2009–10 Alpine Skiing World Cup

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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2009/10
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Switzerland Carlo Janka United States Lindsey Vonn
Downhill Switzerland Didier Cuche United States Lindsey Vonn
Super-G Canada Erik Guay United States Lindsey Vonn
Giant slalom United States Ted Ligety Germany Kathrin Hölzl
Slalom Austria Reinfried Herbst Germany Maria Riesch
Super combined Austria Benjamin Raich United States Lindsey Vonn
Nations Cup Austria Austria Austria Austria
Nations Cup Overall Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 16 15
Individual 34 32
Mixed 1 1
Cancelled 1
Rescheduled 1 1
2010 World Cup Champions

The 44th World Cup season began on 24 October 2009, in Sölden, Austria, and concluded on 14 March 2010, at the World Cup finals in Garmisch, Germany.[1]

No World Cup events were scheduled in February because of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada; the Olympic alpine events were scheduled for 13–27 February at Whistler Mountain.

The overall titles were won by Carlo Janka of Switzerland and Lindsey Vonn of the U.S., her third consecutive.

The 2010 season also marked the end to a long and successful career for Liechtenstein skier Marco Büchel.

FIS standards require that three events be completed in a discipline for a discipline trophy to be awarded. During this season, there were only three combined races (all super-combined) scheduled for the women. Because the third race was cancelled on 5 March, FIS had to make a decision about whether an official trophy would be awarded for the discipline.[2] Ultimately, FIS decided to award the discipline trophy to the leader after two events, Lindsey Vonn, giving her four crystal globes for the year (overall, downhill, Super G and combined).[3]

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Classic Combined, SC – Super Combined[4]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
1374 1 25 October 2009   Austria Sölden GS 334   Switzerland  Didier Cuche United States Ted Ligety  Switzerland  Carlo Janka [1]
1375 2 15 November 2009   Finland Levi SL 393  Austria Reinfried Herbst Croatia Ivica Kostelić France Jean-Baptiste Grange [2]
1376 3 28 November 2009   Canada Lake Louise DH 397   Switzerland  Didier Cuche Italy Werner Heel  Switzerland  Carlo Janka [3]
1377 4 29 November 2009   SG 147  Canada Manuel Osborne-Paradis Austria Benjamin Raich Austria Michael Walchhofer [4]
1378 5 4 December 2009   United States Beaver Creek SC 105   Switzerland  Carlo Janka  Switzerland  Didier Défago Croatia Natko Zrnčić-Dim [5]
1379 6 5 December 2009   DH 398   Switzerland  Carlo Janka  Switzerland  Didier Cuche Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [6]
1380 7 6 December 2009   GS 335   Switzerland  Carlo Janka Austria Benjamin Raich Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [7]
1381 8 11 December 2009   France Val d'Isère SC 106  Austria Benjamin Raich Austria Marcel Hirscher Italy Manfred Moelgg
Austria Romed Baumann
[8]
1382 9 12 December 2009   SG 148  Austria Michael Walchhofer United States Ted Ligety Italy Werner Heel [9]
1383 10 13 December 2009   GS 336  Austria Marcel Hirscher Italy Massimiliano Blardone Austria Benjamin Raich [10]
1384 11 18 December 2009   Italy Val Gardena SG 149  Norway Aksel Lund Svindal  Switzerland  Carlo Janka Italy Patrick Staudacher [11]
1385 12 19 December 2009   DH 399  Canada Manuel Osborne-Paradis Austria Mario Scheiber France Johan Clarey
 Switzerland  Ambrosi Hoffmann
[12]
1386 13 20 December 2009   Italy Alta Badia GS 337  Italy Massimiliano Blardone Italy Davide Simoncelli France Cyprien Richard [13]
1387 14 21 December 2009   SL 394  Austria Reinfried Herbst  Switzerland  Silvan Zurbriggen Austria Manfred Pranger [14]
1388 15 29 December 2009   Italy Bormio DH 400  Slovenia Andrej Jerman  Switzerland  Didier Défago Austria Michael Walchhofer [15]
1389 16 6 January 2010   Croatia Zagreb SL 395  Italy Giuliano Razzoli Italy Manfred Mölgg France Julien Lizeroux [16]
9 January 2010   Switzerland Adelboden GS cnx  fog; 1st run incomplete; replaced in Kranjska Gora on 26 January 2010 [17]
1390 17 10 January 2010   SL 396  France Julien Lizeroux Austria Marcel Hirscher Croatia Ivica Kostelić [18]
1391 18 15 January 2010   Switzerland Wengen SC 107  United States Bode Miller  Switzerland  Carlo Janka  Switzerland  Silvan Zurbriggen [19]
1392 19 16 January 2010   DH 401   Switzerland  Carlo Janka Canada Manuel Osborne-Paradis Liechtenstein Marco Büchel [20]
1393 20 17 January 2010   SL 397  Croatia Ivica Kostelić Sweden André Myhrer Austria Reinfried Herbst [21]
1394 21 22 January 2010   Austria Kitzbühel SG 150   Switzerland  Didier Cuche Austria Michael Walchhofer Austria Georg Streitberger [22]
1395 22 23 January 2010   DH 402   Switzerland  Didier Cuche Slovenia Andrej Šporn Italy Werner Heel [23]
1396 23 24 January 2010   SL 398  Germany Felix Neureuther France Julien Lizeroux Italy Giuliano Razzoli [24]
1397 24 24 January 2010   KB 108  Croatia Ivica Kostelić  Switzerland  Silvan Zurbriggen Austria Benjamin Raich [25]
1398 25 26 January 2010   Austria Schladming SL 399  Austria Reinfried Herbst  Switzerland  Silvan Zurbriggen Austria Manfred Pranger [26]
1399 26 [nb 1]29 January 2010   Slovenia Kranjska Gora GS 338  United States Ted Ligety Austria Marcel Hirscher Norway Kjetil Jansrud [27]
1400 27 30 January 2010   GS 339  Austria Marcel Hirscher Norway Kjetil Jansrud United States Ted Ligety [28]
1401 28 31 January 2010   SL 400  Austria Reinfried Herbst Austria Marcel Hirscher France Julien Lizeroux [29]
2010 Winter Olympics (14–26 February)
1402 29 6 March 2010   Norway Kvitfjell DH 403   Switzerland  Didier Cuche Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Austria Klaus Kröll [30]
1403 30 7 March 2010   SG 151  Canada Erik Guay Austria Hannes Reichelt Norway Aksel Lund Svindal
 Switzerland  Tobias Grünenfelder
[31]
1404 31 10 March 2010   Germany Garmisch DH 404   Switzerland  Carlo Janka Austria Mario Scheiber Canada Erik Guay
 Switzerland  Patrick Küng
[32]
1405 32 11 March 2010   SG 152  Canada Erik Guay Croatia Ivica Kostelić Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [33]
1406 33 12 March 2010   GS 340   Switzerland  Carlo Janka Italy Davide Simoncelli Austria Philipp Schörghofer
United States Ted Ligety
[34]
1407 34 13 March 2010   SL 401  Germany Felix Neureuther Austria Manfred Pranger Sweden André Myhrer [35]

