1968 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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Alpine Ski World Cup 1968
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall France Jean-Claude Killy Canada Nancy Greene
Downhill Austria Gerhard Nenning France Isabelle Mir
Giant slalom France Jean-Claude Killy Canada Nancy Greene
Slalom Switzerland Dumeng Giovanoli France Marielle Goitschel
Nations Cup Austria Austria France France
Nations Cup overall France France
Competition
Locations 12 11
Individual 20 23
1967

The second World Cup season began in January in West Germany and concluded in April in the US Jean-Claude Killy of France repeated as the overall champion, and announced his retirement from World Cup competition. Nancy Greene of Canada repeated as the women's World Cup overall champion.

For the only time, the results of the Winter Olympics were included in the season standings. Future Olympic results were not included as World Cup races, nor were World Championship results after 1970. However, the inclusion of the Olympics was irrelevant to the final outcome, as both Killy and Greene would have won the season titles had the Olympics been excluded.

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Key: DH Downhill, SL Slalom, GS Giant Slalom[1]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
18 1 4 January 1968 West Germany Hindelang GS 006 Switzerland Edmund Bruggmann France Jean-Claude Killy Switzerland Dumeng Giovanoli
19 2 8 January 1968 Switzerland Adelboden GS 007 France Jean-Claude Killy Switzerland Edmund Bruggmann Switzerland Stefan Kälin
20 3 13 January 1968 Switzerland Wengen DH 006 Austria Gerhard Nenning Austria Karl Schranz Switzerland Edmund Bruggmann
21 4 14 January 1968 SL 008 Switzerland Dumeng Giovanoli Norway Håkon Mjøen Austria Alfred Matt
22 5 20 January 1968 Austria Kitzbühel DH 007 Austria Gerhard Nenning France Jean-Claude Killy Switzerland Andreas Sprecher
23 6 21 January 1968 SL 009 Switzerland Dumeng Giovanoli Austria Alfred Matt France Jean-Claude Killy
24 7 9 February 1968 France Grenoble
(1968 Winter Olympics)
DH 008 France Jean-Claude Killy France Guy Périllat Switzerland Jean-Daniel Dätwyler
25 8 12 February 1968 GS 008 France Jean-Claude Killy Switzerland Willy Favre Austria Heinrich Messner
26 9 17 February 1968 SL 010 France Jean-Claude Killy Austria Herbert Huber Austria Alfred Matt
27 10 24 February 1968 France Chamonix DH 009 France Bernard Orcel Switzerland Kurt Huggler France Guy Périllat
28 11 24 February 1968 Norway Oslo GS 009 Austria Werner Bleiner Switzerland Dumeng Giovanoli Switzerland Edmund Bruggmann
29 12 25 February 1968 SL 011 France Patrick Russel Switzerland Dumeng Giovanoli Norway Håkon Mjøen
30 13 1 March 1968 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Kranjska Gora SL 012 France Patrick Russel Austria Franz Digruber Switzerland Stefan Kälin
31 14 10 March 1968 France Méribel GS 010 France Jean-Claude Killy France Georges Mauduit France Guy Périllat
32 15 15 March 1968 United States Aspen DH 010 Austria Gerhard Nenning Austria Heinrich Messner France Jean-Claude Killy
33 16 16 March 1968 SL 013 United States Billy Kidd Austria Herbert Huber Austria Alfred Matt
34 17 29 March 1968 Canada Rossland SL 014 France Jean-Claude Killy France Jean-Pierre Augert United States Rick Chaffee
35 18 31 March 1968 GS 011 Austria Herbert Huber Austria Reinhard Tritscher France Guy Périllat
36 19 6 April 1968 United States Heavenly Valley GS 012 Austria Herbert Huber France Georges Mauduit Austria Reinhard Tritscher
37 20 7 April 1968 SL 015 United States Spider Sabich Austria Herbert Huber United States Rick Chaffee

Note:

Race 7, 8 and 9 were the Olympic events at Grenoble, which count also for the World Cup. See also 1968 Winter Olympics and Alpine skiing at the 1968 Winter Olympics.

