2004–05 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

  (Redirected from Alpine Ski World Cup 2005)

The 39th World Cup season began in October 2004 in Sölden, Austria, and concluded in March 2005 at the World Cup finals in Lenzerheide, Switzerland. The overall winners were Bode Miller of the U.S. and Anja Pärson of Sweden.

FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2004/05
Discipline Men Women
Overall United States Bode Miller Sweden Anja Pärson
Downhill Austria Michael Walchhofer Austria Renate Götschl
Super-G United States Bode Miller Austria Michaela Dorfmeister
Giant slalom Austria Benjamin Raich Finland Tanja Poutiainen
Slalom Austria Benjamin Raich Finland Tanja Poutiainen
Super combined (unofficial) Austria Benjamin Raich Croatia Janica Kostelić
Nations Cup Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 18 13
Individual 36 33
Cancelled 1
Rescheduled 2

The break in the schedule was for the 2005 World Championships, held in Bormio, Italy, between 28 January and 13 February 2005. The women's competition was held in the neighboring skiing area of Santa Caterina.

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Classic Combined, SC – Super Combined[1]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
1189 1 26 October 2004     Sölden GS 296    Bode Miller   Massimiliano Blardone   Kalle Palander
1190 2 27 November 2004     Lake Louise DH 348    Bode Miller   Antoine Dénériaz   Michael Walchhofer
1191 3 28 November 2004   SG 117    Bode Miller   Hermann Maier   Michael Walchhofer
1192 4 2 December 2004     Beaver Creek SG 118    Stephan Görgl   Bode Miller   Mario Scheiber
1193 5 3 December 2004   DH 349    Bode Miller   Daron Rahlves   Michael Walchhofer
1194 6 4 December 2004   GS 297    Lasse Kjus   Hermann Maier   Benjamin Raich
1195 7 5 December 2004   SL 342    Benjamin Raich   Giorgio Rocca   Rainer Schönfelder
1196 8 11 December 2004     Val-d'Isère DH 350    Werner Franz   Marco Büchel   Michael Walchhofer
1197 9 12 December 2004   GS 298    Bode Miller   Lasse Kjus   Hermann Maier
1198 10 13 December 2004     Sestriere SL 343    Bode Miller   Silvan Zurbriggen   Kalle Palander
1199 11 17 December 2004     Val Gardena SG 119    Michael Walchhofer   Hermann Maier   Benjamin Raich
1200 12 18 December 2004   DH 351    Max Rauffer   Jürg Grünenfelder   Hans Grugger
1201 13 19 December 2004     Alta Badia GS 299    Thomas Grandi   Benjamin Raich   Didier Cuche
  Hermann Maier
1202 14 21 December 2004     Flachau GS 300    Thomas Grandi   Didier Cuche   Bode Miller
1203 15 22 December 2004   SL 344    Giorgio Rocca   Rainer Schönfelder   Alois Vogl
1204 16 29 December 2004     Bormio DH 352    Hans Grugger   Michael Walchhofer   Fritz Strobl
1205 17 8 January 2005     Chamonix DH 353    Hans Grugger   Kristian Ghedina   Michael Walchhofer
1206 18 9 January 2005   SL 345    Giorgio Rocca   Benjamin Raich   Markus Larsson
1207 19 11 January 2005     Adelboden GS 301    Massimiliano Blardone   Bode Miller   Kalle Palander
1208 20 14 January 2005     Wengen SC 087    Benjamin Raich   Lasse Kjus   Didier Défago
1209 21 15 January 2005   DH 354    Michael Walchhofer   Christoph Gruber   Bode Miller
1210 22 16 January 2005   SL 346    Alois Vogl   Ivica Kostelić   Benjamin Raich
21 January 2005     Kitzbühel SG cnx  replaced in Kitzbühel on 24 January 2005
22 January 2005   DH cnx  replaced in Garmisch-Partenkirchen on 18 February 2005
1211 23 23 January 2005   SL 347    Manfred Pranger   Mario Matt   Ivica Kostelić
23 January 2005   KB cnx  cancelled
1212 24 [nb 1]24 January 2005   SG 120    Hermann Maier   Daron Rahlves   Fritz Strobl
1213 25 25 January 2005     Schladming SL 348    Manfred Pranger   Benjamin Raich   André Myhrer
World Championships (28 January–13 February)
1214 26 [nb 2]18 February 2005     Garmisch-Partenkirchen DH 355    Michael Walchhofer   Hermann Maier   Bode Miller
1215 27 19 February 2005   DH 356    Michael Walchhofer   Mario Scheiber   Fritz Strobl
1216 28 20 February 2005   SG 121    Christoph Gruber   Didier Défago   François Bourque
1217 29 26 February 2005     Kranjska Gora GS 302    Benjamin Raich   Hermann Maier   Kalle Palander
1218 30 27 February 2005   SL 349    Giorgio Rocca   André Myhrer   Benjamin Raich
1219 31 5 March 2005     Kvitfjell DH 357    Hermann Maier   Mario Scheiber   Ambrosi Hoffmann
1220 32 6 March 2005   SG 122    Hermann Maier   Didier Défago   Daron Rahlves
1221 33 10 March 2005     Lenzerheide DH 358    Lasse Kjus   Bode Miller   Fritz Strobl
1222 34 11 March 2005   SG 123    Bode Miller
  Daron Rahlves
  Stephan Görgl
1223 35 12 March 2005   GS 303    Stephan Görgl   Bode Miller   Benjamin Raich
1224 36 13 March 2005   SL 350    Mario Matt   Alois Vogl   Rainer Schönfelder

