1969 Alpine Skiing World Cup

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Alpine Ski World Cup 1969
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Austria Karl Schranz Austria Gertrude Gabl
Downhill Austria Karl Schranz Austria Wiltrud Drexel
Giant slalom Austria Karl Schranz United States Marilyn Cochran
Slalom France Patrick Russel
Austria Alfred Matt
France Alain Penz
France Jean-Noël Augert
Austria Gertrude Gabl
Nations Cup Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 14 11
Individual 22 20
← 1968 1970 →

The third World Cup season began in December 1968 and concluded in March 1969. Karl Schranz of Austria won the first of two consecutive overall titles. Gertrude Gabl of Austria won the women's overall title. For the first and only (as of 2016) time in World Cup history, a discipline trophy was shared by more than two people, as four men (3 French, 1 Austrian) tied for the Men's Slalom trophy.

The race footage for the film Downhill Racer was shot during this season, primarily in January 1969.

Calendar[edit]

Key[edit]

DH downhill
GS giant slalom
SL slalom

Men[edit]

[1]

Race Date Venue Event Winner Second Third
1 12 Dec 1968 Val d'Isère, France GS Austria Karl Schranz France Bernard Orcel France Henri Duvillard
2 3 Jan 1969 Berchtesgaden, West Germany SL Austria Alfred Matt Austria Karl Schranz France Patrick Russel
3 6 Jan 1969 Adelboden, Switzerland GS France Jean-Noël Augert France Jean-Pierre Augert Austria Karl Schranz
4 11 Jan 1969 Wengen, Switzerland DH Austria Karl Schranz Austria Heinrich Messner Austria Karl Cordin
5 12 Jan 1969 SL Austria Reinhard Tritscher United States Spider Sabich Switzerland Peter Frei
6 18 Jan 1969 Kitzbühel, Austria DH Austria Karl Schranz France Jean-Daniel Dätwyler Austria Karl Cordin
France Henri Duvillard
7 19 Jan 1969 SL France Patrick Russel Austria Herbert Huber Switzerland Dumeng Giovanoli
8 24 Jan 1969 Megève, France DH France Henri Duvillard Austria Heinrich Messner Austria Alfred Matt
9 26 Jan 1969 SL France Alain Penz Austria Herbert Huber United States Spider Sabich
10 1 Feb 1969 St. Anton, Austria DH Austria Karl Schranz Austria Heinrich Messner West Germany Franz Vogler
11 8 Feb 1969 Åre, Sweden GS France Jean-Noël Augert Switzerland Jakob Tischhauser France Alain Penz
12 9 Feb 1969 SL France Patrick Russel France Jean-Noël Augert Austria Alfred Matt
13 9 Feb 1969 Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy DH Switzerland Josef Minsch France Jean-Pierre Augert Switzerland Peter Rohr
14 14 Feb 1969 Val Gardena, Italy DH France Jean-Daniel Dätwyler France Henri Duvillard Austria Rudi Sailer
15 16 Feb 1969 Kranjska Gora, Yugoslavia GS Austria Reinhard Tritscher Austria Alfred Matt Austria Franz Digruber
16 17 Feb 1969 SL Switzerland Edmund Bruggmann France Alain Penz Austria Herbert Huber
17 28 Feb 1969 Squaw Valley, USA SL United States Billy Kidd France Alain Penz France Patrick Russel
18 1 Mar 1969 GS Austria Reinhard Tritscher Switzerland Jakob Tischhauser Austria Heinrich Messner
19 15 Mar 1969 Mont St. Anne, Canada GS Austria Karl Schranz Switzerland Dumeng Giovanoli Switzerland Jakob Tischhauser
20 16 Feb 1969 SL Austria Alfred Matt France Jean-Noël Augert United States Billy Kidd
21 21 Mar 1969 Waterville Valley, USA GS Switzerland Dumeng Giovanoli Austria Karl Schranz Switzerland Jakob Tischhauser
22 22 Mar 1969 SL France Jean-Noël Augert Austria Herbert Huber France Patrick Russel

Note:

Race 12 and 13 were held on the same day.

