2010–11 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2010/11
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Croatia Ivica Kostelić Germany Maria Riesch
Downhill Switzerland Didier Cuche United States Lindsey Vonn
Super-G Switzerland Didier Cuche United States Lindsey Vonn
Giant slalom United States Ted Ligety Germany Viktoria Rebensburg
Slalom Croatia Ivica Kostelić Austria Marlies Schild
Super combined Croatia Ivica Kostelić United States Lindsey Vonn
Nations Cup Austria Austria Austria Austria
Nations Cup Overall Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 19 18
Individual 36 33
Mixed 1 1
Cancelled 3 5
Rescheduled 1 3
2011 World Cup Champions
Ivica Kostelić became the first man from Croatia to win the overall World Cup.
Maria Riesch became the first German woman since Katja Seizinger in 1998 to win the overall World Cup.

The 45th World Cup season began on 23 October 2010, in Sölden, Austria, and concluded on 20 March 2011, at the World Cup finals in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.[1]

Being an odd-numbered year, the biennial World Championships took place in February. The 2011 World Championships were held between 8–20 February at Garmisch Classic in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, Germany.

The season saw the introduction of a new event to the World Cup, the city event. The race in parallel giant slalom took place in Munich, Germany.[2]

The overall titles were won by Maria Riesch of Germany and Ivica Kostelić of Croatia; both skiers winning their first overall crowns. Kostelić secured his overall victory several races before the end of the season while Riesch and Lindsey Vonn of the United States were close together before the finals at Lenzerheide, Switzerland. Riesch had a significant lead after the World Championship but Vonn caught up and took the lead before the last slalom race. Slovenia's Tina Maze won her first slalom in that race, Riesch's fourth place compared to Vonn's thirteenth gave her a three-point advantage.[3] The cancellation of the last race – one of four to be cancelled at Lenzerheide – meant that Riesch won the title.[4]

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Classic Combined, SC – Super Combined, CE – City Event (Parallel Slalom)[5]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
24 October 2010   Austria Sölden GS cnx  cancelled after 1st run; fog & wind[6]
1408 1 14 November 2010   Finland Levi SL 402  France Jean-Baptiste Grange Sweden André Myhrer Croatia Ivica Kostelić [1]
1409 2 27 November 2010   Canada Lake Louise DH 405  Austria Michael Walchhofer Austria Mario Scheiber
Norway Aksel Lund Svindal
[2]
1410 3 28 November 2010   SG 153  Switzerland Tobias Grünenfelder Switzerland Carlo Janka Austria Romed Baumann [3]
3 December 2010   United States Beaver Creek DH cnx  strong winds; replaced in Kvitfjell on 11 March 2011[7]
1411 4 4 December 2010   SG 154  Austria Georg Streitberger France Adrien Théaux Switzerland Didier Cuche [4]
1412 5 5 December 2010   GS 341  United States Ted Ligety Norway Kjetil Jansrud Austria Marcel Hirscher [5]
1413 6 11 December 2010   France Val-d'Isère GS 342  United States Ted Ligety Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Italy Massimiliano Blardone [6]
1414 7 12 December 2010   SL 403  Austria Marcel Hirscher Austria Benjamin Raich France Steve Missillier [7]
1415 8 17 December 2010   Italy Val Gardena SG 155  Austria Michael Walchhofer Germany Stephan Keppler Canada Erik Guay [8]
1416 9 18 December 2010   DH 406  Switzerland Silvan Zurbriggen Austria Romed Baumann Switzerland Didier Cuche [9]
1417 10 19 December 2010   Italy Alta Badia GS 343  United States Ted Ligety France Cyprien Richard France Thomas Fanara [10]
1418 11 29 December 2010   Italy Bormio DH 407  Austria Michael Walchhofer Switzerland Silvan Zurbriggen Italy Christof Innerhofer [11]
1419 12 2 January 2011   Germany Munich CE 003  Croatia Ivica Kostelić France Julien Lizeroux United States Bode Miller [12]
1420 13 6 January 2011   Croatia Zagreb SL 404  Sweden André Myhrer Croatia Ivica Kostelić Sweden Mattias Hargin [13]
1421 14 8 January 2011   Switzerland Adelboden GS 344  France Cyprien Richard
Norway Aksel Lund Svindal
France Thomas Fanara [14]
1422 15 9 January 2011   SL 405  Croatia Ivica Kostelić Austria Marcel Hirscher Austria Reinfried Herbst [15]
1423 16 14 January 2011   Switzerland Wengen SC 109  Croatia Ivica Kostelić Switzerland Carlo Janka Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [16]
1424 17 15 January 2011   DH 408  Austria Klaus Kröll Switzerland Didier Cuche Switzerland Carlo Janka [17]
1425 18 16 January 2011   SL 406  Croatia Ivica Kostelić Austria Marcel Hirscher France Jean-Baptiste Grange [18]
1426 19 21 January 2011   Austria Kitzbühel SG 156  Croatia Ivica Kostelić Austria Georg Streitberger Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [19]
1427 20 22 January 2011   DH 409  Switzerland Didier Cuche United States Bode Miller France Adrien Théaux [20]
1428 21 23 January 2011   SL 407  France Jean-Baptiste Grange Croatia Ivica Kostelić Italy Giuliano Razzoli [21]
1429 22 23 January 2011   KB 110  Croatia Ivica Kostelić Switzerland Silvan Zurbriggen Austria Romed Baumann [22]
1430 23 25 January 2011   Austria Schladming SL 408  France Jean-Baptiste Grange Sweden André Myhrer Sweden Mattias Hargin [23]
1431 24 29 January 2011   France Chamonix DH 410  Switzerland Didier Cuche Italy Dominik Paris Austria Klaus Kröll [24]
1432 25 30 January 2011   SC 111  Croatia Ivica Kostelić Croatia Natko Zrnčić-Dim Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [25]
1433 26 5 February 2011   Austria Hinterstoder SG 157  Austria Hannes Reichelt Austria Benjamin Raich United States Bode Miller [26]
1434 27 6 February 2011   GS 345  Austria Philipp Schörghofer Norway Kjetil Jansrud Switzerland Carlo Janka [27]
2011 World Championships (8–20 February)
1435 28 26 February 2011   Bulgaria Bansko SC 112  Italy Christof Innerhofer Germany Felix Neureuther France Thomas Mermillod-Blondin [28]
1436 29 27 February 2011   SL 409  Austria Mario Matt Austria Reinfried Herbst France Jean-Baptiste Grange [29]
1437 30 5 March 2011   Slovenia Kranjska Gora GS 346  Switzerland Carlo Janka France Alexis Pinturault United States Ted Ligety [30]
1438 31 6 March 2011   SL 410  Austria Mario Matt United States Nolan Kasper
Sweden Axel Bäck
[31]
1439 32 [nb 1]11 March 2011   Norway Kvitfjell DH 411  Switzerland Beat Feuz Canada Erik Guay Austria Michael Walchhofer [32]
1440 33 12 March 2011   DH 412  Austria Michael Walchhofer Austria Klaus Kröll Switzerland Beat Feuz [33]
1441 34 13 March 2011   SG 158  Switzerland Didier Cuche Austria Klaus Kröll Austria Joachim Puchner [34]
1442 35 16 March 2011   Switzerland Lenzerheide DH 413  France Adrien Théaux Austria Joachim Puchner Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [35]
17 March 2011   SG cnx  rain[8]
18 March 2011   GS cnx  poor conditions[9]
1443 36 19 March 2011   SL 411  Italy Giuliano Razzoli Austria Mario Matt Germany Felix Neureuther [36]

