👼 Set your curiosity free with rich, wide-ranging, hyper-connected information.

1969–70 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup

1969–1969 season of the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup

Top 10 1969–70 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup related articles

  (Redirected from 1970 Alpine Skiing World Cup)
FIS Alpine Ski World Cup 1969/70
Discipline Men Women
Overall Karl Schranz Michèle Jacot
Downhill Karl Schranz
Karl Cordin
Isabelle Mir
Giant slalom Gustav Thöni Françoise Macchi
Michèle Jacot
Slalom Patrick Russel
Alain Penz
Ingrid Lafforgue
Nations Cup France France
Nations Cup overall France
Competition
Locations 15 13
Individual 28 26

The 4th World Cup season began in December 1969 in France and concluded in March 1970 in Norway. Karl Schranz of Austria won his second consecutive overall title. Michèle Jacot of France won the women's overall title.

For the final time, the results of the World Championships, held in 1970 in Val Gardena, Italy, were included in the World Cup standings (except for the Alpine Combined results, because that discipline was not recognized in the World Cup until the 1974/75 season). Future Olympic and World Championship results were not included as World Cup races.

Malcolm Milne of Australia won the season's first downhill at Val d'Isère in December to become the first alpine racer from the Southern Hemisphere to win a World Cup event.

Calendar

Men

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom[1]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
60 1 11 December 1969   Val d'Isère GS 020  Gustav Thöni Patrick Russel Jean-Noël Augert
61 2 14 December 1969   DH 017  Malcolm Milne Jean-Daniel Dätwyler Karl Schranz
62 3 20 December 1969   Lienz GS 021  Patrick Russel Gustav Thöni     Jakob Tischhauser
63 4 21 December 1969   SL 025  Jean-Noël Augert Herbert Huber Spider Sabich
64 5 4 January 1970   Hindelang SL 026  Gustav Thöni Patrick Russel Jean-Noël Augert
65 6 5 January 1970   Adelboden GS 022  Karl Schranz Sepp Heckelmiller     Dumeng Giovanoli
66 7 10 January 1970   Wengen DH 018  Henri Duvillard Karl Cordin Heinrich Messner
67 8 11 January 1970   SL 027  Patrick Russel     Dumeng Giovanoli Henri Bréchu
68 9 17 January 1970   Kitzbühel GS 023      Dumeng Giovanoli Andrzej Bachleda Karl Schranz
69 10 18 January 1970   SL 028  Patrick Russel Gustav Thöni Jean-Noël Augert
70 11 20 January 1970   Kranjska Gora GS 024      Dumeng Giovanoli Patrick Russel Georges Mauduit
71 12 23 January 1970   Megève DH 019  Karl Schranz Heinrich Messner Henri Duvillard
72 13 25 January 1970   SL 029  Patrick Russel Alain Penz Henri Bréchu
73 14 29 January 1970   Madonna di Campiglio GS 025  Gustav Thöni     Dumeng Giovanoli Jean-Noël Augert
74 15 30 January 1970   GS 026  Gustav Thöni     Edmund Bruggmann Jean-Noël Augert
75 16 31 January 1970   SL 030  Henri Bréchu Gustav Thöni     Dumeng Giovanoli
76 17 1 February 1970   Garmisch DH 020  Karl Schranz Karl Cordin Franz Vogler
77 18 8 February 1970   Val Gardena
(1970 World Championships)
SL 031  Jean-Noël Augert Patrick Russel Billy Kidd
78 19 10 February 1970   GS 027  Karl Schranz Werner Bleiner     Dumeng Giovanoli
79 20 15 February 1970   DH 021      Bernhard Russi Karl Cordin Malcolm Milne
80 21 21 February 1970   Jackson Hole DH 022  Karl Cordin Bernard Orcel Henri Duvillard
81 22 22 February 1970   SL 032  Alain Penz Henri Bréchu Gustav Thöni
82 23 27 February 1970   Vancouver GS 028  Alain Penz Werner Bleiner Patrick Russel
83 24 28 February 1970   SL 033  Alain Penz Gustav Thöni Patrick Russel
84 25 6 March 1970   Heavenly Valley SL 034  Alain Penz Rick Chaffee Heinrich Messner
85 26 8 March 1970   GS 029  Patrick Russel Werner Bleiner Karl Schranz
86 27 13 March 1970   Voss GS 030  Werner Bleiner Jean-Noël Augert Karl Schranz
87 28 15 March 1970   SL 035  Patrick Russel Jean-Noël Augert Henri Bréchu

Note: Races 18, 19, and 20 were the events from the Alpine World Ski Championships in Val Gardena.
This was the final time that the World Championships (or Olympics) were counted in the World Cup standings.

