First World Cup Race Results!

In alpine racing, that is! Fooled you, didn’t I?

Like I said before, I’m not going to make a habit of posting about alpine racing, but since the season opener went fairly well for the US, I thought I might as well. So here are two race snapshot graphs, similar to those I’ve been making for cross country races, although a little less tricked out. The bars represent the middle 50% of that skier’s results over the past three seasons, in this event. (Giant slalom, in this case.) The red dot is their FIS points for the race this weekend. As always, the aim is to give a quick visual representation of who skied better or worse than usual.

And the men:

Related posts:

  1. How Well Prepared Are World Cup Rookies? (Part 2a: Sprint)
  2. How To Win The SkiTrax FIS Fantasy World Cup Contest
  3. Race Snapshot: IBU World Cup 1 Women
  4. Predicting FIS Points For World Cup Races
  5. Predicting World Cup FIS Points (con’t)

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