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Legendary Jumps

Winter Olympic

    2014/02/17, M/LH, Esto-Sadok, Russia
    1. Germany (A. Wank, M. Kraus, A. Wellinger, S. Feaund) 1041.1
    2. Austria (M. Hayboeck, T. Morgenstern, T. Diethart, G. Schlierenzauer) 1038.4
    3. Japan (R. Shimizu, T. Takeuchi, D. Ito, N. Kasai) 1024.9 - Kasai again decided the team medal.

    2014/02/15, M/LH, Esto-Sadok, Russia
    1. K. Stoch POL 278.7 (139.0 m/132.5 m)
    2. N. Kasai JPN 277.4 (139.0 m/133.5 m) - Legend Kasai succeeded his first individual medal.
    3. P. Prevc SLO 274.8 (135.0 m/131.0 m)

    1998/02/17, LH, Hakuba, Japan
    1. Japan (T. Okabe, H. Saito, M. Harada, K. Funaki) 933.0 - Harada and Okabe flew at longest distance 137 m.
    2. Germany (S. Hannawald, M. Schmitt, H. Jaekle, D. Thoma) 897.4
    3. Austria (R. Schwarzenberger, M. Hoellwarth, S. Horngacher, A. Widhoelzl) 881.5

    1998/02/15, LH, Hakuba, Japan
    1. K. Funaki JPN 272.3 (126.0 m/132.5 m) - Funaki got the gold with maximum judges points.
    2. J. Soininen FIN 260.8 (129.5 m/126.5 m)
    3. M. Harada JPN 258.3 (120.0 m/136.0 m)

    1994/02/23, LH, Lillehammer, Norway
    1. Germany (H. Jaekle, C. Duffner, D. Thoma, J. Weissflog) 970.1
    2. Japan (J. Nishikata, T. Okabe, N. Kasai, M. Harada) 956.9 - Harada made a fatal failure at last.
    3. Austria (H. Kuttin, C. Moser, S. Horngacher, A. Goldberger) 918.9

    1980/02/17, 70 meter hill, Lake Placid, United States
    1. A. Innauer AUT 266.3 (89.0 m/90.0 m)
    2. H. Yagi JPN 249.2 (87.0 m/83.5 m) - A valuable silver medal for Japan.
    3. M. Deckert DDR 249.2 (85.0 m/88.0 m)

Nordic World Ski Championships

    1999/02/26, NH, Ramsau, Austria
    1. K. Funaki JPN 255.0 (96.0 m/94.0 m) - Three medals by three Japanese.
    2. H. Miyahira JPN 253.5 (95.5 m/93.5 m)
    3. M. Harada JPN 252.0 (98.0 m/94.0 m)

    1997/03/01, LH, Trondheim, Norway
    1. M. Harada JPN 252.1 (124.0 m/128.0 m) - Harada got the gold for LH and the silver for NH.
    2. D. Thoma GER 244.9 (121.5 m/124.0 m)
    3. S. Freiholz SUI 237.3 (117.5 m/123.5 m)

Ski-Flying World Championships

    1998/01/24,25, FH, Oberstdorf, Germany
    1. K. Funaki JPN 776.4 (193.0 m/191.5 m/203.0 m/205.5 m) - Consistent winner.
    2. S. Hannawald GER 769.9 (191.0 m/187.5 m/199.5 m/203.0 m)
    3. D. Thoma GER 749.9 (185.5 m/184.0 m/203.5 m/209.0 m)

    1992/03/21, FH, Harrachov, Czechia
    1. N. Kasai JPN 392.5 (182.0 m/182.0 m) - Kasai won at the age of 19.
    2. A. Goldberger AUT 377.0 (175.0 m/179.0 m)
    3. R. Cecon ITA 376.0 (162.0 m/177.0 m)

World Cup

    2019/01/06, FIS 18/19 WC 14th, LH, Bischofshofen new
    1. R. Kobayashi JPN 282.1 (135.0 m/137.5 m) - The third perfect winner of 4 Hills Tournament.
    2. D. Kubacki 268.3 (138.0 m/130.0 m)
    3. S. Kraft AUT 267.5 (134.0 m/131.5 m)

    2014/01/11, FIS 13/14 WC 16th, FH, Tauplitz-Bad Mitterndorf, Germany new
    1. N. Kasai JPN 391.6 (196.0 m/197.0 m) - The oldest winner at 41 years old.
    2. P. Prevc SLO 381.5 (199.0 m/190.5 m)
    3. G. Schlierenzauer AUT 380.3 (194.0 m/194.0 m)

