Ski alpine weltcup
Mai Nur noch wenige Tage, dann geht es wieder los: Der alpine Skiweltcup startet am / Oktober mit dem Riesenslalom in Sölden in die. Der Alpine Skiweltcup ist ein vom internationalen Skiverband FIS (Fédération Internationale de Ski) ausgetragener Weltcup in der Disziplin Ski Alpin. Durch die wetterbedingt Absage des Herren-Slaloms in Aare beim Weltcupfinale bleibt es bei Marcel Hirscher bei 13 Saisonsiegen. Österreich ist wieder überall.
However, there are counted all season titles, both official and unofficial. The records for most World Cup titles in each discipline are as follows:.
In the following table men's slalom World Cup podiums in the World Cup since first season in In the following table men's giant slalom World Cup podiums from the World Cup first edition in In the following table men's downhill World Cup podiums from the World Cup first edition in In the following table men's Super-G World Cup podiums since first edition in In the following table men's combined from Super combined World Cup podiums in the World Cup since first edition in A common measurement of how good individual skiers are is the total number of World Cup races won during their skiing career.
The following skiers have won at least 20 World Cup races:. As of 17 March Based on ski-database super ranking system since , this scoring system is calculated using points from three categories: Olympic Games , World Championships , and World Cup overall titles, discipline titles and individual top 10 results.
Parallel slalom events from to counted for Nations Cup only. Events near the cities are officially called city events, but those two are actually the same discipline, with just different names.
Introduced by the International Ski Federation to the World Cup as a spectator-friendly event in late , the parallel giant slalom competition, joining the parallel slalom, is intended to lure more speed specialists into the faster of the two technical disciplines, along with attracting their fans to watch the races at the venue, on-line, and on television.
Modified or not, the Federation has not suggested that they will push the format to lower-level tours like the NorAm and Europa Cup.
The Chief Race Director of the inaugural event at Alta Badia, Markus Waldner, on 20 December stated that "great performances" and "head-to-head fights" between the best Giant Slalom racers is the goal of the competition.
The course for the first race was very compact at about 20—22 seconds duration, or about one-third of a normal GS run, however, the pace and cadence will be the same as Giant Slalom, not standard Slalom.
Gates were set at roughly the same distances as GS and on a slope of about the same pitch. The field of thirty-two were drawn following an "invitational" format.
The top four men in the overall World Cup rankings were automatic invitees, if they chose to compete. Another sixteen racers were selected from the top of the current GS start list rankings, and the final twelve competitors were selected from the 1st run efforts at the standard GS event the day prior at the same venue.
Overlapping qualifications allowed the sponsors to invite lower ranked participants to fill in gaps, as needed, and to replace individuals who declined to participate.
Points were awarded and accumulated according to current standards for the race season in all relevant categories: The field was filled with thirty-two first round participants, each getting a run on either course.
The best combined times moved the fastest racer to the second round through bracket preference protocols. From the second round, skiers the head-to-head competitions were held over one run only, with the faster skier from the previous round granted course selection between the 'red-right' or 'blue-left' course.
The course was methodically set with lasers, and a GPS-equipped Snowcat , to guarantee that both courses on the hill were as identical as possible to ensure equity and a fair competition.
The Race Director suggested the difference between the two lanes were within "1—to—2 centimeters" tolerance of one another.
Only crystal globe awarded discipline officially counts as titles. Combined crystal globe was officially awarded only in seasons — Only a few of the most versatile racers have ever managed to win races in all five World Cup alpine skiing disciplines during their career, as listed in the table below.
Bode Miller is the only skier with at least five World Cup victories in all five disciplines. The following skiers have won at least 10 World Cup races in a single season events not available in a given season are marked by NA:.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rank Overall Points 1 Marcel Hirscher Rank Overall Points 1 Lindsey Vonn Men Discipline Country Titles Downhill.
Women Discipline Country Titles Downhill. Alain Penz Patrick Russel. Gustav Thöni Hans Hinterseer.
Ingemar Stenmark Stig Strand. Marc Girardelli Ole-Christian Furuseth. Archived from the original on Ski Two Italia online.
On The Snow online. Adelboden World Cup Committee. Verein Internationale Lauberhornrennen, Switzerland. Garmisch World Cup Ski.
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Downhill [ edit ] Rank after all 9 races Points 1. Super G [ edit ] Rank after all 6 races Points 1. Giant Slalom [ edit ] Rank after all 8 races Points 1.
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