LadiesEdit

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, SC – Super Combined[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
1113 1 23 October 2004     Sölden GS 294    Anja Pärson   Tanja Poutiainen   María José Rienda
1114 2 26 November 2004     Aspen GS 295    Tanja Poutiainen   Anja Pärson   Janica Kostelić
1115 3 27 November 2004   SL 330    Janica Kostelić   Anja Pärson   Tanja Poutiainen
1116 4 28 November 2004   SL 331    Tanja Poutiainen   Manuela Mölgg   Kristina Koznick
1117 5 3 December 2004     Lake Louise DH 288    Lindsey Kildow   Carole Montillet   Hilde Gerg
1118 6 4 December 2004   DH 289    Hilde Gerg   Renate Götschl   Carole Montillet
1119 7 5 December 2004   SG 128    Michaela Dorfmeister   Renate Götschl   Lindsey Kildow
1120 8 11 December 2004     Altenmarkt SG 129    Alexandra Meissnitzer   Lucia Recchia   Tina Maze
1121 9 12 December 2004   SL 332    Tanja Poutiainen   Marlies Schild   Janica Kostelić
1122 10 21 December 2004     St. Moritz SG 130    Hilde Gerg   Lindsey Kildow   Maria Riesch
1123 11 22 December 2004   GS 296    Tina Maze   Anja Pärson   María José Rienda
1124 12 28 December 2004     Semmering GS 297    Marlies Schild   Tanja Poutiainen   Elisabeth Görgl
1125 13 29 December 2004   SL 333    Marlies Schild   Janica Kostelić   Tanja Poutiainen
1126 14 6 January 2005     Santa Caterina DH 290    Michaela Dorfmeister   Lindsey Kildow   Hilde Gerg
1127 15 7 January 2005   DH 291    Ingrid Jacquemod   Renate Götschl   Carole Montillet
1128 16 8 January 2005   GS 298    Tina Maze   Geneviève Simard   Allison Forsyth
1129 17 9 January 2005   SL 334    Marlies Schild   Kristina Koznick   Monika Bergmann
1130 18 12 January 2005     Cortina d'Ampezzo SG 131    Renate Götschl   Anja Pärson   Martina Ertl
1131 19 14 January 2005   SG 132    Renate Götschl   Lindsey Kildow   Silvia Berger
1132 20 15 January 2005   DH 292    Renate Götschl   Janica Kostelić   Lindsey Kildow
1133 21 16 January 2005   DH 293    Michaela Dorfmeister   Renate Götschl   Hilde Gerg
1134 22 20 January 2005     Zagreb SL 335    Tanja Poutiainen   Kristina Koznick   Marlies Schild
1135 23 22 January 2005     Maribor GS 299    Tina Maze   Karen Putzer   Martina Ertl
1136 24 23 January 2005   SL 336    Anja Pärson   Janica Kostelić   Tanja Poutiainen
World Championships (28 January–13 February)
1137 25 19 February 2005     Åre SG 133    Michaela Dorfmeister   Alexandra Meissnitzer   Lucia Recchia
1138 26 20 February 2005   GS 300    María José Rienda   Nicole Hosp   Anja Pärson
1139 27 25 February 2005     San Sicario SG 134    Anja Pärson   Isolde Kostner   Michaela Dorfmeister
  Tina Maze
1140 28 26 February 2005   DH 294    Anja Pärson   Janica Kostelić   Hilde Gerg
1141 29 27 February 2005   SC 073    Janica Kostelić   Anja Pärson   Emily Brydon
1142 30 10 March 2005     Lenzerheide DH 295    Renate Götschl   Ingrid Jacquemod   Hilde Gerg
1143 31 11 March 2005   SG 135    Michaela Dorfmeister   Marlies Schild   Anja Pärson
1144 32 12 March 2005   SL 337    Sarah Schleper   Janica Kostelić   Nicole Hosp
1145 33 13 March 2005   GS 301    María José Rienda   Tanja Poutiainen   Nicole Hosp

