1995 Alpine Skiing World Cup

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The 29th World Cup season began in December 1994 at Tignes, France, and concluded in March 1995 at the World Cup finals in Bormio, Italy. The overall champions were Alberto Tomba of Italy and Vreni Schneider of Switzerland

A break in the schedule was for the 1995 World Championships at Sierra Nevada in southern Spain. Due to lack of snow, these championships were postponed until 1996.

Men[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Giant Tignes France December 3, 1994
2 Slalom Tignes France December 4, 1994
3 Super G Tignes France December 11, 1994
4 Slalom Sestriere Italy December 12, 1994
5 Downhill Val d'Isère France December 16, 1994
6 Downhill Val d'Isère France December 17, 1994
7 Giant Val d'Isère France December 18, 1994
8 Slalom Lech am Arlberg Austria December 20, 1994
9 Slalom Lech am Arlberg Austria December 21, 1994
10 Giant Alta Badia Italy December 22, 1994
11 Giant Kranjska Gora Slovenia January 6, 1995
12 Slalom Garmisch Germany January 8, 1995
13 Downhill Kitzbühel Austria January 13, 1995
14 Downhill Kitzbühel Austria January 14, 1995
15 Slalom Kitzbühel Austria January 15, 1995
16 Combined Race 14 and 15
17 Super G Kitzbühel Austria January 16, 1995
18 Downhill Wengen Switzerland January 20, 1995
19 Downhill Wengen Switzerland January 21, 1995
20 Slalom Wengen Switzerland January 22, 1995
21 Combined Race 18 and 20
22 Giant Adelboden Switzerland February 4, 1995
23 Slalom Furano Japan February 19, 1995
24 Giant Furano Japan February 20, 1995
25 Downhill Whistler, BC Canada February 25, 1995
26 Super G Whistler, BC Canada February 26, 1995
27 Super G Kvitfjell Norway March 10, 1995
28 Downhill Kvitfjell Norway March 11, 1995
29 Downhill Bormio Italy March 15, 1995
30 Super G Bormio Italy March 16, 1995
31 Giant Bormio Italy March 18, 1995
32 Slalom Bormio Italy March 19, 1995

Note:

At the World Cup finals in Bormio, only the top racers were allowed to compete and only the best 15 finishers were awarded with points.

Men's overall results[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Overall World Cup 1993/94 all results count. Alberto Tomba won the Overall World Cup with only twelve results - eleven wins and one fourth place.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined
1 Alberto Tomba  Italy 1150 0 0 450 700 0
2 Günther Mader  Austria 775 221 250 212 32 60
3 Jure Košir  Slovenia 760 0 0 355 405 0
4 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 744 73 111 91 269 200
5 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 708 43 79 307 179 100
6 Lasse Kjus  Norway 665 227 47 212 54 125
7 Kristian Ghedina  Italy 644 473 126 29 0 16
8 Luc Alphand  France 609 484 96 0 0 29
9 Michael von Grünigen   Switzerland 578 0 0 296 282 0
10 Mario Reiter  Austria 559 0 0 218 341 0
11 Patrick Ortlieb  Austria 548 426 122 0 0 0
12 Armin Assinger  Austria 542 419 123 0 0 0
13 Harald Christian Strand Nilsen  Norway 521 0 19 322 40 140
14 Michael Tritscher  Austria 509 0 0 32 477 0
15 Werner Perathoner  Italy 506 269 237 0 0 0
16 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 466 0 0 65 401 0
17 Kyle Rasmussen  United States 436 288 148 0 0 0
18 Peter Runggaldier  Italy 403 71 332 0 0 0
19 Atle Skårdal  Norway 355 168 142 0 0 45
20 Richard Kröll  Austria 331 0 170 161 0 0

Men's Downhill results[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Downhill World Cup 1994/95 all results count. Josef Strobl was able to win his very first World Cup downhill race with start number 61.

