1982–83 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 1982/83
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall United States Phil Mahre United States Tamara McKinney
Downhill Austria Franz Klammer Switzerland Doris de Agostini
Giant Slalom/Super G United States Phil Mahre United States Tamara McKinney
Slalom Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Switzerland Erika Hess
Combined United States Phil Mahre Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel
Nations Cup Switzerland Switzerland Switzerland Switzerland
Nations Cup overall Switzerland Switzerland
Competition
Locations 20 17
Individual 37 30

The 17th season of World Cup competition began in December 1982 in Switzerland and concluded in March 1983 in Japan. For the first time, the overall titles were both won by Americans, Tamara McKinney and Phil Mahre. Mahre won his third consecutive overall World Cup title; McKinney became the first American woman (and third North American, after Mahre and Nancy Greene of Canada) to win the overall title.

A major change in the World Cup series this year was the introduction of a new race, considered to be a combination of downhill and giant slalom, which was named "Super G". Because there were only five Super G races held during the season (three men's events and two ladies' events), the races were classified with the Giant Slalom discipline for the season awards (as well as for the next two seasons). Another major change was made to remove the World Cup/Olympics overlap. The FIS decided not to hold the 1984 World Championships at the 1984 Olympics but instead to move the biennial event to odd-numbered years, starting with 1985. Thus, this was the final odd-numbered year without scheduled World Championships.

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB Combined, PS – Parallel Slalom (Nations Cup ranking only)[1]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
414 1 5 December 1982   Switzerland Pontresina DH 123  Austria Harti Weirather Austria Franz Klammer Switzerland Peter Müller
415 2 12 December 1982   France Val d'Isère SG 001  Switzerland Peter Müller Switzerland Peter Lüscher Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen
416 3 14 December 1982   Italy Courmayeur SL 135  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Sweden Stig Strand United States Phil Mahre
417 4 19 December 1982   Italy Val Gardena DH 124  Switzerland Conradin Cathomen Austria Erwin Resch Austria Franz Klammer
418 5 12 December 1982  
19 December 1982  
France Val d'Isère (SG)
Italy Val Gardena (DH1)
KB 028  Switzerland Franz Heinzer Switzerland Peter Müller Switzerland Peter Lüscher
419 6 20 December 1982   Italy Val Gardena DH 125  Austria Franz Klammer Switzerland Peter Müller Switzerland Urs Räber
420 7 21 December 1982   Italy Madonna di Campiglio SL 136  Sweden Stig Strand Sweden Ingemar Stenmark United States Phil Mahre
421 8 22 December 1982   SG 002  Italy Michael Mair Austria Hans Enn Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen
422 9 22 December 1982   KB 029  Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Austria Christian Orlainsky Austria Franz Gruber
423 10 4 January 1983   Switzerland Parpan SL 137  United States Steve Mahre Switzerland Jacques Lüthy Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel
424 11 9 January 1983   France Val d'Isere DH 126  Austria Erwin Resch Switzerland Peter Lüscher Switzerland Conradin Cathomen
425 12 10 January 1983   DH 127  Switzerland Conradin Cathomen Canada Ken Read Italy Danilo Sbardellotto
426 13 11 January 1983   Switzerland Adelboden GS 130  Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Switzerland Max Julen Switzerland Jacques Lüthy
427 14 21 January 1983   Austria Kitzbühel DH 128  Switzerland Bruno Kernen Canada Steve Podborski Switzerland Urs Räber
428 15 22 January 1983   DH 129  Canada Todd Brooker Switzerland Urs Räber Canada Ken Read
429 16 23 January 1983   SL 138  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Austria Christian Orlainsky United States Phil Mahre
430 17 23 January 1983   KB 030  United States Phil Mahre Luxembourg Marc Girardelli Switzerland Peter Lüscher
431 18 28 January 1983   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo DH 130  Austria Gerhard Pfaffenbichler Canada Steve Podborski Austria Franz Klammer
432 19 29 January 1983   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Kranjska Gora GS 131  Austria Hans Enn Switzerland Max Julen Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
433 20 30 January 1983   SL 139  Austria Franz Gruber Sweden Stig Strand France Michel Canac
434 21 5 February 1983   Austria St. Anton DH 131  Switzerland Peter Lüscher Switzerland Silvano Meli Austria Harti Weirather
435 22 6 February 1983   SL 140  United States Steve Mahre Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel United States Phil Mahre
436 23 6 February 1983   KB 031  United States Phil Mahre Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel United States Steve Mahre
437 24 9 February 1983   West Germany Garmisch SG 003  Switzerland Peter Lüscher Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Austria Hans Enn
438 25 11 February 1983   France Markstein SL 141  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Italy Paolo De Chiesa United States Phil Mahre
439 26 21 January 1983  
11 February 1983  
Austria Kitzbühel (DH1)
France Markstein (SL1)
KB 032  United States Phil Mahre Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel Luxembourg Marc Girardelli
440 27 12 February 1983   France Markstein SL 142  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bojan Križaj Sweden Bengt Fjällberg Austria Christian Orlainsky
441 28 13 February 1983   West Germany Todtnau GS 132  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Switzerland Max Julen Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen
442 29 23 February 1983   Sweden Tärnaby SL 143  Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel Sweden Stig Strand Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bojan Križaj
443 30 26 February 1983   Sweden Gällivare GS 133  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark United States Phil Mahre
Switzerland Max Julen
444 31 27 February 1983   SL 144  Luxembourg Marc Girardelli Sweden Stig Strand Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
445 32 6 March 1983   United States Aspen DH 132  Canada Todd Brooker Italy Michael Mair Austria Helmut Höflehner
446 33 7 March 1983   GS 134  United States Phil Mahre Luxembourg Marc Girardelli Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
447 34 8 March 1983   United States Vail GS 135  United States Phil Mahre Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Austria Max Julen
448 35 12 March 1983   Canada Lake Louise DH 133  Austria Helmut Höflehner Austria Franz Klammer Switzerland Conradin Cathomen
449 36 19 March 1983   Japan Furano GS 136  United States Phil Mahre Switzerland Max Julen Sweden Ingemar Stenmark
450 37 20 March 1983   SL 145  Sweden Stig Strand Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bojan Križaj
Nations Cup 21 March 1983   Japan Furano PS ncr  Sweden Ingemar Stenmark United States Phil Mahre Liechtenstein Andreas Wenzel

