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2001 Alpine Skiing World Cup

The 35th World Cup season began in October 2000 in Sölden, Austria, and concluded in March 2001 at the World Cup finals at Åre, Sweden. The overall winners were Hermann Maier of Austria and Janica Kostelić of Croatia. Maier won 13 races and had nearly twice the points of his nearest competitor, compariot Stephan Eberharter. In the women's competition, Kostelić won nine races and won the overall by 67 points over Renate Götschl of Austria. There were no North Americans in the top ten of either competition.


A break in the schedule was for the 2001 World Championships, held in St. Anton am Arlberg, Austria, between 29 January and 10 February 2001.

Men

Men's overall results

Place Name Country Total points
1 Hermann Maier  Austria 1618
2 Stephan Eberharter  Austria 875
3 Lasse Kjus  Norway 866
4 Benjamin Raich  Austria 865
5 Michael von Grünigen  Switzerland 743
6 Heinz Schilchegger  Austria 730
7 Kjetil André Aamodt  Norway 668
8 Josef Strobl  Austria 527
9 Fredrik Nyberg  Sweden 475
10 Didier Cuche  Switzerland 473

Women

Women's overall results

Place Name Country Total points
1 Janica Kostelić  Croatia 1256
2 Renate Götschl  Austria 1189
3 Régine Cavagnoud  France 1105
4 Sonja Nef  Switzerland 1060
5 Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria 923
6 Isolde Kostner  Italy 895
7 Martina Ertl-Renz  Germany 776
8 Corinne Rey-Bellet  Switzerland 744
9 Carole Montillet  France 702
10 Brigitte Obermoser  Austria 669

Race results

Men

Date Location Race Winner Country
29 Oct 2000 Sölden, Austria Giant slalom Hermann Maier  Austria
17 Nov 2000 Park City, USA Giant slalom Michael von Grünigen  Switzerland
19 Nov 2000 Slalom Heinz Schilchegger  Austria
25 Nov 2000 Lake Louise, Canada Downhill Stephan Eberharter  Austria
26 Nov 2000 Super G Hermann Maier  Austria
2 Dec 2000 Vail/Beaver Creek, USA Downhill Hermann Maier  Austria
3 Dec 2000 Super G Fredrik Nyberg  Sweden
9 Dec 2000 Val d'Isère, France Downhill Hermann Maier  Austria
10 Dec 2000 Giant slalom Hermann Maier  Austria
11 Dec 2000 Sestriere, Italy Slalom Hans-Petter Buraas  Norway
16 Dec 2000 Val d'Isère, France Downhill Alessandro Fattori  Italy
17 Dec 2000 Giant slalom Michael von Grünigen  Switzerland
19 Dec 2000 Madonna di Campiglio, Italy Slalom Mario Matt  Austria
21 Dec 2000 Bormio, Italy Giant slalom Christoph Gruber  Austria
6 Jan 2001 Les Arcs, France Giant slalom Michael von Grünigen  Switzerland
7 Jan 2001 Slalom cancelled
9 Jan 2001 Adelboden, Switzerland Giant slalom Hermann Maier  Austria
12 Jan 2001 Wengen, Switzerland Downhill cancelled
14 Jan 2001 Slalom Benjamin Raich  Austria
14 Jan 2001 Combined cancelled
19 Jan 2001 Kitzbühel Super G Hermann Maier  Austria
20 Jan 2001 Downhill Hermann Maier  Austria
21 Jan 2001 Slalom Benjamin Raich  Austria
21 Jan 2001 Combined Lasse Kjus  Norway
23 Jan 2001 Schladming, Austria Slalom Benjamin Raich  Austria
27 Jan 2001 Garmisch Downhill Fritz Strobl  Austria
28 Jan 2001 Super G Christoph Gruber  Austria
15 Feb 2001 Shiga Kogen, Japan Giant slalom Hermann Maier  Austria
17 Feb 2001 Slalom Pierrick Bourgeat  France
18 Feb 2001 Slalom Pierrick Bourgeat  France
23 Feb 2001 Snowbasin, USA Downhill cancelled
25 Feb 2001 Super G cancelled
2 Mar 2001 Kvitfjell, Norway Downhill Hermann Maier  Austria
3 Mar 2001 Downhill Stephan Eberharter  Austria
4 Mar 2001 Super G Hermann Maier  Austria
8 Mar 2001 Åre, Sweden Downhill Hermann Maier  Austria
9 Mar 2001 Super G cancelled
10 Mar 2001 Giant slalom Hermann Maier  Austria
11 Mar 2001 Slalom Benjamin Raich  Austria

Women

Date Location Race Winner Country
28 Oct 2000 Sölden, Austria Giant slalom Martina Ertl  Germany
16 Nov 2000 Park City, USA Giant slalom Sonja Nef  Switzerland
18 Nov 2000 Slalom Janica Kostelić  Croatia
24 Nov 2000 Aspen, USA Super G Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria
25 Nov 2000 Slalom Janica Kostelić  Croatia
30 Nov 2000 Lake Louise, Canada Downhill Petra Haltmayr  Germany
1 Dec 2000 Downhill Isolde Kostner  Italy
2 Dec 2000 Super G Renate Götschl  Austria
6 Dec 2000 Val d'Isère, France Super G Régine Cavagnoud  France
9 Dec 2000 Sestriere, Italy Giant slalom Michaela Dorfmeister  Austria
10 Dec 2000 Slalom Janica Kostelić  Croatia
16 Dec 2000 St. Moritz, Switzerland Downhill Brigitte Obermoser  Austria
17 Dec 2000 Downhill Renate Götschl  Austria
19 Dec 2000 Sestriere, Italy Giant slalom Sonja Nef  Switzerland
20 Dec 2000 Slalom Janica Kostelić  Croatia
28 Dec 2000 Semmering, Austria Slalom Janica Kostelić  Croatia
30 Dec 2000 Giant slalom Sonja Nef  Switzerland
6 Jan 2001 Maribor, Slovenia Giant slalom Sonja Nef  Switzerland
7 Jan 2001 Slalom cancelled
13 Jan 2001 Haus im Ennstal, Austria Downhill Renate Götschl  Austria
13 Jan 2001 Super G Régine Cavagnoud  France
14 Jan 2001 Flachau, Austria Slalom Janica Kostelić  Croatia
14 Jan 2001 Combined Janica Kostelić  Croatia
19 Jan 2001 Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy Downhill Isolde Kostner  Italy
20 Jan 2001 Super G Régine Cavagnoud  France
21 Jan 2001 Giant slalom Sonja Nef  Switzerland
26 Jan 2001 Ofterschwang, Germany Slalom Janica Kostelić  Croatia
26 Jan 2001 Giant slalom cancelled
16 Feb 2001 Garmisch, Germany Super G Carole Montillet  France
17 Feb 2001 Super G cancelled
18 Feb 2001 Slalom Janica Kostelić  Croatia
24 Feb 2001 Lenzerheide, Austria Downhill Kirsten L. Clark  United States
25 Feb 2001 Super G Isolde Kostner  Italy
8 Mar 2001 Åre, Sweden Downhill Hilde Gerg  Germany
9 Mar 2001 Super G Corinne Rey Bellet  Switzerland
10 Mar 2001 Slalom Sonja Nef  Switzerland
11 Mar 2001 Giant slalom Sonja Nef  Switzerland

External links

  • FIS-ski.com - World Cup standings - 2001
  • de.WorldHeritage.org - Alpiner Skiweltcup 2001 - (German)
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