Ladies

Event Key: DH – Downhill, SL – Slalom, GS – Giant Slalom[2]
Race Season Date Place Type Winner Second Third
61 1 10 December 1969   Val d'Isère GS 021  Françoise Macchi Barbara Ann Cochran Michèle Jacot
62 2 12 December 1969   SL 027  Michèle Jacot Barbara Ann Cochran Florence Steurer
63 3 19 December 1969   Lienz GS 022  Judy Nagel Michèle Jacot Barbara Ann Cochran
64 4 20 December 1969   SL 028  Judy Nagel Ingrid Lafforgue Bernadette Rauter
65 5 3 January 1970   Oberstaufen SL 029  Bernadette Rauter Isabelle Mir Françoise Macchi
66 6 4 January 1970   GS 023  Michèle Jacot Françoise Macchi Barbara Ann Cochran
67 7 6 January 1970   Grindelwald SL 030  Michèle Jacot Betsy Clifford Marilyn Cochran
68 8 9 January 1970   DH 015  Isabelle Mir Annie Famose Florence Steurer
69 9 13 January 1970   Badgastein SL 031  Ingrid Lafforgue Betsy Clifford Dominique Mathieux
70 10 15 January 1970   DH 016  Isabelle Mir Florence Steurer Michèle Jacot
71 11 17 January 1970   Maribor GS 024  Annemarie Pröll Florence Steurer Barbara Ann Cochran
72 12 18 January 1970   SL 032  Barbara Ann Cochran Britt Lafforgue Bernadette Rauter
73 13 22 January 1970   St. Gervais SL 033  Kiki Cutter Ingrid Lafforgue Florence Steurer
74 14 24 January 1970   GS 025  Françoise Macchi Annemarie Pröll Judy Nagel
75 15 30 January 1970   Garmisch DH 017  Françoise Macchi Wiltrud Drexel Michèle Jacot
76 16 1 February 1970   Abetone GS 026  Britt Lafforgue Marie Jean-Georges Judy Nagel
77 17 2 February 1970   SL 034  Ingrid Lafforgue Judy Nagel Dominique Mathieux
78 18 11 February 1970   Val Gardena
(1970 World Championships)
DH 018      Annerösli Zryd Isabelle Mir Annemarie Pröll
79 19 13 February 1970   SL 035  Ingrid Lafforgue Barbara Ann Cochran Michèle Jacot
80 20 14 February 1970   GS 027  Betsy Clifford Ingrid Lafforgue Françoise Macchi
81 21 21 February 1970   Jackson Hole DH 019  Isabelle Mir Annie Famose Michèle Jacot
82 22 22 February 1970   SL 036  Ingrid Lafforgue Barbara Ann Cochran Betsy Clifford
83 23 27 February 1970   Vancouver GS 028  Michèle Jacot Barbara Ann Cochran Judy Nagel
84 24 1 March 1970   SL 037  Ingrid Lafforgue Britt Lafforgue Betsy Clifford
85 25 12 March 1970   Voss GS 029  Ingrid Lafforgue Wiltrud Drexel Annemarie Pröll
86 26 14 March 1970   SL 038  Rosi Mittermaier Florence Steurer Britt Lafforgue

Note: Races 18, 19, and 20 were the events from the Alpine World Ski Championships in Val Gardena.
This was the final time that the World Championships (or Olympics) were counted in the World Cup standings.

1969–70 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Calendar articles: 39

Men

Overall

see complete table

In Men's Overall World Cup 1969/70 the best three downhills, best three giant slaloms and best three slaloms count. 18 racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total DH GS SL
1 Karl Schranz  Austria 148 65 65 18
2 Patrick Russel  France 145 0 70 75
3 Gustav Thöni  Italy 140 0 75 65
4 Jean-Noël Augert  France 120 0 50 70
5 Alain Penz  France 119 0 44 75
6 Dumeng Giovanoli     Switzerland 116 0 70 46
7 Werner Bleiner  Austria 83 0 65 18
8 Henri Duvillard  France 81 55 11 15
Heinrich Messner  Austria 81 35 15 31
10 Karl Cordin  Austria 65 65 0 0
11 Henri Bréchu  France 62 0 2 60
12 Bernard Orcel  France 52 37 10 5
13 Andrzej Bachleda  Poland 50 0 32 18
14 Malcolm Milne  Australia 48 48 0 0
15 Billy Kidd  United States 45 8 8 29
Max Rieger  West Germany 45 0 23 22

