4 Alexandra Meissnitzer   Austria 350 - 3 32 45 80 60 50 80
5 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 298 36 45 60 22 - 50 40 45
6 Daniela Ceccarelli   Italy 289 24 26 80 24 36 29 50 20
7 Hilde Gerg   Germany 281 100 - - 60 40 45 36 -
Janica Kostelić   Croatia 281 80 36 28 36 45 16 32 18
9 Martina Ertl   Germany 267 32 80 14 13 10 24 14 80
10 Kirsten Clark   United States 252 50 50 40 18 18 11 29 36
11 Brigitte Obermoser   Austria 213 7 13 - - 13 40 100 40

Giant SlalomEdit

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In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 2002/03 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 1  2  9  15  17  22  23  28  33 
1 Anja Pärson   Sweden 514 26 50 - 13 80 100 100 100 45
2 Karen Putzer   Italy 513 - 29 100 100 50 60 45 29 100
3 Janica Kostelić   Croatia 343 24 60 45 80 - 80 14 40 -
4 Nicole Hosp   Austria 332 100 - 32 60 - - 80 - 60
5 Sonja Nef     Switzerland 329 40 45 80 40 100 - 24 - -
6 Denise Karbon   Italy 293 - - 13 60 10 50 20 60 80
7 Alexandra Meissnitzer   Austria 287 - 80 60 32 40 22 16 13 24
8 Martina Ertl   Germany 280 - 24 22 20 18 36 60 50 50
9 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 266 22 7 60 22 60 45 50 - -
10 María José Rienda Contreras   Spain 237 45 14 40 26 45 29 32 6 -
11 Andrine Flemmen   Norway 232 100 - 11 16 26 8 15 16 40
12 Anna Ottosson   Sweden 194 20 40 26 15 36 12 9 20 16
13 Tina Maze   Slovenia 190 100 - - - 8 24 36 - 22
14 Tanja Poutiainen   Finland 184 29 - 18 29 32 - 40 36 -
15 Birgit Heeb-Batliner   Liechtenstein 180 - 100 36 1 5 11 18 9 -

SlalomEdit

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In Women's Slalom World Cup 2002/03 all results count. Race No. 11 at Sestriere was a K.O.-Slalom.

Place Name Country Total 3  5  11  13  16  18  24  29  32 
1 Janica Kostelić   Croatia 710 100 80 50 100 100 100 80 100 -
2 Anja Pärson   Sweden 498 18 100 100 - - 60 100 80 40
3 Tanja Poutiainen   Finland 367 12 18 80 80 - 50 32 45 50
4 Christel Pascal   France 359 80 45 26 14 80 13 45 32 24
5 Marlies Schild   Austria 342 45 60 22 - 40 36 50 29 60
6 Laure Pequegnot   France 341 50 - 40 - 50 36 45 40 80
7 Nicole Gius   Italy 264 29 36 20 18 60 13 2 50 36
8 Monika Bergmann   Germany 245 20 24 16 50 26 40 9 60 -
9 Martina Ertl   Germany 228 24 32 32 13 - 36 10 36 45
10 Nicole Hosp   Austria 226 32 50 60 - - 24 60 - -
11 Kristina Koznick   United States 212 13 - 11 26 - 26 36 - 100

CombinedEdit

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In Women's Combined World Cup 2002/03 only one competition was held.

Place Name Country Total 14 
1 Janica Kostelić   Croatia 100 100
2 Martina Ertl   Germany 80 80
3 Maria Riesch   Germany 60 60
4 Karen Putzer   Italy 50 50
5 Julia Mancuso   United States 45 45
6 Marlies Oester     Switzerland 40 40
7 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 36 36
8 Caroline Lalive   United States 32 32
9 Jessica Lindell-Vikarby   Sweden 29 29
10 Šárka Záhrobská   Czech Republic 29 29

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Downhill from Chamonix was rescheduled to Bormio on 11 January 2003
  2. ^ Slalom from Chamonix was rescheduled to Bormio on 12 January 2003
  3. ^ Super giant slalom from Kitzbühel was rescheduled from 24 to 27 January 2003

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2003 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  2. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2003 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

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