2007 IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup

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The 2007 edition of the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup were held from January to March, 2007. It was the eighth season of official World Cup competition in alpine skiing where athletes with a disability compete.

Calendar[edit]

Date Place Discipline Women's winners Men's winners
January 17, 2007 Aspen, Colo.  United States SG 1 Austria Sabine Gasteiger (VI)
United States Laurie Stephens (sit)
Canada Lauren Woolstencroft (stand)
Canada Chris Williamson (VI)
Germany Martin Braxenthaler (sit)
Switzerland Thomas Pfyl (stand)
January 17, 2007 Aspen, Colo.  United States SG 2 no finishers (VI)
Canada Kimberly Joines (sit)
Canada Lauren Woolstencroft (stand)
Canada Chris Williamson (VI)
Germany Martin Braxenthaler (sit)
Switzerland Thomas Pfyl (stand)
January 18, 2007 Aspen, Colo.  United States GS Austria Sabine Gasteiger (VI)
United States Stephani Victor (sit)
Germany Andrea Rothfuss (stand)
Germany Gerd Gradwohl (VI)
Germany Martin Braxenthaler (sit)
Australia Cameron Rahls-Rahbula (stand)
January 19, 2007 Aspen, Colo.  United States GS Austria Sabine Gasteiger (VI)
Austria Claudia Lösch (sit)
Germany Andrea Rothfuss (stand)
Spain Jon Santacana (VI)
Germany Martin Braxenthaler (sit)
Switzerland Thomas Pfyl (stand)
January 20, 2007 Aspen, Colo.  United States SL Austria Sabine Gasteiger (VI)
United States Stephani Victor (sit)
Canada Lauren Woolstencroft (stand)
Canada Chris Williamson (VI)
Germany Martin Braxenthaler (sit)
Australia Marty Mayberry (stand)
January 21, 2007 Aspen, Colo.  United States SL Austria Sabine Gasteiger (VI)
United States Stephani Victor (sit)
Canada Lauren Woolstencroft (stand)
Canada Chris Williamson (VI)
Austria Jürgen Egle (sit)
Japan Masahiko Tokai (stand)
January 24, 2007 Kimberley, B.C.  Canada SG Austria Sabine Gasteiger (VI)
United States Laurie Stephens (sit)
Canada Lauren Woolstencroft (stand)
Canada Chris Williamson (VI)
Australia Shannon Dallas (sit)
Switzerland Thoms Pfyl (stand)
January 25, 2007 Kimberley, B.C.  Canada GS Austria Sabine Gasteiger (VI)
Japan Kuniko Obinata (sit)
Canada Lauren Woolstencroft (stand)
Canada Chris Williamson(VI)
Germany Martin Braxenthaler (sit)
Switzerland Thoms Pfyl (stand)
January 26, 2007 Kimberley, B.C.  Canada SL Austria Sabine Gasteiger (VI)
United States Stephani Victor (sit)
Canada Lauren Woolstencroft (stand)
Spain Jon Santacana (VI)
Japan Takeshi Suzuki (sit)
Japan Masahiko Tokai (stand)
March 5, 2007 Abtenau, Tennengau  Austria SL canceled canceled
March 6, 2007 Abtenau, Tennengau  Austria GS canceled canceled
March 7, 2007 Abtenau, Tennengau  Austria GS canceled canceled
March 8, 2007 Abtenau, Tennengau  Austria SC canceled canceled
March 12, 2007 Arta Terme/Zoncolan,  Italy SL
March 13, 2007 Arta Terme/Zoncolan,  Italy GS
March 14, 2007 Arta Terme/Zoncolan,  Italy SG 1
March 9, 2007
March 14, 2007
Abtenau, Tennengau  Austria
Arta Terme/Zoncolan,  Italy
SG 2 rescheduled rescheduled

Standings[edit]

Women (overall)[edit]

Visually impaired[edit]

Pos. Points
1. Austria (x) Sabine Gasteiger (B 3) 800
2. Canada Kathleen Forestell (B 3) 320
3. Czech Republic Anna Kuliskova (B 2) 220

(x) clinched World Cup title

Sitting[edit]

Pos. Points
1. United States Stephani Victor (LW 12-2) 640
2. Austria Claudia Lösch (LW 11) 555
3. United States Laurie Stephens (LW 12-1) 410

Standing[edit]

Pos. Points
1. Canada Lauren Woolstencroft (LW 3-1) 780
2. Germany Andrea Rothfuss (LW 6/8-2) 660
3. France Solène Jambaqué (LW 9-2) 405

Men's (overall)[edit]

Visually impaired[edit]

Pos. Points
1. Canada Chris Williamson (B 3) 680
2. Spain Jon Santacana (B 2) 605
3. Italy Gianmaria Dal Maistro (B 3) 565

Sitting[edit]

Pos. Points
1. Germany Martin Braxenthaler (LW 10-2) 790
2. Austria Jürgen Egle (LW 11) 476
3. Austria Klaus Salzmann (LW 11) 341

Standing[edit]

Pos. Points
1. Switzerland Thomas Pfyl (LW 9-2) 656
2. Japan Masahiko Tokai (LW 3-2) 583
3. Austria Walter Lackner (LW 6/8-2) 376

Nations Cup[edit]

Pos. Points
1. Austria Austria 4370
2. United States United States 2335
3. Germany Germany 2330

References[edit]