Ladies[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, SC – Super Combined, CE – City Event (Parallel Slalom)[10]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
1318 1 23 October 2010   Austria Sölden GS 340  Germany Viktoria Rebensburg Germany Kathrin Hölzl Italy Manuela Mölgg [37]
1319 2 13 November 2010   Finland Levi SL 383  Austria Marlies Schild Germany Maria Riesch Finland Tanja Poutiainen [38]
1320 3 27 November 2010   United States Aspen GS 341  France Tessa Worley Germany Viktoria Rebensburg Germany Kathrin Hölzl [39]
1321 4 28 November 2010   SL 384  Sweden Maria Pietilä Holmner Germany Maria Riesch Finland Tanja Poutiainen [40]
1322 5 3 December 2010   Canada Lake Louise DH 337  Germany Maria Riesch United States Lindsey Vonn Austria Elisabeth Görgl [41]
1323 6 4 December 2010   DH 338  Germany Maria Riesch United States Lindsey Vonn Switzerland Dominique Gisin [42]
1324 7 5 December 2010   SG 172  United States Lindsey Vonn Germany Maria Riesch United States Julia Mancuso [43]
11 December 2010   Switzerland St. Moritz SG cnx  cancelled during 1st run, strong winds; replaced in Val-d'Isère on 17 December 2010[11]
1325 8 12 December 2010   GS 342  France Tessa Worley Finland Tanja Poutiainen Slovenia Tina Maze [44]
[nb 2]17 December 2010   France Val-d'Isère SG cnx  canceled; heavy snow; replaced in Cortina d'Ampezzo on 21 January 2011[12]
1326 9 18 December 2010   DH 339  United States Lindsey Vonn Switzerland Nadja Kamer Switzerland Lara Gut [45]
1327 10 19 December 2010   SC 087  United States Lindsey Vonn Austria Elisabeth Görgl Austria Nicole Hosp [46]
1328 11 21 December 2010   France Courchevel SL 385  Austria Marlies Schild Finland Tanja Poutiainen Slovenia Tina Maze [47]
1329 12 28 December 2010   Austria Semmering GS 343  France Tessa Worley Germany Maria Riesch Germany Kathrin Hölzl [48]
1330 13 29 December 2010   SL 386  Austria Marlies Schild Germany Maria Riesch Germany Christina Geiger [49]
1331 14 2 January 2011   Germany Munich CE 004  Sweden Maria Pietilä Holmner Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Elisabeth Görgl [50]
1332 15 4 January 2011   Croatia Zagreb SL 387  Austria Marlies Schild Germany Maria Riesch Italy Manuela Mölgg [51]
1333 16 8 January 2011   Austria Zauchensee DH 340  United States Lindsey Vonn Sweden Anja Pärson Austria Anna Fenninger [52]
1334 17 9 January 2011   SG 173  Switzerland Lara Gut United States Lindsey Vonn Switzerland Dominique Gisin [53]
1335 18 11 January 2011   Austria Flachau SL 388  Germany Maria Riesch
Finland Tanja Poutiainen
France Nastasia Noens [54]
15 January 2011   Slovenia Maribor GS cnx  cancelled during 1st run, warm weather[13]
16 January 2011   SL cnx  warm weather[13]
1336 19 [nb 3]21 January 2011   Italy Cortina SG 174  United States Lindsey Vonn Sweden Anja Pärson Austria Anna Fenninger [55]
1337 20 22 January 2011   DH 341  Germany Maria Riesch United States Julia Mancuso United States Lindsey Vonn [56]
1338 21 23 January 2011   SG 175  United States Lindsey Vonn Germany Maria Riesch Switzerland Lara Gut [57]
29 January 2011   Italy Sestriere DH cnx  fog; replaced in Sestriere on 30 January 2011[14]
[nb 4]30 January 2011   DH cnx  heavy snow[13]
30 January 2011   SC cnx  originally scheduled; moved to Sestriere on 31 January 2011
[nb 5]31 January 2011   SC cnx  heavy snow; replaced in Tarvisio on 4 March 2011[15]
1339 22 4 February 2011   Germany Arber-Zwiesel SL 389  Austria Marlies Schild Slovakia Veronika Zuzulová Finland Tanja Poutiainen [58]
5 February 2011   GS cnx  strong winds and bad visibility; replaced in Arber-Zwiesel on 6 February 2011[16]
1340 23 [nb 6]6 February 2011   GS 344  Germany Viktoria Rebensburg Italy Federica Brignone Austria Kathrin Zettel [59]
2011 World Championships (8–20 February)
1341 24 25 February 2011   Sweden Åre SC 088  Germany Maria Riesch Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Elisabeth Görgl [60]
1342 25 26 February 2011   DH 342  United States Lindsey Vonn Slovenia Tina Maze Germany Maria Riesch [61]
1343 26 27 February 2011   SG 176  Germany Maria Riesch United States Lindsey Vonn United States Julia Mancuso [62]
1344 27 [nb 7]4 March 2011   Italy Tarvisio SC 089  Slovenia Tina Maze United States Lindsey Vonn Germany Maria Riesch [63]
1345 28 5 March 2011   DH 343  Sweden Anja Pärson United States Lindsey Vonn Austria Elisabeth Görgl [64]
1346 29 6 March 2011   SG 177  United States Lindsey Vonn United States Julia Mancuso Germany Maria Riesch [65]
1347 30 11 March 2011   Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn GS 345  Germany Viktoria Rebensburg Italy Denise Karbon United States Lindsey Vonn [66]
1348 31 12 March 2011   SL 390  Austria Marlies Schild Austria Kathrin Zettel Slovenia Tina Maze [67]
1349 32 16 March 2011   Switzerland Lenzerheide DH 344  United States Julia Mancuso Switzerland Lara Gut Austria Elisabeth Görgl [68]
17 March 2011   SG cnx  rain[8]
1350 33 18 March 2011   SL 391  Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Marlies Schild Slovakia Veronika Zuzulová [69]
19 March 2011   GS cnx  poor conditions[17]