Place Name Country Total Points 5France 6France 13Austria 14Austria 18Switzerland 19Switzerland 25Canada 28Norway 29Italy
1 Luc Alphand  France 484 80 36 100 100 36 12 20 - 100
2 Kristian Ghedina  Italy 473 20 4 60 24 100 45 100 80 40
3 Patrick Ortlieb  Austria 426 50 80 80 36 - 15 60 60 45
4 Armin Assinger  Austria 419 9 100 4 80 45 60 40 45 36
5 Josef Strobl  Austria 307 100 60 - 14 40 40 9 26 18
6 Kyle Rasmussen  United States 288 - 16 - - 26 100 24 100 22
7 Hannes Trinkl  Austria 273 - 40 45 - 60 50 22 36 20
8 Werner Perathoner  Italy 269 36 32 - 60 29 4 36 40 32
9 Lasse Kjus  Norway 227 24 26 - 2 6 29 80 - 60
10 Jean-Luc Crétier  France 224 40 29 20 26 13 - 50 22 24

Men's Super G results[edit]

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In Men's Super G World Cup 1994/95 all results count. Peter Runggaldier won the cup with only one race win. All races were won by a different athlete.

Place Name Country Total Points 3France 17Austria 26Canada 27Norway 30Italy
1 Peter Runggaldier  Italy 332 36 80 100 26 80
2 Günther Mader  Austria 250 24 100 45 45 36
3 Werner Perathoner  Italy 237 32 45 - 100 60
4 Richard Kröll  Austria 170 12 40 - 18 100
5 Kyle Rasmussen  United States 148 29 3 6 60 50
Atle Skårdal  Norway 142 50 14 16 22 40
7 Kristian Ghedina  Italy 126 14 4 12 80 16
8 Armin Assinger  Austria 123 24 60 10 29 -
9 Patrick Ortlieb  Austria 122 100 - 7 15 -
10 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 111 - 26 32 24 29

Men's Giant Slalom results[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1994/95 all results count. Alberto Tomba won his fourth Giant Slalom World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points 1France 7France 10Italy 11Slovenia 22Switzerland 24Japan 31Italy
1 Alberto Tomba  Italy 450 50 - 100 100 100 - 100
2 Jure Košir  Slovenia 355 40 36 29 50 80 80 40
3 Harald Christian Strand Nilsen  Norway 322 24 29 45 80 60 60 24
4 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 307 60 80 50 - 22 45 50
5 Michael von Grünigen   Switzerland 296 80 100 - 22 32 36 26
6 Urs Kälin   Switzerland 288 45 50 80 40 29 24 20
7 Achim Vogt  Liechtenstein 226 100 24 8 26 36 32 -
8 Mario Reiter  Austria 218 36 - 10 36 14 100 22
9 Günther Mader  Austria 212 26 60 14 20 12 - 80
Lasse Kjus  Norway 212 - 50 36 - 40 50 36

Men's Slalom results[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Slalom World Cup 1994/95 all results count. Alberto Tomba won his fourth Slalom World Cup by winning the first seven races in a row. Together with the last two slalom races last season 1993/94, he won 9 slalom races in a row.

Place Name Country Total Points 2France 4Italy 8Austria 9Austria 12Germany 15Austria 20Switzerland 23Japan 32Italy
1 Alberto Tomba  Italy 700 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 - -
2 Michael Tritscher  Austria 477 80 60 50 60 50 45 32 100 -
3 Jure Košir  Slovenia 405 - 50 60 40 45 80 60 50 20
4 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 401 50 26 36 45 24 60 - 60 100
5 Mario Reiter  Austria 341 26 36 22 29 40 50 36 80 22
6 Thomas Sykora  Austria 302 24 32 80 80 - 36 - - 50
7 Michael von Grünigen   Switzerland 282 45 24 45 - - 12 80 36 40
8 Sébastien Amiez  France 279 - 40 29 36 36 40 24 45 29
9 Thomas Fogdö  Sweden 269 60 80 - 50 - 29 50 - -
Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 269 4 - 18 32 80 24 26 40 45