Ladies[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Combined, PS – Parallel Slalom (Nations Cup ranking only)[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
1 7 December 1982   France Val d'Isère DH Switzerland Doris de Agostini Austria Lea Sölkner Switzerland Maria Walliser
392 2 8 December 1982   GS 123  Switzerland Erika Hess United States Tamara McKinney Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel
393 3 8 December 1982   KB 027  Austria Elisabeth Kirchler United States Tamara McKinney Switzerland Erika Hess
394 4 10 December 1982   Italy Limone Piemonte SL 135  United States Tamara McKinney Switzerland Erika Hess Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel
395 5 15 December 1982   Italy San Sicario DH 109  France Caroline Attia France Claudine Emonet West Germany Heidi Wiesler
396 6 17 December 1982   Italy Piancavallo SL 136  Switzerland Erika Hess France Perrine Pelen United States Christin Cooper
397 7 15 December 1982  
17 December 1982  
Italy San Sicario (DH)
Italy Piancavallo (SL)
KB 028  United States Christin Cooper Switzerland Erika Hess Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel
398 8 9 January 1983   Switzerland Verbier SG 001  West Germany Irene Epple Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel United States Tamara McKinney
399 9 10 January 1983   SG 002  United States Cindy Nelson Switzerland Zoe Haas West Germany Irene Epple
400 10 11 January 1983   Switzerland Davos SL 137  United States Tamara McKinney Switzerland Erika Hess France Perrine Pelen
11 14 January 1983   Austria Schruns DH Switzerland Doris de Agostini France Élisabeth Chaud France Caroline Attia
402 12 16 January 1983   SL 138  Austria Anni Kronbichler Italy Maria Rosa Quario
Poland Małgorzata Tlałka
403 13 21 January 1983   France Megève DH 111  Switzerland Maria Walliser United States Maria Maricich France Marie-Luce Waldmeier
404 14 16 January 1983  
21 January 1983  
Austria Schruns (SL)
France Megève (DH1)
KB 029  Czechoslovakia Olga Charvátová Austria Sylvia Eder France Fabienne Serrat
15 22 January 1983   France Megève DH Austria Elisabeth Kirchler Switzerland Doris de Agostini France Caroline Attia
406 16 23 January 1983   France St. Gervais GS 124  United States Tamara McKinney United States Christin Cooper France Carole Merle
17 29 January 1983   Switzerland Les Diablerets DH Switzerland Doris de Agostini Austria Elisabeth Kirchler Austria Veronika Vitzhum
408 18 30 January 1983   SL 139  Italy Maria Rosa Quario Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel Poland Dorota Tlałka
409 19 30 January 1983   KB 030  Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel West Germany Michaela Gerg Austria Elisabeth Kirchler
410 20 5 February 1983   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sarajevo DH 114  Switzerland Maria Walliser Austria Elisabeth Kirchler Switzerland Ariane Ehrat
411 21 9 February 1983   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Maribor SL 140  Switzerland Erika Hess Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel Austria Anni Kronbichler
412 22 12 February 1983   Czechoslovakia Vysoké Tatry SL 141  Italy Maria Rosa Quario Switzerland Erika Hess Poland Małgorzata Tlałka
413 23 5 March 1983   Canada Mont Tremblant DH 115  Canada Laurie Graham Switzerland Maria Walliser Switzerland Michela Figini
414 24 6 March 1983   GS 125  France Anne Flore Rey West Germany Maria Epple Switzerland Erika Hess
415 25 8 March 1983   United States Waterville Valley SL 142  Austria Roswitha Steiner United States Tamara McKinney Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel
416 26 9 March 1983   GS 126  United States Tamara McKinney West Germany Maria Epple France Fabienne Serrat
417 27 10 March 1983   GS 127  United States Tamara McKinney West Germany Maria Epple United States Cindy Nelson
418 28 12 March 1983   United States Vail GS 128  United States Tamara McKinney United States Cindy Nelson Switzerland Erika Hess
419 29 18 March 1983   Japan Furano GS 129  Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel France Fabienne Serrat Switzerland Maria Walliser
420 30 20 March 1983   SL 143  United States Tamara McKinney Switzerland Erika Hess Poland Małgorzata Tlałka
Nations Cup 21 March 1983   Japan Furano PS ncp  France Anne-Flore Rey Liechtenstein Hanni Wenzel Austria Anni Kronbichler

