1980–81 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 1980/81
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall United States Phil Mahre Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig
Downhill Austria Harti Weirather Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig
Giant slalom Sweden Ingemar Stenmark United States Tamara McKinney
Slalom Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Switzerland Erika Hess
Combined United States Phil Mahre Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig
Nations Cup Austria Austria Switzerland Switzerland
Nations Cup overall Switzerland Switzerland
Competition
Locations 20 18
Individual 36 33

The 15th World Cup season began in December 1980 in France and concluded in March 1981 in Switzerland. Phil Mahre became the first American to win an overall title, the first of his three consecutive overall titles. Marie-Theres Nadig of Switzerland won the women's overall title.

Six-time ladies overall champion Annemarie Moser-Pröll of Austria, who first competed on the World Cup tour in 1969 at age 16, and four-time mens overall champion Gustav Thöni of Italy, who first competed on the World Cup tour in 1970 at age 18, both retired at the end of the 1980 season. After winning the overall title this year, Nadig, who had joined the tour in 1971, also retired. In part to stop this exodus of talent, the International Ski Federation decided to offer a new kind of license to its athletes, called a "B license", which permitted holders to receive sponsorship payments directly (instead of through their federation) but still retain their World Cup eligibility.[1]

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, KB – Combined, PS – Parallel Slalom (Nations Cup ranking only)[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
345 1 7 December 1980   France Val d'Isère DH 103  Austria Uli Spieß Canada Ken Read Canada Steve Podborski
346 2 9 December 1980   Italy Madonna di Campiglio SL 116  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Liechtenstein Paul Frommelt Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bojan Križaj
347 3 10 December 1980   GS 110  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Soviet Union Aleksandr Zhirov Austria Gerhard Jäger
348 4 14 December 1980   Italy Val Gardena DH 104  Switzerland Peter Müller Austria Harti Weirather Canada Steve Podborski
349 5 9 December 1980  
14 December 1980  
Italy Madonna di Campiglio (SL)
Italy Val Gardena (DH)
KB 018  Switzerland Peter Müller Austria Leonhard Stock Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel
350 6 15 December 1980   Italy Val Gardena DH 105  Austria Harti Weirather Austria Uli Spieß Switzerland Peter Müller
351 7 21 December 1980   Switzerland St. Moritz DH 106  Canada Steve Podborski Austria Peter Wirnsberger Switzerland Peter Müller
352 8 4 January 1981   Switzerland Ebnat-Kappel GS 111  Austria Christian Orlainsky Austria Hans Enn Switzerland Jean-Luc Fournier
353 9 7 December 1980  
4 January 1981  
France Val d'Isère (DH)
Switzerland Ebnat-Kappel (GS)
KB 019  Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel Austria Hans Enn United States Phil Mahre
354 10 6 January 1981   France Morzine GS 112  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Switzerland Joël Gaspoz Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bojan Križaj
355 11 10 January 1981   West Germany Garmisch DH 107  Canada Steve Podborski Switzerland Peter Müller Austria Harti Weirather
356 12 6 January 1981  
10 January 1981  
France Morzine (GS)
West Germany Garmisch (DH)
KB 020  United States Phil Mahre Switzerland Peter Müller Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel
357 13 11 January 1981   West Germany Garmisch SL 117  United States Steve Mahre Bulgaria Petar Popangelov Liechtenstein Paul Frommelt
358 14 13 January 1981   West Germany Oberstaufen SL 118  Liechtenstein Paul Frommelt Sweden Ingemar Stenmark United States Steve Mahre
359 15 17 January 1981   Austria Kitzbühel DH 108  Canada Steve Podborski Switzerland Peter Müller Austria Peter Wirnsberger
360 16 13 January 1981  
17 January 1981  
West Germany Oberstaufen (SL)
Austria Kitzbühel (DH)
KB 021  United States Phil Mahre United States Steve Mahre Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
361 17 18 January 1981   Austria Kitzbühel SL 119  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Soviet Union Vladimir Andreev Austria Christian Orlainsky
362 18 24 January 1981   Switzerland Wengen DH 109  Switzerland Toni Bürgler Austria Harti Weirather Canada Steve Podborski
363 19 25 January 1981   SL 120  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bojan Križaj Luxembourg Marc Girardelli Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
364 20 26 January 1981   Switzerland Adelboden GS 113  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Boris Strel
Austria Christian Orlainsky
365 21 31 January 1981   Austria St. Anton DH 110  Austria Harti Weirather Austria Peter Wirnsberger Canada Steve Podborski
366 22 1 February 1981   SL 121  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark United States Phil Mahre Norway Jarle Halsnes
367 23 1 February 1981   KB 022  United States Phil Mahre Italy Herbert Plank West Germany Herbert Renoth
368 24 2 February 1981   Austria Schladming GS 114  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Austria Hans Enn Switzerland Jean-Luc Fournier
369 25 8 February 1981   Norway Oslo SL 122  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Sweden Bengt Fjällberg Soviet Union Vladimir Andreev
370 26 11 February 1981   Norway Voss GS 115  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Soviet Union Aleksandr Zhirov Italy Bruno Nöckler
371 27 14 February 1981   Sweden Åre GS 116  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Soviet Union Aleksandr Zhirov United States Phil Mahre
372 28 15 February 1981   SL 123  United States Phil Mahre Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Austria Franz Gruber
373 29 5 March 1981   United States Aspen DH 111  Soviet Union Valeri Tsyganov Austria Harti Weirather Austria Gerhard Pfaffenbichler
374 30 6 March 1981   DH 112  Austria Harti Weirather Canada Steve Podborski Switzerland Franz Heinzer
375 31 7 March 1981   GS 117  United States Phil Mahre Sweden Ingemar Stenmark United States Steve Mahre
376 32 14 March 1981   Japan Furano GS 118  Soviet Union Aleksandr Zhirov Austria Gerhard Jäger Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
377 33 15 March 1981   SL 124  United States Phil Mahre Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bojan Križaj Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
378 34 24 March 1981   Bulgaria Borovets GS 119  Soviet Union Aleksandr Zhirov Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Switzerland Joël Gaspoz
379 35 25 March 1981   SL 125  Soviet Union Aleksandr Zhirov United States Steve Mahre United States Phil Mahre
380 36 28 March 1981   Switzerland Laax GS 120  Soviet Union Aleksandr Zhirov United States Phil Mahre Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
Nations Cup 30 March 1981   Switzerland Laax PS ncr  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Norway Jarle Halsnes United States Phil Mahre

