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Sunday, March 17, 2019

Overall FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Podiums-Race winners, champions

FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Winners-Podiums, All-time Champions 1967-2019.



  • FIS Alpine Ski World Cup is the international Alpine Skiing competition of Men's & women's, firstly introduced in 1967 in West Germany, & Jean Claude Killy (FR) is the overall 1st winner...
  • Alpine Ski World Cup comprises into 4 categories Downhill, Gian Slalom, Slalom, Super-G...
  • In Men's competition, overall Marcel Hirscher (AST) has won the most Alpine Ski World Cup titles with 8 times... 
  • In Women's/Ladies competition overall Annemarie Moser-Proll (Austria) have won the most Alpine Ski World Cup titles with 6 times... 
  • Most Successful & Best Skier in Men's Competition is Ingemar Stenmark (SWE) who have won the overall most Skiing World Cup races are 86...
  • Most Successful & Best Skier in Ladies/Women's Competition is Lindsey Vonn (USA) who have won the overall most Skiing World Cup races are 77. 




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Here are full table list of All Individual Men's, Women's Overall
 race Winners-Champions of Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cups podiums, all-time champions past results-year wise since 1967 2019...  




Year   =      Men's - Country        =        Ladies  -  Country



1967  - Jean-Claude Killy (FR)     -    Nancy Greene (CAN)

1968 - Jean-Claude Killy  (FR)   -   Nancy Greene (2) (CAN)

1969 - Karl Schranz (Austria)     -    Gertrud Gabl (Austria)

1970 - Karl Schranz ( Austria)     -    Michèle Jacot (FR)

1971 - Gustav Thöni (ITL)     -    Annemarie Pröll (Austria)

1972 - Gustav Thöni  (ITL)     -    Annemarie Pröll  (Austria)

1973 - Gustav Thöni  (ITL)     -    Annemarie Pröll  (Austria)

1974 - Piero Gros (ITL)    -     Annemarie Pröll  (Austria)

1975 - Gustav Thöni (Italy)     -    Annemarie Moser-Pröll  (Austria)

1976 - Ingemar Stenmark (SWE)     -    Rosi Mittermaier   (W.Germany)

1977 - Ingemar Stenmark  (Swe)    -     Lise-Marie Morerod (Swiss)

1978 - Ingemar Stenmark  (Swe)     -      Hanni Wenzel  (Liech)

1979 - Peter Lüscher (Swiss)     -     Annemarie Moser-Pröll   (Austria)

1980 - Andreas Wenzel  (Liech)    -     Hanni Wenzel  (Liech)

1981 - Phil Mahre (U.S)    -     Marie-Theres Nadig (Swiss)

1982 - Phil Mahre  (U.S)    -     Erika Hess (Swiss)

1983 - Phil Mahre   (U.S)    -     Tamara McKinney (U.S)

1984 - Pirmin Zurbriggen (Swiss)    -     Erika Hess   (Swiss)

1985 - Marc Girardelli (LuX)     -    Michela Figini  (Swiss)

1986 - Marc Girardelli  (LuX)    -     Maria Walliser (Swiss)

1987 - Pirmin Zurbriggen  (Swiss)    -     Maria Walliser  (Swiss)

1988 - Pirmin Zurbriggen  (Swiss)    -     Michela Figini  (Swiss)

1989 - Marc Girardelli   (LuX)    -      Vreni Schneider (Swiss)

1990 - Pirmin Zurbriggen  (Swiss)     -    Petra Kronberger  (AuT)

1991 - Marc Girardelli   (LuX)     -    Petra Kronberger  (AuT)

1992 - Paul Accola  (Swiss)    -     Petra Kronberger  (AuT)

1993 - Marc Girardelli  (LuX)    -     Anita Wachter (AuT)

1994 - Kjetil André Aamodt  (NoR)    -     Vreni Schneider   (Swiss)

1995 - Alberto Tomba (ITL)     -     Vreni Schneider   (Swiss)

1996 - Lasse Kjus (NoR)     -    Katja Seizinger (GER)

1997  -Luc Alphand (FR)     -    Pernilla Wiberg (Swe)

1998 - Hermann Maier (AuT)    -     Katja Seizinger  (GeR)

1999 - Lasse Kjus (NoR)    -     Alexandra Meissnitzer  (Austria)

2000 - Hermann Maier (Austria)    -     Renate Götschl  (Austria)

2001 - Hermann Maier (Austria)    -     Janica Kostelić  (Croatia)

2002 - Stephan Eberharter (Austria)    -     Michaela Dorfmeister  (Austria)

2003 - Stephan Eberharter (Austria)    -     Janica Kostelić (Croatia)

2004 - Hermann Maier (Austria)    -     Anja Pärson (Swe)

2005 - Bode Miller   (USA)    -     Anja Pärson (Swe)

2006 - Benjamin Raich ( Austria)    -     Janica Kostelic ( Croatia)

2007 - Aksel Lund Svindal ( Nor)    -     Nicole Hosp  (Austria)

2008 - Bode Miller  (USA)     -    Lindsey Vonn  (USA)

2009 - Aksel Lund Svindal  (Nor)     -    Lindsey Vonn  (USA)

2010 - Carlo Janka  (Swtz)     -     Lindsey Vonn  (USA)

2011 - Ivica Kostelić  (Croatia)     -    Maria Riesch (GeR)

2012 - Marcel Hirscher  (Austria)     -    Lindsey Vonn (USA)

2013 - Marcel Hirscher  (Austria)    -     Tina Maze  (Slov)

2014 - Marcel Hirscher  (Austria)    -     Anna Fenninger  (Austria)

2015 - Marcel Hirscher  (Austria)    -     Anna Fenninger    (Austria)

2016 - Marcel Hirscher  (Austria)    -     Lara Gut  (Switz)

2017 - Marcel Hirscher   (Austria)    -     Mikaela Shiffrin  (USA)

2018 -  Marcel Hirscher  (Austria)    -     Mikaela Shiffrin   (USA)

2019 – Marcel Hirscher  (Austria)    -     Mikaela Shiffrin  (USA)

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Individual wins by nation




Nation Total Men Ladies

Austria 34 17 17

Switzerland 19 7 12

United States 13 5 8

Sweden 6 3 3

Italy 6 6 –

Norway 5 5 –

Luxembourg 5 5 –

France 4 3 1

Croatia 4 1 3

Liechtenstein 3 1 2

Germany 3 – 3

Canada 2 – 2

West Germany 1 – 1

Slovenia 1 – 1



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