1987 Alpine Skiing World Cup

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The 21st World Cup season began in August 1986 in Argentina, resumed in late November, and concluded in March 1987 in Sarajevo. The overall champions were Pirmin Zurbriggen and Maria Walliser, both of Switzerland.

A break in the schedule was for the 1987 World Championships, held in Crans-Montana, Switzerland, between January 27 and February 8, 1987.

Men[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Downhill Las Leñas Argentina August 15, 1986
2 Downhill Las Leñas Argentina August 16, 1986
3 Slalom Sestriere Italy November 29, 1986
4 Giant Sestriere Italy November 30, 1986
5 Downhill Val d'Isère France December 5, 1986
6 Giant Val d'Isère France December 6, 1986
7 Downhill Val Gardena Italy December 13, 1986
8 Giant Alta Badia Italy December 14, 1986
9 Giant Alta Badia Italy December 15, 1986
10 Slalom Madonna di Campiglio Italy December 16, 1986
11 Giant Kranjska Gora Yugoslavia December 19, 1986
12 Slalom Kranjska Gora Yugoslavia December 20, 1986
13 Slalom Hinterstoder Austria December 21, 1986
14 Downhill Laax Switzerland January 4, 1987
15 Downhill Garmisch-Partenkirchen West Germany January 10, 1987
16 Super G Garmisch-Partenkirchen West Germany January 11, 1987
17 Giant Adelboden Switzerland January 13, 1987
18 Downhill Wengen Switzerland January 17, 1987
19 Slalom Wengen Switzerland January 18, 1987
20 Combined Race 18 and 19
21 Giant Adelboden Switzerland January 20, 1987
22 Downhill Kitzbühel Austria January 25, 1987
23 Slalom Kitzbühel Austria January 25, 1987
24 Combined Race 22 and 23
25 Slalom Markstein France February 14, 1987
26 Giant Todtnau West Germany February 15, 1987
27 Downhill Furano Japan February 28, 1987
28 Super G Furano Japan March 1, 1987
29 Downhill Aspen, Colorado United States March 7, 1987
30 Super G Aspen, Colorado United States March 8, 1987
31 Downhill Calgary, AB Canada March 14, 1987
32 Super G Calgary, AB Canada March 15, 1987
33 Slalom Sarajevo Yugoslavia March 21, 1987
34 Giant Sarajevo Yugoslavia March 22, 1987

Note:

Race 22 and 23 were held on the same day.

Men's overall results[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Overall World Cup 1986/87 the best four downhills, the best four Super Gs, best four giant slaloms, best four slaloms and both combined count. 30 racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined
1 Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 339 100 85 90 14 50
2 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 190 50 65 65 10 0
3 Markus Wasmeier  West Germany 174 72 50 51 1 0
4 Joël Gaspoz   Switzerland 153 0 0 90 63 0
5 Richard Pramotton  Italy 139 0 28 85 26 0
6 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 134 0 0 49 85 0
7 Leonhard Stock  Austria 97 50 42 5 0 0
8 Robert Erlacher  Italy 94 0 44 50 0 0
9 Peter Müller   Switzerland 90 90 0 0 0 0
Bojan Križaj  Yugoslavia 90 0 0 0 90 0
11 Karl Alpiger   Switzerland 87 67 20 0 0 0
12 Franz Heinzer   Switzerland 84 75 9 0 0 0
13 Günther Mader  Austria 83 0 29 12 42 0
14 Hubert Strolz  Austria 81 0 12 57 12 0
15 Alberto Tomba  Italy 76 0 15 49 12 0
16 Michael Mair  Italy 74 70 4 0 0 0
17 Armin Bittner  West Germany 69 0 0 0 69 0
18 Daniel Mahrer   Switzerland 66 58 8 0 0 0
19 Andreas Wenzel  Liechtenstein 63 0 18 15 10 20
Rudolf Nierlich  Austria 63 0 0 34 29 0

Men's Downhill results[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Downhill World Cup 1986/87 the best five results count. 15 racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Pirmin Zurbriggen won the cup with maximum points. Swiss athletes won 8 races out of 10.

