1977 Alpine Skiing World Cup

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Alpine Ski World Cup 1977
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod
Downhill Austria Franz Klammer Austria Brigitte Totschnig
Giant slalom Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod
Slalom Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod
Nations Cup Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 18 17
Individual 33 27
← 1976 1978 →

The 11th World Cup season began in December 1976 in France and concluded in March 1977 in Spain. Ingemar Stenmark of Sweden won his second of three consecutive men's overall titles. Rosi Mittermaier, the defending women's overall champion, retired after the 1976 season, but Annemarie Moser-Pröll, who had won the previous five overall titles, returned from her 1976 sabbatical. However, Lise-Marie Morerod of Switzerland won the women's overall title.

No individual championship was awarded in the Combined discipline, even though both men and women held three combined events, the same as the prior year. The combined discipline championship would not return until 1980.

Men[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Giant Val d'Isère France December 10, 1976
2 Giant Val d'Isère France December 12, 1976
3 Downhill Val Gardena Italy December 17, 1976
4 Downhill Val Gardena Italy December 18, 1976
5 Slalom Madonna di Campiglio Italy December 19, 1976
6 Giant Ebnat-Kappel Switzerland January 2, 1977
7 Slalom Laax Switzerland January 3, 1977
8 Downhill Garmisch-Partenkirchen West Germany January 8, 1977
9 Giant Garmisch-Partenkirchen West Germany January 9, 1977
10 Slalom Berchtesgaden West Germany January 10, 1977
11 Downhill Kitzbühel Austria January 15, 1977
12 Slalom Kitzbühel Austria January 16, 1977
13 Combined Race 11 and 12
14 Downhill Wengen Switzerland January 22, 1977
15 Slalom Wengen Switzerland January 23, 1977
16 Combined Race 14 and 15
17 Giant Adelboden Switzerland January 24, 1977
18 Downhill Morzine France January 30, 1977
19 Downhill Morzine France January 31, 1977
20 Slalom St. Anton Austria February 6, 1977
21 Downhill Laax Switzerland February 18, 1977
22 Combined Race 20 and 21
23 Giant Furano Japan February 25, 1977
24 Slalom Furano Japan February 27, 1977
25 Slalom Sun Valley, Idaho United States March 5, 1977
26 Giant Sun Valley, Idaho United States March 6, 1977
27 Downhill Heavenly Valley, California United States March 12, 1977
28 Downhill Heavenly Valley, California United States March 13, 1977
29 Giant Voss Norway March 17, 1977
30 Slalom Voss Norway March 18, 1977
31 Slalom Åre Sweden March 20, 1977
32 Giant Åre Sweden March 21, 1977
33 Giant Sierra Nevada Spain March 25, 1977

Overall[edit]

The Men's Overall World Cup 1976/77 was most likely also diverded into two periods. But no racer had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total Points Downhill Giant Slalom Combined
1 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 339 0 124 215 0
2 Klaus Heidegger  Austria 250 0 129 121 0
3 Franz Klammer  Austria 203 180 0 0 23
4 Piero Gros  Italy 165 0 76 89 0
5 Bernhard Russi   Switzerland 148 148 0 0 0
6 Gustav Thöni  Italy 145 0 29 71 45
7 Heini Hemmi   Switzerland 133 0 130 3 0
8 Josef Walcher  Austria 115 115 0 0 0
9 Phil Mahre  United States 100 0 75 27 0
10 Paul Frommelt  Liechtenstein 99 0 4 95 0
11 Sepp Ferstl  West Germany 97 46 0 0 51
12 Franco Bieler  Italy 92 0 26 66 0
13 Walter Tresch  Italy 89 15 0 29 45
14 Hansi Hinterseer  Austria 82 0 53 29 0
15 Christian Hemmi   Switzerland 69 0 68 1 0

Downhill[edit]

In Men's Downhill World Cup 1976/77 the best 5 results count. Six racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Franz Klammer won 5 races in a row and won the cup with maximum points. Together with the last 4 downhill races last season 1975/76, he won 9 downhill races in a row!! Franz Klammer won his third Downhill World Cup in a row! Austrian skiers won 9 races out of 10.

