2005–06 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 2005/06
Discipline Men Ladies
Overall Austria Benjamin Raich Croatia Janica Kostelić
Downhill Austria Michael Walchhofer Austria Michaela Dorfmeister
Super-G Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Austria Michaela Dorfmeister
Giant slalom Austria Benjamin Raich Sweden Anja Pärson
Slalom Italy Giorgio Rocca Croatia Janica Kostelić
Super combined Austria Benjamin Raich Croatia Janica Kostelić
Nations Cup Austria Austria
Competition
Locations 18 15
Individual 37 36
Mixed 1 1
Cancelled 1
Rescheduled 1
2006 World Cup Champions
Benjamin Raich won his first overall title.
Janica Kostelić won her third overall title.

The 40th World Cup season began in October 2005 and concluded at the World Cup finals in Åre, Sweden, in March 2006. The schedule included a nearly month-long break in February for the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy.

Benjamin Raich of Austria won his first overall title after finishing third in 2004 and second in 2005. He added his second consecutive giant slalom discipline globe, and Michael Walchhofer also repeated as downhill champion. Aksel Lund Svindal and Giorgio Rocca were each first-time winners in super G and slalom respectively. Svindal edged Hermann Maier by only 2 points, denying the "Herminator" a sixth super G crown.

On the women's side, Janica Kostelić of Croatia won her third overall and slalom World Cup titles. She won 9 races to become only the third skier ever to win races in all 5 disciplines in a single season (joining Marc Girardelli and Petra Kronberger). Kostelić amassed 1970 World Cup points, a new women's record and second only to Hermann Maier's 2000 points in 2000. Although Anja Pärson failed to win her third straight overall crown, she won 8 races while capturing her third giant slalom globe, and her 1662 points would have been enough to win the overall in any of the previous 6 seasons. In her final season on the World Cup tour, Michaela Dorfmeister secured her second downhill and super G titles.