Ladies[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, KB – Combined, PS – Parallel Slalom (Nations Cup ranking only)[3]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
327 1 3 December 1980   France Val d'Isère DH 090  Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig Canada Kathy Kreiner West Germany Irene Epple
328 2 4 December 1980   GS 105  West Germany Irene Epple France Perrine Pelen West Germany Christa Kinshofer
329 3 4 December 1980   KB 018  Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig West Germany Irene Epple West Germany Christa Kinshofer
330 4 8 December 1980   Italy Limone Piemonte GS 106  Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig Italy Daniela Zini France Fabienne Serrat
331 5 12 December 1980   Italy Piancavallo DH 091  Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig Norway Torill Fjeldstad Switzerland Doris de Agostini
332 6 8 December 1980  
12 December 1980  
Italy Limone Piemonte (GS)
Italy Piancavallo (DH)
KB 019  Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig France Fabienne Serrat Switzerland Erika Hess
333 7 13 December 1980   Italy Piancavallo SL 116  France Fabienne Serrat Switzerland Erika Hess Italy Maria Rosa Quario
334 8 17 December 1980   Austria Altenmarkt DH 092  Czechoslovakia Jana Šoltýsová Switzerland Doris de Agostini Norway Torill Fjeldstad
335 9 18 December 1980   SL 117  France Perrine Pelen West Germany Christa Kinshofer Italy Daniela Zini
336 10 21 December 1980   Italy Bormio SL 118  France Perrine Pelen Soviet Union Nadezhda Patrikeyeva Switzerland Erika Hess
337 11 8 January 1981   West Germany Pfronten DH 093  Austria Cornelia Pröll Switzerland Doris de Agostini United States Holly Flanders
338 12 12 January 1981   Austria Schruns DH 094  Switzerland Doris de Agostini United States Cindy Nelson West Germany Irene Epple
339 13 13 January 1981   SL 119  Switzerland Erika Hess Italy Claudia Giordani United States Tamara McKinney
340 14 19 January 1981   Switzerland Crans-Montana DH 095  Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig Switzerland Doris de Agostini West Germany Christa Kinshofer
341 15 21 January 1981   SL 120  Switzerland Erika Hess United States Christin Cooper Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel
342 16 21 January 1981   KB 020  West Germany Christa Kinshofer Switzerland Erika Hess United States Christin Cooper
343 17 22 January 1981   Switzerland Haute-Nendaz GS 107  United States Tamara McKinney Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel West Germany Irene Epple
344 18 24 January 1981   France Les Gets GS 108  United States Tamara McKinney West Germany Christa Kinshofer Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel
345 19 28 January 1981   France Megève DH 096  Switzerland Doris de Agostini Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig Norway Torill Fjeldstad
346 20 24 January 1981  
28 January 1981  
France Les Gets (GS)
France Megève (DH)
KB 021  Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel United States Tamara McKinney Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig
347 21 29 January 1981   France Megève DH 097  Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig Switzerland Doris de Agostini Austria Cornelia Pröll
348 22 31 January 1981   Switzerland Les Diablerets SL 121  Switzerland Erika Hess United States Christin Cooper Italy Daniela Zini
349 23 3 February 1981   West Germany Zwiesel SL 122  Switzerland Erika Hess Italy Daniela Zini United States Christin Cooper
350 24 4 February 1981   GS 109  West Germany Maria Epple West Germany Christa Kinshofer United States Tamara McKinney
351 25 8 February 1981   Austria Haus im Ennstal DH 098  Canada Gerry Sorensen West Germany Irene Epple Austria Cornelia Pröll
352 26 3 February 1981  
8 February 1981  
West Germany Zwiesel (SL)
Austria Haus im Ennstal (DH)
KB 022  Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel Switzerland Maria Walliser United States Christin Cooper
353 27 10 February 1981   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Maribor GS 110  Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig West Germany Maria Epple West Germany Irene Epple
354 28 6 March 1981   United States Aspen DH 099  Austria Elisabeth Kirchler West Germany Regine Mösenlechner United States Cindy Nelson
355 29 8 March 1981   GS 111  United States Tamara McKinney Switzerland Erika Hess Italy Wanda Bieler
356 30 13 March 1981   Japan Furano GS 112  Switzerland Marie-Theres Nadig Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel United States Christin Cooper
357 31 15 March 1981   SL 123  Switzerland Erika Hess United States Christin Cooper West Germany Maria Epple
358 32 24 March 1981   Switzerland Wangs-Pizol SL 124  Switzerland Erika Hess Italy Daniela Zini Switzerland Maria Walliser
359 33 25 March 1981   GS 113  Switzerland Erika Hess United States Christin Cooper Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel
Nations Cup 30 March 1981   Switzerland Laax PS ncp  United States Tamara McKinney West Germany Traudl Hächer Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel

