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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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The FIS Alpine Ski World Cup is the top international circuit of alpine skiing competitions, launched in 1966 by a group of ski racing friends and experts which included French journalist Serge Lang and the alpine ski team directors from France (Honore Bonnet) and the USA (Bob Beattie).[1] It was soon backed by International Ski Federation president Marc Hodler during the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 1966 at Portillo, Chile, and became an official FIS event in the spring of 1967 after the FIS Congress at Beirut, Lebanon. The first World Cup ski race was held in Berchtesgaden, West Germany, on January 5, 1967. Jean-Claude Killy of France and Nancy Greene of Canada were the overall winners for the first two seasons.

Alpine Ski World Cup
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Genre Alpine skiing
Location(s) Europe
Canada
United States
Japan (rarely)
Russia (rarely)
Australia (rarely)
Argentina (rarely)
South Korea (rarely)
New Zealand (rarely)
Inaugurated 5 January 1967 (5 January 1967) (men)
7 January 1967 (7 January 1967) (ladies)
Founder France Serge Lang
France Honore Bonnet
United States Bob Beattie
Previous event 2017–18 season
Organised by International Ski Federation
People Italy Markus Waldner (men)
Norway Atle Skårdal (ladies)
Sponsor Audi Quattro

Contents

RulesEdit

Competitors attempt to achieve the best time in four disciplines: slalom, giant slalom, super G, and downhill. The fifth event, the combined, employs the downhill and slalom. The World Cup originally included only slalom, giant slalom, and downhill races. Combined events (calculated using results from selected downhill and slalom races) were included starting with the 1974–75 season, while the Super G was added for the 1982–83 season. The current scoring system was implemented in the 1991–92 season. For every race points are awarded to the top 30 finishers: 100 points to the winner, 80 for second, 60 for third, winding down to 1 point for 30th place. The racer with the most points at the end of the season in mid-March wins the Cup, with the trophy consisting of a 9 kilogram crystal globe.[2] Sub-prizes are also awarded in each individual race discipline, with a smaller 3.5 kg crystal globe. (See the section on scoring system below for more information.)

The World Cup is held annually, and is considered the premier competition for alpine ski racing after the quadrennial Winter Olympics. Many consider the World Cup to be a more valuable title than the Olympics or the biennial World Championships, since it requires a competitor to ski at an extremely high level in several disciplines throughout the season, and not just in one race.[3]

Races are hosted primarily at ski resorts in the Alps in Europe, with regular stops in Scandinavia, North America, and east Asia, but a few races have also been held in the Southern Hemisphere. World Cup competitions have been hosted in 25 different countries around the world: Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States.[4] (Note that all World Cup races hosted in Bosnia were held when it was still part of Yugoslavia.)

Lower competitive circuits include the NorAm Cup in North America and the Europa Cup in Europe.

Overall winnersEdit

Multiple individual overall World Cup winners are marked with (#).

