1997–98 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 1997/98
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Austria Hermann Maier Germany Katja Seizinger
Downhill Austria Andreas Schifferer Germany Katja Seizinger
Super G Austria Hermann Maier Germany Katja Seizinger
Giant Slalom Austria Hermann Maier Germany Martina Ertl
Slalom Austria Thomas Sykora Sweden Ylva Nowén
Nations Cup Austria Austria Germany Germany
Nations Cup overall Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 18 12
Individual 37 33

The 32nd World Cup season began in October 1997 in Tignes, France, and concluded in March 1998 at the World Cup Finals in Crans-Montana, Switzerland. The overall winners were Hermann Maier of Austria, his first, and Katja Seizinger of Germany, her second.[1]

A break in the schedule in February was for the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan.

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Combined, PS – Parallel Slalom[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
933 1 24 October 1997   France Tignes PS 002  Austria Josef Strobl Norway Kjetil André Aamodt Austria Hermann Maier
934 2 26 October 1997   GS 238  Switzerland Michael von Grünigen Switzerland Steve Locher Austria Hermann Maier
935 3 20 November 1997   United States Park City GS 239  Austria Hermann Maier Norway Kjetil André Aamodt Canada Thomas Grandi
936 4 22 November 1997   SL 275  Austria Thomas Stangassinger Iceland Kristinn Björnsson Norway Finn Christian Jagge
937 5 4 December 1997   United States Beaver Creek DH 274  Italy Kristian Ghedina France Jean-Luc Crétier Norway Lasse Kjus
938 6 5 December 1997   DH 275  Austria Andreas Schifferer Austria Hermann Maier Austria Stephan Eberharter
939 7 6 December 1997   SG 075  Austria Hermann Maier Austria Stephan Eberharter Austria Hans Knauß
940 8 14 December 1997   France Val d'Isère GS 240  Switzerland Michael von Grünigen Austria Stephan Eberharter Austria Hans Knauß
941 9 15 December 1997   Italy Sestriere SL 276  Norway Finn Christian Jagge Austria Thomas Sykora Norway Hans Petter Buraas
942 10 21 December 1997   Italy Alta Badia GS 241  Austria Christian Mayer Switzerland Michael von Grünigen Austria Hermann Maier
943 11 29 December 1997   Italy Bormio DH 276  Austria Hermann Maier Austria Andreas Schifferer Austria Werner Franz
944 12 30 December 1997   DH 277  Austria Andreas Schifferer Austria Werner Franz Norway Lasse Kjus
945 13 3 January 1998   Slovenia Kranjska Gora GS 242  Austria Christian Mayer Austria Hermann Maier Switzerland Michael von Grünigen
946 14 4 January 1998   SL 277  Austria Thomas Sykora France Pierrick Bourgeat Austria Thomas Stangassinger
947 15 6 January 1998   Austria Saalbach GS 243  Austria Hermann Maier Italy Alberto Tomba Austria Rainer Salzgeber
948 16 8 January 1998   Austria Schladming SL 278  Italy Alberto Tomba Austria Thomas Sykora Norway Hans Petter Buraas
949 17 10 January 1998   SG 076  Austria Hermann Maier Austria Stephan Eberharter Italy Luca Cattaneo
950 18 11 January 1998   SG 077  Austria Hermann Maier Austria Andreas Schifferer Austria Stephan Eberharter
951 19 13 January 1998   Switzerland Adelboden GS 244  Austria Hermann Maier Switzerland Michael von Grünigen Switzerland Paul Accola
952 20 16 January 1998   Switzerland Wengen DH 278  Austria Hermann Maier France Nicolas Burtin Austria Andreas Schifferer
953 21 17 January 1998   DH 279  Austria Andreas Schifferer France Jean-Luc Crétier Austria Hermann Maier
954 22 18 January 1998   Switzerland Veysonnaz SL 279  Austria Thomas Stangassinger Iceland Kristinn Björnsson Japan Kiminobu Kimura
955 23 16 January 1998  
18 January 1998  
Switzerland Wengen (DH)
Switzerland Veysonnaz (SL)
KB 074  Austria Hermann Maier Switzerland Bruno Kernen II Switzerland Paul Accola
956 24 23 January 1998   Austria Kitzbühel DH 280  Switzerland Didier Cuche France Nicolas Burtin France Jean-Luc Crétier
957 25 24 January 1998   DH 281  Italy Kristian Ghedina Switzerland Didier Cuche Austria Josef Strobl
958 26 25 January 1998   SL 280  Austria Thomas Stangassinger Austria Thomas Sykora Norway Ole Kristian Furuseth
959 27 25 January 1998   KB 075  Norway Kjetil André Aamodt Austria Werner Franz Canada Ed Podivinsky
960 28 26 January 1998   SL 281  Austria Thomas Sykora Norway Hans Petter Buraas Austria Thomas Stangassinger
961 29 31 January 1998   Germany Garmisch-Partenkirchen DH 282  Austria Andreas Schifferer France Nicolas Burtin Austria Hermann Maier
962 30 1 February 1998   SG 078  Austria Hermann Maier Austria Hans Knauß Norway Lasse Kjus
1998 Winter Olympics (10–21 February)
963 31 28 February 1998   South Korea Yongpyong GS 245  Switzerland Michael von Grünigen Austria Christian Mayer Austria Hermann Maier
964 32 1 March 1998   SL 282  Norway Ole Kristian Furuseth Norway Finn Christian Jagge Norway Tom Stiansen
965 33 7 March 1998   Norway Kvitfjell DH 283  France Nicolas Burtin Italy Werner Perathoner Norway Lasse Kjus
Austria Josef Strobl
966 34 8 March 1998   SG 079  Austria Hans Knauß Sweden Patrik Järbyn Switzerland Didier Cuche
967 35 13 March 1998   Switzerland Crans-Montana DH 284  Austria Josef Strobl Switzerland Didier Cuche Austria Fritz Strobl
968 36 14 March 1998   GS 246  Austria Stephan Eberharter Austria Hans Knauß Austria Hermann Maier
969 37 15 March 1998   SL 283  Italy Alberto Tomba Norway Hans Petter Buraas Norway Finn Christian Jagge

