1987–88 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 1987/88
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Switzerland Michela Figini
Downhill Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Switzerland Michela Figini
Super G Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Switzerland Michela Figini
Giant Slalom Italy Alberto Tomba Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mateja Svet
Slalom Italy Alberto Tomba Austria Roswitha Steiner
Nations Cup Austria Austria Switzerland Switzerland
Nations Cup overall Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 16 14
Individual 30 28

The 22nd World Cup season began in November 1987 in Italy and concluded in March 1988 in Austria. The overall champions were Pirmin Zurbriggen and Michela Figini, both of Switzerland. Zurbriggen won his third overall title; Figini her second.

Beginning this year, the limitation on the number of events that would count for overall and discipline championships, which had been present since the founding of the World Cup, was eliminated. The intent was to eliminate ties for discipline titles, although the first tiebreaker (number of wins) was retained; additionally, this would permit skiers to accumulate more points toward the overall title from their strongest disciplines.

A break in the schedule in February was for the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The alpine events were held at the new Nakiska ski area. As the Olympics was in the process of eliminating its prior ban on professionals being allowed to compete, Swedish star Ingemar Stenmark returned to the Olympics after having been banned in 1984 (although Stenmark still received his payments from sponsors at his Monaco address, not through the Swedish federation). Accordingly, from this point forward, skiers were able to turn professional and still continue to compete in the World Cup, which caused the demise of the former professional skiing circuit within a decade.

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
603 1 27 November 1987   Italy Sestriere SL 187  Italy Alberto Tomba Sweden Jonas Nilsson Austria Günther Mader
604 2 29 November 1987   GS 166  Italy Alberto Tomba Sweden Ingemar Stenmark Switzerland Joël Gaspoz
605 3 7 December 1987   France Val d'Isère DH 178  Switzerland Daniel Mahrer Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Italy Michael Mair
606 4 12 December 1987   Italy Val Gardena DH 179  Canada Rob Boyd Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Canada Brian Stemmle
607 5 13 December 1987   Italy Alta Badia GS 167  Italy Alberto Tomba Austria Rudolf Nierlich Switzerland Joël Gaspoz
Switzerland Hans Pieren
608 6 16 December 1987   Italy Madonna di Campiglio SL 188  Italy Alberto Tomba Austria Rudolf Nierlich Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bojan Križaj
609 7 19 December 1987   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Kranjska Gora GS 168  Austria Helmut Mayer Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Austria Hubert Strolz
610 8 20 December 1987   SL 189  Italy Alberto Tomba Italy Richard Pramotton Austria Günther Mader
Nations Cup 22 December 1987   Italy Bormio PS ncr  Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Switzerland Joël Gaspoz Switzerland Martin Hangl
611 9 9 January 1988   France Val d'Isère DH 180  Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Austria Anton Steiner Luxembourg Marc Girardelli
612 10 10 January 1988   SG 023  West Germany Markus Wasmeier France Franck Piccard Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen
613 11 12 January 1988   Austria Lienz SL 190  Switzerland Bernhard Gstrein Italy Alberto Tomba Sweden Jonas Nilsson
614 12 16 January 1988   Austria Bad Kleinkirchheim DH 181  Switzerland Peter Müller Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen France Franck Piccard
615 13 17 January 1988   SL 191  Italy Alberto Tomba Austria Thomas Stangassinger Austria Bernhard Gstrein
616 14 17 January 1988   KB 052  Austria Hubert Strolz West Germany Markus Wasmeier France Franck Piccard
617 15 19 January 1988   Switzerland Saas-Fee GS 169  Italy Alberto Tomba Austria Günther Mader Austria Helmut Mayer
618 16 23 January 1988   Switzerland Leukerbad DH 182  Italy Michael Mair Italy Giorgio Piantanida Italy Werner Perathoner
619 17 24 January 1988   DH 183  Switzerland Daniel Mahrer Switzerland Franz Heinzer Italy Igor Cigolla
620 18 25 January 1988   SG 024  Canada Felix Belczyk Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Italy Heinz Holzer
621 19 29 January 1988   Austria Schladming DH 184  Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Switzerland Franz Heinzer West Germany Peter Durr
622 20 30 January 1988   GS 170  Austria Rudolf Nierlich Austria Hubert Strolz Austria Helmut Mayer
1988 Winter Olympics (15–27 February)
623 21 11 March 1988   United States Beaver Creek DH 185  Switzerland Franz Heinzer France Christophe Ple Luxembourg Marc Girardelli
624 22 12 March 1988   DH 186  Switzerland Peter Müller Canada Donald Stevens Luxembourg Marc Girardelli
625 23 13 March 1988   SG 025  France Franck Piccard West Germany Markus Wasmeier Luxembourg Marc Girardelli
626 24 19 March 1988   Sweden Åre SL 192  Italy Alberto Tomba United States Felix McGrath Austria Günther Mader
627 25 20 March 1988   DH 187  Switzerland Karl Alpiger Italy Danilo Sbardellotto Switzerland Franz Heinzer
628 26 20 March 1988   KB 053  Austria Günther Mader Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Austria Hubert Strolz
629 27 22 March 1988   Norway Oppdal SL 193  Italy Alberto Tomba Japan Tetsuya Okabe Liechtenstein Paul Frommelt
630 28 24 March 1988   Austria Saalbach SG 026  Switzerland Martin Hangl Austria Hubert Strolz Luxembourg Marc Girardelli
631 29 25 March 1988   GS 171  Switzerland Martin Hangl Luxembourg Marc Girardelli Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen
632 30 26 March 1988   SL 194  Liechtenstein Paul Frommelt West Germany Armin Bittner Austria Hubert Strolz
Nations Cup 27 March 1988   Austria Saalbach PS ncr  Italy Alberto Tomba Switzerland Pirmin Zurbriggen Austria Helmut Mayer