IndividualEdit

Season Men Ladies
Name Country Name Country
1967 Jean-Claude Killy   France Nancy Greene   Canada
1968 Jean-Claude Killy (2)   France Nancy Greene (2)   Canada
1968–69 Karl Schranz   Austria Gertrud Gabl   Austria
1969–70 Karl Schranz (2)   Austria Michèle Jacot   France
1970–71 Gustav Thöni   Italy Annemarie Pröll   Austria
1971–72 Gustav Thöni (2)   Italy Annemarie Pröll (2)   Austria
1972–73 Gustav Thöni (3)   Italy Annemarie Pröll (3)   Austria
1973–74 Piero Gros   Italy Annemarie Pröll (4)   Austria
1974–75 Gustav Thöni (4)   Italy Annemarie Moser-Pröll (5)   Austria
1975–76 Ingemar Stenmark   Sweden Rosi Mittermaier   West Germany
1976–77 Ingemar Stenmark (2)   Sweden Lise-Marie Morerod     Switzerland 
1977–78 Ingemar Stenmark (3)   Sweden Hanni Wenzel   Liechtenstein
1978–79 Peter Lüscher     Switzerland  Annemarie Moser-Pröll (6)   Austria
1979–80 Andreas Wenzel   Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel (2)   Liechtenstein
1980–81 Phil Mahre   United States Marie-Theres Nadig     Switzerland 
1981–82 Phil Mahre (2)   United States Erika Hess     Switzerland 
1982–83 Phil Mahre (3)   United States Tamara McKinney   United States
1983–84 Pirmin Zurbriggen     Switzerland  Erika Hess (2)     Switzerland 
1984–85 Marc Girardelli   Luxembourg Michela Figini     Switzerland 
1985–86 Marc Girardelli (2)   Luxembourg Maria Walliser     Switzerland 
1986–87 Pirmin Zurbriggen (2)     Switzerland  Maria Walliser (2)     Switzerland 
1987–88 Pirmin Zurbriggen (3)     Switzerland  Michela Figini (2)     Switzerland 
1988–89 Marc Girardelli (3)   Luxembourg Vreni Schneider     Switzerland 
1989–90 Pirmin Zurbriggen (4)     Switzerland  Petra Kronberger   Austria
1990–91 Marc Girardelli (4)   Luxembourg Petra Kronberger (2)   Austria
1991–92 Paul Accola     Switzerland  Petra Kronberger (3)   Austria
1992–93 Marc Girardelli (5)   Luxembourg Anita Wachter   Austria
1993–94 Kjetil André Aamodt   Norway Vreni Schneider (2)     Switzerland 
1994–95 Alberto Tomba   Italy Vreni Schneider (3)     Switzerland 
1995–96 Lasse Kjus   Norway Katja Seizinger   Germany
1996–97 Luc Alphand   France Pernilla Wiberg   Sweden
1997–98 Hermann Maier   Austria Katja Seizinger (2)   Germany
1998–99 Lasse Kjus (2)   Norway Alexandra Meissnitzer   Austria
1999–00 Hermann Maier (2)   Austria Renate Götschl   Austria
2000–01 Hermann Maier (3)   Austria Janica Kostelić   Croatia
2001–02 Stephan Eberharter   Austria Michaela Dorfmeister   Austria
2002–03 Stephan Eberharter (2)   Austria Janica Kostelić (2)   Croatia
2003–04 Hermann Maier (4)   Austria Anja Pärson   Sweden
2004–05 Bode Miller   United States Anja Pärson (2)   Sweden
2005–06 Benjamin Raich   Austria Janica Kostelić (3)   Croatia
2006–07 Aksel Lund Svindal   Norway Nicole Hosp   Austria
2007–08 Bode Miller (2)   United States Lindsey Vonn   United States
2008–09 Aksel Lund Svindal (2)   Norway Lindsey Vonn (2)   United States
2009–10 Carlo Janka     Switzerland  Lindsey Vonn (3)   United States
2010–11 Ivica Kostelić   Croatia Maria Riesch   Germany
2011–12 Marcel Hirscher   Austria Lindsey Vonn (4)   United States
2012–13 Marcel Hirscher (2)   Austria Tina Maze   Slovenia
2013–14 Marcel Hirscher (3)   Austria Anna Fenninger   Austria
2014–15 Marcel Hirscher (4)   Austria Anna Fenninger (2)   Austria
2015–16 Marcel Hirscher (5)   Austria Lara Gut     Switzerland 
2016–17 Marcel Hirscher (6)   Austria Mikaela Shiffrin   United States
2017–18 Marcel Hirscher (7)   Austria Mikaela Shiffrin (2)   United States

Individual titles by countryEdit

Nation Total Men Ladies
  Austria 33 16 17
    Switzerland  19 7 12
  United States 12 5 7
  Sweden 6 3 3
  Italy 6 6
  Norway 5 5
  Luxembourg 5 5
  France 4 3 1
  Croatia 4 1 3
  Liechtenstein 3 1 2
  Germany 3 3
  Canada 2 2
  West Germany 1 1
  Slovenia 1 1

Men overall titlesEdit

The following skiers have at least three overall alpine World Cup titles.

