2018–19 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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2018–19 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Austria Marcel Hirscher United States Mikaela Shiffrin
Downhill  Switzerland  Beat Feuz Austria Nicole Schmidhofer
Super-G Italy Dominik Paris United States Mikaela Shiffrin
Giant Slalom Austria Marcel Hirscher United States Mikaela Shiffrin
Slalom Austria Marcel Hirscher United States Mikaela Shiffrin
Combined France Alexis Pinturault Italy Federica Brignone
Nations Cup Austria Austria Austria Austria
Team Event Switzerland Switzerland
Competition
Locations
20 venues
21 venues
Individual
39 events
38 events
Mixed
1 event
1 event
Cancelled
5 events
4 events
Rescheduled
4 events
3 events
Overall Champions
Marcel Hirscher won the overall title for the eighth successive year.
Mikaela Shiffrin won the overall title for the third successive year.

The International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup was the premier circuit for alpine skiing competition. The inaugural season launched in January 1967, and the 2018–19 season marks the 53rd consecutive year for the FIS World Cup.

This season began in October 2018 in Sölden, Austria, and concluded in mid-March 2019 at the finals in Soldeu, Andorra. The biennial World Championships interrupted the tour in early February in Åre, Sweden. This season marked the retirement of the most successful female skier of all times Lindsey Vonn who retired after World Championships.

Men[edit]

In January 2019, two-time overall World Cup champion Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway announced that he would retire after the World Championships the following month.[1]