MenEdit

At the World Cup finals in Lenzerheide only the best racers were allowed to compete and only the best 15 finishers were awarded with points.

OverallEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Bode Miller   United States 1648
2 Benjamin Raich   Austria 1454
3 Hermann Maier   Austria 1295
4 Michael Walchhofer   Austria 1012
5 Daron Rahlves   United States 984
6 Didier Défago    Switzerland 684
7 Lasse Kjus   Norway 580
8 Fritz Strobl   Austria 537
9 Kalle Palander   Finland 530
10 Hans Grugger   Austria 521

DownhillEdit

In Men's Downhill World Cup 2004/05 the all results count.

Place Name Country Total 2  5  8  12  16  17  21  26  27  31  33 
1 Michael Walchhofer   Austria 681 60 60 60 11 80 60 100 100 100 - 50
2 Bode Miller   United States 618 100 100 50 18 18 32 60 60 50 50 80
3 Hermann Maier   Austria 451 45 29 5 - 24 32 50 80 36 100 50
4 Daron Rahlves   United States 444 50 80 36 18 40 45 - 45 45 45 40
5 Hans Grugger   Austria 418 13 22 9 60 100 100 20 50 12 14 18
6 Fritz Strobl   Austria 379 - 32 26 50 60 - 22 40 60 29 60
7 Werner Franz   Austria 254 10 - 100 20 26 12 45 26 4 11 -
8 Mario Scheiber   Austria 247 2 6 6 4 - 50 6 13 80 80 -
9 Christoph Gruber   Austria 242 - 14 14 - 29 40 80 14 15 36 -
10 Marco Büchel   Liechtenstein 237 8 24 80 12 - 6 7 - 24 40 36

Super GEdit

In Men's Super G World Cup 2004/05 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 3  4  11  24  28  32  34 
1 Bode Miller   United States 470 100 80 50 45 50 45 100
2 Hermann Maier   Austria 453 80 32 80 100 32 100 29
3 Daron Rahlves   United States 362 45 15 22 80 40 60 100
4 Didier Défago    Switzerland 286 32 10 14 50 80 80 20
5 Michael Walchhofer   Austria 265 60 - 100 24 45 - 36
6 Benjamin Raich   Austria 262 40 26 60 36 26 50 24
7 Stephan Görgl   Austria 245 15 100 29 29 6 6 60
8 Marco Büchel   Liechtenstein 198 24 36 40 15 20 13 50
9 Mario Scheiber   Austria 166 36 60 24 12 10 24 -
10 Fritz Strobl   Austria 158 - 40 26 60 - 32 -
11 Aksel Lund Svindal   Norway 156 15 24 45 45 7 20 -
12 Christoph Gruber   Austria 151 9 - 22 20 100 - -

