1989 Alpine Skiing World Cup

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The 23rd World Cup season began in November 1988 in Austria and concluded in March 1989 in Japan. The overall champions were Marc Girardelli of Luxembourg and Vreni Schneider of Switzerland.

The break in the schedule in early February was for the 1989 World Championships, held in Vail, Colorado, US

Men[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Super G Schladming Austria November 27, 1988
2 Giant Val Thorens France November 29, 1988
3 Slalom Sestriere Italy December 6, 1988
4 Downhill Val Gardena Italy December 9, 1988
5 Downhill Val Gardena Italy December 10, 1988
6 Slalom Madonna di Campiglio Italy December 11, 1988
7 Slalom Kranjska Gora Yugoslavia December 17, 1988
8 Slalom St. Anton Austria December 21, 1988
9 Downhill St. Anton Austria December 22, 1988
10 Combined Race 8 and 9
11 Downhill Laax Switzerland January 6, 1989
12 Super G Laax Switzerland January 8, 1989
13 Giant Kirchberg in Tirol Austria January 10, 1989
14 Downhill Kitzbühel Austria January 13, 1989
15 Downhill Kitzbühel Austria January 14, 1989
16 Slalom Kitzbühel Austria January 15, 1989
17 Combined Race 14 (or 15) and 16
18 Giant Adelboden Switzerland January 17, 1989
19 Downhill Wengen Switzerland January 20, 1989
20 Downhill Wengen Switzerland January 21, 1989
21 Slalom Wengen Switzerland January 22, 1989
22 Combined Race 19 (or 20) and 21
23 Downhill Aspen, Colorado United States February 17, 1989
24 Super G Aspen, Colorado United States February 18, 1989
25 Giant Aspen, Colorado United States February 19, 1989
26 Downhill Whistler Mountain, BC Canada February 25, 1989
27 Super G Whistler Mountain, BC Canada February 26, 1989
28 Giant Furano Japan March 3, 1989
29 Slalom Furano Japan March 5, 1989
30 Giant Shiga Kogen Japan March 9, 1989
31 Slalom Shiga Kogen Japan March 10, 1989
32 Parallel slalom Shiga Kogen Japan March 11, 1989

Men's overall results[edit]

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In Men's Overall World Cup 1988/89 all results count. The parallel slalom did not count for the Overall World Cup. Marc Girardelli won his third Overall World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined
1 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 407 139 46 66 106 50
2 Pirmin Zurbriggen  Switzerland 309 94 62 82 26 45
3 Alberto Tomba  Italy 189 0 37 40 112 0
4 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 188 0 0 82 106 0
5 Markus Wasmeier  West Germany 166 67 43 9 0 47
6 Rudolf Nierlich  Austria 144 0 0 79 65 0
7 Armin Bittner  West Germany 127 0 0 10 117 0
8 Helmut Höflehner  Austria 126 112 14 0 0 0
9 Daniel Mahrer  Switzerland 114 102 2 0 0 10
10 Hubert Strolz  Austria 112 0 18 46 33 15
11 Lars-Börje Eriksson  Sweden 102 2 51 38 0 11
12 Peter Müller  Switzerland 100 79 6 0 0 15
13 Michael Mair  Italy 89 74 0 0 0 15
Peter Wirnsberger  Austria 89 89 0 0 0 0
15 Martin Hangl  Switzerland 87 0 47 40 0 0
16 Franck Piccard  France 82 21 49 6 0 6
17 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 79 0 0 67 12 0
18 Leonhard Stock  Austria 76 57 19 0 0 0
19 Helmut Mayer  Austria 74 0 35 39 0 0
20 Paul Accola  Switzerland 72 0 0 0 28 44

Men's Downhill results[edit]

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In Men's Downhill World Cup 1988/89 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 4 5 9 11 14 15 19 20 23 26
1 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 139 - - 12 7 25 20 25 25 20 5
2 Helmut Höflehner  Austria 112 4 25 25 15 - 6 4 10 11 12
3 Daniel Mahrer  Switzerland 102 - - 3 - 9 25 15 15 15 20
4 Pirmin Zurbriggen  Switzerland 94 12 - 20 6 - 12 8 20 1 15
5 Peter Wirnsberger  Austria 89 7 - 10 20 10 15 11 - 9 7
6 Peter Müller  Switzerland 79 25 15 - - 12 11 - - 6 10
7 Michael Mair  Italy 74 3 6 11 12 20 8 7 4 3 -
8 Rob Boyd  Canada 68 15 - - - - 10 9 9 - 25
9 Markus Wasmeier  West Germany 67 9 - 9 10 - - 20 11 8 -
10 Karl Alpiger  Switzerland 65 - 10 - 1 11 7 5 5 25 1
11 Leonhard Stock  Austria 57 5 - 15 25 5 3 - - 4 -

Men's Super G results[edit]

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In Men's Super G World Cup 1988/89 all four results count. Pirmin Zurbriggen won his third Super G World Cup in a row. All events were won by a different racer.

