2004 Alpine Skiing World Cup

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The 38th World Cup season began in October 2003 in Sölden, Austria, and concluded at the World Cup finals in Sestriere, Italy, in March 2004. Sestriere would host the alpine skiing events at the 2006 Winter Olympics.

Hermann Maier of Austria and Anja Pärson of Sweden won the overall titles.

Men[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Giant Sölden Austria 26 October 2003
2 Giant Park City United States 22 November 2003
3 Slalom Park City United States 23 November 2003
4 Downhill Lake Louise Canada 29 November 2003
5 Super G Lake Louise Canada 30 November 2003
6 Downhill Beaver Creek United States 5 December 2003
7 Downhill Beaver Creek United States 6 December 2003
8 Super G Beaver Creek United States 7 December 2003
9 Giant Alta Badia Italy 14 December 2003
10 Slalom Madonna di Campiglio Italy 15 December 2003
11 Super G Val Gardena Italy 19 December 2003
12 Downhill Val Gardena Italy 20 December 2003
13 Giant Alta Badia Italy 21 December 2003
14 Giant Flachau Austria 3 January 2004
15 Slalom Flachau Austria 4 January 2004
16 Downhill Chamonix France 10 January 2004
17 Slalom Chamonix France 11 January 2004
18 Combined Race 16 and 17
19 Slalom Wengen Switzerland 18 January 2004
20 Downhill Kitzbühel Austria 22 January 2004
21 Super G Kitzbühel Austria 23 January 2004
22 Downhill Kitzbühel Austria 24 January 2004
23 Slalom Kitzbühel Austria 25 January 2004
24 Combined Race 20 and 23
25 Slalom Schladming Austria 27 January 2004
26 Downhill Garmisch-Partenkirchen Germany 30 January 2004
27 Downhill Garmisch-Partenkirchen Germany 31 January 2004
28 Super G Garmisch-Partenkirchen Germany 1 February 2004
29 Giant Adelboden Switzerland 7 February 2004
30 Slalom Adelboden Switzerland 8 February 2004
31 Downhill St. Anton Austria 14 February 2004
32 Slalom St. Anton Austria 15 February 2004
33 Giant Kranjska Gora Slovenia 28 February 2004
34 Slalom Kranjska Gora Slovenia 29 February 2004
35 Downhill Kvitfjell Norway 6 March 2004
36 Super G Kvitfjell Norway 7 March 2004
37 Downhill Sestriere Italy 10 March 2004
38 Super G Sestriere Italy 11 March 2004
Giant[1] Sestriere Italy 12 March 2004
39 Slalom Sestriere Italy 14 March 2004

Note:

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

  1. ^ race abandoned after the first heat due to bad weather conditions

Men's Overall Results[edit]

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Place Name Country Total Points
1 Hermann Maier  Austria 1265
2 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 1223
3 Benjamin Raich  Austria 1139
4 Bode Miller  United States 1134
5 Daron Rahlves  United States 1004
6 Kalle Palander  Finland 944
7 Michael Walchhofer  Austria 828
8 Lasse Kjus  Norway 824
9 Hans Knauß  Austria 796
10 Rainer Schönfelder  Austria 727

Men's Downhill Results[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Downhill World Cup 2003/04 all results count. Stephan Eberharter won his third Downhill World Cup in a row.

Place Name Country Total Points 4Canada 6United States 7United States 12Italy 16France 20Austria 22Austria 26Germany 27Germany 31Austria 35Norway 37Italy
1 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 831 9 80 22 40 100 80 100 60 100 80 100 60
2 Daron Rahlves  United States 627 13 100 50 36 16 60 80 80 18 24 50 100
3 Hermann Maier  Austria 537 29 45 100 45 20 50 29 45 45 100 29 -
4 Fritz Strobl  Austria 512 14 5 29 50 40 29 26 50 80 29 80 80
5 Michael Walchhofer  Austria 503 100 50 40 80 60 15 45 - 15 40 13 45
6 Hans Knauß  Austria 421 45 - 80 60 14 45 50 26 16 40 45 -
7 Antoine Dénériaz  France 367 60 7 - 100 26 18 15 26 7 16 60 32
8 Ambrosi Hoffmann  Switzerland 317 32 6 9 14 5 40 60 32 13 20 36 50
9 Lasse Kjus  Norway 316 40 40 18 14 80 100 24 - - - - -
Didier Cuche  Switzerland 316 - 11 - 20 26 14 36 100 29 26 32 22

