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1967 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

1967 season of the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup

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FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 1967
Discipline Men Women
Overall Jean-Claude Killy Nancy Greene
Downhill Jean-Claude Killy Marielle Goitschel
Giant slalom Jean-Claude Killy Nancy Greene
Slalom Jean-Claude Killy Annie Famose
Nations Cup France France
Nations Cup overall France
Competition
Locations 10 9
Individual 17 17
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1968

The 1st World Cup races began in early January in West Germany and concluded in late March in the United States. Jean-Claude Killy of France dominated the men's competition, winning each of the three disciplines and the overall title. Nancy Greene of Canada edged out Marielle Goitschel of France for the women's overall title.

Killy's 12 race wins for the season (amazingly, out of only 17 races during the season) stood as the record for wins in a season by a skier (male or female) until Ingemar Stenmark won 13 races in 1978-79.

1967 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Intro articles: 5

Calendar

Men

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom[1]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
1 1 5 January 1967   Berchtesgaden SL 001  Heinrich Messner Jules Melquiond Dumeng Giovanoli
2 2 6 January 1967   GS 001  Georges Mauduit Léo Lacroix Jean-Claude Killy
3 3 9 January 1967   Adelboden GS 002  Jean-Claude Killy Willy Favre Georges Mauduit
4 4 14 January 1967   Wengen DH 001  Jean-Claude Killy Léo Lacroix Jean-Daniel Dätwyler
5 5 15 January 1967   SL 002  Jean-Claude Killy Heinrich Messner Jules Melquiond
6 6 21 January 1967   Kitzbühel DH 002  Jean-Claude Killy Franz Vogler Heinrich Messner
7 7 22 January 1967   SL 003  Jean-Claude Killy Bengt Erik Grahn Louis Jauffret
8 8 27 January 1967   Megève DH 003  Jean-Claude Killy Hans Peter Rohr Franz Vogler
9 9 29 January 1967   SL 004  Guy Périllat Jean-Claude Killy Karl Schranz
10 10 5 February 1967   Madonna di Campiglio SL 005  Guy Périllat Louis Jauffret Léo Lacroix
11 11 3 March 1967   Sestriere DH 004  Jean-Claude Killy Bernard Orcel Guy Périllat
12 12 10 March 1967   Franconia DH 005  Jean-Claude Killy Guy Périllat Jim Barrows
13 13 11 March 1967   SL 006  Jean-Claude Killy Jimmy Heuga Herbert Huber
14 14 12 March 1967   GS 003  Jean-Claude Killy Georges Mauduit Dumeng Giovanoli
15 15 19 March 1967   Vail GS 004  Jean-Claude Killy Jimmy Heuga Heinrich Messner
16 16 25 March 1967   Jackson Hole GS 005  Jean-Claude Killy Jimmy Heuga Werner Bleiner
17 17 26 March 1967   SL 007  Herbert Huber Georges Mauduit Werner Bleiner

Ladies

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
1 1 7 January 1967   Oberstaufen SL 001  Nancy Greene Fernande Bochatay Annie Famose
2 2 8 January 1967   GS 001  Nancy Greene Burgl Färbinger Fernande Bochatay
3 3 10 January 1967   Grindelwald SL 002  Annie Famose Gina Hathorn Isabelle Mir
4 4 11 January 1967   GS 002  Nancy Greene Annie Famose Marielle Goitschel
5 5 13 January 1967   DH 001  Nancy Greene Isabelle Mir Florence Steurer
6 6 18 January 1967   Schruns DH 002  Marielle Goitschel Erika Schinegger Annie Famose
7 7 19 January 1967   SL 003  Marielle Goitschel Annie Famose Nancy Greene
8 8 26 January 1967   St. Gervais SL 004  Annie Famose Marielle Goitschel Florence Steurer
9 9 28 January 1967   GS 003  Erika Schinegger Marielle Goitschel Annie Famose
10 10 1 February 1967   Monte Bondone SL 005  Burgl Färbinger Annie Famose Traudl Hecher
11 11 3 March 1967   Sestriere DH 003  Giustina Demetz
Marielle Goitschel
Florence Steurer
12 12 10 March 1967   Franconia DH 004  Isabelle Mir Erika Schinegger Annie Famose
13 13 11 March 1967   GS 004  Christine Béranger Florence Steurer Nancy Greene
14 14 12 March 1967   SL 006  Marielle Goitschel Isabelle Mir Annie Famose
15 15 19 March 1967   Vail GS 005  Nancy Greene Erika Schinegger Annie Famose
16 16 24 Mar 1967   Jackson Hole GS 006  Nancy Greene Erika Schinegger Traudl Hecher
17 17 26 Mar 1967   SL 007  Nancy Greene Marielle Goitschel Florence Steurer