Men[edit]

Overall[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Overall World Cup 1982/83 the best five downhills, best five giant slaloms/Super G, best five slaloms and best three combined count. The parallel slalom only counts for the Nationscup (or was a show-event). 32 racers had a point deduction. Phil Mahre won his third Overall World Cup in a row!

Place Name Country Total DH GS
SG
SL KB
1 Phil Mahre  United States 285 28 107 75 75
2 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 218 0 100 110 8
3 Andreas Wenzel  Liechtenstein 177 7 38 92 40
4 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 168 0 52 69 47
5 Peter Lüscher   Switzerland 164 72 51 0 41
6 Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 161 11 90 13 47
7 Peter Müller   Switzerland 125 71 27 0 27
8 Max Julen   Switzerland 116 0 100 13 3
9 Bojan Križaj  Yugoslavia 112 0 22 78 12
Franz Gruber  Austria 112 0 31 66 15
11 Stig Strand  Sweden 110 0 0 110 0
12 Steve Mahre  United States 108 0 13 80 15
13 Harti Weirather  Austria 102 74 16 0 12
14 Conradin Cathomen   Switzerland 100 92 0 0 8
15 Urs Räber   Switzerland 99 72 0 0 27
Christian Orlainsky  Austria 99 0 17 62 20
17 Jacques Lüthy   Switzerland 96 0 44 42 10
18 Franz Klammer  Austria 95 95 0 0 0
19 Silvano Meli   Switzerland 85 56 0 0 29
20 Hans Enn  Austria 84 0 83 0 1

Downhill[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Downhill World Cup 1982/83 the best 5 results count. 13 racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Franz Klammer won the cup with only one win. He won his fifth Downhill World Cup! This record is still unbeaten!

Place Name Country Total 1 4 6 11 12 14 15 18 21 32 35
1 Franz Klammer  Austria 95 20 15 25 (4) (11) - (10) 15 (8) (3) 20
2 Conradin Cathomen   Switzerland 92 12 25 (7) 15 25 - (1) - - (8) 15
3 Harti Weirather  Austria 74 25 (10) 11 (10) - 11 (5) (5) 15 12 (5)
4 Erwin Resch  Austria 73 - 20 - 25 - - (2) (3) 5 11 12
5 Urs Räber   Switzerland 72 (6) 12 15 (7) 10 15 20 (9) - (9) (7)
Peter Lüscher   Switzerland 72 - - - 20 - 9 8 10 25 - -
7 Peter Müller   Switzerland 71 15 - 20 - 12 12 12 - - (10) (12)
8 Ken Read  Canada 69 (10) 11 (9) 12 20 (3) 15 11 - (5) -
9 Todd Brooker  Canada 67 - 5 10 - - - 25 2 (1) 25 -
10 Helmut Höflehner  Austria 65 11 7 (4) - (5) (6) - 7 (2) 15 25
11 Steve Podborski  Canada 63 4 - - - - 20 7 20 12 - -
12 Silvano Meli   Switzerland 56 (5) - - 9 7 8 12 (6) 20 - (4)
13 Bruno Kernen   Switzerland 55 (3) - 6 - 9 25 9 (1) - (4) 6
14 Michael Mair  Italy 48 - 2 - 11 3 - - 12 - 20 -
15 Leonhard Stock  Austria 41 - 8 8 6 (4) - (4) - 9 - 10
16 Gerhard Pfaffenbichler  Austria 40 - - - - - - - 25 - 6 9