Race 10 and 11 were held on the same day.

Ladies[edit]

Event Key: DH Downhill, SL Slalom, GS Giant Slalom[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
18 1 5 January 1968 West Germany Oberstaufen GS 007 Switzerland Fernande Bochatay France Florence Steurer Canada Nancy Greene
19 2 6 January 1968 SL 008 France Marielle Goitschel Austria Gertrude Gabl Canada Nancy Greene
20 3 10 January 1968 Switzerland Grindelwald GS 008 Canada Nancy Greene France Marielle Goitschel Switzerland Fernande Bochatay
21 4 11 January 1968 SL 009 Austria Gertrude Gabl France Isabelle Mir France Marielle Goitschel
22 5 17 January 1968 Austria Badgastein DH 005 Austria Olga Pall Austria Christl Haas United Kingdom Divina Galica
23 6 18 January 1968 SL 010 France Florence Steurer France Marielle Goitschel Austria Gertrude Gabl
24 7 25 January 1968 France St. Gervais SL 011 Switzerland Fernande Bochatay France Florence Steurer United States Kiki Cutter
25 8 27 January 1968 DH 006 France Isabelle Mir France Annie Famose Austria Christl Haas
26 9 10 February 1968 France Grenoble
(1968 Winter Olympics)
DH 007 Austria Olga Pall France Isabelle Mir Austria Christl Haas
27 10 13 February 1968 SL 012 France Marielle Goitschel Canada Nancy Greene France Annie Famose
28 11 15 February 1968 GS 009 Canada Nancy Greene France Annie Famose Switzerland Fernande Bochatay
29 12 23 February 1968 France Chamonix DH 008 Canada Nancy Greene Austria Christl Haas United Kingdom Divina Galica
30 13 24 February 1968 Norway Oslo GS 010 Switzerland Fernande Bochatay France Isabelle Mir United States Kiki Cutter
31 14 25 February 1968 SL 013 United States Kiki Cutter France Isabelle Mir United States Wendy Allen
32 15 1 March 1968 Italy Abetone SL 014 France Florence Steurer France Annie Famose France Britt Lafforgue
33 16 2 March 1968 DH 009 France Isabelle Mir France Annie Famose France Florence Steurer
34 17 15 March 1968 United States Aspen DH 010 Canada Nancy Greene Austria Olga Pall France Marielle Goitschel
35 18 16 March 1968 SL 015 Canada Nancy Greene Austria Gertrude Gabl United States Kiki Cutter
36 19 17 March 1968 GS 011 Canada Nancy Greene France Marielle Goitschel West Germany Rosi Mittermaier
37 20 28 March 1968 Canada Rossland SL 016 France Marielle Goitschel Switzerland Fernande Bochatay United States Kiki Cutter
38 21 31 March 1968 GS 012 Canada Nancy Greene France Florence Steurer Austria Gertrude Gabl
39 22 5 April 1968 United States Heavenly Valley GS 013 Austria Gertrude Gabl France Florence Steurer France Isabelle Mir
40 23 6 April 1968 SL 017 Austria Gertrude Gabl Canada Nancy Greene United States Judy Nagel

Note:

Race 9, 10 and 11 were the Olympic events at Grenoble, which count also for the World Cup. See also 1968 Winter Olympics and Alpine skiing at the 1968 Winter Olympics

Men[edit]

Overall[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Overall World Cup 1967/68 the best three downhills, best three giant slaloms and best three slaloms count. 12 racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Giant Slalom
1 Jean-Claude Killy  France 200 60 75 65
2 Dumeng Giovanoli   Switzerland 119 6 43 70
3 Herbert Huber  Austria 112 0 52 60
4 Gerhard Nenning  Austria 102 75 10 17
5 Guy Périllat  France 83 37 41 5
6 Edmund Bruggmann   Switzerland 80 17 60 3
7 Billy Kidd  United States 73 17 30 26
8 Karl Schranz  Austria 69 39 22 8
9 Patrick Russel  France 67 0 6 61
10 Heinrich Messner  Austria 63 31 15 17
11 Georges Mauduit  France 57 0 51 6
12 Håkon Mjøen  Norway 52 0 11 41
13 Alfred Matt  Austria 51 0 1 50
14 Rick Chaffee  United States 46 0 8 38
15 Jean-Pierre Augert  France 44 0 14 30

Downhill[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Downhill World Cup 1967/68 the best 3 results count. Four racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Gerhard Nenning won the cup with maximum points.

