1970–71 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 1970/71
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Italy Gustav Thöni Austria Annemarie Pröll
Downhill Switzerland Bernhard Russi Austria Annemarie Pröll
Giant slalom France Patrick Russel
Italy Gustav Thöni
Austria Annemarie Pröll
Slalom France Jean-Noël Augert France Britt Lafforgue
Canada Betsy Clifford
Nations Cup France France France France
Nations Cup overall France France
Competition
Locations 13 14
Individual 24 23

The 5th World Cup season began in December 1970 in Italy and concluded in March 1971 in Sweden. Gustav Thöni of Italy won the first of his three consecutive overall titles. Annemarie Pröll of Austria won the women's overall title, her first of five consecutive.

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom[1]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
88 1 13 December 1970   Italy Sestriere DH 023  France Henri Duvillard France Bernard Orcel Austria Karl Schranz
89 2 17 December 1970   France Val d'Isère GS 031  France Patrick Russel France Jean-Noël Augert Italy Gustav Thöni
90 3 20 December 1970   DH 024  Austria Karl Cordin France Bernard Orcel Austria Karl Schranz
91 4 5 January 1971   West Germany Berchtesgaden GS 032  Switzerland Edmund Bruggmann France Patrick Russel Austria David Zwilling
92 5 6 January 1971   SL 036  France Jean-Noël Augert Austria Heinrich Messner West Germany Max Rieger
93 6 9 January 1971   Italy Madonna di Campiglio GS 033  France Henri Duvillard France Patrick Russel Italy Gustav Thöni
94 7 10 January 1971   SL 037  Italy Gustav Thöni France Jean-Noël Augert France Patrick Russel
95 8 16 January 1971   Switzerland St. Moritz DH 025  Switzerland Walter Tresch Switzerland Bernhard Russi Switzerland Andreas Sprecher
96 9 17 January 1971   SL 038  United States Tyler Palmer Austria Harald Rofner Italy Gustav Thöni
97 10 18 January 1971   Switzerland Adelboden GS 034  France Patrick Russel Italy Gustav Thöni France Henri Duvillard
98 11 24 January 1971   Austria Kitzbühel SL 039  France Jean-Noël Augert France Alain Penz Austria Harald Rofner
99 12 29 January 1971   France Megève DH 026  France Jean-Daniel Dätwyler France Bernard Orcel Switzerland Walter Tresch
100 13 30 January 1971   SL 040  France Jean-Noël Augert Italy Gustav Thöni West Germany Christian Neureuther
101 14 31 January 1971   DH 027  Switzerland Bernhard Russi West Germany Franz Vogler Switzerland Michael Dätwyler
102 15 7 February 1971   Switzerland Mürren SL 041  France Jean-Noël Augert United States Tyler Palmer France Patrick Russel
103 16 13 February 1971   Canada Mont St. Anne GS 035  Switzerland Bernhard Russi Switzerland Edmund Bruggmann Austria Werner Bleiner
104 17 14 February 1971   SL 042  France Patrick Russel Italy Gustav Thöni France Alain Penz
105 18 18 February 1971   United States Sugarloaf DH 028  Switzerland Bernhard Russi France Henri Duvillard Italy Stefano Anzi
106 19 19 February 1971   DH 029  Italy Stefano Anzi Austria Karl Cordin Italy Gustav Thöni
107 20 21 February 1971   GS 036  Italy Gustav Thöni Switzerland Edmund Bruggmann France Henri Duvillard
108 21 25 February 1971   United States Heavenly Valley SL 043  Italy Gustav Thöni West Germany Christian Neureuther United States Tyler Palmer
109 22 27 February 1971   GS 037  Italy Gustav Thöni France Henri Duvillard West Germany Sepp Heckelmiller
110 23 13 March 1971   Sweden Åre GS 038  Austria David Zwilling West Germany Sepp Heckelmiller France Patrick Russel
111 24 14 March 1971   SL 044  France Jean-Noël Augert Italy Gustav Thöni Switzerland Edmund Bruggmann