Giant Slalom / Super G[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Giant Slalom and Super G World Cup 1982/83 the best 5 results count. Nine racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Peter Müller won the first ever World Cup Super G. Phil Mahre won the cup with all of his counted results collected in Giant Slaloms.

Place Name Country Total 2SG 8SG 13 19 24SG 28 30 33 34 36
1 Phil Mahre  United States 107 - - (5) (11) - 12 20 25 25 25
2 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 100 - - (9) 15 (5) 25 25 15 20 (15)
Max Julen   Switzerland 100 - - 20 20 (3) 20 20 (12) (15) 20
4 Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 90 15 15 25 (4) 20 15 (7) (8) - (11)
5 Hans Enn  Austria 83 (10) 20 (4) 25 15 - - (7) 11 12
6 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 52 - - 9 6 7 10 - 20 - -
7 Peter Lüscher   Switzerland 51 20 2 - - 25 - - - - 4
8 Jure Franko  Yugoslavia 50 9 10 11 (7) (8) - 9 11 - (1)
Robert Erlacher  Italy 50 (4) (5) - 12 (6) 8 - 9 12 9
10 Jacques Lüthy   Switzerland 44 - - 15 9 9 - 10 1 - -
11 Boris Strel  Yugoslavia 43 - - - 5 (5) 10 11 - 7 10
12 Andreas Wenzel  Liechtenstein 38 2 (1) 10 (1) 12 11 - 3 - -
13 Thomas Bürgler   Switzerland 36 11 - 7 8 - 1 - - 9 -
14 Franz Gruber  Austria 31 - 3 - - - 5 8 - 10 5
15 Hubert Strolz  Austria 27 5 11 - - 11 - - - - -
Alex Giorgi  Italy 27 - - 1 10 - - - 10 6 -
Peter Müller   Switzerland 27 25 - - - - - - - - 2
18 Michael Mair  Italy 25 - 25 - - - - - - - -

Slalom[edit]

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In Men's Slalom World Cup 1982/83 the best 5 results count. 13 racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Ingemar Stenmark and his childhood friend Stig Strand tied for the overall title, but Stenmark won under the FIS newly-revised tiebreaker format of most race victories (3 to 2). He thus won his eighth Slalom World Cup! This record is still unbeaten!

Place Name Country Total 3 7 10 16 20 22 25 27 29 31 37
1 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 110 25 20 - 25 - - 25 (10) - 15 -
2 Stig Strand  Sweden 110 20 25 - (9) 20 - (3) (12) 20 (20) 25
3 Andreas Wenzel  Liechtenstein 92 - - 15 - - 20 12 (9) 25 - 20
4 Steve Mahre  United States 80 12 8 25 10 - 25 (5) - - - -
5 Bojan Križaj  Yugoslavia 78 11 12 - - - - (6) 25 15 (11) 15
6 Phil Mahre  United States 75 15 15 - 15 - 15 15 (11) - (12) (10)
7 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 69 (6) - - 12 - 9 11 - 12 25 -
8 Paolo De Chiesa  Italy 67 (9) 11 12 (11) 12 - 20 - (8) (10) 12
9 Franz Gruber  Austria 66 - 9 11 - 25 (6) (9) - 10 (7) 11
10 Christian Orlainsky  Austria 62 10 10 - 20 - - - 15 - - 7

Combined[edit]

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In Men's Combined World Cup 1982/83 all 5 results count. Phil Mahre won his fourth Combined World Cup in a row. This record is still unbeaten!

