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2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup

2015 World Cup Champions
Marcel Hirscher won the overall title for the fourth successive year.
Anna Fenninger won the overall title for the second successive year.

The 49th FIS Alpine Ski World Cup season began on 25 October 2014, in Sölden, Austria, and concluded on 22 March 2015 at the World Cup finals in Meribel, France.[1] The defending overall champions from the 2014 season - Marcel Hirscher and Anna Fenninger, both of Austria, defended their titles successfully. The season was interrupted by the World Championships in February, in the United States at Vail/Beaver Creek, Colorado.[2] Combined events were not awarded as a discipline trophy.

Contents

  • Race Calendar 1
    • Key 1.1
    • Men 1.2
    • Ladies 1.3
    • Mixed 1.4
  • Standings: Men 2
    • Overall 2.1
    • Downhill 2.2
    • Super-G 2.3
    • Giant Slalom 2.4
    • Slalom 2.5
    • Alpine Combined 2.6
  • Standings: Ladies 3
    • Overall 3.1
    • Downhill 3.2
    • Super-G 3.3
    • Giant slalom 3.4
    • Slalom 3.5
    • Alpine Combined 3.6
  • Standings: Nations Cup 4
    • Overall 4.1
    • Men 4.2
    • Ladies 4.3
  • Standings: Prize Money 5
    • Men 5.1
    • Ladies 5.2
  • Footnotes 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

Race Calendar

Key

DH Downhill
SG Super-Giant Slalom
GS Giant Slalom
SL Slalom
CE City Event (parallel courses)
SC Super Combined
TE Team Event (by nations)

Men

Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Details
26 October 2014 Sölden, Austria GS Marcel Hirscher Fritz Dopfer Alexis Pinturault [3]
16 November 2014 Levi, Finland SL Henrik Kristoffersen Marcel Hirscher Felix Neureuther [4]
29 November 2014 Lake Louise, Canada DH Kjetil Jansrud Guillermo Fayed
M. Osborne-Paradis
[5]
30 November 2014 SG Kjetil Jansrud Matthias Mayer Dominik Paris [6]
5 December 2014 Beaver Creek,
United States of America
DH Kjetil Jansrud    Beat Feuz Steven Nyman [7]
6 December 2014 SG Hannes Reichelt Kjetil Jansrud Alexis Pinturault [8]
7 December 2014 GS Ted Ligety Alexis Pinturault Marcel Hirscher [9]
13 December 2014 Val-d'Isère, France GS lack of snow; rescheduled to Åre[10]
14 December 2014 SL
12 December 2014 Åre, Sweden GS Marcel Hirscher Ted Ligety Stefan Luitz [11]
14 December 2014 SL Marcel Hirscher Felix Neureuther Aleksandr Khoroshilov [12]