Men's Super G Results[edit]

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In Men's Super G World Cup 2003/04 all results count. Hermann Maier won his fifth Super G World Cup. This record is still unbeaten.

Place Name Country Total Points 5Canada 8United States 11Italy 21Austria 28Germany 36Norway 38Italy
1 Hermann Maier  Austria 580 100 80 60 80 100 60 100
2 Daron Rahlves  United States 340 26 22 50 100 20 100 22
3 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 312 60 12 80 29 29 22 80
4 Bjarne Solbakken  Norway 298 36 100 22 13 18 80 29
5 Michael Walchhofer  Austria 243 80 - 26 60 - 45 32
6 Hans Knauß  Austria 237 7 60 50 16 24 40 40
7 Lasse Kjus  Norway 230 45 40 100 45 - - -
8 Benjamin Raich  Austria 215 50 24 32 9 - 50 50
9 Andreas Schifferer  Austria 212 - 36 20 50 50 32 24
10 Didier Cuche  Switzerland 211 - 45 36 32 40 18 40

Men's Giant Slalom Results[edit]

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In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 2003/04 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 1Austria 2United States 9Italy 13Italy 14Austria 29Switzerland 33Slovenia
1 Bode Miller  United States 410 100 100 50 60 - - 100
2 Kalle Palander  Finland 349 24 45 100 80 - 100 -
3 Massimiliano Blardone  Italy 266 16 40 - 50 80 80 -
4 Benjamin Raich  Austria 255 45 18 26 45 100 7 14
5 Davide Simoncelli  Italy 238 - - 80 100 36 9 13
6 Heinz Schilchegger  Austria 210 40 24 22 16 32 60 16
7 Frédéric Covili  France 190 80 50 60 - - - -
8 Joël Chenal  France 187 60 14 13 26 5 45 24
9 Andreas Schifferer  Austria 186 29 80 32 11 22 - 12
10 Christoph Gruber  Austria 181 - 7 24 - 50 60 40

Men's Slalom Results[edit]

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In Men's Slalom World Cup 2003/04 the all results count. Rainer Schönfelder won the cup with only one win.

Place Name Country Total Points 3United States 10Italy 15Austria 17France 19Switzerland 23Austria 25Austria 30Switzerland 32Austria 34Slovenia 39Italy
1 Rainer Schönfelder  Austria 630 80 40 - 50 80 60 45 100 50 45 80
2 Kalle Palander  Finland 595 100 - 100 15 - 100 60 - 80 40 100
3 Benjamin Raich  Austria 468 29 50 50 13 100 40 100 60 - - 26
4 Giorgio Rocca  Italy 429 50 80 60 100 - 20 - 32 36 29 22
5 Bode Miller  United States 376 - - - 60 - 50 50 80 100 - 36
6 Mario Matt  Austria 352 20 20 - 22 40 40 - 50 60 60 40
7 Manfred Pranger  Austria 347 60 60 80 40 - - 36 - 11 - 60
8 Truls Ove Karlsen  Norway 262 18 - 7 - 20 32 13 - 40 100 32
9 Manfred Mölgg  Italy 236 - 45 45 18 - 12 80 - 36 - -
10 Thomas Grandi  Canada 221 - 12 18 15 45 80 - - 26 9 16
11 Akira Sasaki  Japan 216 22 - - 29 - - 14 36 20 50 45
Tom Stiansen  Norway 216 32 13 20 - 8 - - 26 8 80 29
13 Silvan Zurbriggen  Switzerland 210 36 24 26 2 29 45 - - 18 10 20
14 Ivica Kostelić  Croatia 195 - 100 - 9 60 26 - - - - -