Place Name Country Total 5 9 17 23 26
1 Phil Mahre  United States 75 - - 25 25 25
2 Peter Lüscher   Switzerland 52 15 - 15 11 11
3 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 47 - - 20 12 15
Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 47 10 25 - - 12
5 Andreas Wenzel  Liechtenstein 40 - - - 20 20
6 Silvano Meli   Switzerland 29 - - 11 9 9
7 Peter Müller   Switzerland 27 20 - 7 - -
Urs Räber   Switzerland 27 11 - 9 - 7
9 Franz Heinzer   Switzerland 25 25 - - - -
10 Bruno Kernen   Switzerland 22 - - 12 - 10

Ladies[edit]

Overall[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Overall World Cup 1982/83 the best four downhills, best four giant slaloms/Super G, best four slaloms and best three combined count. The parallel slalom only counts for the Nationscup (or was a show-event). 32 racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total DH GS
SG
SL KB
1 Tamara McKinney  United States 225 0 100 95 30
2 Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 193 0 71 70 52
3 Erika Hess   Switzerland 192 0 67 90 35
4 Elisabeth Kirchler  Austria 163 75 41 0 47
5 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 135 85 39 0 11
6 Irene Epple  West Germany 117 24 59 2 32
7 Cindy Nelson  United States 115 13 72 1 29
8 Olga Charvátová  Czechoslovakia 111 20 29 31 31
9 Maria Epple  West Germany 109 0 71 38 0
10 Doris de Agostini   Switzerland 96 95 0 0 1
11 Anni Kronbichler  Austria 93 0 22 59 12
12 Christin Cooper  United States 87 0 32 27 28
13 Fabienne Serrat  France 86 0 58 13 15
14 Maria Rosa Quario  Italy 82 0 0 82 0
15 Michaela Gerg  West Germany 70 26 21 3 20
16 Perrine Pelen  France 69 0 24 45 0
17 Élisabeth Chaud  France 67 47 20 0 0
18 Laurie Graham  Canada 66 57 0 0 9
19 Petra Wenzel  Liechtenstein 65 0 24 41 0
20 Anne Flore Rey  France 63 0 57 6 0

Downhill[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Downhill World Cup 1982/83 the best 5 results count. Four racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total 1 5 11 13 15 17 20 23
1 Doris de Agostini   Switzerland 106 25 (1) 25 (10) 20 25 (6) 11
2 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 97 15 - (8) 25 (6) 12 25 20
3 Elisabeth Kirchler  Austria 76 10 - 1 - 25 20 20 -
4 Caroline Attia  France 66 4 25 15 - 15 7 - -
5 Laurie Graham  Canada 63 10 (5) 12 - (4) 6 10 25
6 Élisabeth Chaud  France 50 11 - 20 3 (3) 5 11 -
7 Jana Gantnerová  Czechoslovakia 47 - 10 9 11 10 - 7 -
8 Claudine Emonet  France 44 - 20 - - 11 - 8 5
9 Lea Sölkner  Austria 40 20 - - 2 9 4 5 -
10 Ariane Ehrat   Switzerland 39 - 8 5 2 9 - 15 -

Giant Slalom / Super G[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Giant Slalom and Super G World Cup 1982/83 the best 5 results count. Ten racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Super G-races were held for the first time. Irene Epple won the first ever World Cup Super G. Tamara McKinney won the cup with all of her counted results collected in Giant Slaloms.

Place Name Country Total 2 8SG 9SG 16 24 26 27 28 29
1 Tamara McKinney  United States 120 20 (15) (12) 25 - 25 25 25 (4)
2 Cindy Nelson  United States 83 - 12 25 (6) (5) 11 15 20 (10)
3 Maria Epple  West Germany 81 (8) 10 (10) (7) 20 20 20 11 (8)
4 Erika Hess   Switzerland 78 25 - - (10) 15 12 11 15 (6)
5 Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 77 15 20 11 (5) - 6 - (3) 25
6 Fabienne Serrat  France 68 10 11 (8) 12 (2) 15 - - 20
7 Irene Epple  West Germany 65 - 25 15 11 - 8 6 (6) (2)
8 Anne Flore Rey  France 64 (6) 7 (1) 9 25 - 11 12 -
9 Elisabeth Kirchler  Austria 46 12 5 - - 7 (5) (5) 10 12
10 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 40 - - 6 - 9 1 9 - 15

Slalom[edit]