Place Name Country Total Points 3 4 8 11 14 18 19 21 27 28
1 Franz Klammer  Austria 125 25 25 25 25 25 (11) (11) (25) (8) -
2 Josef Walcher  Austria 101 - 20 (8) - 11 20 25 - 25 (6)
3 Bernhard Russi   Switzerland 85 (11) 15 (11) 15 15 25 15 (15) (15) (11)
4 Ernst Winkler  Austria 64 - - 20 8 - 15 1 (1) (1) 20
5 Herbert Plank  Italy 56 20 4 - 4 - 8 20 - - -
6 Sepp Ferstl  West Germany 46 - - - 3 20 3 - 20 - -
7 Werner Grissmann  Austria 45 (3) 11 - - 4 - - 6 20 4
8 Peter Wirnsberger  Austria 35 4 (1) 15 6 2 - 8 - - (1)
René Berthod   Switzerland 35 - - - 20 4 - 6 3 - 2
10 Peter Fischer  West Germany 34 - - - - 6 - - 2 11 15
11 Bartl Gensbichler  Austria 29 - - 2 - - - - - 2 25

Giant Slalom[edit]

In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1976/77 the best 5 results count. Seven racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Reigning Olympic Champion Heini Hemmi and Ingemar Stenmark scored the same amount of retained points (115). According to the FIS website both are considered Giant Slalom World Cup champions. Thus, Ingemar Stenmark won his third third Giant Slalom World Cup in a row.

Place Name Country Total Points 1 2 6 9 17 23 26 29 32 33
1 Heini Hemmi   Switzerland 115 - 25 25 20 25 - (15) - - 20
1 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 115 20 (6) (3) - 20 - 25 - 25 25
3 Klaus Heidegger  Austria 100 15 (8) (11) 25 15 (8) - 25 20 (2)
4 Phil Mahre  United States 72 25 15 - 11 - - (3) 15 - 6
5 Piero Gros  Italy 70 11 20 8 (2) (3) - 11 20 (1) -
6 Christian Hemmi   Switzerland 65 2 - 20 (1) 8 - 20 - (2) 15
7 Hansi Hinterseer  Austria 53 6 - 6 8 - 25 - 8 - -
8 Willi Frommelt  Liechtenstein 40 4 2 - 15 - 11 (2) 8 - (1)
9 Manfred Brunner  Austria 32 - - - - - 20 - 4 4 4
10 Gustav Thöni  Italy 29 - 3 15 - - 3 - - 8 -

Slalom[edit]

In Men's Slalom World Cup 1976/77 the best 5 results count. Nine racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Ingemar Stenmark won five races in a row and won the cup with maximum points. He won seven races out of ten and won his third Slalom World Cup in a row!

Place Name Country Total Points 5 7 10 12 15 20 24 25 30 31
1 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 125 - 25 25 25 25 25 (20) (20) (25) (25)
2 Klaus Heidegger  Austria 91 11 - 20 (11) 15 20 25 - (11) (8)
3 Paul Frommelt  Liechtenstein 77 (2) 20 (8) (6) 20 15 (2) 11 - 11
4 Piero Gros  Italy 76 20 (3) (6) 20 - 8 (4) - 20 8
5 Gustav Thöni  Italy 63 15 11 - (8) 11 - 11 - - 15
6 Franco Bieler  Italy 58 (4) (4) - 15 - 11 - 6 6 20
7 Fausto Radici  Italy 53 25 8 4 (4) 8 - 8 (1) - -
8 Christian Neureuther  West Germany 30 - - 3 - 2 6 - 4 15 (2)
9 Walter Tresch   Switzerland 29 - 15 - - 6 - - - 8 -
10 Hansi Hinterseer  Austria 28 6 1 11 2 - (1) - 8 - -
11 Alois Morgenstern  Austria 27 8 - 15 3 1 - - - - -
12 Phil Mahre  United States 25 - - - - - - - 25 - -