Place Name Country Total Points 3Switzerland 5Austria 7France 10France 15United States
1 Gerhard Nenning  Austria 75 25 25 (2) 25
2 Jean-Claude Killy  France 60 20 25 15
3 Karl Schranz  Austria 39 20 11 8 (8)
4 Bernard Orcel  France 37 4 8 (3) 25
Guy Périllat  France 37 2 20 15
Jean-Daniel Dätwyler   Switzerland 37 11 15 11 (3)
7 Heinrich Messner  Austria 31 11 20
8 Kurt Huggler   Switzerland 20 20
9 Edmund Bruggmann   Switzerland 17 15 1 1
Billy Kidd  United States 17 6 11

Giant slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1967/68 the best 3 results count. Five racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Jean-Claude Killy won the cup with maximum points.

Place Name Country Total Points 1Germany 2Switzerland 8France 11Norway 14France 18Canada 19United States
1 Jean-Claude Killy  France 75 (20) 25 25 25 (2)
2 Edmund Bruggmann   Switzerland 60 25 20 15 (6)
3 Herbert Huber  Austria 52 2 25 25
4 Georges Mauduit  France 51 (1) (2) 20 11 20
5 Dumeng Giovanoli   Switzerland 43 15 (6) (4) 20 8 (1)
6 Guy Périllat  France 41 11 15 15 (6)
7 Reinhard Tritscher  Austria 35 20 15
8 Billy Kidd  United States 30 11 11 8
9 Willy Favre   Switzerland 28 4 4 20
Werner Bleiner  Austria 28 2 1 25

Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Slalom World Cup 1967/68 the best 3 results count. Five racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total Points 4Switzerland 6Austria 9France 12Norway 13Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 16United States 17Canada 20United States
1 Dumeng Giovanoli   Switzerland 70 25 25 (11) 20
2 Jean-Claude Killy  France 65 15 25 (11) 25 (4)
3 Patrick Russel  France 61 25 25 11
4 Herbert Huber  Austria 60 (4) (11) 20 20 20
5 Alfred Matt  Austria 50 15 20 15 (15) (11)
6 Håkon Mjøen  Norway 41 20 6 15
7 Rick Chaffee  United States 38 (3) (2) 8 15 15
8 Spider Sabich  United States 37 (3) 8 4 25
9 Jean-Pierre Augert  France 30 4 20 6
10 Billy Kidd  United States 26 1 25

Ladies[edit]

Overall[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Overall World Cup 1967/68 the best three downhills, best three giant slaloms and best three slaloms count. 13 racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Giant Slalom
1 Nancy Greene  Canada 191 51 75 65
2 Isabelle Mir  France 159 70 41 48
3 Florence Steurer  France 153 23 60 70
4 Marielle Goitschel  France 148 29 44 75
5 Fernande Bochatay   Switzerland 126 10 65 51
6 Annie Famose  France 123 48 32 43
7 Gertrude Gabl  Austria 121 0 51 70
8 Olga Pall  Austria 89 70 16 3
9 Kiki Cutter  United States 80 0 25 55
10 Christl Haas  Austria 55 55 0 0
11 Judy Nagel  United States 53 0 28 25
12 Divina Galica  United Kingdom 49 32 17 0
13 Rosi Mittermaier  West Germany 47 0 29 18
Brigitte Seiwald  Austria 47 25 10 12
15 Wendy Allen  United States 41 0 4 37

Downhill[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1967/68 the best 3 results count. Four racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total Points 5Austria 8France 9France 12France 16Italy 17United States
1 Isabelle Mir  France 70 25 20 25
Olga Pall  Austria 70 25 25 20
3 Christl Haas  Austria 55 20 15 (15) 20
4 Nancy Greene  Canada 51 1 25 25
5 Annie Famose  France 48 (4) 20 8 20
6 Divina Galica  United Kingdom 32 15 2 15 (2)
7 Marielle Goitschel  France 29 3 11 (3) (3) 15
8 Brigitte Seiwald  Austria 25 11 11 3
9 Florence Steurer  France 23 2 6 15
10 Annerösli Zryd   Switzerland 17 8 1 8

Giant slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1967/68 the best 3 results count. Nine racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Nancy Greene won the cup with maximum points.