Name Career Overall Disciplines
DH SG GS SL KB
  Marcel Hirscher 2007–active 7 5 5
  Marc Girardelli 1980–1996 5 2 1 3 4
  Hermann Maier 1996–2009 4 2 5 3
    Pirmin Zurbriggen 1981–1990 4 2 4 3 3
  Gustav Thöni 1969–1980 4 N/A 3 2
  Phil Mahre 1975–1984 3 2 1 4
  Ingemar Stenmark 1973–1989 3 N/A 8 8

Ladies overall titlesEdit

The following skiers have at least three overall alpine World Cup titles.

Name Career Overall Disciplines
DH SG GS SL KB
  Annemarie Moser-Pröll 1969–1980 6 7 N/A 3 2
  Lindsey Vonn 2001–active 4 8 5 3
    Vreni Schneider 1984–1995 3 5 6
  Janica Kostelić 1998–2006 3 3 4
  Petra Kronberger 1987–1992 3 1

Discipline titlesEdit

Top 10 Small Crystal Globe podiumsEdit

  Still active
# Skier Period 1st 2nd 3rd
1   Ingemar Stenmark 1975–1987 16 7 1
2   Pirmin Zurbriggen 1983–1990 12 3 3
3   Marc Girardelli 1982–1996 10 5 6
4   Hermann Maier 1998–2006 10 5 3
5   Marcel Hirscher 2012–2018 10 3 1
6   Aksel Lund Svindal 2006–2018 9 3 3
7   Alberto Tomba 1988–1996 8 5 0
8   Benjamin Raich 2001–2010 8 4 5
9   Kjetil André Aamodt 1993–2003 8 4 2
10   Phil Mahre 1978–1983 7 2 3

Winners per disciplineEdit

Combined crystal globe was officially awarded from 2007–2012. However, there are counted all season titles, both official and unofficial. The records for most World Cup titles in each discipline are as follows:

SlalomEdit

Men

In the following table men's slalom World Cup podiums in the World Cup since first season in 1967.[5]

Season 1st 2nd 3rd
1967   Jean-Claude Killy   Guy Perillat   Heinrich Messner
1968   Dumeng Giovanoli   Jean-Claude Killy   Patrick Russel
1969   Alain Penz
  Alfred Matt
  Jean-Noel Augert
  Patrick Russel
1970   Alain Penz
  Patrick Russel
  Jean-Noel Augert
1971   Jean-Noel Augert   Gustav Thöni   Tyler Palmer
1972   Jean-Noel Augert   Andrzej Bachleda   Roland Thöni
1973   Gustav Thöni   Christian Neureuther   Jean-Noel Augert
1974   Gustav Thöni   Christian Neureuther   Johann Kniewasser
1975   Ingemar Stenmark   Gustav Thöni   Piero Gros
1976   Ingemar Stenmark   Piero Gros   Gustav Thöni
  Hans Hinterseer
1977   Ingemar Stenmark   Klaus Heidegger   Paul Frommelt
1978   Ingemar Stenmark   Klaus Heidegger   Phil Mahre
1979   Ingemar Stenmark   Phil Mahre   Christian Neureuther
1980   Ingemar Stenmark   Bojan Križaj   Christian Neureuther
1981   Ingemar Stenmark   Phil Mahre   Bojan Križaj
  Steve Mahre
1982   Phil Mahre   Ingemar Stenmark   Steve Mahre
1983   Ingemar Stenmark
  Stig Strand
  Andreas Wenzel
1984   Marc Girardelli   Ingemar Stenmark   Franz Gruber
1985   Marc Girardelli   Paul Frommelt   Ingemar Stenmark
1986   Rok Petrovič   Bojan Križaj
  Ingemar Stenmark
  Paul Frommelt
1987   Bojan Križaj   Ingemar Stenmark   Armin Bittner
1988   Alberto Tomba   Günther Mader   Felix McGrath
1989   Armin Bittner   Alberto Tomba   Marc Girardelli
  Ole-Christian Furuseth
1990   Armin Bittner   Alberto Tomba
  Ole-Christian Furuseth
1991   Marc Girardelli   Ole-Christian Furuseth   Rudolf Nierlich
1992   Alberto Tomba   Paul Accola   Finn-Christian Jagge
1993   Thomas Fogdö   Alberto Tomba   Thomas Stangassinger
1994   Alberto Tomba   Thomas Stangassinger   Jure Kosir
1995   Alberto Tomba   Michael Tritscher   Jure Kosir
1996   Sebastien Amiez   Alberto Tomba   Thomas Sykora
1997   Thomas Sykora   Thomas Stangassinger   Finn-Christian Jagge
1998   Thomas Sykora   Thomas Stangassinger   Hans-Petter Buraas
1999   Thomas Stangassinger   Jure Košir   Finn-Christian Jagge
2000   Kjetil-Andre Aamodt   Ole-Christian Furuseth   Matjaž Vrhovnik
2001   Benjamin Raich   Heinz Schilchegger   Mario Matt
2002   Ivica Kostelić   Bode Miller   Jean-Pierre Vidal
2003   Kalle Palander   Ivica Kostelić   Rainer Schönfelder
2004   Rainer Schönfelder   Kalle Palander   Benjamin Raich
2005   Benjamin Raich   Rainer Schönfelder   Manfred Pranger
2006   Giorgio Rocca   Kalle Palander   Benjamin Raich
2007   Benjamin Raich   Mario Matt   Jens Byggmark
2008   Manfred Mölgg   Jean-Baptiste Grange   Reinfried Herbst
2009   Jean-Baptiste Grange   Ivica Kostelić   Julien Lizeroux
2010   Reinfried Herbst   Julien Lizeroux   Silvan Zurbriggen
2011   Ivica Kostelić   Jean-Baptiste Grange   Andre Myhrer
2012   Andre Myhrer   Ivica Kostelić   Marcel Hirscher
2013   Marcel Hirscher   Felix Neureuther   Ivica Kostelić
2014   Marcel Hirscher   Felix Neureuther   Henrik Kristoffersen
2015   Marcel Hirscher   Felix Neureuther   Alexander Khoroshilov
2016   Henrik Kristoffersen   Marcel Hirscher   Felix Neureuther
2017   Marcel Hirscher   Henrik Kristoffersen   Manfred Mölgg
2018   Marcel Hirscher   Henrik Kristoffersen   Andre Myhrer