19 December 2014 Val Gardena, Italy DH Steven Nyman Kjetil Jansrud Dominik Paris [13]
20 December 2014 SG Kjetil Jansrud Dominik Paris Hannes Reichelt [14]
21 December 2014 Alta Badia, Italy GS Marcel Hirscher Ted Ligety Thomas Fanara [15]
22 December 2014 Madonna di Campiglio, Italy SL Felix Neureuther Fritz Dopfer Jens Byggmark [16]
28 December 2014 Santa Caterina, Italy DH Travis Ganong Matthias Mayer Dominik Paris [17]
1 January 2015 Munich, Germany CE cancelled; lack of snow[18]
6 January 2015 Zagreb, Croatia SL Marcel Hirscher Felix Neureuther Sebastian Foss Solevåg [19]
10 January 2015 Adelboden, Switzerland GS Marcel Hirscher Alexis Pinturault Henrik Kristoffersen [20]
11 January 2015 SL Stefano Gross Fritz Dopfer Marcel Hirscher [21]
16 January 2015 Wengen, Switzerland SC    Carlo Janka Victor Muffat-Jeandet Ivica Kostelić [22]
17 January 2015 SL Felix Neureuther Stefano Gross Henrik Kristoffersen [23]
18 January 2015[24] DH Hannes Reichelt    Beat Feuz    Carlo Janka [25]
23 January 2015 Kitzbühel, Austria SG Dominik Paris Matthias Mayer Georg Streitberger [26]
23 January 2015 SC Alexis Pinturault Marcel Hirscher Ondřej Bank [27]
24 January 2015 DH Kjetil Jansrud Dominik Paris Guillermo Fayed [28]
25 January 2015 SL Mattias Hargin Marcel Hirscher Felix Neureuther [29]
27 January 2015 Schladming, Austria SL Alexander Khoroshilov Stefano Gross Felix Neureuther [30]
FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2015   (2–15 February)
21 February 2015 Saalbach, Austria DH Matthias Mayer Max Franz Hannes Reichelt [31]
22 February 2015 SG Matthias Mayer Adrien Théaux Kjetil Jansrud [32]
28 February 2015 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany DH Hannes Reichelt Romed Baumann Matthias Mayer [33]
1 March 2015 GS Marcel Hirscher Felix Neureuther Benjamin Raich [34]
7 March 2015 Kvitfjell, Norway DH Hannes Reichelt M. Osborne-Paradis Werner Heel [35]
8 March 2015 SG Kjetil Jansrud Vincent Kriechmayr Dustin Cook [36]
14 March 2015 Kranjska Gora, Slovenia GS Alexis Pinturault Marcel Hirscher Thomas Fanara [37]
15 March 2015 SL Henrik Kristoffersen Giuliano Razzoli Mattias Hargin [38]
18 March 2015 Méribel, France DH Kjetil Jansrud    Didier Défago Georg Streitberger [39]
19 March 2015 SG Dustin Cook Kjetil Jansrud Brice Roger [40]
21 March 2015 GS Henrik Kristoffersen Fritz Dopfer Thomas Fanara [41]
22 March 2015 SL Marcel Hirscher Giuliano Razzoli Alexander Khoroshilov [42]