    2012/03/3, FIS 11/12 WC 12th, L, NH, Zao, Japan
    1. S. Takanashi JPN 124.9 (102.5 m) - The first historical win for Ladies.
    2. S. Hendrickson USA 113.7 (95.5 m)
    3. U. Graessler GER 109.2 (95.0 m)

    2012/01/28, FIS 11/12 WC 16th, LH, Okurayama, Japan
    1. D. Ito JPN 252.6 (134.0 m/130.0 m) - Long-awaited two successive wins.
    2. A. Bardal NOR 252.5 (134.0 m/135.0 m)
    3. K. Stoch POL 247.2 (130.0 m/127.0 m)

    2009/03/10, FIS 08/09 WC 28th / Nordic Tournament, LH, Kuopio, Finland
    1. T. Okabe JPN 241.7 (123.5 m/123.0 m) - The oldest winner at 38 years old.
    2. S. Ammann SUI 240.4 (119.5 m/126.0 m)
    3. A. Malysz POL 239.3 (119.0 m/127.0 m)

    2005/03/20, FIS 04/05 WC 28th, FH, Planica, Slovenia
    1. B. Romoeren NOR 463.0 (226.0 m/239.0 m) - World record for FH.
    2. R. Ljoekelsoey NOR 453.9 (230.5 m/224.0 m)
    3. A. Widhoelzl AUT 453.2 (231.0 m/227.0 m)

    2005/01/09, FIS 04/05 WC 14th, LH, Willingen, Germany
    1. J. Ahonen FIN 279.1 (135.0 m/152.0 m) - World record for LH.
    2. M. Hoellwarth AUT 274.8 (137.0 m/146.5 m)
    3. A. Kuettel SUI 267.5 (136.5 m/141.0 m)

    2003/03/23, FIS 02/03 WC 28th, FH, Planica, Slovenia
    1. M. Hautamaeki FIN 450.5 (231.0 m/224.0 m) - World record for FH.
    2. S. Hannawald GER 427.8 (214.5 m/217.0 m)
    3. H. Miyahira JPN 419.0 (209.0 m/213.5 m)

    2002/01/06, FIS 91/92 WC 11th / 4 Hills Tournament, LH, Bischofshofen, Austria
    1. S. Hannawald GER 282.9 (139.0 m/131.5 m) - The first perfect winner of 4 Hills Tournament.
    2. M. Hautamaeki FIN 280.4 (134.0 m/131.5 m)
    3. M. Hoellwarth AUT 274.2 (129.5 m/132.0 m)

    2001/02/03, FIS 97/98 WC 14th, LH, Willingen, Germany
    1. V. Kantee FIN 293.2 (128.0 m/146.0 m)
    2. A. Malysz POL 284.3 (122.0 m/151.5 m) - World record for LH. Next day won by another WR, at the point 316.0.
    3. R. Jussilainen FIN 283.4 (128.5 m/139.5 m)

    1998/03/01, FIS 97/98 WC 19th, FH, Vikersund, Norway
    1. T. Okabe JPN 359.3 (171.5 m/182.5 m) - Swept by three Japanese in FH.
    2. H. Saito JPN 355.8 (185.5 m/168.5 m)
    3. N. Kasai JPN 352.1 (180.0 m/168.0 m)

    1998/01/01, FIS 97/98 WC 9th / 4 Hills Tournament, LH, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
    1. K. Funaki JPN 243.5 (119.0 m/116.0 m) - Swept by three Japanese on the New Year's day.
    2. M. Harada JPN 241.8 (114.0 m/122.0 m)
    3. H. Saito JPN 236.9 (115.5 m/115.0 m)

    1992/12/20, FIS 92/93 WC 5th, LH, Sapporo Okurayama, Japan
    1. A. Higashi JPN 234.4 (122.0 m/111.5 m) - This season Higashi won 5 successive games at Okurayama.
    2. W. Rathmayer AUT 220.4 (117.5 m/108.5 m)
    3. B. Myrbakken NOR 219.0 (120.5 m/107.0 m)

Japanese Competitions

    1998/02/01, TVH Cup, LH, Sapporo Okurayama, Japan
    1. M. Harada JPN 269.8 (140.5 m/120.5 m) - Hill record of the new Okurayama.
    2. K. Funaki JPN 253.7 (125.0 m/124.0 m)
    3. A. Higashi JPN 252.3 (123.0 m/125.5 m)

    1994/01/30, NHK Cup, LH, Sapporo Okurayama, Japan
    1. N. Kasai JPN 279.7 (121.5 m/135.0 m) - Miracle flight, holding the hill record of the old Okurayama.
    2. J. Nishikata JPN 235.9 (117.5 m/118.0 m)
    2. T. Okabe JPN 235.9 (119.5 m/111.0 m)

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