2007 Alpine Skiing World Cup – Men's Slalom

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2007 Men's Slalom World Cup
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The Men's Slalom World Cup 2006/2007 involved 10 events at sites in North America and Europe between November 2006 and March 2007.

Calendar[edit]

Round Race No Place Country Date Winner Second Third
1 1 Levi  Finland November 12, 2006 Austria Benjamin Raich Sweden Markus Larsson Italy Giorgio Rocca
2 7 Beaver Creek  United States December 3, 2006 Sweden André Myhrer Canada Michael Janyk Germany Felix Neureuther
3 12 Alta Badia  Italy December 18, 2006 Sweden Markus Larsson United States Ted Ligety Croatia Ivica Kostelić
4 18 Adelboden   Switzerland January 7, 2007 Switzerland Marc Berthod Austria Benjamin Raich Austria Mario Matt
5 22 Kitzbühel  Austria January 27, 2007 Sweden Jens Byggmark Austria Mario Matt Germany Alois Vogl
6 23 Kitzbühel  Austria January 28, 2007 Sweden Jens Byggmark Austria Mario Matt Italy Manfred Mölgg
7 24 Schladming  Austria January 30, 2007 Austria Benjamin Raich Sweden Jens Byggmark Austria Mario Matt
8 27 Garmisch  Germany February 25, 2007 Austria Mario Matt Germany Felix Neureuther Austria Benjamin Raich
9 29 Kranjska Gora  Slovenia March 4, 2007 Austria Mario Matt Austria Benjamin Raich Italy Manfred Mölgg
10 36 Lenzerheide   Switzerland March 18, 2007 Austria Benjamin Raich Austria Mario Matt Italy Manfred Mölgg

Final point standings[edit]

In Men's Slalom World Cup 2006/07 all results count.

