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Skiing Rankings – Men’s

Overall Rankings – Men

Skiing Rankings

Hirscher Marcel has the record of winning 7 consecutive World titles and has numerous medals to his name. An Austrian national Marcel, leads the Skiing rankings followed by Norway’s Kristoffersen and Svinal who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Athlete Country Points
1 Hirscher Marcel Austria 1620
2 Kristoffersen Henrik Norway 1285
3 Svindal Aksel Lund Norway 886
4 Jansrud Kjetil Norway 884
5 Feuz Beat Switzerland 856
6 Pinturault Alexis France 707
7 Kriechmayr Vincent Austria 704
8 Dressen Thomas Germany 672
9 Mayer Matthias Austria 622
10 Reichelt Hannes Austria 535
11 Myhrer Andre Sweden 522
12 Paris Dominik Italy 518
13 Feller Manuel Austria 481
14 Muffat-Jeandet Victor France 458
15 Kilde Aleksander Aamodt Norway 454
16 Fill Peter Italy 446
17 Franz Max Austria 433
18 Theaux Adrien France 407
19 Matt Michael Austria 394
20 Innerhofer Christof Italy 389

 

Downhill Skiing Rankings – Men

Skiing Rankings

Feuz Beat has had knee problems several times in his career but this didn’t stop the the Swiss national from winning several medals, both in the Olympic and World Championships. He currently ranks 1st followed by Norway’s Svindel and Germany’s Dressen Thomas who rank 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Athlete Country Points
1 Feuz Beat Switzerland 682
2 Svindal Aksel Lund Norway 612
3 Dressen Thomas Germany 446
4 Paris Dominik Italy 386
5 Kriechmayr Vincent Austria 384
6 Mayer Matthias Austria 348
7 Jansrud Kjetil Norway 343
8 Reichelt Hannes Austria 268
9 Theaux Adrien France 238
10 Franz Max Austria 207
11 Fill Peter Italy 191
12 Caviezel Mauro Switzerland 177
13 Innerhofer Christof Italy 176
14 Kilde Aleksander Aamodt Norway 157
15 Roger Brice France 147
16 Sander Andreas Germany 141
17 Osborne-Paradis Manuel Canada 125
18 Clarey Johan France 121
19 Roulin Gilles Switzerland 109
20 Bennett Bryce USA 105
Slalom Skiing Rankings – Men

Skiing Rankings

Marcel tops the Slalom rankings as he leads the table with a 164-point difference between him and the 2nd rank skiier Kristooerson of Noway.

Rank Athlete Country Points
1 Hirscher Marcel Austria 874
2 Kristoffersen Henrik Norway 710
3 Myhrer Andre Sweden 460
4 Matt Michael Austria 388
5 Yule Daniel Switzerland 370
6 Zenhaeusern Ramon Switzerland 326
7 Aerni Luca Switzerland 305
8 Foss-Solevaag Sebastian Norway 297
9 Gross Stefano Italy 274
10 Moelgg Manfred Italy 244
11 Ryding Dave UK 237
12 Hargin Mattias Sweden 214
13 Strasser Linus Germany 213
14 Pinturault Alexis France 200
15 Muffat-Jeandet Victor France 186
16 Schwarz Marco Austria 174
17 Feller Manuel Austria 172
18 Noel Clement France 156
19 Nordbotten Jonathan Norway 149
20 Nestvold-Haugen Leif Kristian Norway 148
Giant Slalom Skiing Rankings – Men

Skiing Rankings

It is Hirscher Marcel yet again as he continues to dominate the Giant Slalom category by a considerable margin. Followed by Norway’s Kristoffersen and France’s Pinturault who are positioned 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Athlete Country Points
1 Hirscher Marcel Austria 720
2 Kristoffersen Henrik Norway 575
3 Pinturault Alexis France 329
4 Feller Manuel Austria 309
5 Olsson Matts Sweden 299
6 Kranjec Zan Slovenia 272
7 Murisier Justin Switzerland 228
8 Nestvold-Haugen Leif Kristian Norway 198
9 Meillard Loic Switzerland 175
10 Muffat-Jeandet Victor France 167
11 Ligety Ted USA 164
12 Faivre Mathieu France 145
13 Luitz Stefan Germany 140
14 Eisath Florian Italy 134
15 Moelgg Manfred Italy 132
16 De Aliprandini Luca Italy 128
17 Ford Tommy USA 105
18 Fanara Thomas France 102
19 Kilde Aleksander Aamodt Norway 95
20 Schmid Alexander Germany 92
Super-G Skiing Rankings – Men