Ladies

Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Details
25 October 2014 Sölden, Austria GS Anna Fenninger
Mikaela Shiffrin
Eva-Maria Brem [43]
15 November 2014 Levi, Finland SL Tina Maze Frida Hansdotter Kathrin Zettel [44]
29 November 2014 Aspen,
United States of America
GS Eva-Maria Brem Kathrin Zettel Federica Brignone [45]
30 November 2014 SL Nicole Hosp Frida Hansdotter Kathrin Zettel [46]
5 December 2014 Lake Louise, Canada DH Tina Maze Anna Fenninger Tina Weirather [47]
6 December 2014 DH Lindsey Vonn Stacey Cook Julia Mancuso [48]
7 December 2014 SG    Lara Gut Lindsey Vonn Tina Maze [49]
13 December 2014 Courchevel, France GS lack of snow; rescheduled to Åre[10]
14 December 2014 SL
12 December 2014 Åre, Sweden GS Tina Maze Sara Hector Eva-Maria Brem [50]
13 December 2014 SL Maria Pietilä-Holmner Tina Maze Frida Hansdotter [51]
20 December 2014 Val-d'Isère, France DH Lindsey Vonn Elisabeth Görgl
Viktoria Rebensburg
[52]
21 December 2014 SG Elisabeth Görgl Anna Fenninger Tina Maze [53]
28 December 2014 Semmering, Austria GS lack of snow; rescheduled to Kühtai[54]
29 December 2014 SL
28 December 2014 Kühtai, Austria GS Sara Hector Anna Fenninger Mikaela Shiffrin [55]
29 December 2014 SL Mikaela Shiffrin Šárka Strachová    Wendy Holdener [56]
1 January 2015 Munich, Germany CE cancelled; lack of snow[18]
4 January 2015 Zagreb, Croatia SL Mikaela Shiffrin Kathrin Zettel Nina Løseth [57]
10 January 2015 Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria DH strong winds; rescheduled to Cortina d'Ampezzo [58]
11 January 2015 SG strong winds; rescheduled to Bansko [58]
13 January 2015 Flachau, Austria SL Frida Hansdotter Tina Maze Mikaela Shiffrin [59]
16 January 2015 Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy DH Elena Fanchini Larisa Yurkiw Viktoria Rebensburg [60]
17 January 2015 DH too much snow; postponed to following day
18 January 2015 SG original schedule switch delay with downhill; postponed to following day
18 January 2015 DH Lindsey Vonn Elisabeth Görgl Daniela Merighetti [61]
19 January 2015 SG Lindsey Vonn Anna Fenninger Tina Weirather [62]
24 January 2015 St. Moritz, Switzerland DH    Lara Gut Anna Fenninger Edit Miklós [63]
25 January 2015 SG Lindsey Vonn Anna Fenninger Nicole Hosp [64]
FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2015   (2–15 February)
21 February 2015 Maribor, Slovenia GS Anna Fenninger Viktoria Rebensburg Tina Weirather [65]
22 February 2015 SL Mikaela Shiffrin Veronika Velez-Zuzulová Šárka Strachová [66]
27 February 2015 Bansko, Bulgaria SG fog; postponed to 2 March [67]
28 February 2015 SG fog; not rescheduled [68]
1 March 2015 SC Anna Fenninger Tina Maze Kathrin Zettel [69]
2 March 2015 SG Anna Fenninger Tina Maze Lindsey Vonn [68]
7 March 2015 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany DH Tina Weirather Anna Fenninger Tina Maze [70]
8 March 2015 SG Lindsey Vonn Tina Maze Anna Fenninger [71]
13 March 2015 Åre, Sweden GS Anna Fenninger Nadia Fanchini Eva-Maria Brem [72]
14 March 2015 SL Mikaela Shiffrin Veronika Velez-Zuzulová Šárka Strachová [73]
18 March 2015 Méribel, France DH Lindsey Vonn Elisabeth Görgl Nicole Hosp [74]
19 March 2015 SG Lindsey Vonn Anna Fenninger Tina Maze [75]
21 March 2015 SL Mikaela Shiffrin Frida Hansdotter Veronika Velez-Zuzulová [76]
22 March 2015 GS Anna Fenninger Eva-Maria Brem Tina Maze [77]

Mixed

Date Venue Event Winner Second Third Details
20 March 2015 Méribel, France TE   Switzerland
Charlotte Chable
Michelle Gisin
Wendy Holdener
Gino Caviezel
Justin Murisier
Reto Schmidiger
 Sweden
Sara Hector
Anna Swenn-Larsson
Emelie Wikström
Mattias Hargin
Anton Lahdenperä
André Myhrer
 Austria
Eva-Maria Brem
Carmen Thalmann
Christoph Nösig
Philipp Schörghofer
:  
:  
[78]