Place Name Country Total Points 1Finland 7United States 12Italy 18Switzerland 22Austria 23Austria 24Austria 27Germany 29Slovenia 36Switzerland
1 Benjamin Raich  Austria 605 100 - - 80 45 40 100 60 80 100
2 Mario Matt  Austria 600 22 18 - 60 80 80 60 100 100 80
3 Jens Byggmark  Sweden 490 40 45 26 32 100 100 80 22 - 45
4 Markus Larsson  Sweden 340 80 - 100 45 - 24 22 29 40 -
5 Manfred Mölgg  Italy 334 - - 11 36 22 60 40 45 60 60
6 Marc Berthod   Switzerland 322 - - - 100 - 50 50 36 36 50
7 Michael Janyk  Canada 279 36 80 - 29 29 - - 50 26 29
8 Felix Neureuther  Germany 264 13 60 13 13 40 45 - 80 - -
9 Kalle Palander  Finland 247 24 22 45 50 13 29 - 40 - 24
10 Jean-Baptiste Grange  France 242 - 20 32 20 - 16 32 32 50 40
11 Giorgio Rocca  Italy 213 60 - 50 40 18 - 45 - - -
12 Manfred Pranger  Austria 207 29 36 - - - 32 29 - 45 36
13 André Myhrer  Sweden 188 - 100 - - 26 - 36 6 - 20
14 Silvan Zurbriggen   Switzerland 171 26 16 13 - 50 20 - - 20 26
15 Ted Ligety  United States 170 - - 80 - 16 36 14 - 6 18
16 Ivica Kostelić  Croatia 144 - - 60 - 36 - - - 26 22
17 Cristian Deville  Italy 133 8 24 18 15 - 8 16 26 18 -
18 Thomas Grandi  Canada 126 32 45 18 - - - - 18 13 -
19 Marc Gini   Switzerland 124 - 26 - 8 26 26 - 9 29 -
20 Reinfried Herbst  Austria 121 - - - - 10 13 24 20 22 32
21 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 118 11 14 11 - 20 15 20 11 - 16
22 Daniel Albrecht   Switzerland 104 - 50 - 26 - - 12 16 - -
23 Akira Sasaki  Japan 90 - - 36 18 - - - - 36 -
24 Martin Hansson  Sweden 89 15 - 15 - - 22 26 - 11 -
Julien Lizeroux  France 89 - - 40 22 - 14 - 13 - -
26 Rainer Schönfelder  Austria 86 45 - - - 32 - - - 9 -
27 Anton Lahdenperä  Sweden 73 - 29 7 12 - - 9 - 16 -
28 Johan Brolenius  Sweden 72 - - 14 - - 9 15 24 10 -
Alois Vogl  Germany 70 10 - - - 60 - - - - -
30 Bernard Vajdič  Slovenia 66 7 10 29 - - - 13 7 - -
31 Jimmy Cochran  United States 57 16 9 20 - 12 - - - - -
32 Mitja Valenčič  Slovenia 54 - - 11 9 - - 20 - 14 -
33 Alexandre Anselmet  France 52 - 36 6 - - 10 - - - -
34 Stéphane Tissot  France 50 50 - - - - - - - - -
35 Alexander Koll  Austria 47 - - - - 14 18 11 4 - -
36 Pierrick Bourgeat  France 45 9 - - - 15 11 - 10 - -
37 Kurt Engl  Austria 44 - - - 16 11 12 - 5 - -
38 Patrick Thaler  Italy 36 - - 24 - - - - 12 - -
39 Mitja Dragšič  Slovenia 34 - - 8 14 - - - - 12 -
40 Romed Baumann  Austria 28 18 - - 10 - - - - - -
Truls Ove Karlsen  Norway 28 - 13 - - - - - - 15 -
42 Ondřej Bank  Czech Republic 24 - - - 24 - - - - - -
Gaetan Llorach  France 24 - - - - 9 - - 15 - -
44 Sandro Viletta   Switzerland 22 - - - - - - - 15 7 -
Oscar Andersson  Sweden 22 - - 22 - - - - - - -
46 Filip Trejbal  Czech Republic 20 - 12 - - 8 - - - - -
Kentaro Minagawa  Japan 20 20 - - - - - - - - -
48 Mattias Hargin  Sweden 19 - - - 11 - - 8 - - -
49 Andreas Omminger  Austria 15 - 15 - - - - - - - -
50 Jukka Leino  Finland 14 14 - - - - - - - - -
51 Patrick Biggs  Canada 12 12 - - - - - - - - -
52 Paul Stutz  Canada 11 - 11 - - - - - - - -
53 Fredrik Nordh  Sweden 10 - - - - - - 10 - - -
54 Steve Missillier  France 9 6 - - - - - - 3 - -
55 Bode Miller  United States 8 - - - - - - - - 8 -
Christoph Dreier  Austria 8 - - - - - - - 8 - -
57 Giuliano Razzoli  Italy 7 - - - - 7 - - - - -
58 Hans-Petter Buraas  Norway 5 5 - - - - - - - - -
59 Aleš Gorza  Slovenia 4 4 - - - - - - - - -
60 Naoki Yuasa  Japan 2 - - - - - - - 2 - -

Note:

In the last race only the best racers were allowed to compete and only the best 15 finishers were awarded with points.

Men's Slalom Team Results[edit]

bold = highest score italics = race wins

Place Country Total Points 1Finland 7United States 12Italy 18Switzerland 22Austria 23Austria 24Austria 27Germany 29Slovenia 36Switzerland Racers Wins
1  Austria 1761 214 69 - 166 192 195 224 197 256 248 10 5
2  Sweden 1303 135 174 184 100 126 155 206 81 122 20 9 4
3   Switzerland 743 26 92 13 134 76 96 62 76 92 76 5 1
4  Italy 723 68 24 103 91 47 68 101 83 78 60 5 0
5  France 511 65 56 78 42 24 51 32 73 50 40 7 0
6  Canada 428 80 136 18 29 29 - - 68 39 29 4 0
7  Germany 334 23 60 13 13 100 45 - 80 - - 2 0
8  Finland 247 38 22 45 50 13 29 - 40 - 24 2 0
9  United States 235 16 9 100 - 28 36 14 - 14 18 3 0
10  Slovenia 158 11 10 48 23 - - 33 7 26 - 4 0
11  Norway 151 16 27 11 - 20 15 20 11 15 16 3 0
12  Croatia 144 - - 60 - 36 - - - 26 22 1 0
13  Japan 112 20 - 36 18 - - - 2 36 - 3 0
14  Czech Republic 44 - 12 - 24 8 - - - - - 2 0
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