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
# Event Date Venue Type Winner Second Third Details
28 October 2018   Austria Sölden GS cnx  heavy snowfall and excessive high winds; rescheduled to Saalbach-Hinterglemm on 19 December[2][3]
1709 1 18 November 2018   Finland Levi SL 480  Austria Marcel Hirscher Norway Henrik Kristoffersen Sweden André Myhrer [4]
1710 2 24 November 2018   Canada Lake Louise DH 480  Austria Max Franz Italy Christof Innerhofer Italy Dominik Paris [5]
1711 3 25 November 2018   SG 205  Norway Kjetil Jansrud Austria Vincent Kriechmayr  Switzerland  Mauro Caviezel [6]
1712 4 [nb 1]30 November 2018   United States Beaver Creek DH 481   Switzerland  Beat Feuz  Switzerland  Mauro Caviezel Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [7]
1713 5 [nb 2]1 December 2018   SG 206  Austria Max Franz  Switzerland  Mauro Caviezel Norway Aleksander Aamodt Kilde
Italy Dominik Paris
Norway Aksel Lund Svindal
[8]
1714 6 [nb 3]2 December 2018   GS 405  Germany Stefan Luitz Austria Marcel Hirscher  Switzerland  Thomas Tumler [9]
1715 7 8 December 2018   France Val d'Isère GS 406  Austria Marcel Hirscher Norway Henrik Kristoffersen Sweden Matts Olsson [10]
9 December 2018   SL cnx  heavy snowfall and strong wind; rescheduled to Saalbach-Hinterglemm on 20 December
1716 8 14 December 2018   Italy Val Gardena/Gröden SG 207  Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Italy Christof Innerhofer Norway Kjetil Jansrud [11]
1717 9 15 December 2018   DH 482  Norway Aleksander Aamodt Kilde Austria Max Franz  Switzerland  Beat Feuz [12]
1718 10 16 December 2018   Italy Alta Badia GS 407  Austria Marcel Hirscher France Thomas Fanara France Alexis Pinturault [13]
1719 11 17 December 2018   PG 004  Austria Marcel Hirscher France Thibaut Favrot France Alexis Pinturault [14]
1720 12 [nb 4]19 December 2018   Austria Saalbach-Hinterglemm GS 408  Slovenia Žan Kranjec  Switzerland  Loïc Meillard France Mathieu Faivre [15]
1721 13 [nb 5]20 December 2018   SL 481  Austria Marcel Hirscher  Switzerland  Loïc Meillard Norway Henrik Kristoffersen [16]
1722 14 22 December 2018   Italy Madonna di Campiglio SL 482   Switzerland  Daniel Yule Austria Marco Schwarz Austria Michael Matt [17]
1723 15 28 December 2018   Italy Bormio DH 483  Italy Dominik Paris Italy Christof Innerhofer  Switzerland  Beat Feuz [18]
1724 16 29 December 2018   SG 208  Italy Dominik Paris Austria Matthias Mayer Norway Aleksander Aamodt Kilde [19]
1725 17 1 January 2019   Norway Oslo CE 011  Austria Marco Schwarz United Kingdom Dave Ryding  Switzerland  Ramon Zenhäusern [20]
1726 18 6 January 2019   Croatia Zagreb SL 483  Austria Marcel Hirscher France Alexis Pinturault Austria Manuel Feller [21]
1727 19 12 January 2019    Switzerland  Adelboden GS 409  Austria Marcel Hirscher Norway Henrik Kristoffersen France Thomas Fanara [22]
1728 20 13 January 2019   SL 484  Austria Marcel Hirscher France Clément Noël Norway Henrik Kristoffersen [23]
1729 21 18 January 2019    Switzerland  Wengen AC 130  Austria Marco Schwarz France Victor Muffat-Jeandet France Alexis Pinturault [24]
1730 22 19 January 2019   DH 484  Austria Vincent Kriechmayr  Switzerland  Beat Feuz Norway Aleksander Aamodt Kilde [25]
1731 23 20 January 2019   SL 485  France Clément Noël Austria Manuel Feller Austria Marcel Hirscher [26]
1732 24 [nb 6]25 January 2019   Austria Kitzbühel DH 485  Italy Dominik Paris  Switzerland  Beat Feuz Austria Otmar Striedinger [27]
1733 25 [nb 7]26 January 2019   SL 486  France Clément Noël Austria Marcel Hirscher France Alexis Pinturault [28]
1734 26 [nb 8]≥27 January 2019   SG 209  Germany Josef Ferstl France Johan Clarey Italy Dominik Paris [29]
1735 27 29 January 2019   Austria Schladming SL 487  Austria Marcel Hirscher France Alexis Pinturault  Switzerland  Daniel Yule [30]
2 February 2019   Germany Garmisch-Partenkirchen DH cnx  fog, rain and heavy snowfall, rescheduled to Kvitfjell on 1 March
3 February 2019   GS cnx  fog, rain and heavy snowfall
World Championships (5–17 February)
1736 28 19 February 2019   Sweden Stockholm CE 012   Switzerland  Ramon Zenhäusern Sweden André Myhrer Austria Marco Schwarz [31]
1737 29 22 February 2019   Bulgaria Bansko AC 131  France Alexis Pinturault Austria Marcel Hirscher Slovenia Štefan Hadalin [32]
23 February 2019   SG cnx  heavy snowfall
1738 30 24 February 2019   GS 410  Norway Henrik Kristoffersen Austria Marcel Hirscher France Thomas Fanara [33]
1 March 2019   Norway Kvitfjell DH cnx  heavy snowfall
1739 31 2 March 2019   DH 486  Italy Dominik Paris  Switzerland  Beat Feuz Austria Matthias Mayer [34]
1740 32 3 March 2019   SG 210  Italy Dominik Paris Norway Kjetil Jansrud  Switzerland  Beat Feuz [35]
1741 33 9 March 2019   Slovenia Kranjska Gora GS 411  Norway Henrik Kristoffersen Norway Rasmus Windingstad  Switzerland  Marco Odermatt [36]
1742 34 10 March 2019   SL 488   Switzerland  Ramon Zenhäusern Norway Henrik Kristoffersen Austria Marcel Hirscher [37]
1743 35 13 March 2019   Andorra Soldeu DH 487  Italy Dominik Paris Norway Kjetil Jansrud Austria Otmar Striedinger [38]
1744 36 14 March 2019   SG 211  Italy Dominik Paris  Switzerland  Mauro Caviezel Austria Vincent Kriechmayr [39]
1745 37 16 March 2019   GS 412  France Alexis Pinturault  Switzerland  Marco Odermatt Slovenia Žan Kranjec [40]
1746 38 17 March 2019   SL 489  France Clément Noël Austria Manuel Feller  Switzerland  Daniel Yule [41]

Rankings[edit]

Women[edit]

Prior to the start of the season, 4-time overall World Cup champion (and 20-time crystal globe winner) Lindsey Vonn of the United States announced her retirement effective as of the end of the season.[42] Due to lingering injuries, she moved her retirement date up to the World Championships in February.[1]

In December, Mikaela Shiffrin became the eighth athlete (four men, four women) to win at least 50 World Cup races across all disciplines, as well as the youngest (at age 23) to do so.[43] Shiffrin ended the season with 17 race victories (3 Super Gs, 4 giant slaloms, 8 slaloms, and 2 parallel slaloms/city events), shattering Vreni Schneider's 30-year-old record of 14 wins in a season, which was set in the 1988-89 season.[44] Shiffrin also won four crystal globes for the season, tying the women's record held by Vonn and Tina Maze.[45]

On 6 March 2019, former slalom season champion (and Olympic gold medalist) Frida Hansdotter announced her retirement from alpine skiing following the 2018–2019 season.[46][47]

Calendar[edit]