Men[edit]

Overall[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Overall World Cup 1980/81 the best five downhills, best five giant slaloms, best five slaloms and best three combined count. 28 racers had a point deduction. Ingemar Stenmark had 156 points deduction and won 10 races. For the first time he tried to score points in combined and was able to collect 15 points - not enough to win the Overall World Cup.

Place Name Country Total DH GS SL KB
1 Phil Mahre  United States 266 10 84 97 75
2 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 260 0 125 120 15
3 Aleksandr Zhirov  Soviet Union 185 0 115 70 0
4 Steve Mahre  United States 155 0 46 80 29
5 Peter Müller   Switzerland 140 95 0 0 45
6 Bojan Križaj  Yugoslavia 137 0 40 80 17
7 Andreas Wenzel  Liechtenstein 130 9 38 28 55
8 Harti Weirather  Austria 115 115 0 0 0
9 Steve Podborski  Canada 110 110 0 0 0
10 Christian Orlainsky  Austria 105 0 61 44 0
11 Joël Gaspoz   Switzerland 102 0 71 31 0
12 Leonhard Stock  Austria 97 43 34 0 20
13 Jarle Halsnes  Norway 95 0 50 45 0
14 Hans Enn  Austria 93 2 52 8 31
15 Jacques Lüthy   Switzerland 84 0 53 11 20
16 Bruno Nöckler  Italy 79 0 56 23 0
17 Paul Frommelt  Liechtenstein 77 0 0 77 0
18 Peter Wirnsberger  Austria 73 73 0 0 0
Valeri Tsyganov  Soviet Union 73 55 1 0 17
20 Vladimir Andreev  Soviet Union 72 0 10 62 0

Downhill[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Downhill World Cup 1980/81 the best 5 results count. Six racers had a point deduction, which are given in brackets.