Men

For the overall title and in each discipline standings in 1967, the best three downhills, best three giant slaloms and best three slaloms count. Point deduction is given in ().

Overall

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Killy won 12 of 15, no points in two events. He won the overall with max points.
Place Name Country Total DH GS SL
1 Jean-Claude Killy  France 225 75 75 75
2 Heinrich Messner  Austria 114 31 32 51
3 Guy Périllat  France 108 37 13 58
4 Léo Lacroix  France 93 24 39 30
5 Georges Mauduit  France 82 0 60 22
6 Jimmy Heuga  United States 70 0 42 28
7 Karl Schranz  Austria 62 9 21 32
8 Herbert Huber  Austria 58 0 14 44
9 Werner Bleiner  Austria 48 4 27 17
10 Louis Jauffret  France 46 0 0 46

Downhill

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Jean-Claude Killy won the cup with maximum points by winning all 5 events.
Place Name Country Total 4 6 8 11 12
1 Jean-Claude Killy  France 75 25 25 25 (25) (25)
2 Guy Périllat  France 37 2 15 20
3 Franz Vogler  West Germany 36 1 20 15
4 Gerhard Nenning  Austria 33 (1) 11 11 11 (2)
5 Heinrich Messner  Austria 31 (4) 15 (6) 8 8
5 Hans Peter Rohr   Switzerland 31 20 11
7 Bernard Orcel  France 28 2 6 (2) 20
8 Léo Lacroix  France 24 20 1 3
9 Jean-Daniel Dätwyler   Switzerland 22 15 4 (1) 3
10 Egon Zimmermann  Austria 19 11 8

Giant slalom

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Jean-Claude Killy won the cup with maximum points.
Place Name Country Total 2 3 14 15 16
1 Jean-Claude Killy  France 75 (15) 25 25 25 (25)
2 Georges Mauduit  France 60 25 15 20
3 Jimmy Heuga  United States 42 2 20 20
4 Léo Lacroix  France 39 20 11 8
5 Heinrich Messner  Austria 32 (3) (4) 11 15 6
6 Werner Bleiner  Austria 27 8 4 15
7 Dumeng Giovanoli   Switzerland 23 15 8
8 Karl Schranz  Austria 21 4 6 11
9 Willy Favre   Switzerland 20 20
10 Scott Henderson  Canada 16 8 6 2

Slalom

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Jean-Claude Killy won the cup with maximum points.
Place Name Country Total 1 5 7 9 10 13 17
1 Jean-Claude Killy  France 75 (11) 25 25 (20) 25
2 Guy Périllat  France 58 (6) 8 (8) 25 25
3 Heinrich Messner  Austria 51 25 20 (4) (3) 6
4 Louis Jauffret  France 46 11 15 (11) 20
Jules Melquiond  France 46 20 15 11 (6)
6 Herbert Huber  Austria 44 (3) 4 15 25
7 Karl Schranz  Austria 32 (4) 6 11 15 (1)
8 Léo Lacroix  France 30 4 15 11
9 Jimmy Heuga  United States 28 2 6 20
10 Dumeng Giovanoli   Switzerland 23 15 8

1967 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Calendar articles: 26

Ladies

Overall

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For the overall title in 1967, the best three downhills, best three giant slaloms and best three slaloms counted. 11 racers had a point deduction. The championship was decided in the last race of the season.

