1991 Alpine Skiing World Cup

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The 25th World Cup season began in August 1990 in New Zealand, resumed in December, and concluded in March 1991 in the United States. The overall winners were Marc Girardelli of Luxembourg and Petra Kronberger of Austria.

A break in the schedule was for the 1991 World Championships, held in Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Austria between January 22 and February 3, 1991.

Men[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Slalom Mount Hutt New Zealand August 8, 1990
2 Giant Mount Hutt New Zealand August 9, 1990
3 Super G Valloire France December 2, 1990
4 Downhill Val d'Isère France December 8, 1990
5 Slalom Sestriere Italy December 11, 1990
6 Downhill Val Gardena Italy December 14, 1990
7 Downhill Val Gardena Italy December 15, 1990
8 Giant Alta Badia Italy December 16, 1990
9 Slalom Madonna di Campiglio Italy December 18, 1990
10 Giant Kranjska Gora Yugoslavia December 21, 1990
11 Slalom Kranjska Gora Yugoslavia December 22, 1990
12 Downhill Garmisch-Partenkirchen Germany January 5, 1991
13 Super G Garmisch-Partenkirchen Germany January 6, 1991
14 Downhill Kitzbühel Austria January 12, 1991
15 Slalom Kitzbühel Austria January 13, 1991
16 Combined Race 14 and 15
17 Giant Adelboden Switzerland January 15, 1991
18 Slalom Oppdal Norway February 26, 1991
19 Giant Hafjell-Lillehammer Norway March 1, 1991
20 Slalom Hafjell-Lillehammer Norway March 2, 1991
21 Downhill Aspen, CO United States March 8, 1991
22 Giant Aspen, CO United States March 9, 1991
23 Slalom Aspen, CO United States March 10, 1991
24 Downhill Lake Louise, AB Canada March 15, 1991
25 Downhill Lake Louise, AB Canada March 16, 1991
26 Super G Lake Louise, AB Canada March 17, 1991
27 Giant Waterville Valley, NH United States March 21, 1991
28 Slalom Waterville Valley, NH United States March 23, 1991
29 Parallel slalom Waterville Valley, NH United States March 24, 1991

Note:

The races at Wengen were cancelled after the death of Gernot Reinstadler of Austria on January 18. Reinstadler crashed during a training run for the downhill race, immediately above the finish line.

Men's overall results[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Overall World Cup all results count. The parallel slalom only counts for the Nationscup (or was a show-event). Marc Girardelli won his fourth Overall World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined
1 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 242 8 15 84 110 25
2 Alberto Tomba  Italy 222 0 0 152 70 0
3 Rudolf Nierlich  Austria 201 0 0 101 100 0
4 Franz Heinzer  Switzerland 199 159 40 0 0 0
5 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 156 0 10 44 102 0
6 Atle Skårdal  Norway 153 125 28 0 0 0
7 Günther Mader  Austria 117 5 26 35 36 15
8 Paul Accola  Switzerland 114 0 13 22 67 12
9 Lasse Kjus  Norway 103 5 6 30 42 20
10 Thomas Fogdö  Sweden 95 0 0 0 95 0
11 Daniel Mahrer  Switzerland 93 81 12 0 0 0
12 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 88 0 33 35 9 11
13 Thomas Stangassinger  Austria 80 0 0 0 80 0
14 Armin Bittner  Germany 77 0 0 15 62 0
15 Urs Kälin  Switzerland 70 0 6 64 0 0
16 Hannes Zehentner  Germany 68 50 18 0 0 0
17 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 67 0 19 32 16 0
18 Franck Piccard  France 66 11 27 28 0 0
19 Michael Tritscher  Austria 65 0 0 1 64 0
20 Helmut Höflehner  Austria 64 64 0 0 0 0
Rob Boyd  Canada 64 62 0 0 0 2

Men's Downhill results[edit]

see complete table

In 1991 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 4France 6Italy 7Italy 12Germany 14Austria 21United States 24Canada 25Canada
1 Franz Heinzer  Switzerland 159 20 25 11 8 25 25 20 25
2 Atle Skårdal  Norway 125 - 15 25 20 - 20 25 20
3 Daniel Mahrer  Switzerland 81 7 11 6 25 10 - 10 12
4 Helmut Höflehner  Austria 64 - - - 12 11 15 15 11
5 Rob Boyd  Canada 62 - 9 20 10 15 - 4 4
6 Patrick Ortlieb  Austria 56 11 4 4 - - 11 11 15
7 Hannes Zehentner  Germany 50 12 10 8 20 - - - -
Leonhard Stock  Austria 50 25 - 5 - - 12 8 -
9 William Besse  Switzerland 47 - 6 10 4 - 10 7 10
10 Lasse Arnesen  Norway 44 8 12 12 12 - - - -