Combined[edit]

After the first ever Combined World Cup 1975/76, in this season 1976/77 there were no special discipline world cup for Combined awarded. All three results only count for the Overall World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points 13 16 22
1 Sepp Ferstl  West Germany 51 11 15 25
2 Walter Tresch   Switzerland 45 20 25 -
Gustav Thöni  Italy 45 25 20 -
4 Franz Klammer  Austria 23 8 - 15
5 Peter Lüscher   Switzerland 20 - - 20
6 Hans Enn  Austria 19 - 11 8
7 Leonhard Stock  Austria 16 4 8 4
8 Anton Steiner  Austria 15 15 - -
Michael Veith  West Germany 15 - 4 11
Peter Müller   Switzerland 15 3 6 6

Team[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Giant Slalom Combined Racers Wins
1  Austria 1001 533 218 177 73 14 13
2   Switzerland 602 237 251 34 80 12 5
3  Italy 567 58 149 313 47 8 2
4  Sweden 364 0 142 222 0 3 10
5  West Germany 200 97 0 32 71 4 1
6  Liechtenstein 193 0 74 113 6 3 0
7  United States 144 6 94 40 4 6 2
8  Czechoslovakia 24 0 20 4 0 2 0
9  Norway 21 19 0 2 0 2 0
10  Yugoslavia 15 0 3 12 0 1 0
11  Japan 4 0 0 4 0 1 0
12  Canada 4 0 0 0 4 2 0
13  Australia 3 3 0 0 0 1 0
14  Bulgaria 1 0 0 1 0 1 0
 France 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

Women[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Race No Discipline Place Country Date
1 Giant Val d'Isère France December 9, 1976
2 Giant Courmayeur Italy December 11, 1976
3 Downhill Cortina d'Ampezzo Italy December 15, 1976
4 Slalom Cortina d'Ampezzo Italy December 16, 1976
5 Combined Race 4 and 5
6 Downhill Zell am See Austria December 20, 1976
7 Downhill Zell am See Austria December 21, 1976
8 Slalom Oberstaufen West Germany January 3, 1977
9 Downhill Pfronten West Germany January 8, 1977
10 Downhill Garmisch-Partenkirchen West Germany January 11, 1977
11 Downhill Schruns Austria January 18, 1977
12 Slalom Schruns Austria January 19, 1977
13 Combined Race 11 and 12
14 Giant Arosa Switzerland January 20, 1977
15 Downhill Crans Montana Switzerland January 25, 1977
16 Slalom Crans Montana Switzerland January 26, 1977
17 Combined Race 15 and 16
18 Slalom St. Gervais France January 28, 1977
19 Giant Megève France January 29, 1977
20 Slalom Maribor Yugoslavia February 1, 1977
21 Giant Maribor Yugoslavia February 2, 1977
22 Slalom Furano Japan February 26, 1977
23 Giant Furano Japan February 27, 1977
24 Slalom Sun Valley, Idaho United States March 5, 1977
25 Giant Sun Valley, Idaho United States March 6, 1977
26 Downhill Heavenly Valley, California United States March 12, 1977
27 Giant Sierra Nevada Spain March 24, 1977

Overall[edit]

The Women's Overall World Cup 1976/77 was divided into two periods. From the first 16 races the best 8 results count and from the last 11 races the best 7 results count. Six racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total Points
1 Lise-Marie Morerod   Switzerland 319
2 Annemarie Moser-Pröll  Austria 246
3 Monika Kaserer  Austria 196
4 Brigitte Totschnig  Austria 186
5 Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 150
6 Marie-Theres Nadig   Switzerland 133
7 Perrine Pelen  France 132
8 Claudia Giordani  Italy 121
9 Fabienne Serrat  France 85
10 Bernadette Zurbriggen   Switzerland 78
11 Evi Mittermaier  West Germany 77
12 Regina Sackl  Austria 74
13 Kathy Kreiner  Canada 65
14 Nicola Spieß  Austria 61
15 Lea Sölkner  Austria 59

Downhill[edit]

In Women's Downhill World Cup 1976/77 the best 5 results count. Seven racers had point a deduction, which are given in (). Austrian skiers won 7 races out of 8.

