Most Discipline World Cup Titles
The records for most World Cup titles in each discipline are as follows:
|Downhill||Franz Klammer||Austria||5||Annemarie Moser-Pröll||Austria||7|
|Super G||Hermann Maier||Austria||5||Katja Seizinger||Germany||5|
|Giant Slalom||Ingemar Stenmark||Sweden||8||Vreni Schneider||Switzerland||5|
|Slalom||Ingemar Stenmark||Sweden||8||Vreni Schneider||Switzerland||6|
|Combined||Kjetil André Aamodt||Norway||5||Brigitte Oertli
For a complete list of winners in each discipline, see Alpine Skiing World Cup Men and Alpine Skiing World Cup Women.
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