Men's Super G results[edit]

see complete table

In 1991 all three results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 3France 13Germany 26Canada
1 Franz Heinzer  Switzerland 40 20 20 -
2 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 33 15 3 15
3 Atle Skårdal  Norway 28 12 7 9
4 Franck Piccard  France 27 25 - 2
5 Günther Mader  Austria 26 1 25 -
6 Markus Wasmeier  Germany 25 - - 25
7 Patrick Holzer  Italy 20 - - 20
8 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 19 8 11 -
9 Hannes Zehentner  Germany 18 10 4 4
10 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 15 - 15 -
Luc Alphand  France 15 - 9 6

Men's Giant Slalom results[edit]

see complete table

In 1991 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 2New Zealand 8Italy 10Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 17Switzerland 19Norway 22United States 27United States
1 Alberto Tomba  Italy 152 7 25 25 20 25 25 25
2 Rudolf Nierlich  Austria 101 8 11 12 15 20 20 15
3 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 84 2 15 15 25 12 15 -
4 Urs Kälin  Switzerland 64 4 20 20 7 8 3 2
5 Fredrik Nyberg  Sweden 52 25 12 10 5 - - -
6 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 44 5 - - 4 7 8 20
7 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 35 - 8 - - 15 12 -
Günther Mader  Austria 35 - 10 3 11 - 11 -
9 Johan Wallner  Sweden 34 10 7 - 3 - 2 12
10 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 32 9 5 1 8 5 4 -

Men's Slalom results[edit]

see complete table

In 1991 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 1New Zealand 5Italy 9Italy 11Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 15Austria 18Norway 20Norway 23United States 28United States
1 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 110 7 12 15 12 25 15 12 12 -
2 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 102 3 20 25 25 20 - - 9 -
3 Rudolf Nierlich  Austria 100 - 15 - - 15 25 - 25 20
4 Thomas Fogdö  Sweden 95 - 10 20 20 - - - 20 25
5 Thomas Stangassinger  Austria 80 10 - 12 15 8 8 20 7 -
6 Alberto Tomba  Italy 70 15 25 - - - - - 10 20
7 Paul Accola  Switzerland 67 11 - 2 7 - 20 15 - 12
8 Michael Tritscher  Austria 64 20 - 11 - - - 25 8 -
9 Armin Bittner  Germany 62 6 11 - 9 12 10 - 5 9
10 Mats Ericson  Sweden 56 - - 9 8 10 - 10 11 8
11 Bernhard Gstrein  Austria 48 8 7 10 - 9 5 - 6 3
12 Peter Roth  Germany 46 25 9 - - - - 4 3 5

Men's combined results[edit]

see complete table

In 1991 only one competition was held.

Place Name Country Total Points 16Austria
1 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 25 25
2 Lasse Kjus  Norway 20 20
3 Günther Mader  Austria 15 15
4 Paul Accola  Switzerland 12 12
5 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 11 11
6 Kristian Ghedina  Italy 10 10
7 Peter Runggaldier  Italy 9 9
8 Josef Polig  Italy 8 8
9 Xavier Gigandet  Switzerland 7 7
10 Jan Einar Thorsen  Norway 6 6

Men's Team results[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined Racers Wins
1  Austria 923 224 80 246 347 26 17 5
2  Switzerland 676 335 79 156 84 22 16 5
3  Norway 607 210 91 106 174 26 10 4
4  Italy 522 69 45 193 188 27 17 6
5  Sweden 323 24 13 101 185 0 7 2
6  Germany 260 84 43 15 109 9 7 2
7  Luxembourg 242 8 15 84 110 25 1 3
8  France 155 49 53 34 19 0 8 1
9  Canada 92 85 0 0 5 2 5 0
10  United States 42 29 0 12 0 1 4 0
11  Japan 29 0 0 0 29 0 1 0
12  Yugoslavia 20 0 0 20 0 0 1 0