Giant SlalomEdit

Men

In the following table men's giant slalom World Cup podiums from the World Cup first edition in 1967.[6]

Season 1st 2nd 3rd
1967   Jean-Claude Killy   Georges Mauduit   Jimmy Heuga
1968   Jean-Claude Killy   Edmund Bruggmann   Herbert Huber
1969   Karl Schranz   Reinhard Tritscher   Jean-Noel Augert
1970   Gustav Thöni   Patrick Russel
  Dumeng Giovanoli
1971   Gustav Thöni
  Patrick Russel
  Edmund Bruggmann
1972   Gustav Thöni   Edmund Bruggmann   Rogers Rossat-Mignod
1973   Hans Hinterseer   Erik Haker   Adolf Rösti
1974   Piero Gros   Hans Hinterseer   Gustav Thöni
1975   Ingemar Stenmark   Piero Gros   Erik Haker
1976   Ingemar Stenmark   Gustav Thöni   Piero Gros
1977   Ingemar Stenmark
  Heini Hemmi
  Klaus Heidegger
1978   Ingemar Stenmark   Andreas Wenzel   Phil Mahre
1979   Ingemar Stenmark   Peter Lüscher   Bojan Križaj
1980   Ingemar Stenmark   Hans Enn   Jacques Lüthy
1981   Ingemar Stenmark   Alexander Zhirov   Phil Mahre
1982   Phil Mahre   Ingemar Stenmark   Marc Girardelli
1983   Phil Mahre   Ingemar Stenmark
  Max Julen
1984   Ingemar Stenmark
  Pirmin Zurbriggen
  Hans Enn
1985   Marc Girardelli   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Thomas Bürgler
1986   Joel Gaspoz   Ingemar Stenmark   Hubert Strolz
1987   Pirmin Zurbriggen
  Joel Gaspoz
  Richard Pramotton
1988   Alberto Tomba   Hubert Strolz   Helmut Mayer
1989   Ole-Christian Furuseth
  Pirmin Zurbriggen
  Rudolf Nierlich
1990   Günther Mader
  Ole-Christian Furuseth
  Hubert Strolz
1991   Alberto Tomba   Rudolf Nierlich   Marc Girardelli
1992   Alberto Tomba   Hans Pieren   Paul Accola
1993   Kjetil-Andre Aamodt   Alberto Tomba   Marc Girardelli
1994   Christian Mayer   Kjetil-Andre Aamodt   Franck Piccard
1995   Alberto Tomba   Jure Košir   Harald Strand Nilsen
1996   Michael von Grünigen   Urs Kälin   Lasse Kjus
1997   Michael von Grünigen   Kjetil-Andre Aamodt   Hans Knauß
1998   Hermann Maier   Michael von Grünigen   Christian Mayer
1999   Michael von Grünigen   Stephan Eberharter   Hermann Maier
2000   Hermann Maier   Christian Mayer   Michael von Grünigen
2001   Hermann Maier   Michael von Grünigen   Erik Schlopy
2002   Frederic Covili   Benjamin Raich   Stephan Eberharter
2003   Michael von Grünigen   Bode Miller   Hans Knauß
2004   Bode Miller   Kalle Palander   Massimiliano Blardone
2005   Benjamin Raich   Bode Miller   Thomas Grandi
2006   Benjamin Raich   Massimiliano Blardone   Fredrik Nyberg
2007   Aksel Lund Svindal   Massimiliano Blardone   Benjamin Raich
2008   Ted Ligety   Benjamin Raich   Manfred Mölgg
2009   Didier Cuche   Benjamin Raich   Ted Ligety
2010   Ted Ligety   Carlo Janka   Benjamin Raich
2011   Ted Ligety   Aksel Lund Svindal   Cyprien Richard
2012   Marcel Hirscher   Ted Ligety   Massimiliano Blardone
2013   Ted Ligety   Marcel Hirscher   Alexis Pinturault
2014   Ted Ligety   Marcel Hirscher   Alexis Pinturault
2015   Marcel Hirscher   Alexis Pinturault   Ted Ligety
2016   Marcel Hirscher   Alexis Pinturault   Henrik Kristoffersen
2017   Marcel Hirscher   Mathieu Faivre   Alexis Pinturault
2018   Marcel Hirscher   Henrik Kristoffersen   Alexis Pinturault

DownhillEdit

Men

In the following table men's downhill World Cup podiums from the World Cup first edition in 1967.[7]

