1992 Alpine Skiing World Cup

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The 26th World Cup season began in November 1991 in the United States and concluded in March 1992 in Switzerland. The overall winners were Paul Accola of Switzerland and Petra Kronberger of Austria.

A break in the schedule in February was for the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France.

Men[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Giant Slalom Park City, Utah United States November 23, 1991
2 Slalom Park City, Utah United States November 24, 1991
3 Giant Slalom Breckenridge, Colorado United States November 29, 1991
4 Slalom Breckenridge, Colorado United States November 30, 1991
5 Downhill Val d'Isère France December 7, 1991
6 Super G Val d'Isère France December 8, 1991
7 Slalom Sestriere Italy December 10, 1991
8 Downhill Val Gardena Italy December 14, 1991
9 Giant Slalom Alta Badia Italy December 15, 1991
10 Slalom Madonna di Campiglio Italy December 17, 1991
11 Giant Slalom Kranjska Gora Slovenia January 4, 1992
12 Slalom Kranjska Gora Slovenia January 5, 1992
13 Downhill Garmisch Germany January 11, 1992
14 Super G Garmisch Germany January 12, 1992
15 Slalom Garmisch Germany January 13, 1992
16 Combined Race 13 or 14 and 15
17 Downhill Kitzbühel Austria January 17, 1992
18 Downhill Kitzbühel Austria January 18, 1992
19 Slalom Kitzbühel Austria January 19, 1992
20 Combined Race 17 or 18 and 19
21 Giant Slalom Adelboden Switzerland January 22, 1992
22 Downhill Wengen Switzerland January 25, 1992
23 Slalom Wengen Switzerland January 26, 1992
24 Combined Race 22 and 23
25 Super G Megève France February 1, 1992
26 Giant Slalom St. Gervais France February 2, 1992
1992 Winter Olympics Albertville France February 9–22
27 Super G Morioka Japan March 1, 1992
28 Downhill Panorama, BC Canada March 6, 1992
29 Downhill Panorama, BC Canada March 7, 1992
30 Super G Panorama, BC Canada March 8, 1992
31 Downhill Aspen, Colorado United States March 14, 1992
32 Super G Aspen, Colorado United States March 15, 1992
33 Giant Slalom Crans Montana Switzerland March 20, 1992
34 Slalom Crans Montana Switzerland March 22, 1992

Men's overall results[edit]

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In Men's Overall World Cup 1991/92 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined
1 Paul Accola   Switzerland 1699 52 429 330 588 300
2 Alberto Tomba  Italy 1362 0 22 520 820 0
3 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 996 182 296 210 228 80
4 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 854 15 160 285 290 104
5 Franz Heinzer   Switzerland 842 649 193 0 0 0
6 Günther Mader  Austria 797 286 286 48 97 80
7 Markus Wasmeier  Germany 752 371 156 84 0 141
8 Daniel Mahrer   Switzerland 646 537 109 0 0 0
9 Hubert Strolz  Austria 611 0 126 40 265 180
10 Patrick Ortlieb  Austria 594 450 94 0 0 50
A. J. Kitt  United States 594 461 44 0 0 89
12 Jan Einar Thorsen  Norway 577 324 225 0 0 28
13 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 543 0 220 196 72 55
14 Finn Christian Jagge  Norway 533 0 0 0 533 0
15 Leonhard Stock  Austria 477 403 74 0 0 0
16 Armin Bittner  Germany 443 0 0 68 375 0
17 William Besse   Switzerland 441 366 65 0 0 10
18 Hans Pieren   Switzerland 429 0 0 400 29 0
19 Steve Locher   Switzerland 423 0 21 237 82 83
20 Xavier Gigandet   Switzerland 390 325 0 0 0 65

Men's Downhill results[edit]

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In Men's Downhill World Cup 1991/92 all results count. Swiss athletes won seven races out of nine.

