2016–17 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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2016–17 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup champions
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Austria Marcel Hirscher United States Mikaela Shiffrin
Downhill Italy Peter Fill Slovenia Ilka Štuhec
Super-G Norway Kjetil Jansrud Liechtenstein Tina Weirather
Giant slalom Austria Marcel Hirscher France Tessa Worley
Slalom Austria Marcel Hirscher United States Mikaela Shiffrin
Alpine combined France Alexis Pinturault Slovenia Ilka Štuhec
Nations Cup Austria Austria Italy Italy
Nations Cup Overall Austria Austria
Competition
Locations
17 venues
19 venues
Individual
36 events
37 events
Mixed
1 event
1 event
Cancelled
6 events
1 event
Rescheduled
5 events
1 event

The International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Skiing World Cup is the premier circuit for alpine skiing competition. The inaugural FIS World Cup season launched 52 years ago in January 1967 and this 51st season began on 22 October 2016 in Sölden, Austria, and concluded in the United States at Aspen on 19 March 2017. The biennial World Championships interrupted the tour in early February in Saint Moritz, Switzerland.[1] The season-ending finals in March were held in North America for the first time in two decades: the last finale in the U.S. was in 1997 at Vail.

Chief Race Director for the WC Tour, Markus Waldner, offered his pre-season thoughts on the pending 2016-17 tour in an early October interview. He addressed: early season scheduling and weather considerations, the growing global interest in alpine skiing beyond the core market in Europe and Scandinavia, the balance between what disciplines were scheduled and the marketability concerns each present, course construction that is safely competitive and manages risk, and a new change to regulation that allows top qualifiers to pick their starting position across a much wider range of bibs between 1 and 19.[2]

Former overall World Cup champion Tina Maze of Slovenia, who missed the entire 2015-16 World Cup season, retired in January 2017.[3] At the end of the season, former two-time overall World Cup champion Bode Miller of the United States, who had not raced in the last two seasons, also officially retired.[4]

Men's Overall Champion
Marcel Hirscher won the overall title for the sixth successive year.
Summary