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, AC – Alpine Combined, CE – City Event (Parallel Slalom), PS – Parallel Slalom (qualification run)
# Event Date Venue Type Winner Second Third Details
1602 1 27 October 2018   Austria Sölden GS 405  France Tessa Worley Italy Federica Brignone United States Mikaela Shiffrin [48]
1603 2 [nb 9]17 November 2018   Finland Levi SL 456  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Slovakia Petra Vlhová Austria Bernadette Schild [49]
1604 3 24 November 2018   United States Killington GS 406  Italy Federica Brignone Norway Ragnhild Mowinckel Austria Stephanie Brunner [50]
1605 4 25 November 2018   SL 457  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Slovakia Petra Vlhová Sweden Frida Hansdotter [51]
1606 5 30 November 2018   Canada Lake Louise DH 402  Austria Nicole Schmidhofer  Switzerland  Michelle Gisin Germany Kira Weidle [52]
1607 6 1 December 2018   DH 403  Austria Nicole Schmidhofer Austria Cornelia Hütter  Switzerland  Michelle Gisin [53]
1608 7 2 December 2018   SG 227  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Norway Ragnhild Mowinckel Germany Viktoria Rebensburg [54]
1609 8 8 December 2018    Switzerland  St. Moritz SG 228  United States Mikaela Shiffrin  Switzerland  Lara Gut-Behrami Liechtenstein Tina Weirather [55]
1610 9 9 December 2018   PS 013  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Slovakia Petra Vlhová  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener [56]
14 December 2018   France Val d'Isère AC cnx  warm weather and lack of snow[57][58]
15 December 2018   DH cnx  warm weather and lack of snow; rescheduled in Val Gardena on 18 December
16 December 2018   SG cnx  warm weather and lack of snow; rescheduled in Val Gardena on 19 December
1611 10 [nb 10]18 December 2018   Italy Val Gardena/Gröden DH 404  Slovenia Ilka Štuhec Italy Nicol Delago Austria Ramona Siebenhofer [59]
1612 11 [nb 11]19 December 2018   SG 229  Slovenia Ilka Štuhec Austria Nicole Schmidhofer
Liechtenstein Tina Weirather
[60]
1613 12 21 December 2018   France Courchevel GS 407  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Germany Viktoria Rebensburg France Tessa Worley [61]
1614 13 22 December 2018   SL 458  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Slovakia Petra Vlhová Sweden Frida Hansdotter [62]
1615 14 28 December 2018   Austria Semmering GS 408  Slovakia Petra Vlhová Germany Viktoria Rebensburg France Tessa Worley [63]
1616 15 29 December 2018   SL 459  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Slovakia Petra Vlhová  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener [64]
1617 16 1 January 2019   Norway Oslo CE 014  Slovakia Petra Vlhová United States Mikaela Shiffrin  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener [65]
1618 17 5 January 2019   Croatia Zagreb SL 460  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Slovakia Petra Vlhová  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener [66]
1619 18 8 January 2019   Austria Flachau SL 461  Slovakia Petra Vlhová United States Mikaela Shiffrin Austria Katharina Liensberger [67]
12 January 2019   Austria St. Anton DH cnx  heavy snowfall with over three metres of snow; rescheduled in Cortina d'Ampezzo on 18 January
13 January 2019   SG cnx  heavy snowfall with over three metres of snow
1620 19 15 January 2019   Italy Kronplatz GS 409  United States Mikaela Shiffrin France Tessa Worley Italy Marta Bassino [68]
1621 20 [nb 12]18 January 2019   Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo DH 405  Austria Ramona Siebenhofer Slovenia Ilka Štuhec Austria Stephanie Venier [69]
1622 21 19 January 2019   DH 406  Austria Ramona Siebenhofer Austria Nicole Schmidhofer Slovenia Ilka Štuhec [70]
1623 22 20 January 2019   SG 230  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Liechtenstein Tina Weirather Austria Tamara Tippler [71]
1624 23 [nb 13]26 January 2019   Germany Garmisch-Partenkirchen SG 231  Austria Nicole Schmidhofer Italy Sofia Goggia  Switzerland  Lara Gut-Behrami [72]
1625 24 [nb 14]27 January 2019   DH 407  Austria Stephanie Venier Italy Sofia Goggia Germany Kira Weidle [73]
1626 25 1 February 2019   Slovenia Maribor GS 410  United States Mikaela Shiffrin
Slovakia Petra Vlhová
Norway Ragnhild Mowinckel [74]
1627 26 2 February 2019   SL 462  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Sweden Anna Swenn-Larsson  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener [75]
World Championships (5–17 February)
1628 27 19 February 2019   Sweden Stockholm CE 015  United States Mikaela Shiffrin Germany Christina Geiger Sweden Anna Swenn-Larsson [76]
1629 28 23 February 2019    Switzerland  Crans-Montana DH 408  Italy Sofia Goggia Austria Nicole Schmidhofer  Switzerland  Corinne Suter [77]
1630 29 24 February 2019   AC 104  Italy Federica Brignone  Canada Roni Remme  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener [78]
1 March 2019   Russia Rosa Khutor DH cnx  heavy snowfall
2 March 2019   SG cnx 
3 March 2019   SG cnx 
1631 30 8 March 2019   Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn GS 411  Slovakia Petra Vlhová Germany Viktoria Rebensburg United States Mikaela Shiffrin [79]
1632 31 9 March 2019   SL 463  United States Mikaela Shiffrin  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener Slovakia Petra Vlhová [80]
1633 32 13 March 2019   Andorra Soldeu DH 409  Austria Mirjam Puchner Germany Viktoria Rebensburg  Switzerland  Corinne Suter [81]
1634 33 14 March 2019   SG 232  Germany Viktoria Rebensburg Austria Tamara Tippler Italy Federica Brignone [82]
1635 34 16 March 2019   SL 464  United States Mikaela Shiffrin  Switzerland  Wendy Holdener Slovakia Petra Vlhová [83]
1636 35 17 March 2019   GS 412  United States Mikaela Shiffrin New Zealand Alice Robinson Slovakia Petra Vlhová [84]