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
556 1 26 November 1987   Italy Sestriere SL 184  Spain Blanca Fernández Ochoa Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mateja Svet Switzerland Vreni Schneider
557 2 28 November 1987   SG 019  Austria Sigrid Wolf Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mateja Svet Austria Sylvia Eder
558 3 30 November 1987   Italy Courmayeur SL 185  Austria Anita Wachter Austria Ida Ladstätter Austria Ulrike Maier
559 4 4 December 1987   France Val d'Isère DH 149  Switzerland Maria Walliser Switzerland Michela Figini Switzerland Zoë Haas
560 5 5 December 1987   DH 150  Switzerland Chantal Bournissen West Germany Marina Kiehl West Germany Ulrike Stanggassinger
561 6 11 December 1987   Switzerland Leukerbad DH 151  Switzerland Michela Figini Austria Sigrid Wolf Switzerland Brigitte Oertli
562 7 12 December 1987   SG 020  Switzerland Michela Figini Austria Sylvia Eder West Germany Regine Mösenlechner
563 8 13 December 1987   SL 186  Austria Ida Ladstätter Sweden Camilla Nilsson Spain Blanca Fernández Ochoa
564 9 13 December 1987   KB 047  Switzerland Brigitte Oertli Austria Anita Wachter Canada Karen Percy
565 10 19 December 1987   Italy Piancavallo SL 187  West Germany Christa Kinshofer France Patricia Chauvet Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Veronika Šarec
566 11 20 December 1987   GS 160  France Catherine Quittet Switzerland Vreni Schneider Austria Claudia Strobl
Nations Cup 22 December 1987   Italy Bormio PS ncr  Switzerland Brigitte Oertli Switzerland Corinne Schmidhauser Switzerland Michela Figini
567 12 5 January 1988   France Tignes GS 161  Switzerland Vreni Schneider France Catherine Quittet France Carole Merle
568 13 6 January 1988   GS 162  France Carole Merle Switzerland Maria Walliser Spain Blanca Fernández Ochoa
569 14 9 January 1988   Austria Lech am Arlberg SG 021  Switzerland Zoë Haas France Catherine Quittet Switzerland Michela Figini
570 15 14 January 1988   Switzerland Zinal DH 152  Switzerland Michela Figini Canada Karen Percy Austria Petra Kronberger
571 16 16 January 1988   DH 153  Switzerland Maria Walliser Switzerland Michela Figini Switzerland Brigitte Oertli
572 17 18 January 1988   Switzerland Saas-Fee SL 188  Switzerland Brigitte Oertli Switzerland Vreni Schneider France Patricia Chauvet
573 18 23 January 1988   Austria Bad Gastein DH 154  Switzerland Beatrice Gafner Switzerland Brigitte Oertli Austria Veronika Wallinger
574 19 24 January 1988   SL 189  Switzerland Vreni Schneider West Germany Christa Kinshofer Switzerland Corinne Schmidhauser
575 20 24 January 1988   KB 048  Switzerland Brigitte Oertli Switzerland Vreni Schneider Austria Petra Kronberger
576 21 30 January 1988   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Kranjska Gora GS 163  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mateja Svet Switzerland Vreni Schneider Spain Blanca Fernández Ochoa
Austria Anita Wachter
577 22 31 January 1988   SL 190  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mateja Svet Switzerland Vreni Schneider
Austria Roswitha Steiner
1988 Winter Olympics (15–27 February)
578 23 5 March 1988   United States Aspen DH 155  Switzerland Brigitte Oertli West Germany Regine Mösenlechner Switzerland Heidi Zeller
579 24 6 March 1988   SL 191  Austria Roswitha Steiner Austria Anita Wachter Austria Monika Maierhofer
580 25 7 March 1988   GS 164  West Germany Christina Meier Spain Blanca Fernández Ochoa Austria Ulrike Maier
581 26 12 March 1988   Canada Rossland DH 156  Switzerland Michela Figini Switzerland Brigitte Oertli Austria Veronika Wallinger
582 27 13 March 1988   SG 022  Switzerland Michela Figini Austria Ulrike Maier Austria Anita Wachter
583 28 23 March 1988   Austria Saalbach GS 165  Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mateja Svet Austria Anita Wachter Austria Ulrike Maier
Nations Cup 27 March 1988   Austria Saalbach PS ncr  Germany Christina Meier Austria Ulrike Maier Austria Roswitha Steiner