Men[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, AC – Alpine Combined, CE – City Event (Parallel Slalom), PG – Parallel Giant Slalom
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
1637 1 23 October 2016   Austria Sölden [5] GS 390  France Alexis Pinturault Austria Marcel Hirscher Germany Felix Neureuther [6][7]
1638 2 13 November 2016   Finland Levi [8] SL 461  Austria Marcel Hirscher Austria Michael Matt Italy Manfred Mölgg [9][10]
26 November 2016   Canada Lake Louise [11] DH cnx  warm temperatures and lack of snow on lower course; replaced in Kvitfjell on 24 February 2017[12]
27 November 2016   SG cnx  warm temperatures and lack of snow on lower course; replaced in Santa Caterina on 27 December 2016
2 December 2016   United States Beaver Creek [13] DH cnx  warm temperatures and lack of snow; replaced in Val d'Isère on 3 December 2016[14]
3 December 2016   SG cnx  warm temperatures and lack of snow; replaced in Val d'Isère on 2 December 2016
4 December 2016   GS cnx  warm temperatures and lack of snow; replaced in Val d'Isère on 4 December 2016
1639 3 2 December 2016   France Val d'Isère [15][16] SG 193  Norway Kjetil Jansrud Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Italy Dominik Paris [17][18]
1640 4 3 December 2016   DH 463  Norway Kjetil Jansrud Italy Peter Fill Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [19][20]
1641 5 4 December 2016   GS 391  France Mathieu Faivre Austria Marcel Hirscher France Alexis Pinturault [21][22]
1642 6 10 December 2016   GS 392  France Alexis Pinturault Austria Marcel Hirscher Norway Henrik Kristoffersen [23][24]
1643 7 11 December 2016   SL 462  Norway Henrik Kristoffersen Austria Marcel Hirscher Russia Aleksandr Khoroshilov [25][26]
1644 8 16 December 2016   Italy Val Gardena [27] SG 194  Norway Kjetil Jansrud Norway Aleksander Aamodt Kilde Canada Erik Guay [28][29]
1645 9 17 December 2016   DH 464  Austria Max Franz Norway Aksel Lund Svindal United States Steven Nyman [30][31]
1646 10 18 December 2016   Italy Alta Badia [32] GS 393  Austria Marcel Hirscher France Mathieu Faivre Italy Florian Eisath [33][34]
1647 11 19 December 2016   PG 002  France Cyprien Sarrazin  Switzerland  Carlo Janka Norway Kjetil Jansrud [35][36]
1648 12 22 December 2016   Italy Madonna di Campiglio [37] SL 463  Norway Henrik Kristoffersen Austria Marcel Hirscher Italy Stefano Gross [38][39]
1649 13 27 December 2016   Italy Santa Caterina [40][41] SG 195  Norway Kjetil Jansrud Austria Hannes Reichelt Italy Dominik Paris [42][43]
28 December 2016   DH cnx  excessive high winds[44]
1650 14 29 December 2016   AC 126  France Alexis Pinturault Austria Marcel Hirscher Norway Aleksander Aamodt Kilde [45][46]
1651 15 5 January 2017   Croatia Zagreb [47] SL 463  Italy Manfred Mölgg Germany Felix Neureuther Norway Henrik Kristoffersen [48][49]
1652 16 7 January 2017    Switzerland  Adelboden [50][51] GS 394  France Alexis Pinturault Austria Marcel Hirscher Austria Philipp Schörghofer [52][53]
1653 17 8 January 2017   SL 465  Norway Henrik Kristoffersen Italy Manfred Mölgg Austria Marcel Hirscher [54][55]
1654 18 13 January 2017    Switzerland  Wengen [56][57][58] AC 127   Switzerland  Niels Hintermann France Maxence Muzaton Austria Frederic Berthold [59][60]
14 January 2017   DH cnx  excess snow; replaced in Garmisch on 27 January 2017[61]
1655 19 15 January 2017   SL 466  Norway Henrik Kristoffersen Austria Marcel Hirscher Germany Felix Neureuther [62]
1656 20 20 January 2017   Austria Kitzbühel [63] SG 196  Austria Matthias Mayer Italy Christof Innerhofer  Switzerland  Beat Feuz [64]
1657 21 21 January 2017   DH 465  Italy Dominik Paris France Valentin Giraud Moine France Johan Clarey [65]
1658 22 22 January 2017   SL 467  Austria Marcel Hirscher United Kingdom David Ryding Russia Aleksandr Khoroshilov [66]
1659 23 24 January 2017   Austria Schladming [67] SL 468  Norway Henrik Kristoffersen Austria Marcel Hirscher Russia Aleksandr Khoroshilov [68]
1660 24 27 January 2017   Germany Garmisch [69] DH 466  United States Travis Ganong Norway Kjetil Jansrud Italy Peter Fill [70]
1661 25 28 January 2017   DH 467  Austria Hannes Reichelt Italy Peter Fill  Switzerland  Beat Feuz [71]
1662 26 29 January 2017   GS 395  Austria Marcel Hirscher Sweden Matts Olsson Germany Stefan Luitz [72]
1663 27 31 January 2017   Sweden Stockholm [73] CE 008  Germany Linus Straßer France Alexis Pinturault Sweden Mattias Hargin [74]
World Championships (6–19 February)
1664 28 24 February 2017   Norway Kvitfjell [75][76] DH 468  Slovenia Boštjan Kline Austria Matthias Mayer Norway Kjetil Jansrud [77]
1665 29 25 February 2017   DH 469  Norway Kjetil Jansrud Italy Peter Fill  Switzerland  Beat Feuz [78]
1666 30 26 February 2017   SG 197  Italy Peter Fill Austria Hannes Reichelt Canada Erik Guay [79]
1667 31 4 March 2017   Slovenia Kranjska Gora [80] GS 396  Austria Marcel Hirscher Norway Leif Kristian Haugen Sweden Matts Olsson [81]
1668 32 5 March 2017   SL 469  Austria Michael Matt Italy Stefano Gross Germany Felix Neureuther [82]
1669 33 15 March 2017   United States Aspen [83] DH 470  Italy Dominik Paris Italy Peter Fill  Switzerland  Carlo Janka [84]
1670 34 16 March 2017   SG 198  Austria Hannes Reichelt Italy Dominik Paris  Switzerland  Mauro Caviezel
Norway Aleksander Aamodt Kilde
[85]
1671 35 18 March 2017   GS 397  Austria Marcel Hirscher Germany Felix Neureuther France Mathieu Faivre [86]
1672 36 19 March 2017   SL 470  Sweden André Myhrer Germany Felix Neureuther Austria Michael Matt [87]

Rankings[edit]

Women[edit]

Summary
Women's Overall Champion
Mikaela Shiffrin. First American female to capture the Overall since 2012.

