Skiing world-WED0206

ON THIS POST:

  • 45th Alpine World

    Ski Championships

    -- Schedule for 11 medal events

    -- Mikaela Shiffrin, Lindsey Vonn

    -- All-time World Cup wins

    -- Women standings, all-time titles

    -- Austria’s Marcel Hirsher

    -- Norway’s Aksel Lund Svindal

    -- Men’s standings, all-time titles


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76

Nations entering teams in 4th FIS Alpine World Ski Championship

now through Feb. 17

3

Times the Swedish town of Are has hosted the event (1954, 2007)

11

Medal events, 1 team event

MEDAL SCHEDULE, WINNERS
G-gender; L-ladies; M-men; B-both
DT EVENT G WINNER (2017)
F5 Super G L Mikaela Shifffrin
F6 Super G M (Eric Guay)
F8 Combined L (Wendy Holdener)
F9 Downhill M (Luca Aerni)
F10 Downhill L (Ilka Stuhec)
F11 Combined M (Beat Feuz)
F12 Team event B -
F14 Giant slalom L (Tessa Worley)
F15 Giant slalom M (Marcel Hirscher)
F16 Slalom L (Shiffrin)
F17 Slalom M (Hirscher)

4

Mikaela Shiffrin won her 4th gold medal at the World Championships winning the super-G on Feb. 4

3

Shiffrin has won the last 3 World slalom titles (2013, ‘15, 17)

WOMEN'S SUPER-G RESULTS
MEDAL SKIER COUNTRY
Gold Mikaela Shiffrin U.S.
Silver Sofia Goggia Italy
Bronze Corinne Suter Switzerland

1

Race left in Lindsey Vonn’s career (the downhill on Feb. 10)

after she crashed in the super-G


13

Wins by Shiffrin this season, 1 short of Vreni Schneider’s single-season Cup record of 14 in 1988-89


Women's World Cup standings


56

Shiffrin’s win move her past Schneider into 3rd on all-time list

WOMEN'S WORLD CUP VICTORIES
NO SKIER COUNTRY YRS
82 Lindsey Vonn U.S. 01-19
62 Annmarie
Moser-Proll
Austria 69-80
56 Mikaela Shiffrin U.S. 12-19
55 Vreni Schneider Switz. 84-95
46 Renate Gotschi Austria 93-09
42 Anja Parson Sweden 98-12
37 Marlies Schild Austria 01-14
36 Katja Seizinger Germany 89-98
33 Hanni Wenzel Liechtenstein 72-84
31 Erika Hess Switz. 78-87
30 Janica Kostelic Croatia 98-06

Overall women's World Cup titles


9

World Championship medals

won by 29-year-old Austrian superstar Marcel Hirscher


6

Gold medals Hirsher has won,

1 off Toni Sailer’s all-time record


10, 68

World Cup titles this season,

and in his career to rank 2nd

behind Ingemar Stenmark

MEN'S WORLD CUP VICTORIES
NO SKIER CNTRY YRS
86 Ingemar Stenmark Sweden 73-89
68 Marcel Hirscher Austria 2007-
54 Hermann Maier Austria 96-09
50 Alberto Tomba Italy 86-98
46 Marc Girardelli Austria 80-96
40 Pirmin Zurbriggen Switz. 81-90
36 Benjamin Raich Austria 96-15
36 Aksel Lund Svindal Norway 2001-
33 Bode Miller U.S. 97-17
29 Stephan Eberharter Austria 89-04
27 Phil Mahre U.S. 75-84
26 Franz Klammer Austria 72-85
26 Ivica Kostelić Croatia 98-17
25 Ted Ligety U.S. 2004-

17

Seasons on tour for Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway, who will join Vonn in retiring after the Worlds

36

Career World Cup wins for Svindal

  • 14: Downhill titles

  • 17: Super-G

  • 4: Giant Slalom

  • 1: Combined

5, 1, 2

Gold, silver, bronze medals won by Svindal in 7 World Championships


Men's World Cup standings


Men's overall World Cup titles

3: Phil Mahre (1975-84), Ingemar Stenmark (73-89)

Source: fis-ski.com; eurosport.com