Ladies[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
87 1 12 December 1970   Italy Bardonecchia DH 020  France Françoise Macchi Austria Annemarie Pröll France Isabelle Mir
88 2 16 December 1970   France Val d'Isère SL 039  Canada Betsy Clifford France Florence Steurer Austria Wiltrud Drexel
89 3 19 December 1970   DH 021  France Isabelle Mir Austria Wiltrud Drexel France Michèle Jacot
90 4 4 January 1971   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Maribor SL 040  Austria Annemarie Pröll Austria Bernadette Rauter United States Barbara Ann Cochran
91 5 5 January 1971   GS 030  France Françoise Macchi Austria Gertrude Gabl Austria Annemarie Pröll
92 6 8 January 1971   West Germany Oberstaufen GS 031  France Michèle Jacot France Britt Lafforgue France Jocelyn Périllat
93 7 9 January 1971   SL 041  France Michèle Jacot Austria Gertrude Gabl France Jocelyn Périllat
94 8 14 January 1971   Switzerland Grindelwald SL 042  France Britt Lafforgue France Michèle Jacot France Danièle Debernard
95 9 20 January 1971   Austria Schruns DH 022  France Michèle Jacot France Françoise Macchi Austria Wiltrud Drexel
96 10 21 January 1971   SL 043  Canada Betsy Clifford France Britt Lafforgue Austria Wiltrud Drexel
97 11 28 January 1971   France Pra-Loup DH 023  Austria Wiltrud Drexel Austria Annemarie Pröll France Jacqueline Rouvier
98 12 29 January 1971   France St. Gervais SL 044  Austria Annemarie Pröll United States Barbara Ann Cochran West Germany Rosi Mittermaier
99 13 4 February 1971   Switzerland Mürren SL 045  France Britt Lafforgue France Florence Steurer France Danièle Debernard
100 14 12 February 1971   Canada Mont St. Anne GS 032  France Isabelle Mir France Jacqueline Rouvier France Françoise Macchi
101 15 13 February 1971   SL 046  United States Marilyn Cochran United States Barbara Ann Cochran Austria Wiltrud Drexel
102 16 18 February 1971   United States Sugarloaf DH 024  Austria Annemarie Pröll France Jacqueline Rouvier France Isabelle Mir
103 17 19 February 1971   DH 025  Austria Annemarie Pröll France Jacqueline Rouvier France Annie Famose
104 18 20 February 1971   GS 033  France Michèle Jacot Austria Annemarie Pröll West Germany Rosi Mittermaier
105 19 24 February 1971   United States Heavenly Valley SL 047  United States Barbara Ann Cochran Canada Betsy Clifford Austria Annemarie Pröll
106 20 26 February 1971   GS 034  United States Barbara Ann Cochran United States Karen Budge France Isabelle Mir
107 21 10 March 1971   Italy Abetone GS 035  Austria Annemarie Pröll France Michèle Jacot France Françoise Macchi
108 22 11 March 1971   GS 036  Austria Annemarie Pröll France Françoise Macchi Austria Gertrude Gabl
109 23 13 March 1971   Sweden Åre GS 037  Austria Annemarie Pröll United States Marilyn Cochran Austria Gertrude Gabl

Men[edit]

Overall[edit]

In Men's Overall World Cup 1970/71 the best three downhills, best three giant slaloms and best three slaloms count. 22 racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total DH GS SL
1 Gustav Thöni  Italy 155 15 70 70
2 Henri Duvillard  France 135 53 60 22
3 Patrick Russel  France 125 0 70 55
4 Jean-Noël Augert  France 107 0 32 75
5 Bernhard Russi   Switzerland 95 70 25 0
6 Edmund Bruggmann   Switzerland 94 0 65 29
7 David Zwilling  Austria 86 2 51 33
8 Christian Neureuther  West Germany 66 0 25 41
9 Bernard Orcel  France 63 60 0 3
10 Tyler Palmer  United States 60 0 0 60
11 Karl Schranz  Austria 57 38 19 0
12 Karl Cordin  Austria 56 56 0 0
13 Walter Tresch   Switzerland 52 46 0 6
14 Harald Rofner  Austria 51 0 5 46
Alain Penz  France 51 0 13 38

Downhill[edit]