Men[edit]

Overall[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Overall World Cup 1987/88 all results count. Pirmin Zurbriggen won his third Overall World Cup. The two parallel slaloms did not count for the Overall World Cup.

Place Name Country Total DH SG GS SL KB
1 Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 310 122 58 65 45 20
2 Alberto Tomba  Italy 281 0 29 82 170 0
3 Hubert Strolz  Austria 190 0 31 69 50 40
4 Günther Mader  Austria 189 2 24 57 69 37
5 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 142 59 38 30 15 0
6 Markus Wasmeier  West Germany 138 37 57 24 0 20
7 Franck Piccard  France 123 42 54 0 0 27
8 Franz Heinzer   Switzerland 112 94 10 0 0 8
9 Peter Müller   Switzerland 109 90 9 0 0 10
10 Michael Mair  Italy 108 108 0 0 0 0
11 Rob Boyd  Canada 100 94 0 0 0 6
12 Helmut Mayer  Austria 78 0 11 67 0 0
13 Martin Hangl   Switzerland 76 0 30 46 0 0
14 Leonhard Stock  Austria 72 42 30 0 0 0
15 Daniel Mahrer   Switzerland 68 64 4 0 0 0
Felix McGrath  United States 68 0 0 8 53 7
17 Rudolf Nierlich  Austria 67 0 0 47 20 0
18 Bernhard Gstrein  Austria 66 0 0 17 49 0
19 Felix Belczyk  Canada 65 38 27 0 0 0
20 Christophe Plé  France 59 59 0 0 0 0

Downhill[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Downhill World Cup 1987/88 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 3 4 10 13 17 18 20 22 23 26
1 Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 122 20 20 25 20 - 3 25 5 - 4
2 Michael Mair  Italy 108 15 11 11 4 25 8 - 12 10 12
3 Franz Heinzer   Switzerland 94 7 - - - - 20 20 25 7 15
Rob Boyd  Canada 94 11 25 - 11 7 9 - 10 11 10
5 Peter Müller   Switzerland 90 6 7 1 25 - - 6 11 25 9
6 Daniel Mahrer   Switzerland 64 25 2 - - - 25 12 - - -
7 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 59 4 10 15 - - - - 15 15 -
Christophe Plé  France 59 10 - 10 - 10 - - 20 9 -
9 Karl Alpiger   Switzerland 50 12 - 6 2 - - - 2 3 25
10 Danilo Sbardellotto  Italy 42 9 - - 6 - 7 - - - 20
Leonhard Stock  Austria 42 - 9 9 12 - - - - 5 7
Franck Piccard  France 42 - - 12 15 - - 10 - - 5

Super G[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Super G World Cup 1987/88 all four results count. Pirmin Zurbriggen won the cup without a single race-win. All events were won by a different racer.