Skiing Rankings

Jansrud hails from Norway and holds from the honor for being a Olympic champion and making it to the podium for more than 10 times. Currently, he is ranked the number one skiier in Super-G rankings followed by Austria’s Vincent and the Norwegian Svindal who stand 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Athlete Country Points
1 Jansrud Kjetil Norway 400
2 Kriechmayr Vincent Austria 320
3 Svindal Aksel Lund Norway 274
4 Reichelt Hannes Austria 267
5 Franz Max Austria 226
6 Ferstl Josef Germany 195
7 Innerhofer Christof Italy 189
8 Mayer Matthias Austria 180
9 Feuz Beat Switzerland 174
10 Theaux Adrien France 169
11 Dressen Thomas Germany 163
12 Kilde Aleksander Aamodt Norway 163
13 Sander Andreas Germany 134
14 Fill Peter Italy 115
15 Caviezel Mauro Switzerland 91
16 Paris Dominik Italy 87
17 Cook Dustin Canada 86
18 Walder Christian Austria 82
19 Pinturault Alexis France 78
20 Sejersted Adrian Smiseth Norway 68
Alpine Combined Skiing Rankings – Men

Skiing Rankings

Fill Peter started his career by competing in all skiing events however he now focuses on only speed events. Super-G is one of them and the Italian dominates it as he ranked on the top of table followed by Norway’s Jansrud Kjetil and France’s Muffat-Jeandet who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Athlete Country Points
1 Fill Peter Italy 140
2 Jansrud Kjetil Norway 110
3 Muffat-Jeandet Victor France 105
4 Pinturault Alexis France 100
5 Caviezel Mauro Switzerland 90
6 Trikhichev Pavel Russia 80
7 Mayer Matthias Austria 72
8 Dressen Thomas Germany 63
9 Murisier Justin Switzerland 48
10 Thompson Broderick Canada 46
11 Paris Dominik Italy 45
12 Baumann Romed Austria 42
13 Cater Martin Slovenia 41
14 Bennett Bryce USA 41
15 Kilde Aleksander Aamodt Norway 39
16 Cochran-Siegle Ryan USA 31
17 Barandun Gian Luca Switzerland 29
18 Tonetti Riccardo Italy 29
19 Goldberg Jared USA 28
20 Kosi Klemen Slovenia 26

 

Skiing Rankings – Women

Overall Skiing Rankings – Women

Skiing Rankings

A 2-time Olympic Gold medalist, Shiffrin Mikaela leads the overall women rankings followed by Swiss skier Holdener and German skier Viktoria who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Athlete Country Points
1 Shiffrin Mikaela USA 1773
2 Holdener Wendy Switzerland 1168
3 Rebensburg Viktoria Germany 977
4 Goggia Sofia Italy 958
5 Vlhova Petra Slovakia 888
6 Weirather Tina Liechtenstein 887
7 Gisin Michelle Switzerland 868
8 Mowinckel Ragnhild Norway 849
9 Hansdotter Frida Sweden 817
10 Vonn Lindsey USA 792
11 Brignone Federica Italy 774
12 Gut Lara Switzerland 691
13 Worley Tessa France 607
14 Schild Bernadette Austria 584
15 Veith Anna Austria 540
16 Haver-Loeseth Nina Norway 475
17 Schmidhofer Nicole Austria 458
18 Huetter Cornelia Austria 440
19 Meillard Melanie Switzerland 431
20 Schnarf Johanna Italy 424
Downhill Skiing Rankings – Women

Skiing Rankings

Goggia Sofia has 22 podium finishes to her name and she won a Gold medal and a bronze medal which she won at the Olympic games and World Championships respectively. Owing to these performances Sofia leads the downhill skiing rankings followed by USA’s Vonn Lindsey and Liechtenstein’s Weitather Tina who are placed 2nd and 3rd in the table.

Rank Athlete Country Points
1 Goggia Sofia Italy 509
2 Vonn Lindsey USA 506
3 Weirather Tina Liechtenstein 394
4 Huetter Cornelia Austria 272
5 Shiffrin Mikaela USA 256
6 Gisin Michelle Switzerland 240
7 Rebensburg Viktoria Germany 219
8 Mowinckel Ragnhild Norway 202
9 Schmidhofer Nicole Austria 196
10 Gut Lara Switzerland 190
11 Johnson Breezy USA 178
12 Veith Anna Austria 175
13 Venier Stephanie Austria 173
14 Fanchini Nadia Italy 170
15 Flury Jasmine Switzerland 153
16 Schnarf Johanna Italy 151
17 Wiles Jacqueline USA 149
18 Mckennis Alice USA 134
19 Siebenhofer Ramona Austria 134
20 Suter Corinne Switzerland 109
Slalom Skiing Rankings – Women

Skiing Rankings

The Slalom event is dominated by USA’s Shiffrin Mikaela as she has a total of 40 wins in this category. She is followed by Swiss national Holdener Wendy and Sweden’s Hansdotter Frida who are placed 2nd and 3rd in the women’s slalom rankings.