Place Name Country Total 1France 4Italy 6Italy 7Switzerland 11Germany 15Austria 18Switzerland 21Austria 29United States 30United States
1 Harti Weirather  Austria 115 - 20 25 (10) (15) (11) 20 25 (20) 25
2 Steve Podborski  Canada 110 15 (15) (6) 25 25 25 (15) (15) (6) 20
3 Peter Müller   Switzerland 95 - 25 15 15 20 20 - - (12) (11)
4 Peter Wirnsberger  Austria 73 - - - 20 9 15 (6) 20 9 (3)
5 Uli Spieß  Austria 56 25 11 20 - - - - - - -
6 Valeri Tsyganov  Soviet Union 55 3 - - 12 - 4 11 - 25 -
Toni Bürgler   Switzerland 55 - - 7 - 11 - 25 - - 12
8 Gerhard Pfaffenbichler  Austria 48 8 - - 3 - - - 12 15 10
9 Helmut Höflehner  Austria 47 - 8 - - 12 10 7 (5) 10 (5)
10 Franz Heinzer   Switzerland 43 - - - - - 8 4 9 7 15
Leonhard Stock  Austria 43 - 10 11 11 - - - - 5 6

Giant Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1980/81 the best 5 results count. 15 racers had a point deduction, which are given in brackets. Ingemar Stenmark won the cup with maximum points. He won his sixth Giant Slalom World Cup! This record is still unbeaten!

Place Name Country Total 3Italy 8Switzerland 10France 20Switzerland 24Austria 26Norway 27Sweden 31United States 32Japan 34Bulgaria 36Switzerland
1 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 125 25 - 25 25 25 25 (25) (20) (15) (20) (15)
2 Aleksandr Zhirov  Soviet Union 115 20 - (5) - (9) 20 (20) (10) 25 25 25
3 Phil Mahre  United States 84 (8) 12 12 (8) (10) (10) 15 25 - (11) 20
4 Joël Gaspoz   Switzerland 71 - (7) 20 - (4) 12 - 12 12 15 (3)
5 Jean-Luc Fournier   Switzerland 62 - 15 - 9 15 - 12 11 (3) - (6)
6 Christian Orlainsky  Austria 61 2 25 6 20 8 - - - - - -
7 Bruno Nöckler  Italy 56 10 8 11 (6) 12 15 - (8) (6) (3) -
8 Jacques Lüthy   Switzerland 53 9 10 (7) 12 11 (6) 11 - (8) - -
9 Hans Enn  Austria 52 12 20 - - 20 - - - - - -
10 Jarle Halsnes  Norway 50 - (4) - 11 (7) 11 8 - - 12 8

Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Slalom World Cup 1980/81 the best 5 results count. 13 racers had a point deduction, which are given in brackets. Ingemar Stenmark won his seventh Slalom World Cup in a row! This record is still unbeaten!

Place Name Country Total 2Italy 13Germany 14Germany 17Austria 19Switzerland 22Austria 25Norway 28Sweden 33Japan 35Bulgaria
1 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 120 25 - 20 25 (15) 25 25 (20) (15) (11)
2 Phil Mahre  United States 97 - (6) 12 - (5) 20 (12) 25 25 15
3 Bojan Križaj  Yugoslavia 80 15 12 (4) - 25 8 - - 20 (6)
Steve Mahre  United States 80 - 25 15 - (9) - 10 - 10 20
5 Paul Frommelt  Liechtenstein 77 20 15 25 - (7) - 9 8 - -
6 Aleksandr Zhirov  Soviet Union 70 - - 10 (7) 12 (3) 11 - 12 25
7 Vladimir Andreev  Soviet Union 62 - (4) 5 20 - 12 15 10 (5) -
8 Piero Gros  Italy 48 9 11 9 - (3) - 8 11 (2) (2)
9 Stig Strand  Sweden 46 11 9 (1) 10 9 7 (6) (7) (6) (3)
10 Bengt Fjällberg  Sweden 45 - - - 3 - - 20 12 - 10
Jarle Halsnes  Norway 45 - - - - 6 15 7 (6) 8 9
Franz Gruber  Austria 45 7 - 7 - (1) (4) - 15 9 7

Combined[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Combined World Cup 1980/81 all 5 results count.

Place Name Country Total 5Italy 9FranceSwitzerland 12FranceGermany 16GermanyAustria 23Austria
1 Phil Mahre  United States 102 12 15 25 25 25
2 Andreas Wenzel  Liechtenstein 55 15 25 15 - -
3 Peter Müller   Switzerland 45 25 - 20 - -
4 Hans Enn  Austria 31 11 20 - - -
5 Steve Mahre  United States 29 9 - - 20 -
6 Siegfried Kerschbaumer  Italy 28 7 10 11 - -
7 Leonhard Stock  Austria 20 20 - 11 - -
Jacques Lüthy   Switzerland 20 8 12 - - -
Herbert Plank  Italy 20 - - - - 20
Even Hole  Norway 20 - - - 8 12

Ladies[edit]

Overall[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Overall World Cup 1980/81 the best five downhills, best five giant slaloms, best five slaloms and best three combined count. 19 racers had a point deduction. Marie-Theres Nadig won 9 races.