Season 1st 2nd 3rd
1967   Jean-Claude Killy   Guy Périllat   Franz Vogler
1968   Gerhard Nenning   Jean-Claude Killy   Karl Schranz
1969   Karl Schranz   Henri Duvillard   Heinrich Messner
1970   Karl Cordin
  Karl Schranz
  Henri Duvillard
1971   Bernhard Russi   Bernard Orcel   Karl Cordin
1972   Bernhard Russi   Karl Schranz   Mike Lafferty
1973   Roland Collombin   Bernhard Russi   Marcello Varallo
1974   Roland Collombin   Franz Klammer   Herbert Plank
1975   Franz Klammer   Werner Grissmann   Herbert Plank
1976   Franz Klammer   Herbert Plank   Bernhard Russi
1977   Franz Klammer   Josef Walcher   Bernhard Russi
1978   Franz Klammer   Josef Walcher   Herbert Plank
1979   Peter Mueller   Peter Wirnsberger   Toni Buergler
1980   Peter Mueller   Ken Read   Herbert Plank
1981   Harti Weirather   Steve Podborski   Peter Mueller
1982   Peter Mueller
  Steve Podborski
  Harti Weirather
1983   Franz Klammer   Conradin Cathomen   Harti Weirather
1984   Urs Raeber   Erwin Resch   Bill Johnson
1985   Helmut Hoeflehner   Peter Mueller   Karl Alpiger
1986   Peter Wirnsberger   Peter Mueller   Michael Mair
1987   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Peter Mueller   Franz Heinzer
1988   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Michael Mair   Rob Boyd
1989   Marc Girardelli   Helmut Hoeflehner   Daniel Mahrer
1990   Helmut Hoeflehner   Atle Skardal   Pirmin Zurbriggen
1991   Franz Heinzer   Atle Skardal   Daniel Mahrer
1992   Franz Heinzer   Daniel Mahrer   A.J. Kitt
1993   Franz Heinzer   Atle Skardal   William Besse
1994   Marc Girardelli   Hannes Trinkl   Patrick Ortlieb
1995   Luc Alphand   Kristian Ghedina   Patrick Ortlieb
1996   Luc Alphand   Guenther Mader   Patrick Ortlieb
1997   Luc Alphand   Kristian Ghedina   Fritz Strobl
1998   Andreas Schifferer   Hermann Maier   Nicolas Burtin
1999   Lasse Kjus   Andreas Schifferer   Werner Franz
2000   Hermann Maier   Kristian Ghedina   Josef Strobl
2001   Hermann Maier   Stephan Eberharter   Fritz Strobl
2002   Stephan Eberharter   Fritz Strobl   Kristian Ghedina
2003   Stephan Eberharter   Daron Rahlves   Michael Walchhofer
2004   Stephan Eberharter   Daron Rahlves   Hermann Maier
2005   Michael Walchhofer   Bode Miller   Hermann Maier
2006   Michael Walchhofer   Fritz Strobl   Daron Rahlves
2007   Didier Cuche   Marco Buechel   Erik Guay
2008   Didier Cuche   Bode Miller   Michael Walchhofer
2009   Michael Walchhofer   Klaus Kroell   Didier Defago
2010   Didier Cuche   Carlo Janka   Werner Heel
2011   Didier Cuche   Michael Walchhofer   Klaus Kroell