Ladies[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Combined, PS – Parallel Slalom[3]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
868 1 24 October 1997   France Tignes PS 002  France Leila Piccard Sweden Ylva Nowén Austria Alexandra Meissnitzer
869 2 25 October 1997   GS 232  Italy Deborah Compagnoni Germany Martina Ertl Sweden Martina Fortkord
870 3 21 November 1997   United States Park City GS 233  Italy Deborah Compagnoni Austria Alexandra Meissnitzer Norway Andrine Flemmen
871 4 23 November 1997   SL 267  Australia Zali Steggall Sweden Ylva Nowén New Zealand Claudia Riegler
872 5 28 November 1997   United States Mammoth Mountain PS 003  Germany Hilde Gerg Germany Martina Ertl Austria Alexandra Meissnitzer
873 6 29 November 1997   SG 077  Germany Katja Seizinger Italy Isolde Kostner Germany Katharina Gutensohn
874 7 4 December 1997   Canada Lake Louise DH 231  Germany Katja Seizinger Germany Katharina Gutensohn Austria Renate Götschl
875 8 5 December 1997   DH 232  Germany Katja Seizinger France Mélanie Suchet Italy Isolde Kostner
876 9 6 December 1997   SG 078  Germany Katja Seizinger Germany Hilde Gerg Italy Isolde Kostner
877 10 17 December 1997   France Val d'Isère DH 233  Germany Katja Seizinger Germany Hilde Gerg Norway Ingeborg Helen Marken
878 11 18 December 1997   SG 079  Germany Katja Seizinger Austria Renate Götschl Germany Hilde Gerg
879 12 19 December 1997   GS 234  Italy Deborah Compagnoni Austria Alexandra Meissnitzer France Leila Piccard
880 13 20 December 1997   SL 268  Sweden Ylva Nowén Italy Deborah Compagnoni Slovenia Urška Hrovat
881 14 20 December 1997   KB 064  Germany Hilde Gerg Germany Katja Seizinger Germany Martina Ertl
882 15 27 December 1997   Austria Lienz SL 269  Sweden Ylva Nowén Italy Deborah Compagnoni Slovenia Urška Hrovat
883 16 28 December 1997   SL 270  Sweden Ylva Nowén United States Kristina Koznick Italy Deborah Compagnoni
884 17 5 January 1998   Italy Bormio SL 271  Sweden Ylva Nowén Germany Hilde Gerg Slovenia Špela Pretnar
885 18 6 January 1998   GS 235  Italy Deborah Compagnoni Germany Martina Ertl Austria Alexandra Meissnitzer
886 19 10 January 1998   Italy Bormio GS 236  Germany Martina Ertl Germany Katja Seizinger Italy Deborah Compagnoni
887 20 11 January 1998   SL 272  Germany Hilde Gerg United States Kristina Koznick Slovenia Špela Pretnar
888 21 18 January 1998   Austria Altenmarkt DH 234  Austria Renate Götschl Germany Katja Seizinger Austria Alexandra Meissnitzer
889 22 18 January 1998   SG 080  Germany Martina Ertl Switzerland Heidi Zurbriggen France Mélanie Suchet
890 23 22 January 1998   Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo DH 235  Italy Isolde Kostner Austria Renate Götschl France Florence Masnada
891 24 23 January 1998   SG 081  France Mélanie Suchet Germany Regina Häusl Italy Karen Putzer
892 25 24 January 1998   SG 082  Germany Katja Seizinger Austria Renate Götschl Italy Isolde Kostner
893 26 25 January 1998   GS 237  Germany Martina Ertl Germany Katja Seizinger France Sophie Lefranc-Duvillard
894 27 28 January 1998   Sweden Åre GS 238  Germany Martina Ertl Switzerland Sonja Nef Sweden Anna Ottosson
895 28 29 January 1998   SL 273  United States Kristina Koznick Germany Hilde Gerg Austria Sabine Egger
896 29 31 January 1998   DH 236  Germany Katja Seizinger Austria Renate Götschl France Florence Masnada
897 30 31 January 1998   KB 065  Germany Hilde Gerg Germany Martina Ertl Germany Katja Seizinger
1998 Winter Olympics (10–21 February)
898 31 1 March 1998   Austria Saalbach SL 274  Germany Martina Ertl Norway Trine Bakke United States Kristina Koznick
899 32 14 March 1998   Switzerland Crans-Montana SL 275  Slovenia Urška Hrovat Germany Martina Ertl Germany Hilde Gerg
900 33 15 March 1998   GS 239  Austria Alexandra Meissnitzer Germany Martina Ertl Italy Deborah Compagnoni