Calendar

Men

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, KB – Combined, SC – Super Combined[1]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
1225 1 23 October 2005   Austria Sölden GS 304  Austria Hermann Maier United States Bode Miller Austria Rainer Schönfelder [1]
1226 2 26 November 2005   Canada Lake Louise DH 360  Austria Fritz Strobl Norway Kjetil André Aamodt Liechtenstein Marco Büchel [2]
1227 3 27 November 2005   SG 124  Norway Aksel Lund Svindal Austria Benjamin Raich United States Daron Rahlves [3]
1228 4 1 December 2005   United States Beaver Creek SG 125  Austria Hannes Reichelt Canada Erik Guay Austria Matthias Lanzinger [4]
1229 5 2 December 2005   DH 361  United States Daron Rahlves United States Bode Miller Austria Hans Grugger [5]
1230 6 3 December 2005   GS 305  United States Bode Miller United States Daron Rahlves Finland Kalle Palander [6]
1231 7 4 December 2005   SL 351  Italy Giorgio Rocca France Stéphane Tissot United States Ted Ligety [7]
1232 8 10 December 2005   France Val-d'Isère DH 362  Austria Michael Walchhofer Austria Fritz Strobl Austria Hans Grugger [8]
1233 9 11 December 2005   SC 088  Austria Michael Walchhofer Austria Rainer Schönfelder United States Bode Miller [9]
1234 10 12 December 2005   Italy Madonna di Campiglio SL 352  Italy Giorgio Rocca Austria Benjamin Raich Finland Kalle Palander [10]
1235 11 16 December 2005   Italy Gröden-Val Gardena SG 126  Austria Hans Grugger Canada Erik Guay Switzerland Ambrosi Hoffmann [11]
1236 12 17 December 2005   DH 363  Liechtenstein Marco Büchel Austria Michael Walchhofer Canada Erik Guay [12]
1237 13 18 December 2005   Italy Alta Badia GS 306  Italy Massimiliano Blardone Italy Davide Simoncelli Canada François Bourque [13]
1238 14 21 December 2005   Slovenia Kranjska Gora GS 307  Austria Benjamin Raich Italy Massimiliano Blardone Canada Thomas Grandi [14]
1239 15 22 December 2005   SL 353  Italy Giorgio Rocca Canada Thomas Grandi United States Ted Ligety [15]
1240 16 29 December 2005   Italy Bormio DH 364  United States Daron Rahlves Austria Fritz Strobl Switzerland Tobias Grünenfelder [16]
1241 17 7 January 2006   Switzerland Adelboden GS 308  Austria Benjamin Raich Sweden Fredrik Nyberg Austria Stephan Görgl
Finland Kalle Palander
[17]
1242 18 8 January 2006   SL 354  Italy Giorgio Rocca United States Ted Ligety Austria Benjamin Raich [18]
1243 19 13 January 2006   Switzerland Wengen SC 089  Austria Benjamin Raich Norway Kjetil André Aamodt Italy Peter Fill [19]
1244 20 14 January 2006   DH 365  United States Daron Rahlves Austria Michael Walchhofer Austria Fritz Strobl [20]
1245 21 15 January 2006   SL 355  Italy Giorgio Rocca Finland Kalle Palander Germany Alois Vogl [21]
1246 22 20 January 2006   Austria Kitzbühel SG 127  Austria Hermann Maier Italy Peter Fill Austria Hannes Reichelt [22]
1247 23 21 January 2006   DH 366  Austria Michael Walchhofer Liechtenstein Marco Büchel United States Daron Rahlves [23]
1248 24 22 January 2006   SL 356  France Jean-Pierre Vidal Austria Reinfried Herbst Austria Benjamin Raich [24]
1249 25 22 January 2006   KB 090  Austria Benjamin Raich United States Bode Miller Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [25]
1250 26 24 January 2006   Austria Schladming SL 357  Finland Kalle Palander Japan Akira Sasaki Austria Benjamin Raich [26]
1251 27 28 January 2006   Germany Garmisch DH 367  Austria Hermann Maier Austria Klaus Kröll Austria Andreas Buder [27]
1252 28 29 January 2006   SG 128  Austria Christoph Gruber United States Scott Macartney Norway Kjetil André Aamodt [28]
1253 29 3 February 2006   France Chamonix SC 091  Austria Benjamin Raich Austria Rainer Schönfelder United States Bode Miller [29]
4 February 2006   DH cnx  canceled
2006 Winter Olympics (12–25 February)
1254 30 4 March 2006   South Korea Yongpyong GS 309  Italy Davide Simoncelli Italy Massimiliano Blardone Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [30]
1255 31 5 March 2006   GS 310  United States Ted Ligety Finland Kalle Palander
Sweden Fredrik Nyberg
[31]
1256 32 10 March 2006   Japan Shiga Kogen SL 358  Austria Benjamin Raich Japan Akira Sasaki Canada Thomas Grandi [32]
1257 33 11 March 2006   SL 359  Finland Kalle Palander
Austria Reinfried Herbst
Canada Thomas Grandi [33]
1258 34 15 March 2006   Sweden Åre DH 368  Norway Aksel Lund Svindal United States Bode Miller Italy Peter Fill [34]
1259 35 16 March 2006   SG 129  United States Bode Miller United States Daron Rahlves Norway Aksel Lund Svindal [35]
1260 36 17 March 2006   GS 311  Austria Benjamin Raich Italy Massimiliano Blardone Sweden Fredrik Nyberg [36]
1261 37 18 March 2006   SL 360  Sweden Markus Larsson France Stéphane Tissot Canada Thomas Grandi [37]