2012   Klaus Kroell   Beat Feuz   Didier Cuche
2013   Aksel Lund Svindal   Klaus Kroell   Dominik Paris
2014   Aksel Lund Svindal   Hannes Reichelt   Erik Guay
2015   Kjetil Jansrud   Hannes Reichelt   Guillermo Fayed
2016   Peter Fill   Aksel Lund Svindal   Dominik Paris
2017   Peter Fill   Kjetil Jansrud   Dominik Paris
2018   Beat Feuz   Aksel Lund Svindal   Thomas Dreßen

Super-GEdit

In the following table men's Super-G World Cup podiums since first edition in 1986.

Season 1st 2nd 3rd
1986   Markus Wasmeier   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Marc Girardelli
1987   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Marc Girardelli   Markus Wasmeier
1988   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Markus Wasmeier   Franck Piccard
1989   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Lars-Börje Eriksson   Franck Piccard
1990   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Günther Mader   Lars-Börje Eriksson
1991   Franz Heinzer   Stephan Eberharter   Atle Skaardal
1992   Paul Accola   Marc Girardelli   Günther Mader
1993   Kjetil-Andre Aamodt   Günther Mader   Franz Heinzer
1994   Jan Einar Thorsen   Marc Girardelli   Tommy Moe
1995   Peter Runggaldier   Günther Mader   Werner Perathoner
1996   Atle Skaardal   Hans Knauß   Lasse Kjus
1997   Luc Alphand   Josef Strobl   Andreas Schifferer
1998   Hermann Maier   Hans Knauß   Stephan Eberharter
1999   Hermann Maier   Stephan Eberharter   Andreas Schifferer
2000   Hermann Maier   Werner Franz   Fritz Strobl
2001   Hermann Maier   Christoph Gruber   Josef Strobl
2002   Stephan Eberharter   Didier Cuche   Fritz Strobl
2003   Stephan Eberharter   Marco Büchel   Didier Cuche
2004   Hermann Maier   Daron Rahlves   Stephan Eberharter
2005   Bode Miller   Hermann Maier   Daron Rahlves
2006   Aksel Lund Svindal   Hermann Maier   Daron Rahlves
2007   Bode Miller   Didier Cuche   John Kucera
2008   Hannes Reichelt   Didier Cuche   Benjamin Raich
2009   Aksel Lund Svindal   Werner Heel   Didier Defago
2010   Erik Guay   Michael Walchhofer   Aksel Lund Svindal
2011   Didier Cuche   Georg Streitberger   Ivica Kostelić
2012   Aksel Lund Svindal   Didier Cuche   Beat Feuz
2013   Aksel Lund Svindal   Matteo Marsaglia   Matthias Mayer
2014   Aksel Lund Svindal   Kjetil Jansrud   Patrick Küng
2015   Kjetil Jansrud   Dominik Paris   Matthias Mayer
2016   Aleksander Aamodt Kilde   Kjetil Jansrud   Aksel Lund Svindal
2017   Kjetil Jansrud   Hannes Reichelt   Aleksander Aamodt Kilde
2018   Kjetil Jansrud   Vincent Kriechmayr   Aksel Lund Svindal