Women[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Giant Val Zoldana Italy December 1, 1990
2 Slalom Val Zoldana Italy December 2, 1990
3 Downhill Altenmarkt Austria December 8, 1990
4 Super G Altenmarkt Austria December 9, 1990
5 Super G Meiringen Switzerland December 16, 1990
6 Downhill Morzine France December 21, 1990
7 Slalom Morzine France December 22, 1990
8 Combined Race 6 and 7
9 Downhill Bad Kleinkirchheim Austria January 6, 1991
10 Slalom Bad Kleinkirchheim Austria January 7, 1991
11 Combined Race 9 and 10
12 Giant Kranjska Gora Yugoslavia January 11, 1991
13 Slalom Kranjska Gora Yugoslavia January 12, 1991
14 Slalom Kranjska Gora Yugoslavia January 13, 1991
15 Downhill Méribel France January 18, 1991
16 Super G Méribel France January 19, 1991
17 Downhill Garmisch-Partenkirchen Germany February 8, 1991
18 Super G Garmisch-Partenkirchen Germany February 9, 1991
19 Giant Zwiesel Germany February 10, 1991
20 Downhill Furano Japan February 24, 1991
21 Super G Furano Japan February 24, 1991
22 Downhill Lake Louise, AB Canada March 9, 1991
23 Giant Lake Louise, AB Canada March 10, 1991
24 Slalom Lake Louise, AB Canada March 11, 1991
25 Downhill Vail, Colorado United States March 15, 1991
26 Downhill Vail, Colorado United States March 16, 1991
27 Giant Vail, Colorado United States March 17, 1991
28 Slalom Waterville Valley, New Hampshire United States March 20, 1991
29 Giant Waterville Valley, New Hampshire United States March 22, 1991
30 Parallel slalom Waterville Valley, New Hampshire United States March 24, 1991

Note:

Race 20 and 21 were held on the same day.

Women's overall results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Overall World Cup all results count. The parallel slalom only counts for the Nationscup (or was a show-event).

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined
1 Petra Kronberger  Austria 312 90 70 44 83 25
2 Sabine Ginther  Austria 195 122 28 6 4 35
3 Vreni Schneider  Switzerland 185 0 0 113 72 0
4 Chantal Bournissen  Switzerland 181 140 30 0 0 11
5 Carole Merle  France 176 76 88 12 0 0
6 Anita Wachter  Austria 142 0 23 79 28 12
7 Pernilla Wiberg  Sweden 140 0 0 61 79 0
8 Ingrid Salvenmoser  Austria 103 0 0 28 75 0
9 Michaela Gerg  Germany 94 23 44 6 0 21
10 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 88 0 0 12 76 0
11 Katrin Gutensohn  Germany 87 72 15 0 0 0
12 Anja Haas  Austria 86 70 0 0 0 16
13 Veronika Wallinger  Austria 84 74 10 0 0 0
14 Eva Twardokens  United States 83 0 2 57 22 2
15 Katja Seizinger  Germany 79 34 33 5 0 7
16 Kerrin Lee  Canada 78 60 18 0 0 0
17 Sylvia Eder  Austria 76 0 26 50 0 0
18 Lucie Laroche  Canada 73 49 24 0 0 0
19 Nataša Bokal  Yugoslavia 71 0 0 43 28 0
20 Karin Dedler  Germany 70 32 33 0 0 5

Women's Downhill results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Downhill World Cup 1990/91 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 3Austria 6France 9Austria 15France 17Germany 20Japan 22Canada 25United States 26United States
1 Chantal Bournissen  Switzerland 140 - 20 15 - 25 20 20 15 25
2 Sabine Ginther  Austria 122 11 8 20 - 8 10 25 25 15
3 Petra Kronberger  Austria 90 20 25 3 25 - 9 8 - -
4 Carole Merle  France 76 10 11 9 20 20 3 3 - -
5 Veronika Wallinger  Austria 74 7 5 7 15 15 2 5 7 11
6 Katrin Gutensohn  Germany 72 25 10 25 12 - - - - -
7 Anja Haas  Austria 70 6 - 1 2 9 25 7 - 20
8 Wawara Zelenskaja  Soviet Union 68 - 15 11 - 10 15 12 5 -
9 Kerrin Lee  Canada 60 15 - 12 1 11 6 11 1 3
10 Lucie Laroche  Canada 49 - - - - 5 7 9 20 8

Women's Super G results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Super G World Cup 1990/91 all results count. Carole Merle won her third Super G World Cup in a row.