Place Name Country Total Points 5France 8Italy 13Germany 17Austria 18Austria 22Switzerland 28Canada 29Canada 31United States
1 Franz Heinzer   Switzerland 649 60 100 51 100 100 100 40 51 47
2 Daniel Mahrer   Switzerland 537 55 - 47 80 47 28 80 100 100
3 A. J. Kitt  United States 461 100 55 40 22 80 9 55 60 40
4 Patrick Ortlieb  Austria 450 47 51 80 34 60 40 47 31 60
5 Leonhard Stock  Austria 403 80 80 - 31 20 51 43 43 55
6 William Besse   Switzerland 366 9 20 - 51 31 55 100 20 80
7 Markus Wasmeier  Germany 371 28 12 100 24 34 80 1 55 37
8 Xavier Gigandet   Switzerland 325 51 43 28 60 55 34 20 18 16
9 Jan Einar Thorsen  Norway 324 31 28 43 40 37 - 31 80 34
10 Günther Mader  Austria 286 - - 2 43 43 47 80 47 24

Men's Super G results[edit]

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In Men's Super G World Cup 1991/92 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 6France 14Germany 25France 27Japan 30Canada 32United States
1 Paul Accola   Switzerland 429 55 80 100 100 34 60
2 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 296 100 24 47 55 60 -
3 Günther Mader  Austria 286 20 31 55 - 100 80
4 Jan Einar Thorsen  Norway 225 8 37 47 60 22 51
5 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 220 - - 40 - 80 100
6 Urs Kälin   Switzerland 215 60 - 4 80 16 55
7 Franz Heinzer   Switzerland 193 47 4 60 51 31 -
8 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 160 24 - 51 34 51 -
9 Markus Wasmeier  Germany 156 31 47 14 9 55 -
10 Marco Hangl   Switzerland 152 51 - 80 - 12 9
11 Alberto Senigagliesi  Italy 151 10 55 - 31 8 47
12 Patrick Holzer  Italy 137 - 100 - 37 - -

Men's Giant Slalom results[edit]

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In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1991/92 all results count. Alberto Tomba won his third Giant Slalom World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points 1United States 3United States 9Italy 11Slovenia 21Switzerland 26France 33Switzerland
1 Alberto Tomba  Italy 520 100 80 100 60 - 80 100
2 Hans Pieren   Switzerland 400 43 40 55 80 80 51 51
3 Paul Accola   Switzerland 330 80 100 60 43 - - 47
4 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 285 24 43 16 47 100 55 -
5 Johan Wallner  Sweden 238 51 24 18 51 51 - 43
6 Steve Locher   Switzerland 237 - 51 80 24 40 26 16
7 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 210 - 24 14 34 60 47 31
8 Sergio Bergamelli  Italy 205 31 - 31 100 - - 43
Franck Piccard  France 205 40 37 37 5 - 31 55
10 Fredrik Nyberg  Sweden 204 6 60 22 26 22 40 28
11 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 196 - - - 18 55 43 80
12 Didrik Marksten  Norway 190 16 14 - - - 100 60

Men's Slalom results[edit]

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In Men's Slalom World Cup 1991/92 all results count. Alberto Tomba won six races and finished every race on the podium.

Place Name Country Total Points 2United States 4United States 7Italy 10Italy 12Slovenia 15Germany 19Austria 23Switzerland 34Switzerland
1 Alberto Tomba  Italy 820 100 80 100 80 100 60 100 100 100
2 Paul Accola   Switzerland 588 80 100 55 51 51 40 51 80 80
3 Finn Christian Jagge  Norway 533 51 55 80 100 60 37 43 47 60
4 Armin Bittner  Germany 375 55 - 37 - 80 43 60 60 40
5 Patrice Bianchi  France 293 40 24 31 18 - 100 80 - -
6 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 290 28 47 60 55 - 47 47 6 -
7 Carlo Gerosa  Italy 288 43 34 43 34 16 34 - 37 47
8 Patrick Staub   Switzerland 277 20 - 8 8 43 55 37 51 55
9 Hubert Strolz  Austria 265 - 10 40 12 - 80 55 40 28
10 Thomas Stangassinger  Austria 257 - - 47 37 37 31 31 43 31

Men's combined results[edit]

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In Men's Combined World Cup 1991/92 all three results count. Paul Accola was able to win all three competitions.