Standings: Men

Overall

Pos. Athlete SÖL
LEV
LKL
BCR
ÅRE
VGA
ABD
MCP
SCV
ZAG
ADE
WEN
KIT
SCH
SAA
GAR
KVI
KRG
MÉR
Pts
GS SL DH SG DH SG GS GS SL DH SG GS SL DH SL GS SL SC SL DH SG SC DH SL SL DH SG DH GS DH SG GS SL DH SG GS SL
1 Hirscher 1 2 DNF 3 1 1 1 7 1 1 3 DNF1 44 2 2 14 17 1 2 6 4 4 1 1448
2 Jansrud 15 1 1 1 2 15 DNF1 2 1 14 17 DNF2 DNF2 5 7 9 1 14 3 19 15 7 1 23 1 2 11 1288
3 Pinturault 3 67 38 3 2 6 DSQ2 17 4 5 DSQ2 2 DNF2 10 4 25 1 9 17 5 5 14 1 7 10 8 4 1006
4 Neureuther 3 8 DNF1 2 5 1 2 5 DNF1 1 3 3 2 5 9 DNF1 12 838
5 Dopfer 2 6 10 4 7 8 2 8 4 2 7 5 4 11 27 10 2 10 797
6 Reichelt DNF1 9 6 8 1 25 DNF1 11 3 34 6 DNS2 1 24 DNS2 34 3 DNF 1 1 DNF 10 7 760
7 Paris 4 3 4 5 3 2 3 25 19 1 DNS2 2 DNF 14 5 9 4 22 17 745
8 Kristoffersen 56 1 27 9 DNF1 18 4 DNF2 3 5 3 7 7 13 6 1 1 7 729
9 Mayer 15 2 9 17 24 41 7 DNF DNF2 2 32 4 22 2 DNS2 10 1 1 3 19 DNF DNF2 14 DNF 717
10 Janka 11 23 24 26 9 7 16 21 6 20 14 21 1 3 21 6 22 4 4 23 6 37 8 16 16 DNF 15 643
Pos. Athlete GS SL DH SG DH SG GS GS SL DH SG GS SL DH SL GS SL SC SL DH SG SC DH SL SL DH SG DH GS DH SG GS SL DH SG GS SL Pts
SÖL
LEV
LKL
BCR
ÅRE
VGA
ABD
MCP
SCV
ZAG
ADE
WEN
KIT
SCH
SAA
GAR
KVI
KRG
MÉR
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Purple Did not finish (DNF)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Bold – Best time in 1st run
Italics – Best time in 2nd run

Standings: Ladies

Overall

Pos. Athlete SÖL
LEV
ASP
LKL
ÅRE
ISÈ
KÜH
ZAG
FLA
COR
STM
MAR
BAN
GAR
ÅRE
MÉR
Pts
GS SL GS SL DH DH SG GS SL DH SG GS SL SL SL DH DH SG DH SG GS SL SC SG DH SG GS SL DH SG SL GS
1 Fenninger 1 12 2 9 8 6 11 2 2 5 9 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 3 1 8 2 23 1 1553
2 Maze 22 1 4 9 1 8 3 1 2 7 3 7 6 5 2 13 5 4 18 DSQ DNF1 DNF2 2 2 3 2 20 16 4 3 4 3 1531
3 Vonn 8 1 2 1 DNF 10 1 1 23 1 DNF1 DNS2 3 7 1 1 1 5 1087
4 Shiffrin 1 11 6 5 10 4 3 1 1 3 5 1 4 1 1 7 1036
5 Hosp 9 1 24 26 11 DNF1 14 11 7 DNF1 7 19 14 10 21 3 DNF1 DNF2 4 4 10 12 3 5 10 684
6 Hansdotter 16 2 DNF1 2 18 3 20 4 4 1 14 9 11 6 2 9 679
7 Zettel 4 3 2 3 11 15 15 8 2 8 6 7 3 13 15 11 646
8 Görgl DNF1 8 DNF 16 12 DNF2 2 1 11 11 2 8 8 DSQ 18 14 11 10 7 2 DNF 16 638
9 Gut DNF2 22 11 15 1 21 4 4 18 25 8 6 1 DNF 19 DNF1 10 8 5 9 9 DNF 19 623
10 Weirather 10 DNF2 3 12 7 16 12 DNF 13 21 DNF 3 9 DNF 3 DNS2 7 1 18 14 10 4 18 603
Pos. Athlete GS SL GS SL DH DH SG GS SL DH SG GS SL SL SL DH DH SG DH SG GS SL SC SG DH SG GS SL DH SG SL GS Pts
SÖL
LEV
ASP
LKL
ÅRE
ISÈ
KÜH
ZAG
FLA
COR
STM
MAR
BAN
GAR
ÅRE
MÉR
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Purple Did not finish (DNF)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Bold – Best time in 1st run
Italics – Best time in 2nd run

Standings: Nations Cup

Standings: Prize Money

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b Crystal globes were not officially awarded in the discipline, in 2015.

References

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External links

  • FIS-ski.com: Alpine skiing, FIS World Cup
  • FIS Alpine.com
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