Rankings[edit]

Alpine team event[edit]

Calendar[edit]

Event Key: PG – Parallel Giant Slalom
# Event Date Venue Type Winner Second Third Details
14 1 15 March 2019   Andorra Soldeu PG 011    Switzerland
Aline Danioth
Wendy Holdener
Sandro Simonet*
Daniel Yule
Ramon Zenhäusern

 Norway
Mina Fürst Holtmann
Sebastian Foss-Solevåg
Kristin Lysdahl*
Leif Kristian Nestvold-Haugen
Thea Louise Stjernesund
Rasmus Windingstad*
 Germany
Lena Dürr
Christina Geiger
Fabian Himmelsbach
Alexander Schmid*
Anton Tremmel

[85]

* reserve skiers

Nations Cup[edit]

Prize money[edit]

Retirements[edit]

The following athletes announced their retirements during or after the season:

Women

Men

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ heavy snowfall; Downhill in Beaver Creek was switched with super giant slalom and rescheduled from 1 December 2018 to 30 November 2018
  2. ^ heavy snowfall; Super giant slalom in Beaver Creek was switched with downhill and rescheduled from 30 November 2018 to 1 December 2018; start of competition was postponed for one hour and moved lower because of the heavy snowfall
  3. ^ FIS disqualified Stefan Luitz from the GS victory at Beaver Creek for breaking the organisation's rule by inhaling oxygen before the competition. However, he didn't break the rules of doping and he can continue to compete on normally. Marcel Hirscher initially inherited the race victory. However, later Luitz has successfully overturned his disqualification at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) and his result was reinstated.
  4. ^ opening Giant Slalom from Sölden scheduled on 28 October 2018 is rescheduled to Saalbach-Hinterglemm on 19 December 2018.
  5. ^ Slalom from Val d'Isère is rescheduled to Saalbach-Hinterglemm on 20 December 2018.
  6. ^ Because of the worst weather forecast on Saturday, Downhill in Kitzbühel was rescheduled from 26 to 25 January 2019 on Friday. It was switched with original Super-G date.
  7. ^ Because of the worst weather forecast in the weekend, Slalom in Kitzbühel which is easier to organize, is rescheduled from 27 to 26 January 2019. It will be switched with original downhill date.
  8. ^ Because of the downhill switch date on Friday, Super-G in Kitzbühel is rescheduled from 25 to 27 January 2019.
  9. ^ Slalom start in Levi on 17 November 2018 was moved lower; strong wind on top of the course
  10. ^ Downhill from Val d'Isère was rescheduled in Val Gardena/Gröden on 18 December 2018
  11. ^ Super giant slalom from Val d'Isère was rescheduled in Val Gardena/Gröden on 19 December 2018
  12. ^ Downhill from St. Anton was rescheduled in Cortina d'Ampezzo on 18 January 2019
  13. ^ Because of the bad weather forecast, program in Garmisch-Partenkirchen is switched. Super-G is rescheduled from 27 to 26 January 2019.
  14. ^ Because of the bad weather forecast, program in Garmisch-Partenkirchen is switched. Downhill is rescheduled from 26 to 27 January 2019.

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