Men's combined results[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Combined World Cup 1994/95 both results count. Marc Girardelli won his fourth Combined World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points 16Austria 21Switzerland
1 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 200 100 100
2 Harald Christian Strand Nilsen  Norway 140 80 60
3 Lasse Kjus  Norway 125 45 80
4 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 100 50 50
5 Espen Hellerud  Norway 72 40 32
6 Günther Mader  Austria 60 60 -
Jean-Luc Crétier  France 60 36 24
8 Atle Skårdal  Norway 45 - 45
9 Paul Accola   Switzerland 40 - 40
10 Ed Podivinsky  Canada 36 - 36

Men's Team results[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined Racers Wins
1  Austria 5884 2102 915 1022 1785 60 23 7
2  Italy 3757 1165 1024 667 885 16 23 15
3  Norway 3137 513 305 969 868 482 11 1
4   Switzerland 2157 572 227 880 438 40 19 1
5  France 1976 872 181 254 558 111 16 3
6  United States 1233 696 428 33 32 44 10 2
7  Slovenia 1106 0 16 468 622 0 7 0
8  Luxembourg 744 73 111 91 269 200 1 2
9  Sweden 581 0 134 156 291 0 4 0
10  Canada 486 264 56 14 96 56 10 0
11  Germany 386 75 24 113 174 0 7 0
12  Liechtenstein 252 5 21 226 0 0 3 1
13  Japan 150 0 0 0 150 0 2 0
14  Finland 81 0 36 0 45 0 2 0
15  United Kingdom 22 22 0 0 0 0 1 0

Women[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Giant Park City, Utah United States November 26, 1994
2 Slalom Park City, Utah United States November 27, 1994
3 Downhill Vail, Colorado United States December 2, 1994
4 Super G Vail, Colorado United States December 3, 1994
5 Giant Vail, Colorado United States December 4, 1994
6 Downhill Lake Louise, AB Canada December 9, 1994
7 Downhill Lake Louise, AB Canada December 10, 1994
8 Super G Lake Louise, AB Canada December 11, 1994
9 Slalom Sestriere Italy December 18, 1994
10 Giant Alta Badia Italy December 21, 1994
11 Slalom Méribel France December 30, 1994
12 Super G Haus im Ennstal Austria January 7, 1995
13 Giant Haus im Ennstal Austria January 8, 1995
14 Super G Flachau Austria January 10, 1995
15 Super G Garmisch Germany January 14, 1995
16 Slalom Garmisch Germany January 15, 1995
17 Downhill Cortina Italy January 20, 1995
18 Downhill Cortina Italy January 22, 1995
19 Giant Cortina Italy January 23, 1995
20 Downhill Åre Sweden February 17, 1995
21 Giant Åre Sweden February 18, 1995
22 Giant Maribor Slovenia February 25, 1995
23 Slalom Maribor Slovenia February 26, 1995
24 Downhill Saalbach Austria March 5, 1995
25 Super G Saalbach Austria March 5, 1995
26 Downhill Lenzerheide Switzerland March 11, 1995
27 Slalom Lenzerheide Switzerland March 12, 1995
28 Combined Race 26 and 27
29 Downhill Bormio Italy March 15, 1995
30 Super G Bormio Italy March 16, 1995
31 Giant Bormio Italy March 18, 1995
32 Slalom Bormio Italy March 19, 1995

Note:

Race 24 and 25 were held on the same day.

At the World Cup finals in Bormio only the best racers were allowed to compete and only the best 15 finishers were awarded with points.

Women's overall results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Overall World Cup 1993/94 all results count. Vreni Schneider won her third Overall World Cup with only six points margin. Katja Seizinger was unable to score points only in one event (the slalom at Garmisch-Partenkirchen).