Ladies

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom, SG – Super Giant Slalom, SC – Super Combined[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
1146 1 22 October 2005   Austria Sölden GS 301  Slovenia Tina Maze Croatia Janica Kostelić Sweden Anja Pärson [38]
1147 2 2 December 2005   Canada Lake Louise DH 296  Italy Elena Fanchini Austria Michaela Dorfmeister Austria Alexandra Meissnitzer [39]
1148 3 3 December 2005   DH 297  United States Lindsey Kildow Switzerland Sylviane Berthod Austria Michaela Dorfmeister [40]
1149 4 4 December 2005   SG 137  Austria Alexandra Meissnitzer Austria Andrea Fischbacher Austria Michaela Dorfmeister [41]
1150 5 9 December 2005   United States Aspen SG 138  Switzerland Nadia Styger Austria Michaela Dorfmeister Austria Andrea Fischbacher [42]
1151 6 10 December 2005   GS 302  Spain María J. Rienda Sweden Anja Pärson Austria Kathrin Zettel [43]
1152 7 11 December 2005   SL 339  Sweden Anja Pärson Croatia Janica Kostelić Austria Kathrin Zettel [44]
1153 8 17 December 2005   France Val-d'Isère DH 298  United States Lindsey Kildow United States Caroline Lalive Austria Alexandra Meissnitzer [45]
1154 9 18 December 2005   SG 139  Austria Michaela Dorfmeister Austria Alexandra Meissnitzer Canada Emily Brydon [46]
1155 10 21 December 2005   Czech Republic Špindlerův Mlýn GS 303  Croatia Janica Kostelić Austria Kathrin Zettel Austria Marlies Schild [47]
1156 11 22 December 2005   SL 340  Sweden Anja Pärson Croatia Janica Kostelić Austria Marlies Schild [48]
1157 12 28 December 2005   Austria Lienz GS 304  Sweden Anja Pärson Austria Nicole Hosp Slovenia Tina Maze [49]
1158 13 28 December 2005   SL 341  Austria Marlies Schild Austria Nicole Hosp Croatia Janica Kostelić [50]
1159 14 5 January 2006   Croatia Zagreb SL 342  Austria Marlies Schild Austria Kathrin Zettel Croatia Janica Kostelić [51]
7 January 2006   Slovenia Maribor GS cnx  replaced in Ofterschwang on 3 February 2006
1160 15 8 January 2006   SL 343  Austria Marlies Schild Croatia Janica Kostelić Sweden Therese Borssén [52]
1161 16 13 January 2006   Austria Bad Kleinkirchheim DH 299  Sweden Anja Pärson Austria Michaela Dorfmeister Switzerland Fränzi Aufdenblatten [53]
1162 17 14 January 2006   DH 300  Croatia Janica Kostelić Sweden Nike Bent Austria Michaela Dorfmeister [54]
1163 18 15 January 2006   SG 140  Croatia Janica Kostelić Austria Michaela Dorfmeister
Austria Alexandra Meissnitzer
[55]
1164 19 20 January 2006   Switzerland St. Moritz SG 141  Austria Michaela Dorfmeister Slovenia Tina Maze Austria Nicole Hosp [56]
1165 20 21 January 2006   DH 301  Austria Michaela Dorfmeister Austria Renate Götschl Croatia Janica Kostelić [57]
1166 21 22 January 2006   SC 074  Croatia Janica Kostelić Sweden Anja Pärson United States Lindsey Kildow [58]
1167 22 27 January 2006   Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo SG 142  Sweden Anja Pärson United States Julia Mancuso United States Lindsey Kildow [59]
1168 23 28 January 2006   DH 302  Austria Renate Götschl United States Julia Mancuso Austria Elisabeth Görgl [60]
1169 24 29 January 2006   GS 305  Austria Nicole Hosp Canada Geneviève Simard Austria Elisabeth Görgl [61]
1170 25 [nb 1]3 February 2006   Germany Ofterschwang GS 306  Spain María J. Rienda Sweden Anja Pärson Austria Kathrin Zettel [62]
1171 26 4 February 2006   GS 307  Spain María J. Rienda
Sweden Anja Pärson
United States Julia Mancuso [63]
1172 27 5 February 2006   SL 344  Croatia Janica Kostelić Austria Kathrin Zettel Austria Marlies Schild [64]
2006 Winter Olympics (12–25 February)
1173 28 3 March 2006   Norway Kvitfjell/Hafjell SG 143  Austria Michaela Dorfmeister
United States Lindsey Kildow
Switzerland Nadia Styger
[65]
1174 29 4 March 2006   SC 075  Croatia Janica Kostelić Sweden Anja Pärson Austria Marlies Schild [66]
1175 30 5 March 2006   GS 308  Spain María J. Rienda Austria Nicole Hosp Finland Tanja Poutiainen [67]
1176 31 10 March 2006   Finland Levi SL 345  Croatia Janica Kostelić Sweden Anja Pärson Austria Kathrin Zettel [68]
1177 32 11 March 2006   SL 346  Sweden Anja Pärson Croatia Janica Kostelić Austria Nicole Hosp [69]
1178 33 15 March 2006   Sweden Åre DH 303  Sweden Anja Pärson United States Lindsey Kildow Austria Elisabeth Görgl [70]
1179 34 16 March 2006   SG 144  Austria Nicole Hosp Austria Michaela Dorfmeister Germany Martina Ertl-Renz [71]
1180 35 17 March 2006   SL 347  Croatia Janica Kostelić Austria Marlies Schild Sweden Anja Pärson [72]
1181 36 18 March 2006   GS 309  Croatia Janica Kostelić Canada Geneviève Simard Austria Nicole Hosp
Finland Tanja Poutiainen
[73]