The women typically have had technical events in the U.S. in late November in Colorado at Aspen, but instead stopped this season in Vermont at Killington for its first effort as a World Cup venue. The most recent World Cup races in the Eastern U.S. were over a quarter century earlier, in March 1991 at Waterville Valley Resort, New Hampshire [94] and the last World Cup races in Vermont were in 1978 at Stratton Mountain Resort.[95][96] The women also had two Olympic venue orientation speed events in South Korea at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre in March, which produced identical podiums led by Sofia Goggia.

Injuries continued to affect several of the top racers. Two-time overall champion Anna Veith (née Fenninger) and three-time overall champion Lindsey Vonn both missed the first half of the season due to injuries suffered during the previous season, although both returned by mid-January and competed in the World Championships in early February.[97][98] However, Veith then missed the end of the season as well to recover further from her injuries.[99] In addition, defending overall champion Lara Gut suffered a season-ending injury during the World Championships, costing her a chance to repeat.[100]

At the end of the season, Mikaela Shiffrin, who also won the slalom discipline for the fourth time and was second in the giant slalom, became the third American woman and fifth American overall to win the overall World Cup championship, joining men's champions Phil Mahre and Bode Miller and women's champions Tamara McKinney and Vonn.[101] Additionally, women's Super G champion Tina Weirather became a second-generation discipline champion, as her father (Harti Weirather) was downhill discipline champion in 1981 and both her mother (Hanni Wenzel) and uncle (Andreas Wenzel) won the overall World Cup championship. Weirather and her mother thus became the first mother-daughter pair to win season trophies in World Cup competition.[102]