Nation team event[edit]

Event Key: PG – Parallel Giant Slalom
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
5 1 20 March 2011   Switzerland Lenzerheide PG 002   Germany
Viktoria Rebensburg
Maria Riesch
Susanne Riesch
Fritz Dopfer
Stephan Keppler
Felix Neureuther
 Italy
Federica Brignone
Giulia Gianesini
Denise Karbon
Cristian Deville
Manfred Mölgg
Giuliano Razzoli
 Austria
Anna Fenninger
Elisabeth Görgl
Michaela Kirchgasser
Romed Baumann
Hannes Reichelt
Philipp Schörghofer
[70]

Men's standings[edit]

Ladies' standings[edit]

Nations Cup[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Downhill from Beaver Creek was rescheduled to Kvitfjell on 11 March 2011
  2. ^ Super giant slalom from St. Moritz was rescheduled to Val-d'Isère on 17 December 2010
  3. ^ Super giant slalom from St. Moritz and moved to Val-d'Isère was rescheduled in Cortina on 21 January 2011
  4. ^ Downhill from Sestriere rescheduled from 29 to 30 January 2011 was finally canceled
  5. ^ Super combined from Sestriere moved from 30 to 31 January 2011 was rescheduled to Tarvisio on 4 March 2011
  6. ^ Giant slalom from Arber-Zwiesel rescheduled from 5 to 6 February 2011
  7. ^ Super combined from Sestriere moved from 30 to 31 January 2011 was rescheduled to Tarvisio on 4 March 2011

References[edit]

  1. ^ fis-ski.com - Alpine Skiing - FIS World Cup - accessed 2010-10-30.
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