Place Name Country Total Points 1 2 5 7 14 15 18 22 27 29 31
1 Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 125 (10) 25 25 (10) (8) 25 (7) 25 - 25 (5)
2 Peter Müller   Switzerland 105 25 15 (11) (11) - 15 (11) (15) 25 - 25
3 Franz Heinzer   Switzerland 90 15 15 (9) (12) 25 - 15 (11) - (8) 20
4 Markus Wasmeier  West Germany 83 (6) 11 20 15 (6) 12 25 (10) - - -
5 Michael Mair  Italy 82 - - 15 20 (11) 20 - - 15 12 -
6 Karl Alpiger   Switzerland 79 20 (10) (4) - (9) (5) 20 (7) 12 15 12
7 Daniel Mahrer   Switzerland 68 (7) (9) (1) - 12 11 10 (6) - 20 15
8 Rob Boyd  Canada 62 - - - 25 - 10 5 (5) 11 - 11
9 Peter Wirnsberger  Austria 57 8 8 - (3) 20 (7) 9 12 (4) (5) -
10 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 56 12 6 - - 7 (6) - - 20 11 -
Leonhard Stock  Austria 56 11 20 (3) 6 - (1) (3) 9 (3) (4) 10

Men's Super G results[edit]

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In Men's Super G World Cup 1986/87 all five results count, but no athlete was able to collet points in all five races. Pirmin Zurbriggen won the cup with only one win.

Place Name Country Total Points 6 16 28 30 32
1 Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 85 - 20 20 25 20
2 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 65 15 - 25 - 25
3 Markus Wasmeier  West Germany 50 25 25 - - -
4 Robert Erlacher  Italy 44 20 - - 12 12
5 Leonhard Stock  Austria 42 3 - 15 9 15
6 Günther Mader  Austria 29 - 10 3 7 9
Herbert Renoth  West Germany 29 12 9 - - 8
8 Richard Pramotton  Italy 28 8 - - 20 -
9 Michael Eder  West Germany 26 10 5 - - 11
10 Guido Hinterseer  Austria 24 4 - - 10 10

Men's Giant Slalom results[edit]

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In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1986/87 the best five results count. Seven racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total Points 4 8 9 11 17 21 26 34
1 Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 102 15 - 12 (7) 25 25 25 (10)
Joël Gaspoz   Switzerland 102 12 - 25 25 - 20 (9) 20
3 Richard Pramotton  Italy 95 25 25 20 15 - (3) 10 -
4 Hubert Strolz  Austria 66 20 - 11 9 15 11 (5) -
5 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 65 - - - - 20 - 20 25
6 Markus Wasmeier  West Germany 59 - (1) 15 11 8 10 15 -
7 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 58 - 12 9 10 12 15 (8) (9)
8 Robert Erlacher  Italy 57 8 10 (4) 20 (6) 7 12 -
9 Alberto Tomba  Italy 52 - 20 3 6 - - 11 12
10 Helmut Mayer  Austria 39 - - 2 12 7 - 7 11

Men's Slalom results[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Slalom World Cup 1986/87 the best five results count. Five racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total Points 3 10 12 13 19 23 25 33
1 Bojan Križaj  Yugoslavia 105 (12) (12) 25 20 15 25 (8) 20
2 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 96 25 20 15 - 11 (10) 25 -
3 Armin Bittner  West Germany 78 (5) 9 - 25 (5) 15 20 9
4 Joël Gaspoz   Switzerland 71 11 15 - 12 25 8 - (7)
5 Grega Benedik  Yugoslavia 55 10 - 6 8 - - 6 25
6 Mathias Berthold  Austria 54 (2) - 10 5 8 20 (2) 11
7 Dietmar Köhlbichler  Austria 52 - - 5 9 20 7 11 -
8 Günther Mader  Austria 42 - 11 12 - 4 - 15 -
9 Didier Bouvet  France 41 - - 8 6 12 - - 15
10 Jonas Nilsson  Sweden 35 20 - 11 - - - - 4

Men's combined results[edit]

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In Men's Combined World Cup 1986/87 both results count. Only two racers scored points. Points were only awarded to athletes, who were able to finish in both events (downhill and slalom) in top thirty.

Place Name Country Total Points 20 24
1 Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 50 25 25
2 Andreas Wenzel  Liechtenstein 20 - 20

Men's Team results[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined Racers Wins
1   Switzerland 1270 674 146 306 94 50 15 18
2  Austria 913 311 144 198 260 0 24 0
3  Italy 666 151 133 267 115 0 16 3
4  West Germany 572 148 146 144 134 0 13 4
5  Yugoslavia 245 0 0 21 224 0 5 3
 Sweden 245 2 0 81 162 0 7 2
7  Luxembourg 202 62 65 65 10 0 1 3
8  Canada 125 112 13 0 0 0 6 1
9  Liechtenstein 91 0 34 15 22 20 3 0
10  France 73 6 12 9 46 0 5 0
11  Norway 36 23 0 0 13 0 3 0
12  United States 35 23 0 2 10 0 5 0
13  Japan 19 7 0 0 12 0 2 0
14  United Kingdom 10 10 0 0 0 0 1 0
15 Bulgaria 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0