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In Women's Slalom World Cup 1982/83 the best 5 results count. Ten racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total 4 6 10 12 18 21 22 25 30
1 Erika Hess   Switzerland 110 20 25 20 - - 25 20 - (20)
2 Tamara McKinney  United States 105 25 - 25 - 10 - - 20 25
3 Maria Rosa Quario  Italy 89 12 7 (5) 20 25 - 25 (2) -
4 Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 82 15 12 (11) - 20 20 - 15 (12)
5 Roswitha Steiner  Austria 70 - - 10 11 12 - 12 25 (10)
6 Anni Kronbichler  Austria 66 7 (6) (3) 25 9 15 - 10 (6)
7 Małgorzata Tlałka  Poland 65 - - - 20 4 - 15 11 15
8 Dorota Tlałka  Poland 54 (1) 8 - 12 15 10 (8) (6) 9
9 Daniela Zini  Italy 46 11 - - - 7 11 10 7 (7)
Petra Wenzel  Liechtenstein 46 - - 9 (3) 11 12 9 5 -

Combined[edit]

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In Women's Combined World Cup 1982/83 all 4 results count. All four events saw a different winner from a different country!

Place Name Country Total 3 7 14 19
1 Hanni Wenzel  Liechtenstein 52 12 15 - 25
2 Elisabeth Kirchler  Austria 47 25 7 - 15
3 Irene Epple  West Germany 40 10 8 11 11
4 Erika Hess   Switzerland 35 15 20 - -
5 Olga Charvátová  Czechoslovakia 31 6 - 25 -
6 Tamara McKinney  United States 30 20 - - 10
7 Cindy Nelson  United States 29 7 - 10 12
Sylvia Eder  Austria 29 - - 20 9
9 Christin Cooper  United States 28 3 25 - -
10 Heidi Wiesler  West Germany 26 4 11 7 4

Nations Cup[edit]

Overall[edit]

Place Country Total Men Ladies
1   Switzerland 2136 1355 781
2  Austria 1683 1065 618
3  United States 1077 464 613
4  France 707 126 581
5  Italy 651 411 240
6  Liechtenstein 581 222 359
7  Sweden 520 520 0
8  West Germany 507 58 449
9  Canada 371 238 133
10  Yugoslavia 314 295 19
11  Czechoslovakia 208 8 200
12  Luxembourg 174 174 0
13  Poland 147 0 147
14  Bulgaria 37 37 0
15  Soviet Union 28 28 0
16  Norway 24 24 0
17  Australia 22 22 0
18  Spain 15 0 15
19  Hungary 11 11 0
20  Japan 10 10 0
21  United Kingdom 7 7 0
22  Denmark 6 6 0
 Mexico 6 6 0

Men[edit]

All points were shown including individuel deduction.

Place Country Total DH GS
SG
SL KB Racers Wins
1   Switzerland 1355 566 445 84 260 16 9
2  Austria 1065 572 231 185 77 20 7
3  Sweden 520 0 151 361 8 8 7
4  United States 464 42 136 193 93 6 8
5  Italy 411 64 137 185 25 11 1
6  Yugoslavia 295 0 157 126 12 6 1
7  Canada 238 231 0 0 7 4 2
8  Liechtenstein 222 7 40 135 40 2 1
9  Luxembourg 174 0 52 75 47 1 1
10  France 126 1 11 97 17 9 0
11  West Germany 58 15 21 18 4 6 0
12  Bulgaria 37 0 0 37 0 1 0
13  Soviet Union 28 19 0 3 6 2 0
14  Norway 24 0 11 13 0 2 0
15  Australia 22 6 0 0 16 1 0
16  Hungary 11 0 0 0 11 2 0
17  Japan 10 0 0 10 0 4 0
18  Czechoslovakia 8 0 0 0 8 1 0
19  United Kingdom 7 0 0 0 7 1 0
20  Denmark 6 0 0 0 6 1 0
 Mexico 6 0 0 0 6 1 0

Ladies[edit]

All points were shown including individuel deduction.

Place Country Total DH GS
SG
SL KB Racers Wins
1   Switzerland 781 301 215 164 101 10 8
2  Austria 618 233 93 186 106 15 3
3  United States 613 75 300 136 102 9 10
4  France 581 243 245 73 20 12 2
5  West Germany 449 70 213 66 100 9 1
6  Liechtenstein 359 0 122 185 52 3 2
7  Italy 240 0 13 227 0 6 2
8  Czechoslovakia 200 67 35 44 54 5 1
9  Poland 147 0 0 142 5 3 0
10  Canada 133 124 0 0 9 5 1
11  Yugoslavia 19 0 0 19 0 2 0
12  Spain 15 0 9 6 0 1 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1983 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  2. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1983 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

External links[edit]