Place Name Country Total 11 19 24 29
1 Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 58 15 20 12 11
2 Markus Wasmeier  West Germany 57 25 12 20 -
3 Franck Piccard  France 54 20 - 25 9
4 Marc Girardelli  Luxembourg 38 8 - 15 15
5 Hubert Strolz  Austria 31 4 - 7 20
6 Martin Hangl   Switzerland 30 5 - - 25
Leonhard Stock  Austria 30 10 - 10 10
8 Alberto Tomba  Italy 29 11 - 11 7
9 Felix Belczyk  Canada 27 - 25 2 -
10 Hans Enn  Austria 24 6 6 - 12
Günther Mader  Austria 24 12 3 8 1

Giant Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1987/88 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 2 5 7 16 21 30
1 Alberto Tomba  Italy 82 25 25 - 25 7 -
2 Hubert Strolz  Austria 69 - 11 15 11 20 12
3 Helmut Mayer  Austria 67 12 - 25 15 15 -
4 Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 65 - 10 20 12 8 15
5 Günther Mader  Austria 57 - 5 10 20 12 10
6 Hans Pieren   Switzerland 48 6 15 12 - 11 4
7 Rudolf Nierlich  Austria 47 - 20 - 2 25 -
8 Martin Hangl   Switzerland 46 5 - 11 5 - 25
9 Ingemar Stenmark  Sweden 37 20 - 6 - - 11
10 Frank Wörndl  West Germany 36 10 7 8 1 4 6

Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Slalom World Cup 1987/88 all results count. Alberto Tomba was able to win six races out of eight.

Place Name Country Total 1 6 8 12 14 25 28 31
1 Alberto Tomba  Italy 170 25 25 25 20 25 25 25 -
2 Günther Mader  Austria 69 15 - 15 7 - 15 11 6
3 Felix McGrath  United States 53 - - 4 9 9 20 - 11
4 Paul Frommelt  Liechtenstein 52 12 - - - - - 15 25
Armin Bittner  West Germany 52 - 12 - 12 - - 8 20
6 Hubert Strolz  Austria 50 - 8 8 - 11 8 - 15
7 Bernhard Gstrein  Austria 49 - - - 25 15 - - 9
Jonas Nilsson  Sweden 49 20 - - 15 - - 7 7
9 Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 45 9 - 12 - - - 12 12
10 Grega Benedik  Yugoslavia 44 5 5 9 - 6 9 10 -

Combined[edit]

see complete table

In Men's Combined World Cup 1987/88 both results count.

Place Name Country Total 15 27
1 Hubert Strolz  Austria 40 25 15
2 Günther Mader  Austria 37 12 25
3 Franck Piccard  France 27 15 12
4 Markus Wasmeier  West Germany 20 20 -
Pirmin Zurbriggen   Switzerland 20 - 20
6 Peter Jurko  Czechoslovakia 11 11 -
Lars-Göran Halvarsson  Sweden 11 - 11
Denis Rey  France 11 8 3
9 Ole Kristian Furuseth  Norway 10 10 -
Peter Müller   Switzerland 10 - 10

Ladies[edit]

Overall[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Overall World Cup 1987/88 all results count. The two parallel slaloms did not count for the Overall World Cup.

