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Olympic Winter Games

2018 Pyeongchang new

    2018/02/10, M/NH, Pyeongchang, Korea
    1. A. Wellinger GER 259.3 (104.5 m/113.5 m)
    2. J. Forfang NOR 250.9 (106.0 m/109.5 m)
    3. R. Johansson NOR 249.7 (100.5 m/113.5 m)
    7. R. Kobayashi JPN 240.8 (108.0 m/108.0 m)
    2018/02/12, L/NH/, Pyeongchang, Korea - The first individual medal for Japan.
    1. M. Lundby NOR 264.6 (105.5 m/110.0 m)
    2. K. Althaus GER 252.6 (106.5 m/106.0 m)
    3. S. Takanashi JPN 243.8 (103.5 m/103.5 m)
    2018/02/16, M/LH, Pyeongchang, Korea
    1. K. Stoch POL 285.7 (135.0 m/136.5 m)
    2. A. Wellinger GER 282.3 (135.5 m/142.0 m)
    3. R. Johansson NOR 27.3 (137.5 m/134.5 m)
    2018/02/19, M/LH, Pyeongchang, Korea
    1. Norway (D. Tande, A. Stjernen, J. Forfang, R. Johansson) 1098.5
    2. Germany (K. Geiger, S. Leyhe, R. Freitag, A. Wellinger) 1075.7
    3. Poland (M. Kot, S. Hula, D. Kubacki, K. Stoch) 1072.4

2014 Sochi

    2014/02/17, M/LH, Esto-Sadok, Russia - A fine bronze medal for Japan.
    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
    2014/02/15, M/LH, Esto-Sadok, Russia - Legend Kasai finally got an individual medal.
    1. K. Stoch POL 278.7 (139.0 m/132.5 m)
    2. N. Kasai JPN 277.4 (139.0 m/133.5 m)
    3. P. Prevc SLO 274.8 (135.0 m/131.0 m)
    2014/02/11, L/NH/, Esto-Sadok, Russia
    1. C. Vogt GER 247.4 (103.0 m/97.5 m)
    2. D. Iraschko-Stolz AUT 246.2 (98.5 m/104.5 m)
    3. C. Mattel FRA 245.2 (99.5 m/97.5 m)
    4. S. Takanashi JPN 243.0 (100.0 m/98.5 m)
    7. Y. Ito JPN 241.8 (101.5 m/100.0 m)
    2014/02/09, M/NH, Esto-Sadok, Russia
    1. K. Stoch POL 278.0 (105.5 m/103.5 m)
    2. P. Prevc SLO 265.3 (102.5 m/99.0 m)
    3. A. Bardal NOR 265.1 (101.5 m/98.5 m)
    8. N. Kasai JPN 255.8 (101.5 m/100.0 m)

2010 Vancouver

    2010/02/22, LH, Whistler, Canada
    1. Austria (W. Loitzl, A. Kofler, T. Morgenstern, G. Schlierenzauer) 1107.9
    2. Germany (M. Neumayer, A. Wank, M. Schmitt, M. Uhrmann) 1035.8
    3. Norway (A. Bardal, T. Hilde, J. Evensen, A. Jacobsen) 1030.3
    2010/02/20, LH, Whistler, Canada - Ammann won both again.
    1. S. Ammann SUI 283.6 (144.0 m/138.0 m)
    2. A. Malysz POL 269.4 (137.0 m/133.5 m)
    3. G. Schlierenzauer AUT 262.2 (130.5 m/136.0 m)
    8. N. Kasai JPN 239.2 (121.5 m/135.0 m)
    2010/02/13, NH, Whistler, Canada
    1. S. Ammann SUI 276.5 (105.0 m/108.0 m)
    2. A. Malysz POL 269.5 (103.5 m/105.0 m)
    3. G. Schlierenzauer AUT 268.0 (101.5 m/106.5 m)

2006 Torino

    2006/02/20, LH, Pragelato, Italy
    1. Austria (A. Widhoelzl, A. Kofler, M. Koch, T. Morgenstern) 984.0
    2. Finland (T. Kiuru, J. Happonen, J. Ahonen, M. Hautamaeki) 976.6
    3. Norway (L. Bystoel, B. Romoeren, T. Ingebrigtsen, R. Ljoekelsoey) 950.1
    2006/02/19, LH, Pragelato, Italy
    1. T. Morgenstern AUT 276.9 (133.0 m/140.0 m)
    2. A. Kofler AUT 276.8 (134.0 m/139.5 m)
    3. L. Bystoel NOR 250.7 (127.5 m/131.5 m)
    8. T. Okabe JPN 236.8 (125.0 m/128.5 m)
    2006/02/12, NH, Pragelato, Italy
    1. L. Bystoel NOR 266.5 (101.5 m/103.5 m)
    2. M. Hautamaeki FIN 265.5 (102.0 m/103.5 m)
    3. R. Ljoekelsoey NOR 264.5 (102.5 m/102.5 m)