Giant SlalomEdit

In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 2004/05 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 1  6  9  13  14  19  29  35 
1 Benjamin Raich   Austria 423 20 60 3 80 50 50 100 60
2 Bode Miller   United States 420 100 - 100 - 60 80 - 80
3 Thomas Grandi   Canada 366 36 20 24 100 100 22 40 24
4 Hermann Maier   Austria 362 16 80 60 60 3 13 80 50
5 Massimiliano Blardone   Italy 345 80 18 20 36 12 100 50 29
6 Kalle Palander   Finland 303 60 15 40 - 32 60 60 36
7 Lasse Kjus   Norway 258 - 100 80 - 11 45 22 -
8 Davide Simoncelli   Italy 207 5 36 50 22 40 18 36 -
9 Stephan Görgl   Austria 206 3 45 26 6 - - 26 100
10 Fredrik Nyberg   Sweden 203 32 - 18 15 24 40 29 45

SlalomEdit

In Men's Slalom World Cup 2004/05 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 7  10  15  18  22  23  25  30  36 
1 Benjamin Raich   Austria 552 100 50 40 80 60 32 80 60 50
2 Rainer Schönfelder   Austria 408 60 29 80 29 - 50 50 50 60
3 Manfred Pranger   Austria 396 36 36 24 32 50 100 100 18 -
4 Giorgio Rocca   Italy 390 80 - 100 100 - - 10 100 -
5 Alois Vogl   Germany 310 - 22 60 22 100 26 - - 80
6 Mario Matt   Austria 294 29 - 45 40 - 80 - - 100
7 Ivica Kostelić   Croatia 263 - - 36 45 80 60 - 16 26
8 Manfred Mölgg   Italy 256 24 32 - 26 24 40 36 29 45
9 André Myhrer   Sweden 247 45 18 - - 12 - 60 80 32
10 Kalle Palander   Finland 227 50 60 - 50 - 16 - 22 29
11 Markus Larsson   Sweden 191 12 - - 60 45 29 - 45 -
12 Silvan Zurbriggen    Switzerland 170 11 80 - 36 32 - 11 - -
13 Jean-Pierre Vidal   France 152 - 14 11 - 11 20 45 15 36
14 Akira Sasaki   Japan 144 22 45 26 - 29 - - - 22
15 Bode Miller   United States 140 - 100 - - - - - - 40

Super combinedEdit

In Men's Combined World Cup 2004/05 only one competition was held.

Place Name Country Total 20 
1 Benjamin Raich   Austria 100 100
2 Lasse Kjus   Norway 80 80
3 Didier Défago    Switzerland 60 60
4 Daniel Albrecht    Switzerland 50 50
5 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway 45 45
6 Pierrick Bourgeat   France 40 40
7 Christoph Gruber   Austria 36 36
8 Peter Fill   Italy 32 32
9 Markus Larsson   Sweden 29 29
Hermann Maier   Austria 29 29

LadiesEdit

At the World Cup finals in Lenzerheide only the best racers were allowed to compete and only the best 15 finishers were awarded with points.

OverallEdit

Place Name Country Total
1 Anja Pärson   Sweden 1359
2 Janica Kostelić   Croatia 1356
3 Renate Götschl   Austria 1295
4 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 1122
5 Tanja Poutiainen   Finland 1039
6 Lindsey Kildow   United States 914
7 Hilde Gerg   Germany 799
8 Marlies Schild   Austria 668
9 Julia Mancuso   United States 659
10 Tina Maze   Slovenia 650

DownhillEdit

In Women's Downhill World Cup 2004/05 all results count. Renate Götschl won her fourth Downhill World Cup.