Place Name Country Total Points 1Germany 3Switzerland 11France 13Norway 19United States 21Canada 22United States
1 Nancy Greene  Canada 75 (15) 25 25 25 (25) (8)
2 Fernande Bochatay   Switzerland 65 25 15 (15) 25 (2) (1)
3 Florence Steurer  France 60 20 (8) (11) 20 20
4 Gertrude Gabl  Austria 51 (3) 11 (2) (11) 15 25
5 Marielle Goitschel  France 44 20 4 20
6 Isabelle Mir  France 41 6 (1) (6) 20 (3) 15
7 Annie Famose  France 32 (4) 20 6 6
8 Rosi Mittermaier  West Germany 29 3 15 11
9 Judy Nagel  United States 28 11 6 (4) 11
10 Kiki Cutter  United States 25 4 15 (2) 6

Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Slalom World Cup 1967/68 the best 3 results count. Ten racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Marielle Goitschel won the cup with maximum points.

Place Name Country Total Points 2Germany 4Switzerland 6Austria 7France 10France 14Norway 15Italy 18United States 20Canada 23United States
1 Marielle Goitschel  France 75 25 (15) (20) (11) 25 25
2 Florence Steurer  France 70 (2) 25 20 25
Gertrude Gabl  Austria 70 20 25 (15) (20) 25
4 Nancy Greene  Canada 65 (15) 20 25 20
5 Kiki Cutter  United States 55 (4) 15 25 15 (15)
6 Fernande Bochatay   Switzerland 51 (1) (4) 25 6 20
7 Isabelle Mir  France 48 20 8 (4) (8) 20 (8)
8 Annie Famose  France 43 8 15 20
9 Wendy Allen  United States 37 11 (6) (8) 15 (3) 11 (11)
10 Judy Nagel  United States 25 (3) 6 4 15

Nations Cup[edit]

Overall[edit]

Place Country Total Points Men Women
1  France 1340 548 792
2  Austria 1005 594 411
3   Switzerland 588 413 175
4  United States 504 188 316
5  Canada 272 5 267
6  West Germany 135 30 105
7  United Kingdom 90 2 88
8  Norway 69 58 11
9  Italy 37 15 22
10  Poland 14 14 0
11  Sweden 11 11 0
 Czechoslovakia 11 11 0
13  Yugoslavia 9 9 0

Men[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Giant Slalom Racers Wins
1  Austria 594 166 178 250 17 6
2  France 548 137 224 187 9 9
3   Switzerland 413 114 185 114 14 3
4  United States 188 29 39 120 6 2
5  Norway 58 0 15 43 4 0
6  West Germany 30 22 8 0 5 0
7  Italy 15 10 3 2 3 0
8  Poland 14 0 0 14 1 0
9  Sweden 11 0 0 11 1 0
 Czechoslovakia 11 0 11 0 1 0
11  Yugoslavia 9 0 0 9 3 0
12  Canada 5 0 0 5 2 0
13  United Kingdom 2 0 2 0 1 0

Ladies[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Giant Slalom Racers Wins
1  France 792 221 211 360 12 7
2  Austria 411 194 94 123 8 5
3  United States 316 16 71 229 15 1
4  Canada 267 51 133 83 3 7
5   Switzerland 175 36 83 56 4 3
6  West Germany 105 6 49 50 6 0
7  United Kingdom 88 40 26 22 4 0
8  Italy 22 6 0 16 5 0
9  Norway 11 0 0 11 2 0

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