Men's Combined Results[edit]

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In Men's Combined World Cup 2003/04 both results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 18France 24Austria
1 Bode Miller  United States 200 100 100
2 Benjamin Raich  Austria 160 80 80
3 Lasse Kjus  Norway 120 60 60
4 Pierrick Bourgeat  France 90 50 40
5 Michael Walchhofer  Austria 82 32 50
6 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 77 45 32
7 Silvan Zurbriggen  Switzerland 74 29 45
8 Ondřej Bank  Czech Republic 42 18 24
9 Andrej Šporn  Slovenia 40 40 -
10 Ambrosi Hoffmann  Switzerland 38 16 22
Hermann Maier  Austria 38 20 18
Didier Cuche  Switzerland 38 22 16

Women[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Giant Sölden  Austria 25 October 2003
2 Giant Park City  United States 28 November 2003
3 Slalom Park City  United States 29 November 2003
4 Downhill Lake Louise  Canada 5 December 2003
5 Downhill Lake Louise  Canada 6 December 2003
6 Super G Lake Louise  Canada 7 December 2003
7 Giant Alta Badia  Italy 13 December 2003
8 Slalom Madonna di Campiglio  Italy 16 December 2003
9 Slalom Madonna di Campiglio  Italy 17 December 2003
10 Downhill St. Moritz  Switzerland 20 December 2003
11 Giant Lienz  Austria 27 December 2003
12 Slalom Lienz  Austria 28 December 2003
13 Super G Megève  France 4 January 2004
14 Slalom Megève  France 5 January 2004
15 Downhill Veysonnaz  Switzerland 10 January 2004
16 Super G Veysonnaz  Switzerland 11 January 2004
17 Super G Cortina d'Ampezzo  Italy 14 January 2004
18 Super G Cortina d'Ampezzo  Italy 16 January 2004
19 Downhill Cortina d'Ampezzo  Italy 17 January 2004
20 Downhill Cortina d'Ampezzo  Italy 18 January 2004
21 Giant Maribor  Slovenia 24 January 2004
22 Slalom Maribor  Slovenia 25 January 2004
23 Downhill Haus im Ennstal  Austria 30 January 2004
24 Downhill Haus im Ennstal  Austria 31 January 2004
25 Super G Haus im Ennstal  Austria 1 February 2004
26 Giant Zwiesel  Germany 7 February 2004
27 Slalom Zwiesel  Germany 8 February 2004
28 Super G Åre  Sweden 21 February 2004
29 Giant Åre  Sweden 22 February 2004
30 Slalom Levi  Finland 28 February 2004
31 Slalom Levi  Finland 29 February 2004
32 Downhill Sestriere  Italy 10 March 2004
33 Super G Sestriere  Italy 11 March 2004
33 Slalom Sestriere  Italy 13 March 2004
34 Giant Sestriere  Italy 14 March 2004

Note:

At the World Cup finals in Sestriere 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

Place Name Country Total Points
1 Anja Pärson  Sweden 1561
2 Renate Götschl  Austria 1344
3 Maria Riesch  Germany 977
4 Hilde Gerg  Germany 962
5 Carole Montillet  France 957
6 Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria 943
7 Martina Ertl  Germany 770
8 Alexandra Meissnitzer  Austria 734
9 Tanja Poutiainen  Finland 669
10 Elisabeth Görgl  Austria 654

Women's Downhill Results[edit]