In Men's Downhill World Cup 1970/71 the best 3 results count. Seven racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total 1Italy 3France 8Switzerland 12France 14France 18United States 19United States
1 Bernhard Russi   Switzerland 70 (11) (11) 20 (11) 25 25 (8)
2 Bernard Orcel  France 60 20 20 - 20 (11) (4) -
3 Karl Cordin  Austria 56 - 25 11 (6) - (6) 20
4 Henri Duvillard  France 53 25 8 (4) - (2) 20 (6)
5 Walter Tresch   Switzerland 46 6 - 25 15 - (3) -
6 Jean-Daniel Dätwyler   Switzerland 44 - (4) - 25 (6) 8 11
7 Stefano Anzi  Italy 40 - - - - - 15 25
8 Karl Schranz  Austria 38 15 15 - 8 (1) - (1)
9 Andreas Sprecher   Switzerland 25 8 - 15 - - 2 -
Franz Vogler  West Germany 25 3 - - - 20 - 2

Giant Slalom[edit]

In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1970/71 the best 3 results count. 12 racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total 2France 4West Germany 6Italy 10Switzerland 16Canada 20United States 22United States 23Sweden
1 Patrick Russel  France 70 25 20 (20) 25 - (8) - (15)
Gustav Thöni  Italy 70 (15) - (15) 20 (4) 25 25 (8)
3 Edmund Bruggmann   Switzerland 65 - 25 (8) - 20 20 - (3)
4 Henri Duvillard  France 60 (11) - 25 15 (8) (15) 20 -
5 David Zwilling  Austria 51 - 15 - (1) - 11 - 25
6 Sepp Heckelmiller  West Germany 46 (1) 11 - (8) - - 15 20
7 Jean-Noël Augert  France 32 20 6 - 6 - (3) - (1)
8 Bernhard Russi   Switzerland 25 - - - - 25 - - -
Werner Bleiner  Austria 25 4 - 6 (4) 15 - - -
Christian Neureuther  West Germany 25 - - 3 - - - 11 11

Slalom[edit]

In Men's Slalom World Cup 1970/71 the best 3 results count. 11 racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Jean-Noël Augert won five races and won the cup with maximum points

Place Name Country Total 5Germany 7Italy 9Switzerland 11Austria 13France 15Switzerland 17Canada 21United States 24Sweden
1 Jean-Noël Augert  France 75 25 (20) - 25 25 (25) - - (25)
2 Gustav Thöni  Italy 70 - 25 (15) - 20 - (20) 25 (20)
3 Tyler Palmer  United States 60 (11) - 25 - (4) 20 - 15 (4)
Patrick Russel  France 55 - 15 - - - 15 25 - -
5 Harald Rofner  Austria 46 - 11 20 15 - - - - -
6 Christian Neureuther  West Germany 41 - 6 (2) (4) 15 - - 20 -
7 Alain Penz  France 38 - 3 - 20 - - 15 - -
8 David Zwilling  Austria 33 - (1) 11 11 - - (4) 11 (11)
9 Edmund Bruggmann   Switzerland 29 (4) 8 6 - - - (6) (3) 15
10 Rick Chaffee  United States 28 - - (3) (1) 11 11 - 6 -

Ladies[edit]

Overall[edit]

In Women's Overall World Cup 1970/71 the best three downhills, best three giant slaloms and best three slaloms count. 18 racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total DH GS SL
1 Annemarie Pröll  Austria 210 70 75 65
2 Michèle Jacot  France 177 51 70 56
3 Isabelle Mir  France 133 55 48 30
4 Wiltrud Drexel  Austria 124 60 19 45
5 Françoise Macchi  France 122 56 60 6
6 Britt Lafforgue  France 112 0 42 70
7 Jacqueline Rouvier  France 101 55 42 4
8 Barbara Ann Cochran  United States 90 0 25 65
9 Gertrude Gabl  Austria 87 0 50 37
10 Betsy Clifford  Canada 76 0 6 70
11 Marilyn Cochran  United States 74 7 34 33
12 Bernadette Rauter  Austria 63 0 26 37
13 Florence Steurer  France 61 9 1 51
14 Rosi Mittermaier  West Germany 59 5 29 25
15 Annie Famose  France 45 29 2 10

Downhill[edit]

In Women's Downhill World Cup 1970/71 the best 3 results count. Eight racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total 1Italy 3France 9Austria 11France 16United States 17United States
1 Annemarie Pröll  Austria 70 20 (8) (11) (20) 25 25
2 Wiltrud Drexel  Austria 60 (4) 20 15 25 (11) -
3 Françoise Macchi  France 56 25 11 20 (6) - (8)
4 Isabelle Mir  France 55 15 25 (8) (8) 15 (11)
Jacqueline Rouvier  France 55 (3) (6) (3) 15 20 20
6 Michèle Jacot  France 51 (6) 15 25 11 (4) (4)
7 Annie Famose  France 29 - (2) 6 - 8 15
8 Divina Galica  United Kingdom 11 11 - - - - -
9 Florence Steurer  France 9 8 - 1 - - -
Margret Hafen  West Germany 9 - - 4 - 3 2

Giant Slalom[edit]

In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1970/71 the best 3 results count. 11 racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Annemarie Pröll won the cup with maximum points by winning the last three competitions.

