2012–13 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2012/13
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Austria Marcel Hirscher Slovenia Tina Maze
Downhill Norway Aksel Lund Svindal United States Lindsey Vonn
Super-G Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Slovenia Tina Maze
Giant slalom United States Ted Ligety Slovenia Tina Maze
Slalom Austria Marcel Hirscher United States Mikaela Shiffrin
Nations Cup Austria Austria Austria Austria
Nations Cup Overall Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 19 20
Individual 34 35
Mixed 1 1
Cancelled 2 2
Rescheduled 1
2013 World Cup Champions
Marcel Hirscher won the overall title for the second successive year, the first man to do so since Stephan Eberharter in 2002 and 2003.
Tina Maze became the first Slovenian to win an overall World Cup title, and the first skier to score more than 2,000 points in a season.

The 47th World Cup season began on 27 October 2012, in Sölden, Austria, and concluded on 17 March 2013, at the World Cup finals in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.[1][2] The overall titles were won by Marcel Hirscher of Austria and Tina Maze of Slovenia.

A break in the schedule was for the biennial World Championships, held 4–17 February in Schladming, Austria. Changes for the 2013 season included the awarding of World Cup points for the slalom crystal globe for the limited field city events (parallel slalom),[3] not just in the overall standings. Also, a crystal globe trophy was no longer awarded for the combined event, as many organizers considered the event difficult to market,[4] but its results still counted in the overall rankings.[5]

Maze became the first Slovenian to win an overall World Cup title; she clinched it on 24 February after her eighth victory of the season, a super-combined race at Méribel, France.[6] Her victory in a downhill race at Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Germany on 2 March gave her wins in all five disciplines for the season, and she became the first racer in World Cup history to score more than 2,000 points in a single season.[7] The previous record of 2,000 points was held by Hermann Maier, set during the 2000 season.[8]

Maze broke various statistical records in this season, including the highest number of podiums in a season (24, record previously held by Maier (22) and by Hanni Wenzel and Pernilla Wiberg for ladies (18)), highest number of top 5 finishes (31, previously Maier and Wiberg (24)), highest number of points after first 10 races (677, previously Katja Seizinger, 643), largest percent of possible points won (69%, previously 61% by Wiberg), and the highest margin over the runner-up (1313, compared to 743 for Maier and 578 for Lindsey Vonn).[9] Maze finished on podium in all giant slalom events, previously achieved only by Vreni Schneider in 1989. She is also the only woman to remain at the top of the overall standings throughout the season - a feat previously achieved only by Bode Miller in 2005.[9] In addition to the overall title, Maze won the super-G and giant slalom titles, finished at the top of the combined list by winning both races in the season, and finished second in the downhill and slalom. Those titles went respectively to two Americans, Vonn and Mikaela Shiffrin.[5] Vonn's season ended with a knee injury on 5 February at the World Championships, but she held on to win the downhill title by a single point after the final race was cancelled. Three days after turning 18, Shiffrin won the final slalom race at Lenzerheide on 16 March to overtake Maze and win that discipline's season title by 33 points.

The men's overall title wasn't decided until the World Cup finals at Lenzerheide. A runner-up finish in the giant slalom on 16 March gave Hirscher his second consecutive overall title, the first male to achieve this feat since Stephan Eberharter in 2002 and 2003.[10] Hirscher also won the slalom title, while the downhill and super-G titles went to Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway, the sixth and seventh discipline titles for the former two-time overall champion. The giant slalom title went to American Ted Ligety, who won six of the eight GS races for his fourth season title in that discipline.[11]