Place Name Country Total Points 1 12 24 27
1 Pirmin Zurbriggen  Switzerland 62 25 12 10 15
2 Lars-Börje Eriksson  Sweden 51 - 6 25 20
3 Franck Piccard  France 49 20 9 11 9
4 Martin Hangl  Switzerland 47 3 25 9 10
5 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 46 7 2 12 25
6 Markus Wasmeier  West Germany 43 11 - 20 12
7 Alberto Tomba  Italy 37 12 11 7 7
8 Helmut Mayer  Austria 35 - 15 15 5
9 Hans Enn  Austria 26 6 20 - -
10 Luc Alphand  France 25 9 - 5 11

Men's Giant Slalom results[edit]

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In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1988/89 all results count. Pirmin Zurbriggen won his third Giant Slalom World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points 2 13 18 25 28 30
1 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 82 - 10 20 7 20 25
Pirmin Zurbriggen  Switzerland 82 25 20 11 - 15 11
3 Rudolf Nierlich  Austria 79 20 25 - - 25 9
4 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 67 9 2 10 25 9 12
5 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 66 3 11 25 20 7 -
6 Hubert Strolz  Austria 46 8 9 7 - 2 20
7 Alberto Tomba  Italy 40 - 15 15 10 - -
Martin Hangl  Switzerland 40 - 8 9 11 6 6
9 Helmut Mayer  Austria 39 12 5 12 - 10 -
10 Lars-Börje Eriksson  Sweden 38 - 4 - 15 12 7

Men's Slalom results[edit]

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In Men's Slalom World Cup 1988/89 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 3 6 7 8 16 21 29 31
1 Armin Bittner  West Germany 117 12 12 20 25 25 - 8 15
2 Alberto Tomba  Italy 112 - 25 15 - 20 20 20 12
3 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 106 25 20 25 - 12 12 12 -
Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 106 7 8 12 12 11 11 25 20
5 Jonas Nilsson  Sweden 70 20 - 7 8 - 10 15 10
6 Rudolf Nierlich  Austria 65 - - - - 15 25 - 25
7 Michael Tritscher  Austria 54 8 15 4 9 - 5 7 6
8 Bernhard Gstrein  Austria 51 11 11 - 20 - - 9 -
9 Felix McGrath  United States 43 9 - 8 11 - - 11 4
10 Paul Frommelt  Liechtenstein 42 - 10 1 - 10 9 5 7

Men's combined results[edit]

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In Men's Combined World Cup 1988/89 all three results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 10 17 22
1 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 50 - 25 25
2 Markus Wasmeier  West Germany 47 20 12 15
3 Pirmin Zurbriggen  Switzerland 45 25 - 20
4 Paul Accola  Switzerland 44 12 20 12
5 Gustav Oehrli  Switzerland 22 3 8 11
6 Atle Skårdal  Norway 20 7 5 8
7 Jean-Luc Crétier  France 19 9 10 -
8 Hubert Strolz  Austria 15 15 - -
Michael Mair  Italy 15 - 15 -
Peter Müller  Switzerland 15 4 11 -

Men's Team results[edit]

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

Place Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined Racers Wins
1  Austria 1037 404 132 195 270 36 21 7
2  Switzerland 928 447 128 166 43 144 15 7
3  West Germany 433 131 58 29 143 72 15 2
4  Italy 414 105 53 67 164 25 16 1
5  Luxembourg 407 139 46 66 106 50 1 9
6  Sweden 294 2 54 137 84 17 7 2
7  Norway 256 48 0 82 106 20 3 2
8  France 170 21 74 23 18 34 9 0
9  Canada 85 81 1 0 0 3 4 1
10  Yugoslavia 80 0 8 50 22 0 5 0
11  United States 74 0 0 13 55 6 5 0
12  Liechtenstein 42 0 0 0 42 0 1 0
13  Japan 38 0 0 0 38 0 1 0
14  Czechoslovakia 19 0 0 0 0 19 2 0
15  United Kingdom 5 5 0 0 0 0 1 0
16  Mexico 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0

