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1986 Alpine Skiing World Cup

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The 20th World Cup season began in August 1985 in Argentina, resumed in December, and concluded in March 1986 in Canada. The overall champions were Marc Girardelli of Luxembourg and Maria Walliser of Switzerland.

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Calendar

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Race 13 was held at the Hohe Wand Wiese (may be translated into "High Wall Meadow") close to Vienna. Becoming the first ever official parallel slalom and the first ever race held under floodlight. That race did only count for the "Team Cup".

Men's overall results

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In Men's Overall World Cup 1985/86 the best five downhills, the best three Super Gs, best five giant slaloms, best five slaloms and best three combined count. The two parallel slaloms did not count for the Overall World Cup. 30 racers had a point deduction.

Men's Downhill results

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In Men's Downhill World Cup 1985/86 the best 5 results count. 15 racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Men's Super G results

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In Men's Super G World Cup 1985/86 all 5 results count. This was the first ever Super G World Cup! It started late, when the first race was held at the beginning of February. Markus Wasmeier was able to finish every race on the podium and won the cup.

Men's Giant Slalom results

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In Men's Giant Slalom World Cup 1985/86 the best 5 results count. Three racer had a point deduction, which is given in ().

Men's Slalom results

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In Men's Slalom World Cup 1985/86 the best 5 results count. 11 racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Rok Petrović won the cup with maximum points.

Men's combined results

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In Men's Combined World Cup 1985/86 the best 3 results count. Ten racer had a point deduction, which is given in ().

Men's Team results

All points were shown including individual deduction. It is only shown the parallel slalom result from the race at Vienna, which is certain to count for the Nationscup. But without the parallel slalom race held at Bromont, because result ? (Also possible, that this parallel slalom was only a show-event.)

Note:

Wins are given without the win for Ivano Edalini for Italy in the parallel slalom at Vienna.

Women's overall results

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In Women's Overall World Cup 1985/86 the best five downhills, the best three Super Gs, best five giant slaloms, best five slaloms and best three combined count. The parallel slalom only counts for the Nationscup (or was a show-event). 19 racers had a point deduction.

Women's Downhill results

see complete table

In Women's Downhill World Cup 1985/86 the best 5 results count. Ten racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Women's Super G results

see complete table

In Women's Super G World Cup 1985/86 all 5 results count. This was the first ever Super G World Cup!

Women's Giant Slalom results

see complete table

In Women's Giant Slalom World Cup 1985/86 the best five results count. Three racers had a point deduction, which are given in ().

Women's Slalom results

see complete table

In Women's Slalom World Cup 1985/86 the best 5 results count. Five racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Roswitha Steiner did win the Slalom World Cup because she had more wins than Erika Hess.

Women's combined results

see complete table

In Women's Combined World Cup 1985/86 the best 3 results count. Three racers had a point deduction, which are given in (). Swiss athletes dominated and were able to win all five competitions.

Women's Team results

All points were shown including individual deduction. But without parallel slalom, because result ? (Also possible, that the parallel slalom was only a show-event.)

References

1986 Alpine Skiing World Cup Wikipedia


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