Mixed combined team event

Event Key: TE – Mixed combined team event (Super G + Slalom)
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third Details
1 1 19 March 2006   Sweden Åre TE 001   Austria
Andrea Fischbacher
Nicole Hosp
Michaela Kirchgasser
Stephan Görgl
Reinfried Herbst
Benjamin Raich
 United States
Lindsey Kildow
Julia Mancuso
Resi Stiegler
Ted Ligety
Scott Macartney
Daron Rahlves
 Sweden
Janette Hargin
Jessica Lindell-Vikarby
Maria Pietilä Holmner
Patrik Järbyn
Markus Larsson
Andre Myhrer
[74]

Men

Overall

Place Name Country Total
1 Benjamin Raich  Austria 1410
2 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 1006
3 Bode Miller  United States 928
4 Daron Rahlves  United States 903
5 Michael Walchhofer  Austria 855

Downhill

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In Men's Downhill World Cup 2005/06 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 2Canada 5United States 8France 12Italy 16Italy 20Switzerland 23Austria 27Germany 30France 35Sweden
1 Michael Walchhofer  Austria 522 36 26 100 80 50 80 100 26 - 24
2 Fritz Strobl  Austria 491 100 50 80 45 80 60 - 26 - 50
3 Daron Rahlves  United States 444 - 100 18 12 100 100 60 18 - 36
4 Marco Büchel  Liechtenstein 400 60 22 24 100 45 29 80 40 - -
5 Bode Miller  United States 340 9 80 36 32 29 24 50 - - 80
6 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 322 80 32 40 40 - 45 - 45 - 40
7 Hermann Maier  Austria 305 50 12 29 18 20 50 8 100 - 18
8 Bruno Kernen   Switzerland 268 45 45 50 24 - 24 14 40 - 26
9 Didier Défago   Switzerland 246 26 5 8 29 32 32 40 29 - 45
10 Kristian Ghedina  Italy 235 4 13 26 50 40 24 36 22 - 20
11 Erik Guay  Canada 221 14 40 36 60 15 11 45 - - -
12 Klaus Kröll  Austria 216 32 - 45 9 26 12 12 80 - -
13 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 182 40 7 12 5 - 18 - - - 100

Super-G

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In Men's Super G World Cup 2005/06 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 3Canada 4United States 11Italy 22Austria 28Germany 36Sweden
1 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 284 100 50 45 18 11 60
2 Hermann Maier  Austria 282 10 32 40 100 50 50
3 Daron Rahlves  United States 269 60 45 24 40 20 80
4 Hannes Reichelt  Austria 250 32 100 - 60 29 29
5 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 223 45 36 50 - 60 32
6 Erik Guay  Canada 204 24 80 80 20 - -
7 Ambrosi Hoffmann   Switzerland 165 50 14 60 32 9 -
8 Peter Fill  Italy 162 11 16 9 80 10 36
9 Christoph Gruber  Austria 147 18 - 16 13 100 -
10 Bode Miller  United States 145 13 - 32 - - 100
11 Stephan Görgl  Austria 144 6 15 12 50 16 45
12 Hans Grugger  Austria 133 15 18 100 - - -

Giant slalom

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In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 2005/06 all results count.

Place Name Country Total 1Austria 6United States 13Italy 14Slovenia 17Switzerland 31South Korea 32South Korea 37Sweden
1 Benjamin Raich  Austria 481 50 - 36 100 100 45 50 100
2 Massimiliano Blardone  Italy 442 40 20 100 80 24 80 18 80
3 Fredrik Nyberg  Sweden 414 36 36 22 50 80 50 80 60
4 Davide Simoncelli  Italy 314 6 29 80 22 32 100 45 -
5 Kalle Palander  Finland 306 22 60 45 13 60 26 80 -
6 Thomas Grandi  Canada 259 29 14 18 60 40 40 36 22
7 François Bourque  Canada 236 45 40 66 6 - - 29 50
8 Hermann Maier  Austria 223 100 32 40 - 36 8 7 -
9 Bode Miller  United States 198 80 100 - - 18 - - -
10 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 195 24 45 8 12 6 60 40 -
11 Daron Rahlves  United States 190 - 80 50 - - - 20 40
12 Ted Ligety  United States 188 32 - - - 20 - 100 36