Women[edit]

[2]

Race Date Venue Event Winner Second Third
1 11 Dec 1968 Val d'Isère, France GS France Françoise Macchi West Germany Rosi Mittermaier France Annie Famose
2 3-Jan-1969 Oberstaufen, West Germany GS United States Kiki Cutter Austria Gertrude Gabl
Austria Olga Pall
3 4-Jan-1969 SL Austria Gertrude Gabl United States Judy Nagel United States Marilyn Cochran
4 7-Jan-1969 Grindelwald, Switzerland SL Austria Gertrude Gabl France Annie Famose United States Kiki Cutter
5 10 Jan 1969 DH Austria Wiltrud Drexel West Germany Rosi Mittermaier France Isabelle Mir
6 15 Jan 1969 Schruns, Austria DH Austria Wiltrud Drexel France Florence Steurer France Annie Famose
7 16 Jan 1969 SL West Germany Rosi Mittermaier Austria Gertrude Gabl United States Kiki Cutter
8 23 Jan 1969 St. Gervais, France SL France Ingrid Lafforgue France Annie Famose United States Judy Nagel
9 25 Jan 1969 DH France Isabelle Mir France Annie Famose
Austria Annemarie Pröll
10 31 Jan 1969 St. Anton, Austria DH Austria Olga Pall France Isabelle Mir Austria Wiltrud Drexel
11 8-Feb-1969 Sterzing, Italy SL United States Judy Nagel United States Cathy Nagel France Florence Steurer
12 9-Feb-1969 GS France Michèle Jacot United States Marilyn Cochran France Ingrid Lafforgue
13 16 Feb 1969 Vysoké Tatry, Czechoslovakia SL Austria Gertrude Gabl United States Kiki Cutter France Ingrid Lafforgue
14 17 Feb 1969 GS Austria Gertrude Gabl United States Marilyn Cochran France Florence Steurer
15 28 Feb 1969 Squaw Valley, USA SL Austria Bernadette Rauter France Ingrid Lafforgue United States Judy Nagel
16 1-Mar-1969 GS France Florence Steurer United States Marilyn Cochran Austria Bernadette Rauter
17 14 Mar 1969 Mont St. Anne, Canada GS France Michèle Jacot United States Marilyn Cochran Austria Wiltrud Drexel
18 15 Mar 1969 SL United States Kiki Cutter France Ingrid Lafforgue France Florence Steurer
19 20 Mar 1969 Waterville Valley, USA GS Austria Bernadette Rauter United States Marilyn Cochran
United States Karen Budge
20 22 Mar 1969 SL United States Kiki Cutter West Germany Rosi Mittermaier United States Judy Nagel

Men's results[edit]

Overall[edit]

In Men's Overall World Cup 1968/69 the best three downhills, best three giant slaloms and best three slaloms count. 17 racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Giant Slalom
1 Karl Schranz  Austria 182 75 70 37
2 Jean-Noël Augert  France 123 0 58 65
3 Reinhard Tritscher  Austria 108 0 61 47
4 Alfred Matt  Austria 104 19 20 65
5 Alain Penz  France 98 1 32 65
6 Henri Duvillard  France 91 60 22 9
7 Heinrich Messner  Austria 89 60 26 3
8 Patrick Russel  France 80 0 15 65
9 Dumeng Giovanoli   Switzerland 79 0 48 31
10 Herbert Huber  Austria 62 0 2 60
11 Spider Sabich  United States 58 3 12 43
12 Jean-Daniel Dätwyler   Switzerland 56 56 0 0
13 Jakob Tischhauser   Switzerland 55 0 55 0
Billy Kidd  United States 55 0 15 40
15 Jean-Pierre Augert  France 49 24 20 5

Downhill[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Downhill World Cup 1968/69 the best 3 results count. Karl Schranz won the cup with maximum points.