Place Name Country Total Points 16Germany 20Austria 24Switzerland
1 Paul Accola   Switzerland 300 100 100 100
2 Hubert Strolz  Austria 180 60 60 60
3 Markus Wasmeier  Germany 141 51 47 43
4 Josef Polig  Italy 112 47 51 14
5 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 110 55 55 -
6 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 104 80 - 24
7 Rainer Salzgeber  Austria 99 37 31 31
8 A. J. Kitt  United States 89 40 37 12
9 Lasse Arnesen  Norway 85 34 - 51
10 Steve Locher   Switzerland 83 43 40 -

Men's Team results[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined Racers Wins
1   Switzerland 6685 2126 1275 1522 1242 520 22 14
2  Austria 4893 1847 899 487 1105 555 27 1
3  Italy 4454 370 479 1438 1938 229 26 11
4  Norway 3689 691 892 714 1073 319 12 4
5  Germany 2150 707 310 328 640 165 10 1
6  France 1853 471 495 394 366 127 20 1
7  Sweden 1085 107 53 442 455 28 7 0
8  United States 1002 515 151 18 110 208 9 1
9  Luxembourg 996 182 296 210 228 80 1 1
10  Canada 406 315 8 0 20 63 9 0
12  Slovenia 101 0 0 67 34 0 3 0
13  Soviet Union 45 5 40 0 0 0 2 0
14  Liechtenstein 44 7 0 37 0 0 2 0
15  Czechoslovakia 29 0 0 0 0 29 1 0
16  Japan 20 0 0 0 20 0 2 0
17  United Kingdom 13 13 0 0 0 0 1 0
18  Finland 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 0
19  Chile 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0

Note:

The Soviet Union was dissolved on December 25/26 1991

Women[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Slalom Lech am Arlberg Austria November 30, 1991
2 Slalom Lech am Arlberg Austria December 1, 1991
3 Super G Santa Caterina Italy December 7, 1991
4 Giant Slalom Santa Caterina Italy December 8, 1991
5 Downhill Santa Caterina Italy December 14, 1991
6 Super G Santa Caterina Italy December 15, 1991
7 Downhill Serre Chevalier France December 21, 1991
8 Giant Slalom Oberstaufen Germany January 5, 1992
9 Downhill Schruns Austria January 11, 1992
10 Slalom Schruns Austria January 12, 1992
11 Combined Race 9 and 10
12 Slalom Hinterstoder Austria January 14, 1992
13 Giant Slalom Hinterstoder Austria January 15, 1992
14 Slalom Maribor Slovenia January 18, 1992
15 Giant Slalom Piancavallo Italy January 20, 1992
16 Downhill Morzine France January 25, 1992
17 Super G Morzine France January 26, 1992
18 Giant Slalom Morzine France January 27, 1992
19 Downhill Grindelwald Switzerland February 1, 1992
20 Slalom Grindelwald Switzerland February 2, 1992
21 Combined Race 19 and 20
1992 Winter Olympics Albertville France February 9–22
22 Giant Slalom Narvik Norway February 28, 1992
23 Slalom Narvik Norway February 29, 1992
24 Slalom Sundsvall Sweden March 2, 1992
25 Downhill Vail, Colorado United States March 7, 1992
26 Super G Vail, Colorado United States March 8, 1992
27 Downhill Panorama, BC Canada March 14, 1992
28 Super G Panorama, BC Canada March 15, 1992
29 Super G Crans Montana Switzerland March 19, 1992
30 Giant Slalom Crans Montana Switzerland March 21, 1992

Women's overall results[edit]