Slalom

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Place Name Country Total 7United States 10Italy 15Slovenia 18Switzerland 21Switzerland 24Austria 26Austria 33Japan 34Japan 38Sweden
1 Giorgio Rocca  Italy 547 100 100 100 100 100 - - 15 32 -
2 Kalle Palander  Finland 495 - 60 45 45 80 36 100 29 100 -
3 Benjamin Raich  Austria 410 - 80 - 60 - 60 60 100 50 -
4 Ted Ligety  United States 396 60 40 60 80 45 40 - 45 26 -
5 Thomas Grandi  Canada 360 - 50 80 - - 32 18 60 60 60
6 Stéphane Tissot  France 336 80 - 8 - 22 50 45 36 15 80
7 Akira Sasaki  Japan 333 50 18 18 - - 18 80 80 40 29
8 Reinfried Herbst  Austria 316 22 32 6 24 40 80 - 12 100 -
9 Markus Larsson  Sweden 291 - 26 14 40 24 29 - 13 45 100
10 Jean-Pierre Vidal  France 253 - 45 29 50 29 100 - - - -

Super combined

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Place Name Country Total 9France 20Switzerland 26Austria 30France
1 Benjamin Raich  Austria 345 45 100 100 100
2 Bode Miller  United States 200 60 - 80 60
Michael Walchhofer  Austria 200 100 50 - 50
4 Rainer Schönfelder  Austria 182 80 22 - 80
5 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 162 50 80 - 32
6 Peter Fill  Italy 142 32 60 50 -
7 Aksel Lund Svindal  Norway 140 36 29 60 15
8 Andrej Šporn  Slovenia 123 22 16 45 40
9 Didier Défago   Switzerland 95 - 45 - 50
Silvan Zurbriggen   Switzerland 93 40 24 - 29

Standings

Overall

Place Name Country Total
1 Janica Kostelić  Croatia 1970
2 Anja Pärson  Sweden 1662
3 Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria 1364
4 Nicole Hosp  Austria 1112
5 Lindsey Kildow  United States 1067

Downhill

Place Name Country Total
1 Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria 498
2 Lindsey Kildow  United States 410
3 Renate Götschl  Austria 315
4 Janica Kostelić  Croatia 300
5 Fränzi Aufdenblatten   Switzerland 272

Super-G

Place Name Country Total
1 Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria 626
2 Alexandra Meissnitzer  Austria 437
3 Nadia Styger   Switzerland 360
4 Lindsey Kildow  United States 326
5 Janica Kostelić  Croatia 266

Giant slalom

Place Name Country Total
1 Anja Pärson  Sweden 585
2 María José Rienda Contreras  Spain 537
3 Janica Kostelić  Croatia 464
4 Nicole Hosp  Austria 461
5 Geneviève Simard  Canada 343

Slalom

Place Name Country Total
1 Janica Kostelić  Croatia 740
2 Marlies Schild  Austria 550
3 Anja Pärson  Sweden 485
4 Kathrin Zettel  Austria 399
5 Tanja Poutiainen  Finland 320

Super combined

Place Name Country Total
1 Janica Kostelić  Croatia 200
2 Anja Pärson  Sweden 160
3 Lindsey Kildow  United States 110
4 Marlies Schild  Austria 105
5 Nicole Hosp  Austria 90

Nations Cup

Overall

Place Country Total
1  Austria 15449
2  United States 6541
3  Italy 4892
4  Sweden 4722
5   Switzerland 3951
6  Canada 3260
7  France 2744
8  Croatia 2503
9  Norway 2333
10  Germany 1657

See also: Alpine skiing at the 2006 Winter Olympics

Footnotes

  1. ^ Giant slalom from Maribor was rescheduled to Ofterschwang on 3 February 2006

References

  1. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2006 men's schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.
  2. ^ "FIS: Alpine World Cup 2006 ladies' schedule". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 24 September 2018.

External links

  • FIS-ski.com - World Cup standings - 2006
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