Place Name Country Total DH SG GS SL KB
1 Michela Figini   Switzerland 244 143 65 29 0 7
2 Brigitte Oertli   Switzerland 226 119 12 4 41 50
3 Anita Wachter  Austria 211 8 22 74 75 32
4 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 190 0 40 66 73 11
5 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 185 0 9 76 80 20
6 Mateja Svet  Yugoslavia 167 0 24 87 56 0
7 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 143 82 5 40 0 16
8 Ulrike Maier  Austria 132 0 34 39 49 10
9 Catherine Quittet  France 116 12 26 78 0 0
10 Sigrid Wolf  Austria 110 55 36 19 0 0
11 Karen Percy  Canada 107 59 15 0 9 24
12 Christa Kinshofer  West Germany 105 0 16 22 67 0
13 Roswitha Steiner  Austria 87 0 0 0 87 0
14 Michaela Gerg  West Germany 84 24 32 16 0 12
15 Regine Mösenlechner  West Germany 80 38 40 0 0 2
16 Corinne Schmidhauser   Switzerland 77 0 0 11 66 0
17 Petra Kronberger  Austria 76 37 15 0 0 24
18 Marina Kiehl  West Germany 70 40 10 20 0 0
19 Carole Merle  France 69 10 0 59 0 0
20 Camilla Nilsson  Sweden 66 0 0 16 50 0

Downhill[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Downhill World Cup 1987/88 all results count. Michela Figini won her third Downhill World Cup. Swiss athletes were able to win all races.

Place Name Country Total 4 5 6 16 17 19 24 27
1 Michela Figini   Switzerland 143 20 7 25 25 20 12 9 25
2 Brigitte Oertli   Switzerland 119 11 3 15 10 15 20 25 20
3 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 82 25 - 10 12 25 10 - -
4 Veronika Wallinger  Austria 59 - - 3 3 12 15 11 15
Karen Percy  Canada 59 7 - 8 20 6 7 - 11
6 Sigrid Wolf  Austria 55 3 9 20 11 7 - - 5
7 Beatrice Gafner   Switzerland 43 - - - 9 9 25 - -
8 Marina Kiehl  West Germany 40 10 20 - - - 10 - -
9 Regine Mösenlechner  West Germany 38 5 5 5 - - - 20 3
10 Petra Kronberger  Austria 37 - - 1 15 - 11 - 10
Kerrin Lee  Canada 37 2 8 - - 3 5 10 9
Laurie Graham  Canada 37 12 2 11 - 10 - - 2
13 Katrin Gutensohn  Austria 36 - - - 4 11 1 8 12
Chantal Bournissen   Switzerland 36 6 25 - - 1 3 - 1

Super G[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Super G World Cup 1987/88 all four results count.

Place Name Country Total 2 7 15 28
1 Michela Figini   Switzerland 65 - 25 15 25
2 Sylvia Eder  Austria 45 15 20 - 10
3 Regine Mösenlechner  West Germany 40 4 15 9 12
Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 40 10 11 11 8
5 Sigrid Wolf  Austria 36 25 - - 11
6 Ulrike Maier  Austria 34 - 4 10 20
7 Michaela Gerg  West Germany 32 12 8 12 -
8 Catherine Quittet  France 26 - - 20 6
9 Zoe Haas   Switzerland 25 - - 25 -
10 Mateja Svet  Yugoslavia 24 20 - 4 -

Giant Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1987/88 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 11 13 14 22 26 29
1 Mateja Svet  Yugoslavia 87 12 10 3 25 12 25
2 Catherine Quittet  France 78 25 20 12 11 10 -
3 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 76 20 25 11 20 - -
4 Anita Wachter  Austria 74 10 11 9 15 9 20
5 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 66 8 - 15 15 20 8
6 Carole Merle  France 59 7 15 25 5 7 -
7 Christina Meier  West Germany 53 5 - 1 10 25 12
8 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 40 11 9 20 - - -
9 Ulrike Maier  Austria 39 - - - 9 15 15
10 Michela Figini   Switzerland 29 15 12 2 - - -

Slalom[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Slalom World Cup 1987/88 all results count. Every race saw a different winner.

Place Name Country Total 1 3 8 10 18 20 23 25
1 Roswitha Steiner  Austria 87 11 - 11 11 9 - 20 25
2 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 80 15 - - - 20 25 20 -
3 Anita Wachter  Austria 75 - 25 8 - 3 7 12 20
4 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 73 25 - 15 6 10 6 11 -
5 Christa Kinshofer  West Germany 67 12 - - 25 - 20 10 -
6 Corinne Schmidhauser   Switzerland 66 10 - 10 12 12 15 7 -
7 Ida Ladstätter  Austria 60 2 20 25 - 4 9 - -
8 Mateja Svet  Yugoslavia 56 20 - - - - 11 25 -
9 Camilla Nilsson  Sweden 50 6 12 20 - - 12 - -
10 Ulrike Maier  Austria 49 3 15 - 10 7 8 6 -
11 Patricia Chauvet  France 48 - 11 2 20 15 - - -
12 Brigitte Oertli   Switzerland 41 - - 4 8 25 4 - -

Combined[edit]

see complete table

In Women's Combined World Cup 1987/88 both results count.