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined
1 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 1248 84 74 450 560 80
2 Katja Seizinger  Germany 1242 445 446 206 95 50
3 Heidi Zeller   Switzerland 1044 242 366 420 0 16
4 Martina Ertl  Germany 985 77 237 333 278 60
5 Picabo Street  United States 905 709 196 0 0 0
6 Pernilla Wiberg  Sweden 816 201 140 20 355 100
7 Špela Pretnar  Slovenia 669 0 119 352 158 40
8 Anita Wachter  Austria 593 54 128 295 116 0
9 Hilary Lindh  United States 549 493 56 0 0 0
10 Urška Hrovat  Slovenia 535 0 0 260 275 0
11 Michaela Gerg  Germany 532 262 158 112 0 0
12 Deborah Compagnoni  Italy 524 0 74 325 125 0
13 Varvara Zelenskaya  Russia 511 416 95 0 0 0
14 Renate Götschl  Austria 509 236 245 0 28 0
15 Heidi Zurbriggen   Switzerland 503 252 251 0 0 0
16 Marianne Kjørstad  Norway 454 0 28 177 204 45
17 Barbara Merlin  Italy 443 304 98 19 0 22
18 Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria 434 195 117 93 0 29
19 Florence Masnada  France 421 205 198 18 0 0
20 Isolde Kostner  Italy 390 310 53 27 0 0

Women's Downhill results[edit]

see complete table

In the Women's Downhill World Cup 1994/95 all results counted. Picabo Street won six races and five of them in a row. Together with Hilary Lindh, they won nine out of 10 races for the United States.

Place Name Country Total Points 1United States 6Canada 7Canada 17Italy 18Italy 20Sweden 24Austria 26Switzerland 29Italy
1 Picabo Street  United States 709 - 29 100 80 100 100 100 100 100
2 Hilary Lindh  United States 493 100 100 80 40 20 40 18 45 50
3 Katja Seizinger  Germany 445 60 26 60 60 60 80 40 50 45
4 Varvara Zelenskaya  Russia 416 26 40 36 7 45 22 80 80 80
5 Isolde Kostner  Italy 310 80 - - 50 16 60 80 - 24
6 Barbara Merlin  Italy 304 - 22 50 24 80 26 13 29 60
7 Michaela Gerg  Germany 262 11 1 7 100 26 9 36 32 40
8 Heidi Zurbriggen   Switzerland 252 45 18 15 22 32 50 12 26 32
9 Heidi Zeller   Switzerland 242 29 60 16 18 22 32 7 36 22
10 Renate Götschl  Austria 236 - - 11 45 50 20 50 60 -

Women's Super G results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Super G World Cup 1994/95 all results count. Katja Seizinger won her third Super G World Cup in a row.

Place Name Country Total Points 4United States 8Canada 12Austria 14Austria 15Germany 25Austria 30Italy
1 Katja Seizinger  Germany 446 26 100 80 80 45 15 100
2 Heidi Zeller   Switzerland 366 60 80 60 10 24 100 32
3 Heidi Zurbriggen   Switzerland 251 10 24 40 29 32 80 36
4 Renate Götschl  Austria 245 13 12 - 100 40 - 80
5 Martina Ertl  Germany 237 22 60 24 15 16 60 40
6 Sylvia Eder  Austria 230 100 8 32 36 14 40 -
7 Florence Masnada  France 198 - 5 22 - 100 11 60
8 Picabo Street  United States 196 36 60 - 20 80 - -
9 Régine Cavagnoud  France 165 12 36 29 18 26 24 20
10 Alexandra Meissnitzer  Austria 163 32 20 7 50 18 36 -
11 Michaela Gerg  Germany 158 - 29 50 14 15 - 50
12 Shannon Nobis  United States 144 40 - - 26 60 18 -
13 Pernilla Wiberg  Sweden 140 18 32 15 13 6 32 24
14 Anita Wachter  Austria 128 3 3 100 22 - - -

Women's Giant Slalom results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1994/95 all results count. Vreni Schneider won her fifth Giant Slalom World Cup. But this time she was unable to win a single competition.