Place Name Country Total Points 3 6 7 9 10 11 15 26
1 Brigitte Totschnig  Austria 115 15 25 25 (11) (6) (11) 25 25
2 Annemarie Moser-Pröll  Austria 110 25 20 - 25 25 - 15 (8)
3 Marie-Theres Nadig   Switzerland 81 (2) (2) 20 20 15 15 11 (11)
4 Evi Mittermaier  West Germany 74 6 - (3) - 8 20 20 20
5 Bernadette Zurbriggen   Switzerland 63 - - 6 8 20 25 4 -
6 Nicola Spieß  Austria 60 11 15 20 6 (1) 8 - -
7 Irene Epple  West Germany 43 3 (1) (2) 15 11 6 8 -
8 Elena Matous  Iran 33 20 8 4 - - 1 - -
9 Brigitte Schroll  Austria 26 4 11 8 - 3 - - -
10 Cindy Nelson  United States 22 8 3 11 - - - - -

Giant Slalom[edit]

In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1976/77 the best 5 results count. Five racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Lise-Marie Morerod won 5 races and won the cup with maximum points.

Place Name Country Total Points 1 2 14 19 21 23 25 27
1 Lise-Marie Morerod   Switzerland 125 25 - 25 (20) 25 (20) 25 25
2 Monika Kaserer  Austria 93 (4) - 15 25 20 25 8 -
3 Annemarie Moser-Pröll  Austria 60 15 4 (1) 15 - 15 (3) 11
4 Kathy Kreiner  Canada 59 8 8 20 - - 3 20 (3)
5 Abbi Fisher  United States 39 20 - - 4 - - 15 -
Brigitte Totschnig  Austria 39 - 25 - 1 - 2 11 -
7 Lea Sölkner  Austria 36 2 20 - 2 11 - 1 (1)
8 Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 31 - 15 - - 8 8 - -
Becky Dorsey  United States 31 1 - 8 3 - 11 - 8
Fabienne Serrat  France 31 - - 4 6 15 - - 6

Slalom[edit]

In Women's Slalom World Cup 1976/77 the best 5 results count. Five racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total Points 4 8 12 16 18 20 22 24
1 Lise-Marie Morerod   Switzerland 106 25 25 25 20 - - - 11
2 Perrine Pelen  France 98 (3) - 8 25 25 15 (4) 25
3 Claudia Giordani  Italy 86 15 - (2) 11 (8) 25 15 20
4 Monika Kaserer  Austria 65 4 11 (3) (4) 15 20 - 15
5 Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 57 20 20 11 3 - - 3 -
6 Regina Sackl  Austria 56 11 8 4 - - 8 25 -
7 Fabienne Serrat  France 49 - 4 20 15 4 6 - (2)
8 Patricia Emonet  France 41 - 15 - 6 20 - - -
9 Pamela Behr  Austria 40 - - 15 8 11 - 6 -
10 Christa Zechmeister  West Germany 30 - 6 6 (2) 3 11 - 4

Combined[edit]

After the first ever Combined World Cup 1975/76, in this season 1976/77 there were no special discipline world cup for Combined awarded. All three results only count for the Overall World Cup.