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In Women's Downhill World Cup 2003/04 all results count. Renate Götschl won her third Downhill World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points 4Canada 5Canada 10Switzerland 15Switzerland 19Italy 20Italy 23Austria 24Austria 32Italy
1 Renate Götschl  Austria 680 20 60 100 100 80 80 60 80 100
2 Hilde Gerg  Germany 546 80 45 80 80 100 50 50 32 29
3 Carole Montillet  France 492 100 100 36 20 60 100 36 16 24
4 Isolde Kostner  Italy 348 2 24 2 18 36 26 80 100 60
5 Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria 334 13 80 32 80 50 32 29 18 -
6 Sylviane Berthod  Switzerland 300 50 3 29 36 26 18 22 36 80
7 Maria Riesch  Germany 283 32 29 60 2 24 14 100 - 22
8 Nadia Styger  Switzerland 252 1 20 50 24 32 40 40 13 32
9 Kirsten Clark  United States 228 60 18 15 50 40 45 - - -
10 Alexandra Meissnitzer  Austria 225 36 40 24 40 - 24 14 11 36

Women's Super G Results[edit]

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In Women's Super G World Cup 2003/04 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 6Canada 13France 16Switzerland 17Italy 18Italy 25Austria 28Sweden 33Italy
1 Renate Götschl  Austria 467 100 80 - 36 100 15 100 36
2 Carole Montillet  France 402 32 50 45 45 50 100 80 -
3 Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria 391 80 60 80 6 13 60 32 60
4 Hilde Gerg  Germany 390 60 45 100 60 60 20 - 45
5 Maria Riesch  Germany 338 22 - 20 80 36 100 - 80
6 Nadia Styger  Switzerland 292 45 - 32 40 26 13 36 100
7 Alexandra Meissnitzer  Austria 267 3 100 36 22 32 45 - 29
8 Silvia Berger  Austria 219 8 24 60 9 16 12 40 50
9 Mélanie Suchet  Switzerland 207 10 36 10 26 40 40 45 -
10 Brigitte Obermoser  Austria 195 - 8 26 14 5 50 60 32
11 Caroline Lalive  United States 178 16 26 24 50 22 44 29 -
12 Geneviève Simard  Canada 177 6 1 40 100 - 18 12 -

Women's Giant Slalom Results[edit]

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In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 2003/04 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 1Austria 2United States 7Italy 11Austria 21Slovenia 26Germany 29Sweden 35Italy
1 Anja Pärson  Sweden 630 80 100 50 - 100 100 100 100
2 Denise Karbon  Italy 343 24 60 100 - 11 18 50 80
3 María José Rienda Contreras  Spain 339 60 36 - 40 60 13 80 50
4 Elisabeth Görgl  Austria 293 20 45 60 - 32 36 60 40
5 Tanja Poutiainen  Finland 279 45 9 40 45 36 40 32 32
6 Nicole Hosp  Austria 260 - 80 80 100 - - - -
7 Alexandra Meissnitzer  Austria 242 32 40 29 26 26 29 - 60
8 Tina Maze  Slovenia 234 50 2 26 29 7 80 18 32
9 Martina Ertl  Germany 230 100 32 - 50 - - 24 24
10 Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria 218 4 5 15 24 80 50 14 26

Women's Slalom Results[edit]

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In Women's Slalom World Cup 2003/04 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 3United States 8Italy 9Italy 12Austria 14France 22Slovenia 27Germany 30Finland 31Finland 34Italy
1 Anja Pärson  Sweden 770 100 100 80 100 100 100 100 50 - 40
2 Marlies Schild  Austria 447 60 36 60 9 80 80 - - 22 100
3 Monika Bergmann-Schmuderer  Germany 437 - 20 45 60 60 50 80 32 45 45
4 Tanja Poutiainen  Finland 390 36 32 40 29 8 45 - 100 40 60
5 Elisabeth Görgl  Austria 339 - 9 50 - 36 16 36 80 80 32
6 Nicole Hosp  Austria 306 - 60 100 80 6 60 - - - -
7 Martina Ertl  Germany 299 45 29 32 24 60 - 9 40 60 -
8 Kristina Koznick  United States 297 26 45 29 - 40 14 26 45 50 22
9 Maria Riesch  Germany 245 - 5 10 - 20 - - 60 100 50
10 Šárka Záhrobská  Czech Republic 244 40 18 16 - 32 - 45 40 29 24

Women's Combined Results[edit]

No competition was held.

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