Women[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Giant Park City, Utah United States November 29, 1986
2 Slalom Park City, Utah United States November 30, 1986
3 Slalom Waterville Valley, New Hampshire United States December 5, 1986
4 Giant Waterville Valley, New Hampshire United States December 6, 1986
5 Downhill Val d'Isère France December 12, 1986
6 Downhill Val d'Isère France December 13, 1986
7 Super G Val d'Isère France December 14, 1986
8 Slalom Courmayeur Italy December 17, 1986
9 Slalom Courmayeur Italy December 18, 1986
10 Giant Val Zoldana Italy December 20, 1986
11 Slalom Val Zoldana Italy December 21, 1986
12 Slalom Maribor Yugoslavia January 4, 1987
13 Giant Saalbach-Hinterglemm Austria January 5, 1987
14 Super G Saalbach-Hinterglemm Austria January 6, 1987
15 Downhill Mellau Austria January 10, 1987
16 Slalom Mellau Austria January 11, 1987
17 Combined Race 15 and 16
18 Downhill Pfronten West Germany January 16, 1987
19 Super G Pfronten West Germany January 17, 1987
20 Giant Bischofswiesen West Germany January 18, 1987
21 Giant Megève France February 13, 1987
22 Slalom St. Gervais France February 14, 1987
23 Slalom Flühli Switzerland February 15, 1987
24 Giant Zwiesel West Germany February 27, 1987
25 Slalom Zwiesel West Germany February 28, 1987
26 Downhill Calgary, AB Canada March 8, 1987
27 Downhill Vail, Colorado United States March 13, 1987
28 Downhill Vail, Colorado United States March 14, 1987
29 Super G Vail, Colorado United States March 15, 1987
30 Super G Vail, Colorado United States March 16, 1987
31 Giant Sarajevo Yugoslavia March 22, 1987

Women's overall results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Overall World Cup 1986/87 the best four downhills, the best four Super Gs, best four giant slaloms, best four slaloms and the only combined count. 26 racers had a point deduction. Swiss athletes took the first five places.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined
1 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 269 75 82 100 0 12
2 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 262 23 41 100 78 20
3 Brigitte Oertli   Switzerland 206 30 46 38 67 25
4 Erika Hess   Switzerland 169 3 13 53 85 15
5 Michela Figini   Switzerland 162 86 27 49 0 0
6 Tamara McKinney  United States 127 0 7 30 90 0
7 Mateja Svet  Yugoslavia 126 0 27 51 48 0
8 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 121 0 30 67 24 0
9 Sigrid Wolf  Austria 119 61 35 23 0 0
10 Catherine Quittet  France 118 31 57 30 0 0
Marina Kiehl  West Germany 118 30 52 36 0 0
12 Corinne Schmidhauser   Switzerland 112 0 0 17 95 0
13 Michaela Gerg  West Germany 109 25 39 45 0 0
14 Anita Wachter  Austria 107 12 47 12 36 0
15 Laurie Graham  Canada 76 76 0 0 0 0
16 Elisabeth Kirchler  Austria 74 32 26 16 0 0
17 Regine Mösenlechner  West Germany 69 59 10 0 0 0
18 Camilla Nilsson  Sweden 67 0 0 9 58 0
19 Sylvia Eder  Austria 63 10 18 25 0 10
20 Roswitha Steiner  Austria 62 0 0 0 62 0

Women's Downhill results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Downhill World Cup 1986/87 the best five results count. Four racer had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total Points 5 6 15 18 26 27 28
1 Michela Figini   Switzerland 93 25 - 11 25 25 7 -
2 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 90 20 20 20 15 (12) (10) 15
3 Laurie Graham  Canada 86 11 25 10 (6) 20 (8) 20
4 Regine Mösenlechner  West Germany 71 (8) (8) 12 20 15 12 12
5 Sigrid Wolf  Austria 61 - - - - 11 25 25
6 Marina Kiehl  West Germany 35 5 6 - 10 9 5 -
7 Brigitte Oertli   Switzerland 33 3 (1) 8 4 - 9 9
8 Elisabeth Kirchler  Austria 32 - - - 1 - 20 11
9 Catherine Quittet  France 31 6 15 2 8 - - -
10 Beatrice Gafner   Switzerland 30 - - 25 - - - 5

Women's Super G results[edit]