Place Name Country Total Points 4Switzerland 6Austria 8France 10Austria 13Italy 14Italy
1 Karl Schranz  Austria 75 25 25 25
2 Heinrich Messner  Austria 60 20 20 20 (3)
Henri Duvillard  France 60 15 25 (6) (6) 20
4 Jean-Daniel Dätwyler  France 56 11 20 (11) (11) (2) 25
5 Josef Minsch   Switzerland 44 8 (3) (4) 25 11
6 Karl Cordin  Austria 41 15 15 11 (8)
7 Rudi Sailer  Austria 31 (6) 8 8 15
8 Jean-Pierre Augert  France 24 4 20
9 Alfred Matt  Austria 19 2 15 2
10 Peter Rohr   Switzerland 17 15 2

Giant Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1968/69 the best 3 results count. Four racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total Points 1France 3Switzerland 11Sweden 15Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 18United States 19Canada 21United States
1 Karl Schranz  Austria 70 25 (15) (6) (11) 25 20
2 Reinhard Tritscher  Austria 61 11 25 25 (3)
3 Jean-Noël Augert  France 58 25 25 8
4 Jakob Tischhauser   Switzerland 55 (4) 20 20 15 (15)
5 Dumeng Giovanoli   Switzerland 48 3 20 25
6 Alain Penz  France 32 6 15 (3) (4) 11
7 Bernard Orcel  France 26 20 6
Heinrich Messner  Austria 26 15 11
9 Henri Duvillard  France 22 15 6 1
10 Jean-Pierre Augert  France 20 20
Alfred Matt  Austria 20 20

Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Slalom World Cup 1968/69 the best 3 results count. The one and only World Cup ever shared by more than two racers. Three French athletes tied with one Austrian.

Place Name Country Total Points 2Germany 5Switzerland 7Austria 9France 12Sweden 16Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 17United States 20Canada 22United States
1 Patrick Russel  France 65 15 25 25 (15) (11) (15)
Alfred Matt  Austria 65 25 (11) (1) 15 25
Alain Penz  France 65 (6) (8) 25 20 20
Jean-Noël Augert  France 65 (6) 20 20 25
5 Herbert Huber  Austria 60 (3) 20 20 (11) (15) (8) (4) 20
6 Reinhard Tritscher  Austria 47 11 25 11 (11) (3)
7 Spider Sabich  United States 43 20 (4) 15 (3) (1) 8
8 Billy Kidd  United States 40 25 15
9 Karl Schranz  Austria 37 20 6 11 (4)
10 Edmund Bruggmann   Switzerland 32 1 25 6

Team[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Giant Slalom Racers Wins
1  Austria 776 244 244 288 11 10
2  France 580 114 193 273 10 7
3   Switzerland 445 172 146 127 11 4
4  United States 157 3 33 121 5 1
5  Italy 46 3 32 11 6 0
6  West Germany 25 17 8 0 3 0
7  Sweden 22 0 8 14 3 0
8  Canada 14 13 0 1 3 0
9  Poland 12 0 2 10 1 0
 Norway 12 0 0 12 2 0
11  Spain 6 0 0 6 1 0

Women's results[edit]

Overall[edit]

In Women's Overall World Cup 1968/69 the best three downhills, best three giant slaloms and best three slaloms count. 15 racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Giant Slalom
1 Gertrude Gabl  Austria 131 3 53 75
2 Florence Steurer  France 112 20 51 41
3 Wiltrud Drexel  Austria 111 65 34 12
4 Kiki Cutter  United States 107 0 37 70
5 Ingrid Lafforgue  France 103 6 32 65
6 Annie Famose  France 101 35 15 51
7 Rosi Mittermaier  West Germany 98 20 27 51
8 Michèle Jacot  France 92 19 56 17
9 Isabelle Mir  France 86 60 17 9
10 Judy Nagel  United States 85 3 22 60
11 Bernadette Rauter  Austria 82 0 41 41
12 Marilyn Cochran  United States 76 1 60 15
13 Olga Pall  Austria 61 36 23 2
14 Karen Budge  United States 40 9 31 0
15 Françoise Macchi  France 38 8 30 0