Place Name Country Total Points 5 13 17
1 Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 55 15 25 15
2 Lise-Marie Morerod   Switzerland 48 20 20 8
3 Annemarie Moser-Pröll  Austria 45 25 - 20
4 Marie-Theres Nadig   Switzerland 36 - 11 25
5 Monika Kaserer  Austria 32 6 15 11
6 Cindy Nelson  United States 11 11 - -
7 Claudia Giordani  Italy 10 8 2 -
8 Christa Zechmeister  West Germany 8 - 8 -
Danièle Debernard  France 8 4 4 -
Lea Sölkner  Austria 8 - 6 2

Team[edit]

Place Country Total Points Downhill Giant Slalom Combined Racers Wins
1  Austria 972 378 281 218 95 11 12
2   Switzerland 551 178 179 106 88 5 10
3  France 310 1 72 220 17 5 3
4  West Germany 181 123 6 43 9 7 0
5  Liechtenstein 177 19 46 57 55 2 1
6  United States 156 31 93 21 11 8 0
7  Italy 121 0 15 96 10 1 1
8  Canada 65 3 62 0 0 1 0
9  Iran 39 33 6 0 0 1 0

Nationscup[edit]

Place Country Total Points Men Women
1  Austria 1973 1001 972
2   Switzerland 1153 602 551
3  Italy 688 567 121
4  West Germany 381 200 181
5  Liechtenstein 370 193 177
6  Sweden 364 364 0
7  France 311 1 310
8  United States 300 144 156
9  Canada 69 4 65
10  Iran 39 0 39
11  Czechoslovakia 24 24 0
12  Norway 21 21 0
13  Yugoslavia 15 15 0
14  Japan 4 4 0
15  Australia 3 3 0
16  Bulgaria 1 1 0


Key[edit]

DH downhill
GS giant slalom
SL slalom
K traditional combined

Men[edit]

[1]

Race Date Venue Event Winner Second Third
1 5 Dec 1975 Val d'Isère, France GS Italy Gustav Thöni Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Italy Piero Gros
2 7 Dec 1975 DH Canada Ken Read Italy Herbert Plank Switzerland Bernhard Russi
3 12 Dec 1975 Madonna di Campiglio, Italy DH Austria Franz Klammer Switzerland Philippe Roux Norway Erik Håker
4 14 Dec 1975 GS Switzerland Engelhard Pargatzi Switzerland Ernst Good Italy Piero Gros
5 15 Dec 1975 Vipiteno, Italy SL Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Austria Hansi Hinterseer Italy Piero Gros
6 20 Dec 1975 Schladming, Austria DH Canada Dave Irwin Austria Klaus Eberhard Italy Herbert Plank
7 21 Dec 1975 SL Austria Hansi Hinterseer Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Italy Piero Gros
8 5 Jan 1976 Garmisch, West Germany SL Italy Fausto Radici Italy Piero Gros Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
9 9 Jan 1976 K Switzerland Walter Tresch Italy Piero Gros Italy Gustav Thöni
10 9 Jan 1976 Wengen, Switzerland DH Italy Herbert Plank Austria Franz Klammer Switzerland Bernhard Russi
11 10 Jan 1976 DH Austria Franz Klammer Switzerland Philippe Roux Canada Jim Hunter
12 11 Jan 1976 SL Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Italy Piero Gros West Germany Christian Neureuther
13 11 Jan 1976 K Austria Franz Klammer Italy Gustav Thöni Switzerland Walter Tresch
14 12 Jan 1976 Adelboden, Switzerland GS Italy Gustav Thöni Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Switzerland Engelhard Pargatzi
15 17 Jan 1976 Morzine, France DH Austria Franz Klammer Switzerland Bernhard Russi Austria Anton Steiner
16 18 Jan 1976 GS Italy Franco Bieler Italy Piero Gros Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
17 24 Jan 1976 Kitzbühel, Austria SL Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Italy Gustav Thöni Italy Piero Gros
18 25 Jan 1976 DH Austria Franz Klammer Norway Erik Håker Austria Josef Walcher
19 25 Jan 1976 K Switzerland Walter Tresch Canada Jim Hunter Italy Gustav Thöni
20 27 Jan 1976 Zwiesel, West Germany GS Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Italy Gustav Thöni Austria Hansi Hinterseer
1976 Winter Olympics   (5–14 February)
21 5 Mar 1976 Copper Mountain, USA GS United States Greg Jones United States Phil Mahre Switzerland Engelhard Pargatzi
22 7 Mar 1974 SL Sweden Ingemar Stenmark United States Phil Mahre Italy Gustav Thöni
23 12 Mar 1974 Aspen, USA DH Austria Franz Klammer Switzerland Rene Berthod Austria Ernst Winkler
24 14 Mar 1974 SL Sweden Ingemar Stenmark United States Phil Mahre Italy Gustav Thöni
25 18 Mar 1974 Mt. St. Anne, Canada GS Switzerland Heini Hemmi Italy Piero Gros Switzerland Ernst Good