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)[12]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
1488 1 28 October 2012   Austria Sölden GS 356  United States Ted Ligety Italy Manfred Mölgg Austria Marcel Hirscher [1]
1489 2 11 November 2012   Finland Levi SL 423  Sweden André Myhrer Austria Marcel Hirscher Sweden Jens Byggmark [2]
1490 3 24 November 2012   Canada Lake Louise DH 425  Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Austria Max Franz United States Marco Sullivan
Austria Klaus Kröll
[3]
1491 4 25 November 2012   SG 167  Norway Aksel Lund Svindal France Adrien Théaux Austria Joachim Puchner [4]
1492 5 30 November 2012   United States Beaver Creek DH 426  Italy Christof Innerhofer Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Norway Kjetil Jansrud [5]
1493 6 1 December 2012   SG 168  Italy Matteo Marsaglia Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Austria Hannes Reichelt [6]
1494 7 2 December 2012   GS 357  United States Ted Ligety Austria Marcel Hirscher Italy Davide Simoncelli [7]
1495 8 8 December 2012   France Val-d'Isère SL 424  France Alexis Pinturault Germany Felix Neureuther Austria Marcel Hirscher [8]
1496 9 9 December 2012   GS 358  Austria Marcel Hirscher Germany Stefan Luitz United States Ted Ligety [9]
1497 10 14 December 2012   Italy Val Gardena SG 169  Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Italy Matteo Marsaglia Italy Werner Heel [10]
1498 11 15 December 2012   DH 427  United States Steven Nyman Slovenia Rok Perko Canada Erik Guay [11]
1499 12 16 December 2012   Italy Alta Badia GS 359  United States Ted Ligety Austria Marcel Hirscher France Thomas Fanara [12]
1500 13 18 December 2012   Italy Madonna di Campiglio SL 425  Austria Marcel Hirscher Germany Felix Neureuther Japan Naoki Yuasa [13]
1501 14 29 December 2012   Italy Bormio DH 428  Austria Hannes Reichelt
Italy Dominik Paris
Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [14]
1502 15 1 January 2013   Germany Munich CE 005  Germany Felix Neureuther Austria Marcel Hirscher France Alexis Pinturault [15]
1503 16 6 January 2013   Croatia Zagreb SL 426  Austria Marcel Hirscher Sweden André Myhrer Austria Mario Matt [16]
1504 17 12 January 2013   Switzerland Adelboden GS 360  United States Ted Ligety Germany Fritz Dopfer Germany Felix Neureuther [17]
1505 18 13 January 2013   SL 427  Austria Marcel Hirscher Austria Mario Matt Italy Manfred Mölgg [18]
1506 19 18 January 2013   Switzerland Wengen SC 117  France Alexis Pinturault Croatia Ivica Kostelić  Switzerland  Carlo Janka [19]
1507 20 19 January 2013   DH 429  Italy Christof Innerhofer Austria Klaus Kröll Austria Hannes Reichelt [20]
1508 21 20 January 2013   SL 428  Germany Felix Neureuther Austria Marcel Hirscher Croatia Ivica Kostelić [21]
1509 22 25 January 2013   Austria Kitzbühel SG 170  Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Austria Matthias Mayer Italy Christof Innerhofer [22]
1510 23 26 January 2013   DH 430  Italy Dominik Paris Canada Erik Guay Austria Hannes Reichelt [23]
1511 24 27 January 2013   SL 429  Austria Marcel Hirscher Germany Felix Neureuther Croatia Ivica Kostelić [24]
1512 25 27 January 2013   KB 118  Croatia Ivica Kostelić France Alexis Pinturault France Thomas Mermillod-Blondin [25]
1513 26 29 January 2013   Russia Moscow CE 006  Austria Marcel Hirscher Sweden André Myhrer Croatia Ivica Kostelić [26]
2013 World Championships (5–17 February)
1514 27 23 February 2013   Germany Garmisch-Partenkirchen DH 431  Italy Christof Innerhofer Austria Georg Streitberger Austria Klaus Kröll [27]
1515 28 24 February 2013   GS 361  France Alexis Pinturault Austria Marcel Hirscher United States Ted Ligety [28]
1516 29 2 March 2013   Norway Kvitfjell DH 432  France Adrien Théaux Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Austria Klaus Kröll [29]
1517 30 3 March 2013   SG 171  Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Austria Georg Streitberger Italy Werner Heel [30]
1518 31 9 March 2013   Slovenia Kranjska Gora GS 362  United States Ted Ligety Austria Marcel Hirscher France Alexis Pinturault [31]
1519 32 10 March 2013   SL 430  Croatia Ivica Kostelić Austria Marcel Hirscher Austria Mario Matt [32]
13 March 2013   Switzerland Lenzerheide DH cnx  fog
14 March 2013   SG cnx  strong winds
1520 33 16 March 2013   GS 363  United States Ted Ligety Austria Marcel Hirscher France Alexis Pinturault [33]
1521 34 17 March 2013   SL 431  Germany Felix Neureuther Austria Marcel Hirscher Croatia Ivica Kostelić [34]