Downhill[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Downhill World Cup 1968/69 the best 3 results count. Three racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total Points 5Switzerland 6Austria 9France 10Austria
1 Wiltrud Drexel  Austria 65 25 25 (3) 15
2 Isabelle Mir  France 60 15 (11) 25 20
3 Olga Pall  Austria 36 11 25
4 Annie Famose  France 35 15 20
5 Rosi Mittermaier  West Germany 20 20
Florence Steurer  France 20 20
Annemarie Pröll  Austria 20 20
8 Michèle Jacot  France 19 11 4 4 (3)
9 Giustina Demetz  Italy 14 3 11
10 Erica Skinger  United States 10 2 8
Annerösli Zryd   Switzerland 10 6 4

Giant Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1968/69 the best 3 results counted. Eight racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Marilyn Cochran won the cup without a win, but was runner-up in the final five races.

Place Name Country Total Points 1France 2Germany 12Italy 14Czechoslovakia 16United States 17Canada 19United States
1 Marilyn Cochran  United States 60 (1) 20 20 20 (20) (20)
2 Michèle Jacot  France 56 25 6 25 (2)
3 Gertrude Gabl  Austria 53 20 25 8 (6)
4 Florence Steurer  France 51 15 25 (4) 11
5 Bernadette Rauter  Austria 41 1 15 25
6 Kiki Cutter  United States 37 25 6 6 (4)
7 Wiltrud Drexel  Austria 34 (3) 8 11 15 (8)
8 Ingrid Lafforgue  France 32 11 15 (4) 6
9 Karen Budge  United States 31 8 3 20
10 Françoise Macchi  France 30 25 4 1

Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Slalom World Cup 1968/69 the best 3 results count. 11 racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Gertrude Gabl won the cup with maximum points.

Place Name Country Total Points 3Germany 4Switzerland 7Austria 8France 11Italy 13Czechoslovakia 15United States 18Canada 20United States
1 Gertrude Gabl  Austria 75 25 25 (20) (2) 25
2 Kiki Cutter  United States 70 (4) (15) (15) (4) 20 25 25
3 Ingrid Lafforgue  France 65 (2) (1) (3) 25 (8) (15) 20 20 (11)
4 Judy Nagel  United States 60 20 (11) 15 25 (15) (15)
5 Annie Famose  France 51 11 20 (11) 20
Rosi Mittermaier  West Germany 51 6 25 (6) 20
7 Florence Steurer  France 41 (3) (4) (3) 15 11 15 (6)
Bernadette Rauter  Austria 41 8 25 8
9 Cathy Nagel  United States 37 6 11 20
10 Barbara Ann Cochran  United States 27 8 8 (3) 11 (3)

Team[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Giant Slalom Racers Wins
1  France 637 162 213 262 8 6
2  United States 521 23 198 300 9 4
3  Austria 515 142 192 181 9 9
4  West Germany 113 20 35 58 3 1
5   Switzerland 49 10 20 19 2 0
6  United Kingdom 32 0 15 17 2 0
7  Italy 29 14 4 11 4 0
8  Canada 25 15 2 8 2 0

Nationscup[edit]

Place Country Total Points Men Women
1  Austria 1291 776 515
2  France 1217 580 637
3  United States 678 157 521
4   Switzerland 494 445 49
5  West Germany 138 25 113
6  Italy 75 46 29
7  Canada 39 14 25
8  United Kingdom 32 0 32
9  Sweden 22 22 0
10  Poland 12 12 0
 Norway 12 12 0
12  Spain 6 6 0

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