Rank Athlete Country Points
1 Shiffrin Mikaela USA 980
2 Holdener Wendy Switzerland 705
3 Hansdotter Frida Sweden 681
4 Vlhova Petra Slovakia 679
5 Schild Bernadette Austria 463
6 Haver-Loeseth Nina Norway 351
7 Gallhuber Katharina Austria 303
8 Meillard Melanie Switzerland 292
9 Swenn-Larsson Anna Sweden 291
10 Feierabend Denise Switzerland 267
11 Curtoni Irene Italy 236
12 Truppe Katharina Austria 209
13 Gisin Michelle Switzerland 201
14 Liensberger Katharina Austria 186
15 Mielzynski Erin Canada 182
16 Geiger Christina Germany 180
17 Wallner Marina Germany 171
18 Duerr Lena Germany 163
19 Costazza Chiara Italy 157
20 Skjoeld Maren Norway 145
Giant Slalom Skiing Rankings – Women

Skiing Rankings

Viktoria has 8 medals to her name, one of which is a Gold medal which she won at the Olympic games in 2010. Overall, she has 16 wins and 41 podium finishes which makes her the top ranked player in this category.

Rank Athlete Country Points
1 Rebensburg Viktoria Germany 582
2 Worley Tessa France 490
3 Shiffrin Mikaela USA 481
4 Mowinckel Ragnhild Norway 371
5 Brignone Federica Italy 274
6 Brunner Stephanie Austria 249
7 Moelgg Manuela Italy 248
8 Holdener Wendy Switzerland 203
9 Drev Ana Slovakia 198
10 Hector Sara Sweden 161
11 Hrovat Meta Slovenia 158
12 Bassino Marta Italy 157
13 Vlhova Petra Slovakia 149
14 Haaser Ricarda Austria 146
15 Robnik Tina Slovenia 144
16 Meillard Melanie Switzerland 139
17 Hansdotter Frida Sweden 136
18 Curtoni Irene Italy 130
19 Alphand Estelle Sweden 125
20 Haver-Loeseth Nina Norway 124
Super-G Skiing Rankings – Women

Skiing Rankings

With a total of 98 podium finishes Tina ranks on the top of the Super-G rankings followed by Gut Lara and Veith Anna who rank 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Athlete Country Points
1 Weirather Tina Liechtenstein 461
2 Gut Lara Switzerland 375
3 Veith Anna Austria 339
4 Gisin Michelle Switzerland 313
5 Goggia Sofia Italy 311
6 Brignone Federica Italy 296
7 Schmidhofer Nicole Austria 262
8 Schnarf Johanna Italy 259
9 Vonn Lindsey USA 236
10 Mowinckel Ragnhild Norway 236
11 Rebensburg Viktoria Germany 176
12 Huetter Cornelia Austria 168
13 Flury Jasmine Switzerland 165
14 Haehlen Joana Switzerland 153
15 Suter Corinne Switzerland 137
16 Tippler Tamara Austria 133
17 Fanchini Nadia Italy 129
18 Worley Tessa France 117
19 Venier Stephanie Austria 111
20 Gauthier Tiffan France 108
Alpine-Combined Skiing Rankings – Women

Skiing Rankings

The latest win that Wendy has to her name is the Gold medal which she won at the Pyeongchang Olympics in 2018. This performance along with her consistent past performances made her the top-ranked player in this category.

Rank Athlete Country Points
1 Holdener Wendy Switzerland 150
2 Gisin Michelle Switzerland 109
3 Brignone Federica Italy 100
4 Bassino Marta Italy 88
5 Bucik Ana Slovenia 66
6 Siebenhofer Ramona Austria 65
7 Vlhova Petra Slovakia 60
8 Ignjatovic Nevena Serbia 55
9 Feierabend Denise Switzerland 54
10 Vonn Lindsey USA 50
11 Brunner Stephanie Austria 45
12 Nufer Priska Switzerland 44
13 Ferk Marusa Slovakia 42
14 Kopp Rahel Switzerland 41
15 Mowinckel Ragnhild Norway 40
16 Barthet Anne-Sophie France 36
17 Goggia Sofia Italy 32
18 Haaser Ricarda Austria 29
19 Delago Nicol Italy 28
20 Ager Christina Austria 27

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