Place Name Country Total DH GS SL KB
1 Marie-Theres Nadig   Switzerland 289 120 97 7 65
2 Erika Hess   Switzerland 251 5 78 125 43
3 Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 241 42 78 59 62
4 Christin Cooper  United States 198 2 69 86 41
5 Irene Epple  West Germany 181 71 78 1 31
6 Tamara McKinney  United States 176 0 102 52 22
Perrine Pelen  France 176 0 60 81 35
8 Cindy Nelson  United States 168 60 48 29 31
9 Christa Kinshofer  West Germany 165 21 63 29 52
10 Fabienne Serrat  France 149 0 45 63 41
11 Daniela Zini  Italy 137 0 56 81 0
12 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 112 41 14 22 35
13 Doris de Agostini   Switzerland 110 110 0 0 0
14 Maria Epple  West Germany 102 0 71 31 0
15 Olga Charvátová  Czechoslovakia 84 7 31 25 21
16 Cornelia Pröll  Austria 78 78 0 0 0
17 Wanda Bieler  Italy 75 0 60 15 0
18 Maria Rosa Quario  Italy 64 0 29 35 0
19 Holly Flanders  United States 63 60 0 0 3
20 Torill Fjeldstad  Norway 62 62 0 0 0

Downhill[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Downhill World Cup 1980/81 the best 5 results count. Ten racers had a point deduction, which are given in brackets.

Place Name Country Total 1France 5Italy 8Austria 11Germany 12Austria 14Switzerland 19France 21France 25Austria 28United States
1 Marie-Theres Nadig   Switzerland 120 25 25 - (2) - 25 20 25 (5) (9)
2 Doris de Agostini   Switzerland 110 - (15) 20 20 25 20 25 (20) (12) (10)
3 Cornelia Pröll  Austria 78 (9) (10) 12 25 - (3) 11 15 15 -
4 Irene Epple  West Germany 71 15 - 11 10 15 - (10) (3) 20 -
5 Torill Fjeldstad  Norway 62 - 20 15 - - - 15 2 10 -
6 Jana Šoltýsová  Czechoslovakia 61 (2) (6) 25 7 8 12 (4) 9 - -
7 Cindy Nelson  United States 60 - (5) (4) 11 20 7 (1) 7 - 15
Holly Flanders  United States 60 - 9 (5) 15 - (8) 12 12 (8) 12
9 Elisabeth Kirchler  Austria 42 - - - 5 - 5 - - 7 25
Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 42 - - - 8 10 - 5 (4) 11 8
11 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 41 7 - - - - 9 8 11 6 -
12 Gerry Sorensen  Canada 39 - - - - - - 3 11 25 -

Giant Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1980/81 the best 5 results count. 12 racers had a point deduction, which are given in brackets.

Place Name Country Total 1France 4Italy 17Switzerland 18France 24Germany 27Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 29United States 30Japan 33Switzerland
1 Tamara McKinney  United States 102 (10) - 25 25 15 (9) 25 12 -
2 Marie-Theres Nadig   Switzerland 97 11 25 11 (6) (10) 25 - 25 -
3 Erika Hess   Switzerland 78 (6) 11 (2) - (2) 12 20 10 25
Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 78 - - 20 15 8 (8) (4) 20 15
Irene Epple  West Germany 78 25 - 15 - (5) 15 (8) 11 12
6 Maria Epple  West Germany 71 (1) - - 12 25 20 7 (6) 7
7 Christin Cooper  United States 69 - (8) 12 - 11 11 (2) 15 20
8 Christa Kinshofer  West Germany 63 15 - 8 20 20 - - - -
9 Wanda Bieler  Italy 60 - 12 10 11 12 - 15 - (2)
Perrine Pelen  France 60 20 10 (5) 9 9 (5) 12 - -
11 Daniela Zini  Italy 56 8 20 9 10 - - 9 - -

Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Slalom World Cup 1980/81 the best 5 results count. Five racers had a point deduction, which are given in brackets. Erika Hess won six races in a row. She won the World Cup with maximum points.