Women[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Super G Schladming Austria November 26, 1988
2 Giant Les Menuires France November 28, 1988
3 Downhill Val d'Isère France December 2, 1988
4 Downhill Altenmarkt Austria December 15, 1988
5 Slalom Altenmarkt Austria December 16, 1988
6 Combined Race 4 and 5
7 Giant Val Zoldana Italy December 18, 1988
8 Slalom Courmayeur Italy December 20, 1988
9 Slalom Maribor Yugoslavia January 3, 1989
10 Giant Schwarzenberg Austria January 6, 1989
11 Giant Schwarzenberg Austria January 7, 1989
12 Slalom Mellau Austria January 8, 1989
13 Downhill Grindelwald Switzerland January 12, 1989
14 Downhill Grindelwald Switzerland January 13, 1989
15 Super G Grindelwald Switzerland January 14, 1989
16 Slalom Grindelwald Switzerland January 15, 1989
17 Combined Race 13 (or 14) and 16
18 Downhill Tignes France January 19, 1989
19 Super G Tignes France January 20, 1989
20 Giant Tignes France January 21, 1989
21 Downhill Lake Louise, AB Canada February 18, 1989
22 Downhill Lake Louise, AB Canada February 19, 1989
23 Downhill Steamboat Springs, Colorado United States February 24, 1989
24 Super G Steamboat Springs, Colorado United States February 25, 1989
25 Slalom Furano Japan March 3, 1989
26 Giant Furano Japan March 4, 1989
27 Giant Shiga Kogen Japan March 8, 1989
28 Slalom Shiga Kogen Japan March 10, 1989
29 Parallel slalom Shiga Kogen Japan March 11, 1989

Women's overall results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Overall World Cup 1988/89 all results count. The parallel slalom did not count for the Overall World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined
1 Vreni Schneider  Switzerland 376 0 11 165 175 25
2 Maria Walliser  Switzerland 261 142 27 87 0 5
3 Michela Figini  Switzerland 248 176 29 18 0 25
4 Carole Merle  France 206 67 75 55 0 9
5 Anita Wachter  Austria 157 0 56 59 42 0
6 Mateja Svet  Yugoslavia 154 0 0 106 40 8
7 Ulrike Maier  Austria 150 0 33 60 26 31
8 Michaela Gerg  West Germany 148 91 23 34 0 0
9 Karen Percy  Canada 127 53 13 24 17 20
10 Sigrid Wolf  Austria 119 28 71 20 0 0
11 Tamara McKinney  United States 116 0 0 27 77 12
12 Heidi Zurbriggen  Switzerland 86 41 18 12 0 15
13 Monika Maierhofer  Austria 85 0 0 0 85 0
14 Regine Mösenlechner  West Germany 84 45 27 12 0 0
15 Veronika Wallinger  Austria 78 65 13 0 0 0
16 Ingrid Salvenmoser  Austria 66 0 0 31 35 0
17 Veronika Šarec  Yugoslavia 62 0 0 1 61 0
18 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 61 0 4 17 40 0
19 Brigitte Oertli  Switzerland 60 9 8 0 7 36
20 Barbara Sadleder  Austria 58 41 9 0 0 8

Women's Downhill results[edit]

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In Women's Downhill World Cup 1988/89 all results count. Michela Figini won her fourth Downhill World Cup (the last three in a row). She was able to win six races and only her teammate Maria Walliser was able to take two wins. The second consecutive season that saw only wins by Swiss athletes!

Place Name Country Total Points 3 4 13 14 18 21 22 23
1 Michela Figini  Switzerland 176 25 15 25 25 11 25 25 25
2 Maria Walliser  Switzerland 142 5 25 12 15 25 20 20 20
3 Michaela Gerg  West Germany 91 15 4 6 9 15 15 15 12
4 Carole Merle  France 67 12 - 15 20 20 - - -
5 Veronika Wallinger  Austria 65 11 20 9 7 - 7 - 11
6 Chantal Bournissen  Switzerland 55 7 - - - 9 12 12 15
7 Karen Percy  Canada 53 10 - 5 - 6 10 12 10
8 Regine Mösenlechner  West Germany 45 20 - 4 11 10 - - -
9 Heidi Zurbriggen  Switzerland 41 9 - 3 6 12 11 - -
Barbara Sadleder  Austria 41 7 12 10 3 - - 3 6

Women's Super G results[edit]

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In Women's Super G World Cup 1988/89 all four results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 1 15 19 24
1 Carole Merle  France 75 25 25 25 -
2 Sigrid Wolf  Austria 71 11 20 15 25
3 Anita Wachter  Austria 56 15 1 20 20
4 Ulrike Maier  Austria 33 20 12 1 -
5 Michela Figini  Switzerland 29 9 5 - 15
6 Maria Walliser  Switzerland 27 - 15 12 -
Regine Mösenlechner  West Germany 27 15 3 9 -
8 Michaela Gerg  West Germany 23 8 8 7 -
9 Catherine Quittet  France 22 - - 11 11
10 Heidi Zurbriggen  Switzerland 18 - 2 6 10
Cathy Chedal  France 18 4 - 10 4

Women's Giant Slalom results[edit]

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In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1988/89 all results count. Vreni Schneider won her third Giant Slalom World Cup by winning 6 races out of 7. Only her teammate Maria Walliser was able to win a single race.