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In Women's Overall World Cup 1991/92 all results count. Petra Kronberger fixed her third Overall World Cup win in a row with only two wins in downhill races. But she was only unable to score points in five competitions. Poor Carole Merle was able to win seven races and according to the points system used from the following year onwards she had won this Overall World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined
1 Petra Kronberger  Austria 1262 432 216 165 369 80
2 Carole Merle  France 1211 228 417 566 0 0
3 Katja Seizinger  Germany 937 523 234 180 0 0
4 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 902 0 0 391 511 0
5 Pernilla Wiberg  Sweden 821 0 62 314 445 0
6 Sabine Ginther  Austria 746 248 4 70 224 200
7 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 657 0 6 238 413 0
8 Miriam Vogt  Germany 632 359 137 21 0 115
9 Heidi Zurbriggen   Switzerland 621 277 127 120 0 97
10 Diann Roffe  United States 607 0 221 372 14 0
11 Deborah Compagnoni  Italy 590 0 126 344 120 0
12 Anita Wachter  Austria 564 6 64 225 163 106
13 Ulrike Maier  Austria 561 25 233 256 47 0
14 Kerrin Lee  Canada 553 291 218 44 0 0
15 Julien Parisien  United States 472 0 83 127 262 0
16 Eva Twardokens  United States 465 0 90 251 124 0
17 Michaela Gerg  Germany 449 216 118 115 0 0
18 Chantal Bournissen   Switzerland 411 268 96 0 0 47
19 Sylvia Eder  Austria 396 0 227 169 0 0
20 Regina Häusl  Germany 357 161 114 0 0 82

Women's Downhill results[edit]

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In Women's Downhill World Cup 1991/92 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 5Italy 7France 9Austria 16France 19Switzerland 25United States 27Canada
1 Katja Seizinger  Germany 523 80 43 100 100 40 100 60
2 Petra Kronberger  Austria 432 31 100 40 55 51 55 100
3 Miriam Vogt  Germany 359 43 60 47 47 80 60 22
4 Kerrin Lee  Canada 291 47 55 - 34 47 80 28
5 Heidi Zurbriggen   Switzerland 277 60 80 55 26 12 20 24
6 Chantal Bournissen   Switzerland 268 100 31 - 16 60 47 14
7 Sabine Ginther  Austria 248 40 - 80 28 100 - -
8 Carole Merle  France 228 51 - 28 40 22 7 80
9 Michaela Gerg  Germany 216 37 - 24 60 22 18 55
10 Katharina Gutensohn  Germany 209 22 - 31 80 5 31 40

Women's Super G results[edit]

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In Women's Super G World Cup 1991/92 all results count. Carole Merle won her fourth Super G World Cup in a row.

Place Name Country Total Points 3Italy 6Italy 17France 26United States 28Canada 29Switzerland
1 Carole Merle  France 417 14 100 43 60 100 100
2 Merete Fjeldavlie  Norway 309 37 20 60 100 12 80
3 Katja Seizinger  Germany 234 100 40 - - 51 43
4 Ulrike Maier  Austria 233 - 28 80 51 43 31
5 Sylvia Eder  Austria 227 - 37 24 55 60 51
6 Diann Roffe  United States 221 37 - 55 34 55 40
7 Kerrin Lee  Canada 218 51 - 31 51 80 5
8 Petra Kronberger  Austria 216 - 80 14 80 28 14
9 Heidi Zeller   Switzerland 197 55 51 51 31 - 9
10 Barbara Sadleder  Austria 178 80 22 - 43 9 24
11 Miriam Vogt  Germany 137 60 24 16 12 22 3
12 Regine Mösenlechner  Germany 131 37 47 47 - - -
13 Zoe Haas   Switzerland 127 - 5 5 37 20 60
Heidi Zurbriggen   Switzerland 127 - 60 10 8 47 2
15 Deborah Compagnoni  Italy 126 - 26 100 - - -

Women's Giant Slalom results[edit]