Combined/Super CombinedEdit

In the following table men's combined (from 2007 Super combined) World Cup podiums in the World Cup since first edition in 1976.[8]

  No trophy
Season 1st 2nd 3rd
1976   Walter Tresch   Gustav Thöni   Jim Hunter
1977   Sepp Ferstl   Walter Tresch
  Gustav Thöni
1978 not held
1979   Andreas Wenzel   Peter Lüscher   Phil Mahre
1980   Phil Mahre   Andreas Wenzel   Anton Steiner
1981   Phil Mahre   Andreas Wenzel   Peter Müller
1982   Phil Mahre   Andreas Wenzel   Even Hole
1983   Phil Mahre   Peter Lüscher   Marc Girardelli
  Pirmin Zurbriggen
1984   Andreas Wenzel   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Anton Steiner
1985   Andreas Wenzel   Franz Heinzer   Peter Müller
1986   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Marc Girardelli   Markus Wasmeier
1987   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Andreas Wenzel
1988   Hubert Strolz   Günther Mader   Franck Piccard
1989   Marc Girardelli   Markus Wasmeier   Pirmin Zurbriggen
1990   Pirmin Zurbriggen   Paul Accola   Markus Wasmeier
1991   Marc Girardelli   Lasse Kjus   Günther Mader
1992   Paul Accola   Hubert Strolz   Markus Wasmeier
1993   Marc Girardelli   Günther Mader   Kjetil André Aamodt
1994   Kjetil André Aamodt
  Lasse Kjus
  Harald Strand Nilsen
1995   Marc Girardelli   Harald Strand Nilsen   Lasse Kjus
1996   Günther Mader   Marc Girardelli   Alessandro Fattori
1997   Kjetil André Aamodt   Lasse Kjus
  Günther Mader
1998   Werner Franz   Kjetil André Aamodt
  Hermann Maier
1999   Kjetil André Aamodt
  Lasse Kjus
  Werner Franz
2000   Kjetil André Aamodt   Hermann Maier   Frederik Nyberg
2001   Lasse Kjus   Kjetil André Aamodt
  Michael Walchhofer
2002   Kjetil André Aamodt   Lasse Kjus   Andrej Jerman
2003   Bode Miller   Kjetil André Aamodt
  Michael Walchhofer
2004   Bode Miller   Benjamin Raich   Lasse Kjus
2005   Benjamin Raich   Lasse Kjus   Didier Défago
2006   Benjamin Raich   Bode Miller
  Michael Walchhofer
2007   Aksel Lund Svindal   Marc Berthod   Ivica Kostelić
2008   Bode Miller   Ivica Kostelić   Daniel Albrecht
2009   Carlo Janka   Silvan Zurbriggen   Romed Baumann
2010   Benjamin Raich   Carlo Janka   Ivica Kostelić
2011   Ivica Kostelić   Christof Innerhofer   Kjetil Jansrud
2012   Ivica Kostelić   Beat Feuz   Romed Baumann
2013   Ivica Kostelić
  Alexis Pinturault
  Thomas Mermillod Blondin
2014   Ted Ligety
  Alexis Pinturault
  Thomas Mermillod Blondin
2015   Carlo Janka   Alexis Pinturault   Victor Muffat-Jeandet
2016   Alexis Pinturault   Thomas Mermillod Blondin   Kjetil Jansrud
2017   Alexis Pinturault   Niels Hintermann   Aleksander Aamodt Kilde
2018   Peter Fill   Kjetil Jansrud   Victor Muffat-Jeandet

Most races wins in each disciplineEdit

MenEdit

As of 17 March 2018

LadiesEdit

Most successful race winnersEdit

A common measurement of how good individual skiers are is the total number of World Cup races won during their skiing career. The following skiers have won at least 20 World Cup races:

