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2008 Alpine Skiing World Cup

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2008 Alpine Skiing World Cup

The 42nd World Cup season began in October 2007 in Sölden, Austria and concluded on 15 March 2008, at the World Cup Finals in Bormio, Italy. (The team event scheduled for the following day was canceled, due to adverse weather conditions.)

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The overall champions were Bode Miller and Lindsey Vonn, both of the United States. It was Miller's second overall title and Vonn's first, and the first for an American woman in a quarter century. The last was Tamara McKinney in 1983, which was also the last U.S. sweep as Phil Mahre won his third consecutive overall title.

Miller won the 2008 title by a margin of 111 points over runner-up Benjamin Raich of Austria, while Vonn outpaced her closest rival, Austrian Nicole Hosp, by 220 points. Austria won the Nations Cup for the 20th consecutive season, scoring more than double the points of runner-up Switzerland.

Overall

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Final standings after 40 races.

Downhill

see complete table

Final standings after 9 races.

Super G

see complete table

Final standings after 7 races.

Giant slalom

see complete table

Final standings after 8 races.

Slalom

see complete table

Final standings after 11 races.

Combined

see complete table

Final standings after 5 races.

Overall

Final standings after 35 races.

Downhill

Final standings after 9 races.

Super G

Standings after 6 races.

Giant slalom

Final standings after 7 races.

Slalom

Final standings after 9 races.

Combined

Final standings after 3 races.

Overall

Standings after 75 races.

Men

Final standings after 40 races.

Women

Final standings after 35 races.

References

2008 Alpine Skiing World Cup Wikipedia


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