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In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1991/92 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 4Italy 8Germany 13Austria 15Italy 18France 22Norway 30Switzerland
1 Carole Merle  France 566 51 60 100 100 100 55 100
2 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 391 100 100 60 80 51 - -
3 Diann Roffe  United States 372 60 40 55 55 60 51 51
4 Deborah Compagnoni  Italy 344 80 80 80 24 80 - -
5 Pernilla Wiberg  Sweden 314 40 43 51 - 40 100 40
6 Ulrike Maier  Austria 256 43 24 47 40 47 - 55
7 Eva Twardokens  United States 251 26 51 37 60 55 - 22
8 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 238 3 55 18 18 4 60 80
9 Anita Wachter  Austria 225 37 37 14 26 31 80 -
10 Katja Seizinger  Germany 180 18 31 40 20 10 43 18

Women's Slalom results[edit]

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In Women's Slalom World Cup 1991/92 all results count. Vreni Schneider won her third Slalom World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points 1Austria 2Austria 10Austria 12Austria 14Slovenia 20Switzerland 23Norway 24Sweden
1 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 511 100 80 - 80 100 - 100 51
2 Pernilla Wiberg  Sweden 445 - 55 43 47 60 80 80 80
3 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 413 60 100 80 34 37 - 55 47
4 Petra Kronberger  Austria 369 80 60 - 55 31 40 60 43
5 Annelise Coberger  New Zealand 335 - 26 60 100 55 60 - 34
6 Karin Buder  Austria 319 40 43 37 37 51 51 - 60
7 Monika Maierhofer  Austria 312 37 34 55 - 28 100 40 18
8 Julie Parisien  United States 262 51 - 51 60 - - - 100
9 Nataša Bokal  Slovenia 251 - 24 28 43 34 31 51 40
10 Claudia Strobl  Austria 244 55 51 - - - 55 43 40

Women's combined results[edit]

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In Women's Combined World Cup 1991/92 both results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 11Austria 21Switzerland
1 Sabine Ginther  Austria 200 100 100
2 Miriam Vogt  Germany 115 55 60
3 Anita Wachter  Austria 106 51 55
4 Heidi Zurbriggen   Switzerland 97 60 37
5 Anja Haas  Austria 80 80 -
Petra Kronberger  Austria 80 - 80
7 Regina Häusl  Germany 82 31 51
8 Gaby May   Switzerland 73 47 26
9 Emi Kawabata  Japan 53 37 16
10 Chantal Bournissen   Switzerland 47 - 47

Women's Team results[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined Racers Wins
1  Austria 6135 1310 1113 1142 2064 506 21 7
2  Germany 3897 1801 1093 736 70 197 15 4
3   Switzerland 3457 790 598 643 1165 261 20 6
4  United States 2228 375 500 766 490 97 13 1
5  France 1939 368 616 818 117 20 11 7
6  Sweden 1306 0 62 487 735 22 6 1
7  Italy 1255 18 217 567 410 43 9 1
8  Norway 772 188 362 115 73 34 5 1
9  Canada 698 357 257 44 0 40 6 0
10  Spain 657 0 6 238 413 0 1 1
11  Slovenia 656 0 0 80 536 40 7 0
12  Soviet Union 508 456 47 5 0 0 5 0
13  New Zealand 335 0 0 0 335 0 1 1
14  Japan 114 33 28 0 0 53 1 0
15  Czechoslovakia 71 22 7 0 0 42 2 0

Note:

The Soviet Union was dissolved on December 25/26 1991

Nationscup[edit]

Place Country Total Points Men Women
1  Austria 11028 4893 6135
2   Switzerland 10142 6685 3457
3  Germany 6047 2150 3897
4  Italy 5709 4454 1255
5  Norway 4461 3689 772
6  France 3792 1853 1939
7  United States 3230 1002 2228
8  Sweden 2391 1085 1306
9  Canada 1104 406 698
10  Luxembourg 996 996 0
11  Slovenia 757 101 656
12  Spain 657 0 657
13  Soviet Union 553 45 508
14  New Zealand 335 0 335
15  Japan 134 20 114
17  Czechoslovakia 100 29 71
18  Liechtenstein 44 44 0
19  United Kingdom 13 13 0
20  Finland 3 3 0
21  Chile 2 2 0

Note:

The Soviet Union was dissolved on December 25/26 1991

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