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In Women's Super G World Cup 1986/87 all five results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 7 14 19 29 30
1 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 82 25 25 7 - 25
2 Catherine Quittet  France 57 20 12 25 - -
3 Marina Kiehl  West Germany 52 - 11 15 25 1
4 Brigitte Oertli   Switzerland 49 5 20 3 10 11
5 Anita Wachter  Austria 47 9 3 - 20 15
6 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 44 15 6 10 3 10
7 Michaela Gerg  West Germany 43 11 10 4 12 6
8 Sigrid Wolf  Austria 35 - - - 15 20
9 Traudl Hächer  West Germany 31 4 4 20 3 -
Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 31 10 1 1 7 12

Women's Giant Slalom results[edit]

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In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1986/87 the best five results count. Six racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Vreni Schneider and Maria Walliser tied in the last race at Sarajevo and shared also the Giant Slalom World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points 1 4 10 13 20 21 24 31
1 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 120 (15) 25 (12) 25 20 25 - 25
Maria Walliser   Switzerland 120 - 20 25 (15) 25 (15) 25 25
3 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 78 (6) (10) 20 11 (10) 20 15 12
4 Erika Hess   Switzerland 62 11 11 9 (9) - 11 20 (7)
5 Michela Figini   Switzerland 55 12 - 15 6 - (6) 7 15
6 Mateja Svet  Yugoslavia 51 20 - - 20 11 - - -
7 Michaela Gerg  West Germany 48 25 - 3 8 - 7 5 -
8 Marina Kiehl  West Germany 42 - (4) 6 (5) 8 10 12 6
Brigitte Oertli   Switzerland 42 - - 11 8 15 4 - 4
10 Catherine Quittet  France 30 10 - 7 - 1 12 - -

Women's Slalom results[edit]

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In Women's Slalom World Cup 1986/87 the best five results count. Ten racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total Points 2 3 8 9 11 12 16 22 23 25
1 Corinne Schmidhauser   Switzerland 110 25 - (10) (12) (6) 15 (6) 20 25 25
2 Tamara McKinney  United States 99 20 - 20 25 - - 25 9 - -
3 Erika Hess   Switzerland 96 (4) 25 (7) (3) 25 11 (9) (8) 15 20
4 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 84 6 - 25 8 - 20 (4) 25 - -
5 Brigitte Oertli   Switzerland 77 - 20 15 10 20 - 12 (5) (10) -
6 Roswitha Steiner  Austria 74 15 - (11) 20 - - - 12 12 15
7 Monika Maierhofer  Austria 67 11 - (8) 15 - 10 - 11 20 -
8 Camilla Nilsson  Sweden 66 10 (4) (5) (7) - 25 11 (7) 8 12
9 Mateja Svet  Yugoslavia 55 8 8 - - - 12 20 (6) - 7
10 Karin Buder  Austria 53 12 15 (4) - 11 - - - 5 10

Women's combined results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Combined World Cup 1986/87 only one competition was held. Points were only awarded to athletes, who were able to finish in both events (downhill and slalom) in top thirty.

Place Name Country Total Points 17
1 Brigitte Oertli   Switzerland 25 25
2 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 20 20
3 Erika Hess   Switzerland 15 15
4 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 12 12
5 Karen Percy  Canada 11 11
6 Sylvia Eder  Austria 10 10

Women's Team results[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined Racers Wins
1   Switzerland 1682 359 220 519 512 72 14 23
2  Austria 778 173 126 93 376 10 19 2
3  West Germany 500 187 152 152 9 0 12 2
4  United States 247 56 18 61 112 0 6 2
5  France 244 34 62 73 75 0 7 1
6  Canada 208 144 36 17 0 11 6 1
7  Spain 159 0 31 104 24 0 1 0
8  Yugoslavia 153 0 27 54 72 0 3 0
9  Sweden 131 0 0 15 116 0 4 1
10  Italy 121 17 23 13 68 0 7 0
11  Czechoslovakia 16 0 0 0 16 0 2 0
 Netherlands 16 0 0 11 5 0 1 0

Nationscup[edit]

Place Country Total Points Men Women
1   Switzerland 2952 1270 1682
2  Austria 1691 913 778
3  West Germany 1072 572 500
4  Italy 787 666 121
5  Yugoslavia 398 245 153
6  Sweden 376 245 131
7  Canada 333 125 208
8  France 317 73 244
9  United States 282 35 247
10  Luxembourg 202 202 0
11  Spain 159 0 159
12  Liechtenstein 91 91 0
13  Norway 36 36 0
14  Japan 19 19 0
15  Czechoslovakia 16 0 16
 Netherlands 16 0 16
17  United Kingdom 10 10 0
18 Bulgaria 2 2 0

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