Place Name Country Total 5Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 6West Germany 14Canada 18United States 20United States 21Italy 22Italy 23Sweden
1 Annemarie Pröll  Austria 75 (15) (4) (11) (20) - 25 25 25
2 Michèle Jacot  France 70 - 25 (1) 25 - 20 - -
3 Françoise Macchi  France 60 25 - 15 (1) - (15) 20 -
4 Gertrude Gabl  Austria 50 20 - (2) - - (4) 15 15
5 Isabelle Mir  France 48 - 8 25 - 15 (6) - -
6 Jacqueline Rouvier  France 42 (3) 11 20 11 - - - -
Britt Lafforgue  France 42 - 20 - (2) 11 11 (3) -
8 Marilyn Cochran  United States 34 - - 6 8 (6) - (6) 20
9 Rosi Mittermaier  West Germany 29 8 6 - 15 - - - -
10 Karen Budge  United States 28 - - 4 4 20 - - (3)
11 Bernadette Rauter  Austria 26 11 - - - 4 (2) (2) 11
12 Barbara Ann Cochran  United States 25 - - - - 25 - - -

Slalom[edit]

In Women's Slalom World Cup 1970/71 the best 3 results count. Ten racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total 2France 4Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 7Germany 8Switzerland 10Austria 12France 13Switzerland 15Canada 19United States
1 Britt Lafforgue  France 70 (11) (8) - 25 20 - 25 (8) -
Betsy Clifford  Canada 70 25 - - - 25 (8) - (3) 20
3 Barbara Ann Cochran  United States 65 (8) (15) - (11) - 20 - 20 25
Annemarie Pröll  Austria 65 - 25 - (3) - 25 (3) (11) 15
5 Michèle Jacot  France 56 - - 25 20 - 11 - - -
6 Florence Steurer  France 51 20 11 - (8) (3) - 20 (4) -
7 Wiltrud Drexel  Austria 45 15 - - - 15 - - 15 -
8 Gertrude Gabl  Austria 37 (1) 6 20 - 11 - - - -
Bernadette Rauter  Austria 37 6 20 - - (4) (6) - - 11
10 Danièle Debernard  France 33 - 3 - 15 - - 15 - -
Marilyn Cochran  United States 33 - - - 6 - - 2 25 -

Nations Cup[edit]

Overall[edit]

Place Country Total Men Ladies
1  France 1660 690 970
2  Austria 1076 400 676
3   Switzerland 475 467 8
4  United States 450 153 297
5  Italy 323 320 3
6  West Germany 259 188 71
7  Canada 112 0 112
8  Poland 43 43 0
9  Spain 42 15 27
10  United Kingdom 22 0 22
11  Australia 7 7 0
12  Norway 4 4 0

Men[edit]

Place Country Total DH GS SL Racers Wins
1  France 690 149 267 274 9 10
2   Switzerland 467 276 125 66 13 6
3  Austria 400 119 136 145 9 2
4  Italy 320 78 112 130 5 5
5  West Germany 188 25 86 77 5 0
6  United States 153 14 20 119 8 1
7  Poland 43 0 16 27 1 0
8  Spain 15 0 0 15 2 0
9  Australia 7 7 0 0 1 0
10  Norway 4 0 0 4 1 0

Ladies[edit]

Place Country Total DH GS SL Racers Wins
1  France 970 332 316 322 11 10
2  Austria 676 184 266 226 7 8
3  United States 297 22 122 153 7 3
4  Canada 112 4 7 101 2 2
5  West Germany 71 14 29 28 3 0
6  Spain 27 0 11 16 1 0
7  United Kingdom 22 11 4 7 2 0
8   Switzerland 8 3 5 0 2 0
9  Italy 3 0 0 3 1 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1971 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  2. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1971 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

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