Ladies[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, SC – Super Combined, CE – City Event (Parallel Slalom)[13]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
1388 1 27 October 2012   Austria Sölden GS 355  Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Kathrin Zettel Austria Stefanie Köhle [35]
1389 2 10 November 2012   Finland Levi SL 402  Germany Maria Höfl-Riesch Finland Tanja Poutiainen United States Mikaela Shiffrin [36]
1390 3 24 November 2012   United States Aspen GS 356  Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Kathrin Zettel Germany Viktoria Rebensburg [37]
1391 4 25 November 2012   SL 403  Austria Kathrin Zettel Austria Marlies Schild Slovenia Tina Maze [38]
1392 5 30 November 2012   Canada Lake Louise DH 353  United States Lindsey Vonn United States Stacey Cook Germany Maria Höfl-Riesch
Liechtenstein Tina Weirather
[39]
1393 6 1 December 2012   DH 354  United States Lindsey Vonn United States Stacey Cook  Switzerland  Marianne Kaufmann-Abderhalden [40]
1394 7 2 December 2012   SG 185  United States Lindsey Vonn United States Julia Mancuso Austria Anna Fenninger [41]
1395 8 7 December 2012   Switzerland St. Moritz SC 092  Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Nicole Hosp Austria Kathrin Zettel [42]
1396 9 8 December 2012   SG 186  United States Lindsey Vonn Slovenia Tina Maze United States Julia Mancuso [43]
1397 10 9 December 2012   GS 357  Slovenia Tina Maze Germany Viktoria Rebensburg France Tessa Worley [44]
1398 11 14 December 2012   France Val-d'Isère DH 355   Switzerland  Lara Gut United States Leanne Smith  Switzerland  Nadja Kamer [45]
15 December 2012   SG cnx  heavy snow; replaced in Garmisch-Partenkirchen on 1 March 2013[14]
1399 12 16 December 2012   France Courchevel GS 358  Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Kathrin Zettel France Tessa Worley [46]
1400 13 19 December 2012   Sweden Åre GS 359  Germany Viktoria Rebensburg Austria Anna Fenninger Slovenia Tina Maze [47]
1401 14 20 December 2012   SL 404  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Sweden Frida Hansdotter Slovenia Tina Maze [48]
1402 15 28 December 2012   Austria Semmering GS 360  Austria Anna Fenninger Slovenia Tina Maze France Tessa Worley [49]
1403 16 29 December 2012   SL 405  Slovakia Veronika Velez-Zuzulová Austria Kathrin Zettel Slovenia Tina Maze [50]
1404 17 1 January 2013   Germany Munich CE 006  Slovakia Veronika Velez-Zuzulová Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Michaela Kirchgasser [51]
1405 18 4 January 2013   Croatia Zagreb SL 406  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Sweden Frida Hansdotter Canada Erin Mielzynski [52]
1406 19 12 January 2013   Austria St. Anton DH 356  United States Alice McKennis Italy Daniela Merighetti Austria Anna Fenninger [53]
1407 20 13 January 2013   SG 187  Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Anna Fenninger  Switzerland  Fabienne Suter [54]
1408 21 15 January 2013   Austria Flachau SL 407  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Sweden Frida Hansdotter Finland Tanja Poutiainen [55]
1409 22 19 January 2013   Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo DH 357  United States Lindsey Vonn Slovenia Tina Maze United States Leanne Smith [56]
1410 23 20 January 2013   SG 188  Germany Viktoria Rebensburg Austria Nicole Schmidhofer Slovenia Tina Maze [57]
1411 24 26 January 2013   Slovenia Maribor GS 361  United States Lindsey Vonn Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Anna Fenninger [58]
1412 25 27 January 2013   SL 408  Slovenia Tina Maze Sweden Frida Hansdotter Austria Kathrin Zettel [59]
1413 26 29 January 2013   Russia Moscow CE 007  Germany Lena Dürr Slovakia Veronika Velez-Zuzulová United States Mikaela Shiffrin [60]
2013 World Championships (5–17 February)
1414 27 23 February 2013   France Méribel DH 358  Spain Carolina Ruiz Castillo Germany Maria Höfl-Riesch France Marie Marchand-Arvier [61]
1415 28 24 February 2013   SC 093  Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Nicole Hosp Austria Michaela Kirchgasser [62]
1416 29 [nb 1]1 March 2013   Germany Garmisch-Partenkirchen SG 189  Liechtenstein Tina Weirather Slovenia Tina Maze
United States Julia Mancuso
[63]
1417 30 2 March 2013   DH 359  Slovenia Tina Maze United States Laurenne Ross Germany Maria Höfl-Riesch [64]
1418 31 3 March 2013   SG 190  Austria Anna Fenninger Germany Maria Höfl-Riesch United States Julia Mancuso [65]
1419 32 9 March 2013   Germany Ofterschwang GS 362  Austria Anna Fenninger Slovenia Tina Maze Germany Viktoria Rebensburg [66]
1420 33 10 March 2013   SL 409  Slovenia Tina Maze  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener United States Mikaela Shiffrin [67]
13 March 2013   Switzerland Lenzerheide DH cnx  fog
14 March 2013   SG cnx  strong winds
1421 34 16 March 2013   SL 410  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Austria Bernadette Schild Slovenia Tina Maze [68]
1422 35 17 March 2013   GS 363  Slovenia Tina Maze France Tessa Worley  Switzerland  Lara Gut [69]