Place Name Country Total Points 4Austria 5Switzerland 16France 18Germany 21Japan
1 Carole Merle  France 88 12 11 15 25 25
2 Petra Kronberger  Austria 70 25 20 25 - -
3 Michaela Gerg  Germany 44 2 - 20 15 7
4 Karin Dedler  Germany 33 10 - 3 20 -
Katja Seizinger  Germany 33 - - 12 11 10
6 Sigrid Wolf  Austria 30 20 10 - - -
Chantal Bournissen  Switzerland 30 1 25 - 4 -
8 Sabine Ginther  Austria 28 - 3 - 10 15
9 Sylvia Eder  Austria 26 6 12 - - 8
10 Lucie Laroche  Canada 24 - 15 - - 9

Women's Giant Slalom results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1990/91 all results count. Vreni Schneider won her fourth Giant Slalom World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points 1Italy 12Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 19Germany 23Canada 27United States 29United States
1 Vreni Schneider  Switzerland 113 20 25 15 20 25 8
2 Anita Wachter  Austria 79 11 8 25 11 15 9
3 Pernilla Wiberg  Sweden 61 15 - - 25 10 11
4 Eva Twardokens  United States 57 - 12 20 8 7 10
5 Julie Lunde Hansen  Norway 50 9 - 6 - 20 15
Sylvia Eder  Austria 50 - 11 12 15 - 12
7 Petra Kronberger  Austria 44 25 15 - - - 4
8 Nataša Bokal  Yugoslavia 43 - 20 10 9 4 -
9 Ulrike Maier  Austria 42 - 7 - 6 9 20
10 Julie Parisien  United States 36 - - - - 11 25

Women's Slalom results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Slalom World Cup 1990/91 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 2Italy 7France 10Austria 13Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 14Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 24Canada 28United States
1 Petra Kronberger  Austria 83 25 - 12 6 25 - 15
2 Pernilla Wiberg  Sweden 79 - 20 25 - 9 - 25
3 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 76 9 25 1 11 11 10 9
4 Ingrid Salvenmoser  Austria 75 20 - 11 4 20 8 12
5 Vreni Schneider  Switzerland 72 - 15 - 12 - 25 20
6 Christine von Grünigen  Switzerland 61 - 10 15 7 12 9 8
7 Veronika Šarec  Yugoslavia 60 4 7 8 15 15 - 11
8 Monika Maierhofer  Austria 59 12 - 20 20 - - 7
9 Patricia Chauvet  France 50 15 - 8 2 10 12 3
10 Kristina Andersson  Sweden 37 - 8 - 2 7 20 -
Karin Buder  Austria 37 11 11 - - 9 - 6
12 Claudia Strobl  Austria 35 6 1 10 8 - - 10
13 Florence Masnada  France 31 - 12 10 9 - - -
14 Nataša Bokal  Yugoslavia 28 - - 3 25 - - -
Anita Wachter  Austria 28 - 9 - 4 - 15 -
Katjusa Pušnik  Yugoslavia 28 - - - 5 6 12 5

Women's combined results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Combined World Cup 1990/91 both results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 8France 11Austria
1 Sabine Ginther  Austria 35 15 20
Florence Masnada  France 35 20 15
3 Ingrid Stöckl  Austria 34 25 9
4 Petra Kronberger  Austria 25 - 25
5 Michaela Gerg  Germany 21 9 12
6 Stefanie Schuster  Austria 20 10 10
7 Lucia Medzihradská  Czechoslovakia 18 7 11
8 Anja Haas  Austria 16 8 8
9 Anita Wachter  Austria 12 12 -
10 Chantal Bournissen  Switzerland 11 11 -

Women's Team results[edit]

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

Place Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined Racers Wins
1  Austria 1390 414 213 284 334 156 19 13
2  Switzerland 557 182 68 150 140 17 11 6
3  Germany 492 204 176 52 17 43 12 2
4  France 401 125 118 13 105 40 10 2
5  United States 256 59 47 102 46 2 10 1
6  Sweden 212 0 0 96 116 0 3 3
7  Canada 190 128 57 0 0 5 4 0
8  Yugoslavia 176 2 0 58 116 0 4 1
9  Soviet Union 129 121 8 0 0 0 4 0
10  Spain 88 0 0 12 76 0 1 1
11  Norway 69 0 5 50 14 0 3 0
12  Czechoslovakia 31 10 0 0 0 21 2 0
13  Italy 20 0 0 12 8 0 4 0
14  Japan 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

Nationscup[edit]

Place Country Total Points Men Women
1  Austria 2313 923 1390
2  Switzerland 1233 676 557
3  Germany 752 260 492
4  Norway 676 607 69
5  France 556 155 401
6  Italy 542 522 20
7  Sweden 535 323 212
8  United States 298 42 256
9  Canada 282 92 190
10  Luxembourg 242 242 0
11  Yugoslavia 196 20 176
12  Soviet Union 129 0 129
13  Spain 88 0 88
14  Czechoslovakia 31 0 31
15  Japan 30 29 1

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