Downhill

see complete table

In Men's Downhill World Cup 1969/70 the best 3 results count. Five racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total 2   12 17 20 21
1 Karl Schranz  Austria 65 15 (8) 25 25 (11) (6)
Karl Cordin  Austria 65 20 20 (20) 25
3 Henri Duvillard  France 55 (3) 25 15 15
4 Malcolm Milne  Australia 48 25 15 8
5 Franz Vogler  West Germany 37 11 11 15
Bernhard Russi     Switzerland 37 1 11 25
Bernard Orcel  France 37 11 6 20
8 Heinrich Messner  Austria 35 15 20
9 Jean-Daniel Dätwyler     Switzerland 28 20 4 4 (3)
10 Jean-Luc Pinel  France 20 6 3 (3) 11

Giant Slalom

see complete table

In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1969/70 the best 3 results count. Ten racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Gustav Thöni won the cup with maximum points.

Place Name Country Total 1 3   9 11 14 15 19 23 26 27
1 Gustav Thöni  Italy 75 25 (20) (6) 25 25
2 Dumeng Giovanoli     Switzerland 70 (3) (15) 25 25 20 (15) (2) (4)
Patrick Russel  France 70 20 25 (11) (8) (20) (3) (15) 25 (11)
4 Karl Schranz  Austria 65 (6) 25 (15) 25 (8) 15 (15)
Werner Bleiner  Austria 65 (4) (11) (4) (3) (8) (11) 20 20 (20) 25
6 Jean-Noël Augert  France 50 15 (1) (3) (2) 15 (15) 20
7 Alain Penz  France 44 8 (3) (2) 25 11 (8)
8 Jakob Tischhauser     Switzerland 37 15 (4) (8) 11 (8) 11
9 Andrzej Bachleda  Poland 32 (4) 20 (4) (2) 6 6
10 Edmund Bruggmann    Switzerland 31 11 20

Slalom

see complete table

In Men's Slalom World Cup 1969/70 the best 3 results count. 11 racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Patrick Russel and Alain Penz won the cup with maximum points. French athletes won 10 races out of 11!

Place Name Country Total 4 5   10 13 16 18 22 24 25 28
1 Patrick Russel  France 75 (20) 25 25 25 (20) (15) (25)
Alain Penz  France 75 (3) (6) (20) (8) 25 25 25
3 Jean-Noël Augert  France 70 25 (15) (15) 25 20
4 Gustav Thöni  Italy 65 25 (11) 20 20 (11) (15) (20)
Henri Bréchu  France 60 (8) (15) (2) 15 25 20 (15)
6 Dumeng Giovanoli     Switzerland 46 20 11 15 (6) (11) (6)
7 Heinrich Messner  Austria 31 (2) (1) 8 8 (6) 15 (3)
8 Billy Kidd  United States 29 8 6 (4) 15
9 Harald Rofner  Austria 25 3 11 11
10 Rick Chaffee  United States 23 2 1 20

1969–70 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Men articles: 23

Ladies

Overall

see complete table

In Women's Overall World Cup 1969/70 the best three results from each discipline (downhill, giant slalom, and slalom) counted. Nineteen racers had a point deduction.

Place Name Country Total DH GS SL
1 Michèle Jacot  France 180 45 70 65
2 Françoise Macchi  France 145 44 70 31
3 Florence Steurer  France 133 46 37 50
4 Ingrid Lafforgue  France 132 4 53 75
5 Barbara Ann Cochran  United States 120 0 55 65
6 Judy Nagel  United States 118 10 55 53
7 Annemarie Pröll  Austria 110 23 60 27
8 Betsy Clifford  Canada 101 5 41 55
9 Isabelle Mir  France 100 75 0 25
10 Britt Lafforgue  France 87 0 32 55
11 Annie Famose  France 81 48 0 33
12 Rosi Mittermaier  West Germany 74 7 25 42
13 Bernadette Rauter  Austria 67 0 12 55
14 Marilyn Cochran  United States 62 5 23 34
15 Karen Budge  United States 58 7 28 23

Downhill

see complete table

In Women's Downhill World Cup 1969/70 the best 3 results count. Five racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Isabelle Mir won the cup with maximum points.