Place Name Country Total 7Italy 9Austria 10Italy 13Austria 15Switzerland 22Switzerland 23Germany 31Japan 32Switzerland
1 Erika Hess   Switzerland 125 (20) - (15) 25 25 25 25 25 (25)
2 Christin Cooper  United States 86 11 (9) (10) (10) 20 20 15 20 -
3 Daniela Zini  Italy 81 - 15 - 11 (11) 15 20 (8) 20
Perrine Pelen  France 81 10 25 25 - - 11 (8) (9) 10
5 Fabienne Serrat  France 63 25 11 10 - 7 10 (2) (2) (7)
6 Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 59 - - - 12 15 - 10 10 12
7 Tamara McKinney  United States 52 5 - - 15 - 9 - 12 11
8 Piera Macchi  Italy 51 - 12 - 8 8 12 - 11 -
9 Nadezhda Patrikeyeva  Soviet Union 46 12 7 20 - - 1 - 6 -
10 Claudia Giordani  Italy 43 - 8 11 20 - 4 - - -

Combined[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Combined World Cup 1980/81 all 5 results count.

Place Name Country Total 3France 6Italy 16Switzerland 20France 26GermanyAustria
1 Marie-Theres Nadig   Switzerland 86 25 25 9 15 12
2 Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 62 - - 12 25 25
3 Christa Kinshofer  West Germany 52 15 - 25 12 -
4 Erika Hess   Switzerland 51 8 15 20 - 8
5 Fabienne Serrat  France 50 11 20 10 9 -
6 Christin Cooper  United States 41 - 11 15 - 15
7 Cindy Nelson  United States 40 5 10 11 10 4
8 Perrine Pelen  France 35 12 12 - 11 -
Maria Walliser   Switzerland 35 - 9 6 - 20
10 Irene Epple  West Germany 31 20 - 4 - 7

Nations Cup[edit]

Overall[edit]

Place Country Total Men Ladies
1   Switzerland 1727 641 1086
2  United States 1429 596 833
3  Austria 1388 1064 324
4  Italy 777 350 427
5  West Germany 730 88 642
6  France 611 93 518
7  Sweden 553 553 0
8  Liechtenstein 521 217 304
9  Soviet Union 468 419 49
10  Canada 371 264 107
11  Yugoslavia 312 264 48
12  Norway 249 187 62
13  Czechoslovakia 174 16 158
14  Luxembourg 51 51 0
15  Japan 34 34 0
16  Bulgaria 24 24 0
17  Belgium 18 18 0
18  Ireland 7 7 0
19  Poland 2 0 2
20  Spain 1 0 1

Men[edit]

Place Country Total DH GS SL KB Racers Wins
1  Austria 1064 597 300 116 51 23 5
2   Switzerland 641 309 198 48 86 13 3
3  United States 596 55 180 219 142 8 7
4  Sweden 553 0 231 305 17 6 10
5  Soviet Union 419 81 170 151 17 4 5
6  Italy 350 44 98 160 48 11 0
7  Canada 264 264 0 0 0 5 3
 Yugoslavia 264 0 111 100 53 7 1
9  Liechtenstein 217 9 41 112 55 2 2
10  Norway 187 0 104 63 20 4 0
11  France 93 6 75 12 0 7 0
12  West Germany 88 21 5 18 44 9 0
13  Luxembourg 51 0 11 40 0 1 0
14  Japan 34 0 0 15 19 3 0
15  Bulgaria 24 0 0 24 0 1 0
16  Belgium 18 0 0 0 18 1 0
17  Czechoslovakia 16 0 0 0 16 2 0
18  Ireland 7 0 0 0 7 1 0

Ladies[edit]

Place Country Total DH GS SL KB Racers Wins
1   Switzerland 1086 392 239 256 199 13 18
2  United States 833 204 261 225 143 9 3
3  West Germany 642 156 275 80 131 10 3
4  France 518 105 138 190 85 9 3
5  Italy 427 0 167 260 0 9 0
6  Austria 324 258 23 25 18 16 2
7  Liechtenstein 304 46 99 89 70 3 2
8  Czechoslovakia 158 80 32 25 21 2 1
9  Canada 107 82 5 0 20 4 1
10  Norway 62 62 0 0 0 1 0
11  Soviet Union 49 0 3 46 0 1 0
12  Yugoslavia 48 0 0 45 3 5 0
13  Poland 2 0 0 2 0 1 0
14  Spain 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shapiro, Leonard (5 February 1984). "World Cup". Washington Post. Retrieved 9 January 2018.
  2. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1981 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  3. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1981 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

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