Ladies[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, SC – Super Combined[5]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
1286 1 24 October 2009   Austria Sölden GS 333  Finland Tanja Poutiainen Austria Kathrin Zettel Italy Denise Karbon [36]
1287 2 14 November 2009   Finland Levi SL 375  Germany Maria Riesch United States Lindsey Vonn Finland Tanja Poutiainen [37]
1288 3 28 November 2009   United States Aspen GS 334  Germany Kathrin Hölzl Austria Kathrin Zettel Italy Federica Brignone [38]
1289 4 29 November 2009   SL 376  Czech Republic Šárka Záhrobská Austria Marlies Schild Austria Kathrin Zettel [39]
1290 5 4 December 2009   Canada Lake Louise DH 329  United States Lindsey Vonn Canada Emily Brydon Germany Maria Riesch [40]
1291 6 5 December 2009   DH 330  United States Lindsey Vonn Germany Maria Riesch Canada Emily Brydon [41]
1292 7 6 December 2009   SG 165  Austria Elisabeth Görgl United States Lindsey Vonn France Ingrid Jacquemod [42]
1293 8 12 December 2009   Sweden Åre GS 335  France Tessa Worley Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Kathrin Zettel [43]
1294 9 13 December 2009   SL 377  France Sandrine Aubert Germany Maria Riesch Germany Susanne Riesch [44]
1295 10 18 December 2009   France Val d'Isère SC 085  United States Lindsey Vonn Germany Maria Riesch Austria Elisabeth Görgl [45]
19 December 2009   DH cnx  snowfall & wind; replaced in Haus im Ennstal 8 January 2010
1296 11 20 December 2009   SG 166   Switzerland  Fränzi Aufdenblatten  Switzerland  Nadia Styger United States Lindsey Vonn [46]
1297 12 28 December 2009   Austria Lienz GS 336  Germany Kathrin Hölzl Italy Manuela Mölgg France Taïna Barioz [47]
1298 13 29 December2009   SL 378  Austria Marlies Schild France Sandrine Aubert Austria Kathrin Zettel [48]
1299 14 3 January 2010   Croatia Zagreb SL 379  France Sandrine Aubert Austria Kathrin Zettel Germany Susanne Riesch [49]
1300 15 [nb 2]8 January 2010   Austria Haus im Ennstal DH 331  United States Lindsey Vonn Sweden Anja Pärson Germany Maria Riesch [50]
1301 16 9 January 2010   DH 332  United States Lindsey Vonn  Switzerland  Nadja Kamer France Ingrid Jacquemod [51]
1302 17 10 January 2010   SG 167  United States Lindsey Vonn Sweden Anja Pärson Italy Nadia Fanchini
 Switzerland  Martina Schild
[52]
1303 18 12 January 2010   Austria Flachau SL 380  Austria Marlies Schild Germany Maria Riesch Austria Kathrin Zettel [53]
1304 19 16 January 2010   Slovenia Maribor GS 337  Austria Kathrin Zettel Germany Maria Riesch Sweden Anja Pärson [54]
1305 20 17 January 2010   SL 381  Austria Kathrin Zettel Slovenia Tina Maze Germany Maria Riesch [55]
1306 21 22 January 2010   Italy Cortina SG 168  United States Lindsey Vonn  Switzerland  Fabienne Suter Sweden Anja Pärson [56]
1307 22 23 January 2010   DH 333  United States Lindsey Vonn Germany Maria Riesch Sweden Anja Pärson
 Switzerland  Nadja Kamer
[57]
1308 23 24 January 2010   GS 338  Finland Tanja Poutiainen Germany Viktoria Rebensburg Germany Kathrin Hölzl [58]
1309 24 9 January 2010   Switzerland St. Moritz SC 086  Sweden Anja Pärson Austria Michaela Kirchgasser United States Lindsey Vonn [59]
1310 25 30 January 2010   DH 334  Germany Maria Riesch France Ingrid Jacquemod  Switzerland  Fabienne Suter [60]
1311 26 31 January 2010   SG 169  United States Lindsey Vonn Austria Andrea Fischbacher
France Marie Marchand-Arvier
[61]
2010 Winter Olympics (14–26 February)
5 March 2010   Switzerland Crans-Montana SC cnx  high winds [62]
1312 27 6 March 2010   DH 335  United States Lindsey Vonn Italy Johanna Schnarf  Switzerland  Marianne Abderhalden [63]
1313 28 7 March 2010   SG 170   Switzerland  Dominique Gisin United States Lindsey Vonn United States Julia Mancuso [64]
1314 29 10 March 2010   Germany Garmisch DH 336  Germany Maria Riesch United States Lindsey Vonn Sweden Anja Pärson [65]
1315 30 11 March 2010   GS 339  Slovenia Tina Maze Germany Kathrin Hölzl Germany Maria Riesch [66]
1316 31 12 March 2010   SG 171  United States Lindsey Vonn Austria Elisabeth Görgl  Switzerland  Nadia Styger [67]
1317 32 13 March 2010   SL 382  Austria Marlies Schild Austria Kathrin Zettel Germany Maria Riesch [68]