Place Name Country Total   10 15 18 21
1 Isabelle Mir  France 75 25 25 (11) (20) 25
2 Annie Famose  France 48 20 (3) 8 20
3 Florence Steurer  France 46 15 20 (6) 11
4 Michèle Jacot  France 45 15 15 (3) 15
5 Françoise Macchi  France 44 (6) 11 25 8
6 Wiltrud Drexel  Austria 31 11 20
7 Annerösli Zryd     Switzerland 27 2 25
8 Annemarie Pröll  Austria 23 8 15
9 Ingrid Gfölner  Austria 14 6 8
10 Judy Crawford  Canada 11 11

Giant Slalom

see complete table

In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1969/70 the best 3 results count. 14 racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Place Name Country Total 1 3 6 11 14 16 20 23 25
1 Françoise Macchi  France 70 25 (11) 20 25 (15)
Michèle Jacot  France 70 (15) 20 25 (11) 25
3 Annemarie Pröll  Austria 60 (11) (3) (8) 25 20 15
4 Judy Nagel  United States 55 25 15 15 (15)
Barbara Ann Cochran  United States 55 20 15 (15) (15) (8) (2) 20 (2)
6 Ingrid Lafforgue  France 53 8 (8) (6) (2) 20 (8) 25
7 Betsy Clifford  Canada 41 8 (1) 8 25 (1)
8 Florence Steurer  France 37 (3) 20 11 6 (3) (6)
9 Britt Lafforgue  France 32 (1) 3 25 (2) 4
10 Karen Budge  United States 28 (2) 11 (2) (2) 11 (4) 6

Slalom

see complete table

In Women's Slalom World Cup 1969/70 the best 3 results count. 14 racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Ingrid Lafforgue won the cup with maximum points. She won five races and four of them in a row.

Place Name Country Total 2 4 5   9 12 13 17 19 22 24 26
1 Ingrid Lafforgue  France 75 (6) (20) 25 (20) 25 25 (25) (25)
2 Barbara Ann Cochran  United States 65 20 25 20 (20)
Michèle Jacot  France 65 25 (11) 25 15
4 Bernadette Rauter  Austria 55 15 25 15 (3) (11) (2)
Betsy Clifford  Canada 55 (8) 20 20 (6) (3) 15 (15)
Britt Lafforgue  France 55 (3) (4) (1) 20 (6) (11) 20 15
7 Judy Nagel  United States 53 25 20 8 (6) (6) (6)
8 Florence Steurer  France 50 15 (4) (8) 15 (4) (8) 20
9 Rosi Mittermaier  West Germany 42 (4) 6 (2) (4) 11 25
10 Kiki Cutter  United States 40 (3) 11 25 4

1969–70 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Ladies articles: 7

Nations cup

Overall

Place Country Total Men Ladies
1  France 2156 921 1235
2  Austria 974 635 339
3  United States 714 151 563
4     Switzerland 467 434 33
5  Italy 248 243 5
6  West Germany 240 136 104
7  Canada 170 14 156
8  Poland 61 61 0
9  Australia 48 48 0
10  Norway 31 13 18
11  United Kingdom 23 0 23
12  Sweden 9 9 0
13  Spain 2 2 0

Men

Place Country Total DH GS SL Racers Wins
1  France 921 121 313 487 11 14
2  Austria 635 236 259 240 10 6
3     Switzerland 434 85 237 112 14 3
4  Italy 243 12 105 126 6 4
5  United States 151 28 25 98 11 0
6  West Germany 136 37 60 39 4 0
7  Poland 61 0 42 19 1 0
8  Australia 48 48 0 0 1 1
9  Canada 14 3 7 4 2 0
10  Norway 13 1 1 11 5 0
11  Sweden 9 2 0 7 3 0
12  Spain 2 0 0 2 1 0

Ladies

Place Country Total DH GS SL Racers Wins
1  France 1235 312 383 540 12 17
2  United States 563 22 247 294 9 4
3  Austria 339 76 139 124 8 2
4  Canada 156 16 47 93 3 1
5  West Germany 104 14 33 57 3 1
6     Switzerland 33 27 6 0 2 1
7  United Kingdom 23 3 4 16 3 0
8  Norway 18 1 0 17 3 0
9  Italy 5 4 0 1 2 0

Notes

External links