Men[edit]

Overall[edit]

Place Name Country Total
1 Hermann Maier  Austria 1685
2 Andreas Schifferer  Austria 1114
3 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 1030
4 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 901
5 Hans Knauss  Austria 888
6 Michael von Grünigen   Switzerland 746
7 Josef Strobl  Austria 697
8 Didier Cuche   Switzerland 627
9 Christian Mayer  Austria 590
10 Lasse Kjus  Norway 578

Downhill[edit]

Place Name Country Total
1 Andreas Schifferer  Austria 655
2 Hermann Maier  Austria 479
3 Nicolas Burtin  France 469
4 Didier Cuche   Switzerland 424
5 Jean-Luc Cretier  France 414

Super G[edit]

Place Name Country Total
1 Hermann Maier  Austria 400
2 Hans Knauss  Austria 256
3 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 220
4 Patrik Järbyn  Sweden 195
5 Andreas Schifferer  Austria 185

Giant Slalom[edit]

Place Name Country Total
1 Hermann Maier  Austria 620
2 Michael von Grünigen   Switzerland 560
3 Christian Mayer  Austria 429
4 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 388
5 Hans Knauss  Austria 375

Slalom[edit]

Place Name Country Total
1 Thomas Sykora  Austria 521
2 Thomas Stangassinger  Austria 517
3 Hans Petter Buraas  Norway 420
4 Finn Christian Jagge  Norway 345
5 Kiminobu Kimura  Japan 316

Combined[edit]

Place Name Country Total
1 Werner Franz  Austria 120
2 Hermann Maier  Austria 100
Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 100
4 Bruno Kernen   Switzerland 80
5 Paul Accola   Switzerland 60
Ed Podivinsky  Canada 60

Ladies[edit]

Overall[edit]

Place Name Country Total
1 Katja Seizinger  Germany 1655
2 Martina Ertl-Renz  Germany 1508
3 Hilde Gerg  Germany 1391
4 Deborah Compagnoni  Italy 912
5 Alexandra Meissnitzer  Austria 884
6 Ylva Nowen  Sweden 815
7 Renate Götschl  Austria 787
8 Isolde Kostner  Italy 695
9 Urška Hrovat  Slovenia 592
10 Heidi Zurbriggen   Switzerland 561

Downhill[edit]

Place Name Country Total
1 Katja Seizinger  Germany 520
2 Renate Götschl  Austria 392
3 Isolde Kostner  Italy 292
4 Melanie Suchet  France 237
5 Hilde Gerg  Germany 224

Super G[edit]

Place Name Country Total
1 Katja Seizinger  Germany 445
2 Renate Götschl  Austria 305
3 Isolde Kostner  Italy 266
4 Martina Ertl  Germany 259
5 Melanie Suchet  France 228

Giant Slalom[edit]

Place Name Country Total
1 Martina Ertl  Germany 591
2 Deborah Compagnoni  Italy 565
3 Alexandra Meissnitzer  Austria 445
4 Sonja Nef   Switzerland 359
5 Andrine Flemmen  Norway 296
6 Katja Seizinger  Germany 295

Slalom[edit]

Place Name Country Total
1 Ylva Nowen  Sweden 620
2 Kristina Koznick  United States 560
3 Hilde Gerg  Italy 451
4 Urska Hrovat  Slovenia 423
5 Martina Ertl  Germany 320

Combined[edit]

Place Name Country Total
1 Hilde Gerg  Germany 200
2 Katja Seizinger  Germany 140
Martina Ertl  Germany 140
4 Morena Gallizio  Italy 77
5 Florence Masnada  France 76

References[edit]

  1. ^ de:Alpiner Skiweltcup 1998
  2. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1998 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  3. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 1998 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

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