Nation team event[edit]

Event Key: PG – Parallel Giant Slalom
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
4 1 14 March 2010   Germany Garmisch PG 001   Czech Republic
Lucie Hrstková
Šárka Záhrobská
Ondřej Bank
Kryštof Krýzl


  Switzerland
Nadja Kamer
Nadia Styger
Fabienne Suter
Marc Berthod
Marc Gini
Sandro Viletta
 Austria
Elisabeth Görgl
Michaela Kirchgasser
Kathrin Zettel
Romed Baumann
Marcel Hirscher
Benjamin Raich

Men's standings[edit]

Ladies' standings[edit]

Nations Cup[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Giant slalom from Adelboden was rescheduled to Kranjska Gora on 26 January 2010
  2. ^ Downhill from Val d'Isère was rescheduled to Haus im Ennstal on 8 January 2010

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 8 December 2010. Retrieved 26 September 2009.
  2. ^ Associated Press (5 March 2010). "US Ski Team: Vonn 'unofficially' clinches super-combined World Cup title when race canceled". Retrieved 2010-03-06.
  3. ^ UPI (11 March 2010). "UPI NewsTrack Sports: Vonn declared super-combined champ". Archived from the original on 17 March 2010. Retrieved 2010-03-13.
  4. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  5. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  6. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 men's overall standings
  7. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 men's downhill standings
  8. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 men's super giant slalom standings
  9. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 men's giant slalom standings
  10. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 men's slalom standings
  11. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 men's combined standings
  12. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 ladies' overall standings
  13. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 ladies' downhill standings
  14. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 ladies' super giant slalom standings
  15. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 ladies' giant slalom standings
  16. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 ladies' slalom standings
  17. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 ladies' combined standings
  18. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 overall nations' cup standings
  19. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 men's nations cup standings
  20. ^ FIS: Alpine World Cup 2010 ladies nations' cup standings

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