Nation team event[edit]

Event Key: PG – Parallel Giant Slalom
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
7 1 15 March 2013   Switzerland Lenzerheide PG 004   Germany
Lena Dürr
Veronique Hronek
Viktoria Rebensburg
Fritz Dopfer
Felix Neureuther

 Sweden
Therese Borssén
Frida Hansdotter
Maria Pietilä Holmner
Jens Byggmark
Mattias Hargin
André Myhrer
 Italy
Elena Curtoni
Denise Karbon
Daniela Merighetti
Cristian Deville
Stefano Gross
Davide Simoncelli
[70]

Men's standings[edit]

Ladies' standings[edit]

Nations Cup[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Super giant slalom from Val-d'Isère was rescheduled to Garmisch-Partenkirchen on 1 March 2013[14]
  2. ^ a b Crystal globes were not officially awarded in the discipline, in 2013.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2012/13: Men" (PDF). FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. Fédération Internationale de Ski. 29 May 2012. Archived from the original (PDF) on 17 June 2012. Retrieved 6 August 2012.
  2. ^ "Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2012/13: Ladies" (PDF). FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. Fédération Internationale de Ski. 29 May 2012. Archived from the original (PDF) on 6 September 2012. Retrieved 6 August 2012.
  3. ^ "World Cup City Events Get Slalom Ranking Points". Retrieved 26 October 2012.
  4. ^ "Skiing plans to revive Alpine super-combined event". Retrieved 5 October 2012.
  5. ^ a b "FIS-Ski - Cup Standings". Archived from the original on 21 March 2013. Retrieved 20 March 2013.
  6. ^ "Maze wins overall World Cup". Yahoo! Sports. Yahoo!. Reuters. 24 February 2013. Retrieved 24 February 2013.
  7. ^ "Maze wins Garmisch downhill and breaks 2,000 points". Yahoo! Eurosport. TF1 Group. Reuters. 2 March 2013. Retrieved 2 March 2013.
  8. ^ New York Daily News, "Tina Maze is the Slovenian beauty who'll be Lindsey Vonn's biggest adversary at the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014", Nathaniel Vinton, 16 March 2013.
  9. ^ a b Vsi rekordi in obrazi Tine Maze :: Prvi interaktivni multimedijski portal, MMC RTV Slovenija
  10. ^ "FIS-Ski - FIS World Cup". Archived from the original on 17 October 2013. Retrieved 23 February 2013.
  11. ^ FIS-Ski - Cup Standings
  12. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2013 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  13. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2013 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  14. ^ a b "Audi FIS Ski World Cup 2012/13: Official Communications". FIS-Ski.com. International Ski Federation. 24 January 2013. Archived from the original on 11 February 2013. Retrieved 26 January 2013.

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