Place Name Country Total 9 21
1 Brigitte Oertli   Switzerland 50 25 25
2 Anita Wachter  Austria 32 20 12
3 Petra Kronberger  Austria 24 9 15
Karen Percy  Canada 24 15 9
5 Vreni Schneider   Switzerland 20 - 20
6 Maria Walliser   Switzerland 16 10 6
7 Lucia Medzihradzká  Czechoslovakia 15 11 4
8 Michaela Gerg  West Germany 12 12 -
9 Blanca Fernández Ochoa  Spain 11 - 11
10 Ulrike Maier  Austria 10 - 10

Nations Cup[edit]

Overall[edit]

Place Country Total Men Ladies
1  Austria 2004 980 1024
2   Switzerland 1975 891 1084
3  West Germany 845 328 517
4  Italy 727 687 40
5  France 578 247 331
6  Canada 471 246 225
7  Yugoslavia 310 113 197
8  Sweden 290 197 93
9  United States 191 85 106
10  Spain 190 0 190
11  Luxembourg 142 142 0
12  Norway 77 77 0
13  Liechtenstein 76 70 6
14  Japan 51 46 5
15  Czechoslovakia 49 18 31
16  United Kingdom 21 18 3
17  Soviet Union 16 0 16
18  Australia 13 13 0
19  New Zealand 2 0 2
20  Denmark 1 1 0
 Chile 1 0 1

Men[edit]

All points were shown. But without parallel slaloms, because result ? (Also possible, that the parallel slaloms were only show-events.)

Place Country Total DH SG GS SL KB Racers Wins
1  Austria 980 148 149 293 313 77 22 5
2   Switzerland 891 477 111 194 56 53 15 10
3  Italy 687 210 65 133 279 0 20 10
4  West Germany 328 75 58 73 97 25 14 1
5  France 247 117 64 23 5 38 8 1
6  Canada 246 211 27 0 0 8 7 2
7  Sweden 197 22 15 46 94 20 6 0
8  Luxembourg 142 59 38 30 15 0 1 0
9  Yugoslavia 113 0 1 23 89 0 5 0
10  United States 85 9 0 8 53 15 5 0
11  Norway 77 38 8 0 12 19 6 0
12  Liechtenstein 70 0 9 9 52 0 2 1
13  Japan 46 4 0 0 42 0 2 0
14  Czechoslovakia 18 0 0 0 1 17 2 0
 United Kingdom 18 13 5 0 0 0 2 0
16  Australia 13 3 7 0 0 3 1 0
17  Denmark 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

Ladies[edit]

All points were shown. But without parallel slaloms, because result ? (Also possible, that the parallel slaloms were only show-events.)

Place Country Total DH SG GS SL KB Racers Wins
1   Switzerland 1084 484 126 167 214 93 15 16
2  Austria 1024 243 167 150 390 74 19 4
3  West Germany 517 130 125 154 75 33 12 2
4  France 331 22 26 172 111 0 8 2
5  Canada 225 167 19 0 10 29 6 0
6  Yugoslavia 197 0 24 87 86 0 4 3
7  Spain 190 0 40 66 73 11 1 1
8  United States 106 29 12 15 44 6 14 0
9  Sweden 93 0 0 16 77 0 5 0
10  Italy 40 18 14 0 8 0 3 0
11  Czechoslovakia 31 0 0 0 16 15 2 0
12  Soviet Union 16 16 0 0 0 0 2 0
13  Liechtenstein 6 0 0 6 0 0 1 0
14  Japan 5 0 0 0 0 5 1 0
15  United Kingdom 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 0
16  New Zealand 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0
17  Chile 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1988 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  2. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1988 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

External links[edit]