Men's race winnersEdit

As of 18 March 2018

Rank Men Career Wins DH SG GS SL KB PSL PGS
1   Ingemar Stenmark 1973–1989 86 46 40 N/A
2   Marcel Hirscher 2007–active 58 1 28 27 2
3   Hermann Maier 1996–2009 54 15 24 14 1 N/A
4   Alberto Tomba 1986–1998 50 15 35 N/A
5   Marc Girardelli 1980–1996 46 3 9 7 16 11 N/A
6     Pirmin Zurbriggen 1981–1990 40 10 10 7 2 11 N/A
7   Benjamin Raich 1996–2015 36 1 14 14 7 N/A
8   Aksel Lund Svindal 2001–active 35 14 16 4 1
9   Bode Miller 1997–2017 33 8 5 9 5 6
10   Stephan Eberharter 1989–2004 29 18 6 5 N/A
11   Phil Mahre 1975–1984 27 7 9 11 N/A
12   Franz Klammer 1972–1985 26 25 1 N/A
  Ivica Kostelić 1998–2017 26 1 15 9 1
14   Ted Ligety 2004–active 25 24 1
15   Gustav Thöni 1969–1980 24 N/A 11 8 4 1 N/A
    Peter Müller 1977–1992 24 19 2 3 N/A
17     Michael von Grünigen 1989–2003 23 23 N/A
18   Kjetil André Aamodt 1989–2006 21 1 5 6 1 8 N/A
    Didier Cuche 1993–2012 21 12 6 3 N/A
   Alexis Pinturault 2009–active 21 1 10 2 7 1
   Kjetil Jansrud 2003–active 21 8 11 1 1

Women's race winnersEdit

As of 18 March 2018

Rank Ladies Career Wins DH SG GS SL KB PSL PGS
1   Lindsey Vonn 2001–active 82 43 28 4 2 5
2   Annemarie Moser-Pröll 1969–1980 62 36 N/A 16 3 7 N/A
3     Vreni Schneider 1984–1995 55 20 34 1 N/A
4   Renate Götschl 1993–2009 46 24 17 1 4 N/A
5   Mikaela Shiffrin 2012–active 43 1 6 32 1 3
6   Anja Pärson 1998–2012 42 6 4 11 18 3 N/A
7   Marlies Schild 2001–2014 37 1 35 1 N/A
8   Katja Seizinger 1989–1998 36 16 16 4 N/A
9   Hanni Wenzel 1972–1984 33 2 12 11 8 N/A
10     Erika Hess 1978–1987 31 6 21 4 N/A
11   Janica Kostelić 1998–2006 30 1 1 2 20 6 N/A
12   Maria Höfl-Riesch 2001–2014 27 11 3 9 4 N/A
13     Michela Figini 1983–1990 26 17 3 2 4 N/A
  Tina Maze 1999–2015 26 4 1 14 4 3
15     Maria Walliser 1980–1990 25 14 3 6 2 N/A
  Michaela Dorfmeister 1991–2006 25 7 10 8 N/A
17     Lise-Marie Morerod 1973–1980 24 N/A 14 10 N/A
    Marie-Theres Nadig 1971–1981 24 13 N/A 6 5 N/A
  Pernilla Wiberg 1990–2002 24 2 3 2 14 3 N/A
    Lara Gut 2008–active 24 7 12 4 1
21   Carole Merle 1981–1994 22 12 10 N/A
22   Hilde Gerg 1993–2005 20 7 8 1 3 1 N/A

Most podiums and Top 10 resultsEdit

As of 17 March 2018.[9][10]

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Career podiumsEdit

Career Top 10 resultsEdit

  • Note: Only parallel events from (1975, 1997, 2011–2013, 2016) which count for overall ranking, included on this list, are considered as official individual World Cup victories.

Greatest alpine skiers of all timeEdit

Based on ski-database super ranking system (since 1966), this scoring system is calculated using points from three categories: Olympic Games, World Championships, and World Cup (overall titles, discipline titles and individual top 10 results).

Men's super rankingEdit