Women[edit]

[2]

Race Date Venue Event Winner Second Third
1 9 Dec 1976 Val d'Isère, France GS Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod United States Abbi Fisher Australia Annemarie Moser-Pröll
2 11 Dec 1976 Courmayeur, Italy GS Austria Brigitte Totschnig Austria Lea Solkner Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel
3 15 Dec 1976 Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy DH Austria Annemarie Moser-Pröll Luxembourg Elena Matous Austria Brigitte Totschnig
4 16 Dec 1976 SL Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel Italy Claudia Giordani
5 16 Dec 1976 K Austria Annemarie Moser-Pröll Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel
8 20 Dec 1976 Meiringen, Switzerland DH Austria Brigitte Totschnig Austria Nicola Spieß Austria Irmgard Lukasser
9 8 Jan 1976 DH Switzerland Bernadette Zurbriggen Austria Irmgard Lukasser Austria Nicola Spieß
10 9 Jan 1976 GS Austria Monika Kaserer France Danièle Debernard Austria Marie-Theres Nadig
11 9 Jan 1976 K United States Cindy Nelson West Germany Rosi Mittermaier Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel
12 12 Jan 1976 Les Diablerets, Switzerland SL Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod West Germany Rosi Mittermaier France Patricia Emonet
13 14 Jan 1976 Les Gets, France SL West Germany Danièle Debernard West Germany Monika Berwein France Patricia Emonet
14 15 Jan 1976 GS Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod West Germany Rosi Mittermaier Austria Monika Kaserer
15 17 Jan 1976 Berchtesgaden, West Germany SL West Germany Christa Zechmeister West Germany Danièle Debernard Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel
16 18 Jan 1976 GS France Danièle Debernard Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod Austria Monika Kaserer
17 21 Jan 1976 Badgastein, Austria DH Switzerland Doris De Agostini Switzerland Marlies Oberholzer Austria Elfi Deufl
18 22 Jan 1976 SL West Germany Rosi Mittermaier Italy Claudia Giordani United States Cindy Nelson
19 22 Jan 1976 K Switzerland Bernadette Zurbriggen Austria Monika Kaserer United States Betsy Clifford
20 25 Jan 1976 Kranjska Gora, Yugoslavia GS Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod West Germany Rosi Mittermaier Switzerland Bernadette Zurbriggen
21 26 Jan 1976 SL Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod West Germany Rosi Mittermaier Austria Regina Sackl
1976 Winter Olympics   (5–14 February)
22 5 Mar 1976 Copper Mountain, USA GS West Germany Rosi Mittermaier United States Cindy Nelson Switzerland Bernadette Zurbriggen
23 6 Mar 1976 SL West Germany Rosi Mittermaier Austria Monika Kaserer Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod
24 12 Mar 1976 Aspen, USA DH Austria Brigitte Totschnig France Danièle Debernard West Germany Rosi Mittermaier
25 13 Mar 1976 GS Switzerland Lise-Marie Morerod France Danièle Debernard Austria Monika Kaserer
26 19 Mar 1976 Mt. St. Anne, Canada GS Austria Monika Kaserer France Fabienne Serrat Canada Kathy Kreiner

References[edit]

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