Place Name Country Total Points 2 7 10 11 20 26 27
1 Vreni Schneider  Switzerland 165 25 25 25 25 25 15 25
2 Mateja Svet  Yugoslavia 106 10 20 12 12 12 20 20
3 Maria Walliser  Switzerland 87 - 11 15 9 15 25 12
4 Ulrike Maier  Austria 60 15 - 20 20 5 - -
5 Anita Wachter  Austria 59 20 15 - - 10 6 8
6 Carole Merle  France 55 - 10 10 15 20 - -
7 Catherine Quittet  France 35 - 1 9 3 - 12 10
8 Michaela Gerg  West Germany 34 8 - - 8 7 - 11
9 Traudl Hächer  West Germany 32 9 - 8 6 2 7 -
10 Ingrid Salvenmoser  Austria 31 3 8 4 5 - 10 1

Women's Slalom results[edit]

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In Women's Slalom World Cup 1988/89 all results count. Vreni Schneider won all races and won the cup with maximum points. Up to now this was the last time an athlete was able to win a cup with maximum points. Together with the win in the first race next season 1989/90 Vreni Schneider was able to win nine world cup slalom races in a row!

Place Name Country Total Points 5 8 9 12 16 25 28
1 Vreni Schneider  Switzerland 175 25 25 25 25 25 25 25
2 Monika Maierhofer  Austria 85 12 - 20 11 15 7 20
3 Tamara McKinney  United States 77 15 - 15 - 20 15 12
4 Veronika Šarec  Yugoslavia 61 2 - - 12 12 20 15
5 Christine von Grünigen  Switzerland 48 - 10 11 10 8 9 -
6 Patricia Chauvet  France 45 11 - - 15 9 10 -
7 Anita Wachter  Austria 42 - 12 - 8 - 11 11
8 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 40 9 20 - - 11 - -
Mateja Svet  Yugoslavia 40 10 - - 20 10 - -
10 Katjuša Pušnik  Yugoslavia 39 20 - 10 - 7 - 2

Women's combined results[edit]

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In Women's Combined World Cup 1988/89 both results count. Brigitte Oertli won her fourth Combined World Cup (the last three in a row).

Place Name Country Total Points 6 17
1 Brigitte Oertli  Switzerland 36 11 25
2 Ulrike Maier  Austria 31 20 11
3 Vreni Schneider  Switzerland 25 25 -
Michela Figini  Switzerland 25 10 15
5 Karen Percy  Canada 20 - 20
6 Petra Kronberger  Austria 19 15 4
7 Heidi Zurbriggen  Switzerland 15 5 10
8 Tamara McKinney  United States 12 12 -
Florence Masnada  France 12 - 12
10 Ulrike Stanggassinger  West Germany 9 9 -
Carole Merle  France 9 - 9
Lenka Kebrlová  Czechoslovakia 9 7 2

Women's Team results[edit]

All points were shown. But without parallel slalom, because result ? (Also possible, that the parallel slaloms were only show-events.) Only three teams were able to win races.

Place Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined Racers Wins
1  Switzerland 1297 493 110 314 265 115 18 24
2  Austria 930 219 212 204 236 59 17 1
3  France 439 88 123 115 91 22 11 3
4  West Germany 401 180 71 119 16 15 9 0
5  Yugoslavia 255 0 0 107 140 8 3 0
6  Canada 191 97 22 24 22 26 6 0
7  United States 143 12 2 30 87 12 7 0
8  Sweden 72 0 0 18 54 0 3 0
9  Spain 61 0 4 17 40 0 1 0
10  Liechtenstein 35 0 0 22 13 0 1 0
11  Soviet Union 33 21 12 0 0 0 2 0
12  Czechoslovakia 20 0 0 0 1 19 3 0
13  United Kingdom 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 0

Nationscup[edit]

Place Country Total Points Men Women
1  Switzerland 2225 928 1297
2  Austria 1967 1037 930
3  West Germany 834 433 401
4  France 609 170 439
5  Italy 414 414 0
6  Luxembourg 407 407 0
7  Sweden 366 294 72
8  Yugoslavia 335 80 255
9  Canada 276 85 191
10  Norway 256 256 0
11  United States 217 74 143
12  Liechtenstein 77 42 35
13  Spain 61 0 61
14  Czechoslovakia 39 19 20
15  Japan 38 38 0
16  Soviet Union 33 0 33
17  United Kingdom 8 5 3
18  Mexico 2 2 0

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