Place Name Country Total DH GS SL
1 Nancy Greene  Canada 176 36 75 65
2 Marielle Goitschel  France 172 56 46 70
3 Annie Famose  France 158 38 50 70
4 Isabelle Mir  France 115 47 22 46
5 Florence Steurer  France 114 34 39 41
6 Erika Schinegger  Austria 110 40 65 5
7 Burgl Färbinger  West Germany 65 5 22 38
Traudl Hecher  Austria 65 13 20 32
9 Giustina Demetz  Italy 64 42 15 7
10 Christine Béranger  France 48 0 37 11
11 Fernande Bochatay   Switzerland 39 0 19 20
12 Inge Jochum  Austria 30 8 22 0
13 Penny McCoy  United States 25 0 3 22
14 Gina Hathorn  United Kingdom 23 0 0 23
15 Annerösli Zryd   Switzerland 22 22 0 0

Downhill

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In Women's Downhill World Cup 1966/67 the best 3 results count. Two racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). For the very first time there was a shared win, when Marielle Goitschel and Giustina Demetz tied at Sestriere.

Place Name Country Total 5 6 11 12
1 Marielle Goitschel  France 56 6 25 25
2 Isabelle Mir  France 47 20 2 25
3 Giustina Demetz  Italy 42 11 (1) 25 6
4 Erika Schinegger  Austria 40 20 20
5 Annie Famose  France 38 15 8 15
6 Nancy Greene  Canada 36 25 11
7 Florence Steurer  France 34 15 4 15 (4)
8 Annerösli Zryd   Switzerland 22 11 11
9 Traudl Hecher  Austria 13 3 8 2
10 Suzy Chaffee  United States 12 8 3 1

Giant slalom

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In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1966/67 the best 3 results count. Eight racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Nancy Greene won four races. She won the cup with maximum points.

Place Name Country Total 2 4 9 13 15 16
1 Nancy Greene  Canada 75 25 25 (15) 25 (25)
2 Erika Schinegger  Austria 65 25 (11) 20 20
3 Annie Famose  France 50 20 15 (3) 15 (8)
4 Marielle Goitschel  France 46 (8) 15 20 (4) (6) 11
5 Florence Steurer  France 39 (6) 8 11 20 (4)
6 Christine Béranger  France 37 11 25 1
7 Burgl Färbinger  West Germany 22 20 2
Inge Jochum  Austria 22 11 11
Isabelle Mir  France 22 (2) 8 8 6
10 Traudl Hecher  Austria 20 3 2 (2) (2) 15

Slalom

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In Women's Slalom World Cup 1966/67 the best 3 results count. Six racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total 1 3 7 8 10 14 17
1 Annie Famose  France 70 (15) 25 20 25 (20) (15)
Marielle Goitschel  France 70 (11) 25 20 25 (20)
3 Nancy Greene  Canada 65 25 15 25
4 Isabelle Mir  France 46 15 (8) 20 11
5 Florence Steurer  France 41 11 15 15
6 Burgl Färbinger  West Germany 38 2 11 25
7 Traudl Hecher  Austria 32 6 (2) 11 15
8 Gina Hathorn  United Kingdom 23 20 3
9 Penny McCoy  United States 22 8 6 8
10 Fernande Bochatay   Switzerland 20 20

1967 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Ladies articles: 20

Nations Cup

Overall

Place Country Total Men Ladies
1  France 1547 802 745
2  Austria 684 391 293
3  Canada 274 50 224
4   Switzerland 264 167 97
5  United States 174 97 77
6  Italy 127 42 85
7  West Germany 115 38 77
8  Sweden 32 32 0
9  United Kingdom 23 0 23

Men

French racers won 15 races out of 17 – Austrian races were only able to win the first and the last event.

Place Country Total DH GS SL Racers Wins
1  France 802 216 236 350 11 15
2  Austria 391 112 108 171 8 2
3   Switzerland 167 78 64 25 9 0
4  United States 97 15 43 39 6 0
5  Canada 50 0 22 28 3 0
6  Italy 42 19 4 19 4 0
7  West Germany 38 36 0 2 2 0
8  Sweden 32 0 0 32 4 0

Ladies

Place Country Total DH GS SL Racers Wins
1  France 745 183 235 327 7 8
2  Austria 293 72 143 78 8 1
3  Canada 224 36 115 73 2 7
4   Switzerland 97 26 31 40 5 0
5  Italy 85 45 15 25 3 1
6  West Germany 77 11 22 44 3 1
 United States 77 12 9 56 8 0
8  United Kingdom 23 0 0 23 1 0

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