Place Name Country Total Points 1United States 5United States 10Italy 13Austria 19Italy 21Sweden 22Slovenia 31Italy
1 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 450 60 80 29 60 80 80 32 29
2 Heidi Zeller   Switzerland 420 100 100 40 80 45 45 10 -
3 Špela Pretnar  Slovenia 352 14 - 22 26 60 50 80 100
4 Martina Ertl  Germany 333 40 - 50 40 50 13 100 40
5 Deborah Compagnoni  Italy 325 - - 60 100 - 60 60 45
6 Sabina Panzanini  Italy 310 80 32 100 - - 18 - 80
7 Anita Wachter  Austria 295 - 15 80 - 100 100 - -
8 Urška Hrovat  Slovenia 260 26 45 36 14 - 29 50 60
9 Katja Seizinger  Germany 206 20 29 20 45 36 14 18 24
10 Birgit Heeb  Liechtenstein 196 50 50 13 22 29 - - 32

Women's Slalom results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Slalom World Cup 1995/96 all results count. Vreni Schneider won her sixth Slalom World Cup, the last four of them in a row.

Place Name Country Total Points 2United States 9Italy 11France 16Germany 23Slovenia 27Switzerland 32Italy
1 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 560 100 100 80 - 100 80 100
2 Pernilla Wiberg  Sweden 355 50 80 45 - - 100 80
3 Martina Ertl  Germany 278 20 13 40 100 45 60 -
4 Urška Hrovat  Slovenia 275 14 29 100 - 50 22 60
5 Kristina Andersson  Sweden 247 60 36 20 45 10 36 40
6 Leïla Piccard  France 222 29 - 60 32 40 29 32
7 Patricia Chauvet  France 212 45 40 36 40 18 13 20
8 Marianne Kjørstad  Norway 204 36 26 - 36 32 50 24
9 Gabriela Zingre   Switzerland 180 - 6 26 60 26 26 36
10 Katja Koren  Slovenia 171 - - 22 24 80 - 45

Women's combined results[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Combined World Cup 1994/95 only one competition was held.

Place Name Country Total Points 28Switzerland
1 Pernilla Wiberg  Sweden 100 100
2 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 80 80
3 Martina Ertl  Germany 60 60
4 Katja Seizinger  Germany 50 50
5 Marianne Kjørstad  Norway 45 45
6 Špela Pretnar  Slovenia 40 40
7 Stefanie Schuster  Austria 36 36
8 Hilde Gerg  Germany 32 32
9 Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria 29 29
10 Alenka Dovžan  Slovenia 26 26

Women's Team results[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Super G Giant Slalom Combined Racers Wins
1   Switzerland 3858 785 711 1305 961 96 14 7
2  Germany 3508 930 1201 781 439 157 11 5
3  Austria 2978 838 1049 562 464 65 18 5
4  Italy 2208 807 301 713 365 22 14 2
5  United States 2142 1388 473 161 120 0 10 8
6  France 1909 557 471 262 619 0 11 1
7  Slovenia 1781 30 247 794 644 66 6 2
8  Sweden 1388 201 140 208 739 100 5 2
9  Norway 1250 102 242 517 300 89 13 0
10  Russia 652 536 98 0 0 18 3 0
11  Canada 278 213 15 0 50 0 6 0
12  Liechtenstein 197 0 1 196 0 0 1 0
13  New Zealand 154 0 0 0 154 0 2 0
14  Spain 113 0 0 111 2 0 3 0

Nationscup[edit]

Place Country Total Points Men Women
1  Austria 8862 5884 2978
2   Switzerland 6015 2157 3858
3  Italy 5965 3757 2208
4  Norway 4387 3137 1250
5  Germany 3894 386 3508
6  France 3885 1976 1909
7  United States 3375 1233 2142
8  Slovenia 2887 1106 1781
9  Sweden 1969 581 1388
10  Canada 764 486 278
11  Luxembourg 744 744 0
12  Russia 652 0 652
13  Liechtenstein 449 585 197
14  New Zealand 154 0 154
15  Japan 150 150 0
16  Spain 113 0 113
17  Finland 81 81 0
18  United Kingdom 22 22 0

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