Place Name Country Total 5  6  14  15  20  21  28  30 
1 Renate Götschl   Austria 567 45 80 50 80 100 80 32 100
2 Hilde Gerg   Germany 495 60 100 60 45 50 60 60 60
3 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 432 50 32 100 15 45 100 50 40
4 Janica Kostelić   Croatia 387 20 26 36 45 80 50 80 50
5 Lindsey Kildow   United States 384 100 45 80 50 60 13 36 -
6 Ingrid Jacquemod   France 298 18 16 18 100 40 12 14 80
7 Carole Montillet   France 284 80 60 45 60 12 5 4 18
8 Anja Pärson   Sweden 209 15 14 1 - 2 45 100 32
9 Sylviane Berthod    Switzerland 207 36 22 40 11 18 40 40 -
10 Julia Mancuso   United States 170 16 - 9 20 14 32 29 50

Super GEdit

In Women's Super G World Cup 2004/05 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 7  8  10  18  19  25  27  31 
1 Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria 493 100 20 50 45 18 100 60 100
2 Renate Götschl   Austria 416 80 - 29 100 100 26 36 45
3 Lindsey Kildow   United States 396 60 20 80 50 80 36 20 50
4 Anja Pärson   Sweden 359 22 32 20 80 - 45 100 60
5 Hilde Gerg   Germany 296 50 26 100 14 29 32 45 -
6 Alexandra Meissnitzer   Austria 276 6 100 4 26 40 80 - 20
7 Janica Kostelić   Croatia 257 45 40 15 20 26 50 45 16
8 Lucia Recchia   Italy 240 - 80 45 24 - 60 15 16
9 Tina Maze   Slovenia 236 12 60 40 6 24 16 60 18
10 Martina Ertl   Germany 224 40 - 12 60 36 18 18 40

Giant SlalomEdit

In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 2004/05 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 1  2  11  12  16  23  26  33 
1 Tanja Poutiainen   Finland 461 80 100 45? 80 40 36 - 80
2 Anja Pärson   Sweden 410 100 80 80 - 40 50 60 -
3 María José Rienda Contreras   Spain 384 60 - 60 40 - 24 100 100
4 Tina Maze   Slovenia 366 - 20 100 8 100 100 16 22
5 Geneviève Simard   Canada 241 7 14 26 16 80 22 36 40
6 Nicole Hosp   Austria 238 29 - 24 - - 45 80 60
7 Martina Ertl   Germany 230 45 45 4 26 - 60 14 36
Julia Mancuso   United States 230 16 - 40 - 50 45 50 29
9 Karen Putzer   Italy 226 26 29 50 - 15 80 8 18
10 Elisabeth Görgl   Austria 225 20 26 - 60 24 - 45 50

SlalomEdit

In Women's Slalom World Cup 2004/05 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 3  4  9  13  17  22  24  32 
1 Tanja Poutiainen   Finland 570 60 100 100 60 40 100 60 50
2 Janica Kostelić   Croatia 400 100 - 60 80 - - 80 80
3 Marlies Schild   Austria 376 - - 80 100 100 60 36 -
4 Kristina Koznick   United States 355 40 60 26 24 80 80 45 -
5 Sarah Schleper   United States 337 24 16 36 45 26 40 50 100
6 Anja Pärson   Sweden 301 80 - 50 45 - - 100 26
7 Nicole Hosp   Austria 204 50 - - 15 29 50 - 60
8 Monika Bergmann-Schmuderer   Germany 194 36 - 32 50 60 - 16 -
9 Veronika Zuzulová   Slovakia 185 22 32 11 26 50 24 20 -
10 Nika Fleiss   Croatia 183 7 29 29 13 15 32 18 40

Women's Super combinedEdit

In Women's Combined World Cup 2004/05 only one competition was held.

Place Name Country Total 29 
1 Janica Kostelić   Croatia 100 100
2 Anja Pärson   Sweden 80 80
3 Emily Brydon   Canada 60 60
4 Nicole Hosp   Austria 50 50
5 Lindsey Kildow   United States 45 45
6 Julia Mancuso   United States 40 40
7 Renate Götschl   Austria 36 36
8 Resi Stiegler   United States 32 32
9 Marlies Schild   Austria 29 29
10 Brigitte Acton   Canada 26 26

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ Super giant slalom from Kitzbühel was rescheduled from 21 to 24 January 2005.
  2. ^ Downhill from Kitzbühel was rescheduled to Garmisch-Partenkirchen on 18 February 2005.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2005 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  2. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2005 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

External linksEdit