Calendar[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, AC – Alpine Combined, CE – City Event (Parallel Slalom)
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
1527 1 22 October 2016   Austria Sölden [5] GS 388   Switzerland  Lara Gut United States Mikaela Shiffrin Italy Marta Bassino [103][104]
1528 2 12 November 2016   Finland Levi [8] SL 438  United States Mikaela Shiffrin  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener Slovakia Petra Vlhová [105][106]
1529 3 26 November 2016   United States Killington [107][108][109] GS 389  France Tessa Worley Norway Nina Løseth Italy Sofia Goggia [110]
1530 4 27 November 2016   SL 439  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Slovakia Veronika Velez-Zuzulová  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener [111]
1531 5 2 December 2016   Canada Lake Louise [11] DH 386  Slovenia Ilka Štuhec Italy Sofia Goggia Sweden Kajsa Kling [112]
1532 6 3 December 2016   DH 387  Slovenia Ilka Štuhec  Switzerland  Lara Gut Hungary Edit Miklós [113]
1533 7 4 December 2016   SG 212   Switzerland  Lara Gut Liechtenstein Tina Weirather Italy Sofia Goggia [114]
1534 8 10 December 2016   Italy Sestriere [115][116][117] GS 390  France Tessa Worley Italy Sofia Goggia  Switzerland  Lara Gut [118]
1535 9 11 December 2016   SL 440  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Slovakia Veronika Velez-Zuzulová  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener [119]
1536 10 16 December 2016   France Val d'Isère [120] AC 099  Slovenia Ilka Štuhec  Switzerland  Michelle Gisin Italy Sofia Goggia [121]
1537 11 17 December 2016   DH 388  Slovenia Ilka Štuhec Austria Cornelia Hütter Italy Sofia Goggia [122]
1538 12 18 December 2016   SG 213   Switzerland  Lara Gut Liechtenstein Tina Weirather Italy Elena Curtoni [123]
20 December 2016   France Courchevel [124] GS cnx  terminated and excessive wind after race started; replaced in Semmering on 27 December 2016[125]
1539 13 27 December 2016   Austria Semmering [126][127] GS 391  United States Mikaela Shiffrin France Tessa Worley Italy Manuela Mölgg [128]
1540 14 28 December 2016   GS 392  United States Mikaela Shiffrin France Tessa Worley Germany Viktoria Rebensburg [129]
1541 15 29 December 2016   SL 441  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Slovakia Veronika Velez-Zuzulová  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener [130]
1542 16 3 January 2017   Croatia Zagreb [47] SL 442  Slovakia Veronika Velez-Zuzulová Slovakia Petra Vlhová Czech Republic Šárka Strachová [131]
1543 17 7 January 2017   Slovenia Maribor [132] GS 393  France Tessa Worley Italy Sofia Goggia  Switzerland  Lara Gut [133]
1544 18 8 January 2017   SL 443  United States Mikaela Shiffrin  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener Sweden Frida Hansdotter [134]
1545 19 10 January 2017   Austria Flachau [135] SL 444  Sweden Frida Hansdotter Norway Nina Løseth  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener
United States Mikaela Shiffrin
[136][137]
14 January 2017   Austria Altenmarkt-Zauchensee [138] DH cnx  postponed to following day; replaced in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee on 15 January 2017
1546 20 15 January 2017   DH 389  Austria Christine Scheyer Liechtenstein Tina Weirather United States Jacqueline Wiles [139]
15 January 2017   AC cnx  postponed over switch with downhill; replaced in Crans-Montana on 24 February 2017[140]
1547 21 21 January 2017   Germany Garmisch [69] DH 390  United States Lindsey Vonn  Switzerland  Lara Gut Germany Viktoria Rebensburg [141]
1548 22 22 January 2017   SG 214   Switzerland  Lara Gut Austria Stephanie Venier Liechtenstein Tina Weirather [142]
1549 23 24 January 2017   Italy Kronplatz [143] GS 394  Italy Federica Brignone France Tessa Worley Italy Marta Bassino [144]
1550 24 28 January 2017   Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo [145] DH 391   Switzerland  Lara Gut Italy Sofia Goggia Slovenia Ilka Štuhec [146]
1551 25 29 January 2017   SG 215  Slovenia Ilka Štuhec Italy Sofia Goggia Austria Anna Veith [147]
1552 26 31 January 2017   Sweden Stockholm [73] CE 009  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Slovakia Veronika Velez-Zuzulová Norway Nina Løseth [148]
World Championships (6–19 February)
1553 27 24 February 2017    Switzerland Crans-Montana [149] AC 100  Italy Federica Brignone Slovenia Ilka Štuhec Austria Michaela Kirchgasser [150]
1554 28 25 February 2017   SG 216  Slovenia Ilka Štuhec Italy Elena Curtoni Austria Stephanie Venier [151]
1555 29 26 February 2017   AC 101  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Italy Federica Brignone Slovenia Ilka Štuhec [152]
1556 30 4 March 2017   South Korea Jeongseon [153] DH 392  Italy Sofia Goggia United States Lindsey Vonn Slovenia Ilka Štuhec [154]
1557 31 5 March 2017   SG 217  Italy Sofia Goggia United States Lindsey Vonn Slovenia Ilka Štuhec [155]
1558 32 10 March 2017   United States Squaw Valley [156][157] GS 395  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Italy Federica Brignone France Tessa Worley [158]
1559 33 11 March 2017   SL 445  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Czech Republic Šárka Strachová Austria Bernadette Schild [159]
1560 34 15 March 2017   United States Aspen [83] DH 393  Slovenia Ilka Štuhec United States Lindsey Vonn Italy Sofia Goggia [160]
1561 35 16 March 2017   SG 218  Liechtenstein Tina Weirather Slovenia Ilka Štuhec Italy Federica Brignone [161]
1562 36 18 March 2017   SL 446  Slovakia Petra Vlhová United States Mikaela Shiffrin Sweden Frida Hansdotter [162]
1563 37 19 March 2017   GS 396  Italy Federica Brignone Italy Sofia Goggia Italy Marta Bassino [163]

Rankings[edit]

Alpine team event[edit]

Event Key: PG – Parallel Giant Slalom
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
12 1 17 March 2017   United States Aspen [83] PG 009   Sweden
Frida Hansdotter
Maria Pietilä Holmner
Emelie Wikström
Mattias Hargin
André Myhrer
Matts Olsson
 Germany
Lena Dürr
Christina Geiger
Marina Wallner
Stefan Luitz
Felix Neureuther
Linus Straßer
 France
Adeline Baud Mugnier
Coralie Frasse Sombet
Jean-Baptiste Grange
Julien Lizeroux
Cyprien Sarrazin
 
[170]

Nations Cup[edit]

Prize money[edit]

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