2002 Salt Lake City

    2002/02/18, LH, Salt Lake City, United States - Minimum margin 0.1 after 8 flights.
    1. Germany (S. Hannawald, S. Hocke, M. Uhrmann, M. Schmitt) 974.1
    2. Finland (M. Hautamaeki, V. Lindstroem, R. Jussilainen, J. Ahonen) 974.0
    3. Slovenia (D. Fras, P. Peterka, R. Kranjec, P. Zonta) 946.3
    2002/02/13, LH, Salt Lake City, United States - Ammann won both, called a lucky boy.
    1. S. Ammann SUI 281.4 (132.5 m/133.0 m)
    2. A. Malysz POL 269.7 (131.0 m/128.0 m)
    3. M. Hautamaeki FIN 256.0 (127.0 m/125.5 m)
    7. K. Funaki JPN 245.5 (126.5 m/121.0 m)
    2002/02/10, NH, Salt Lake City, United States
    1. S. Ammann SUI 269.0 (98.0 m/98.5 m)
    2. S. Hannawald GER 267.5 (97.0 m/99.0 m)
    3. A. Malysz POL 263.0 (98.5 m/98.0 m)

1998 Nagano

    1998/02/17, LH, Hakuba, Japan - Harada and Okabe flew at longest distance 137 m.
    1. Japan (T. Okabe, H. Saito, M. Harada, K. Funaki) 933.0
    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 - Funaki got the gold with maximum judges points.
    1. K. Funaki JPN 272.3 (126.0 m/132.5 m)
    2. J. Soininen FIN 260.8 (129.5 m/126.5 m)
    3. M. Harada JPN 258.3 (120.0 m/136.0 m)
    5. T. Okabe JPN 250.1 (130.0 m/119.5 m)
    1998/02/11, NH, Hakuba, Japan
    1. J. Soininen FIN 234.5 (90.0 m/89.0 m)
    2. K. Funaki JPN 233.5 (87.5 m/90.5 m)
    3. A. Widhoelzl AUT 232.5 (88.0 m/90.5 m)
    5. M. Harada JPN 228.5 (91.5 m/84.0 m)
    7. N. Kasai JPN 221.5 (87.5 m/84.5 m)

1994 Lillehammer

    1994/02/25, NH, Lillehammer, Norway
    1. E. Bredesen NOR 282.0 (100.5 m/104.5 m)
    2. L. Ottesen NOR 268.0 (102.5 m/98.0 m)
    3. D. Thoma GER 260.5 (98.5 m/102.5 m)
    5. N. Kasai JPN 259.0 (98.0 m/93.0 m)
    8. J. Nishikata JPN 253.0 (99.0 m/94.0 m)
    1994/02/23, LH, Lillehammer, Norway - Harada made a fatal failure at last.
    1. Germany (H. Jaekle, C. Duffner, D. Thoma, J. Weissflog) 970.1
    2. Japan (J. Nishikata, T. Okabe, N. Kasai, M. Harada) 956.9
    3. Austria (H. Kuttin, C. Moser, S. Horngacher, A. Goldberger) 918.9
    1994/02/20, LH, Lillehammer, Norway
    1. J. Weissflog GER 274.5 (129.5 m/133.0 m)
    2. E. Bredesen NOR 266.5 (133.5 m/122.0 m)
    3. A. Goldberger AUT 255.0 (128.5 m/121.0 m)
    4. T. Okabe JPN 243.5 (117.0 m/128.0 m)
    8. J. Nishikata JPN 218.3 (123.5 m/110.0 m)

1992 Albertville

    1992/02/16, LH, Courchevel, France - Nieminen won at the age of 16.
    1. T. Nieminen FIN 239.5 (122.0 m/123.0 m)
    2. M. Hoellwarth AUT 227.3 (120.5 m/116.5 m)
    3. H. Kuttin AUT 214.8 (117.5 m/112.0 m)
    4. M. Harada JPN 211.3 (113.5 m/116.0 m)
    1992/02/14, LH, Courchevel, France
    1. Finland (A. Nikkola, M. Laitinen, R. Laakonen, T. Nieminen) 644.4
    2. Austria (H. Kuttin, E. Vettori, M. Hoellwarth, A.Felder) 642.9
    3. Czechoslovakia (T. Goder, F. Jez, J. Sakala,J. Parma) 620.1
    1992/02/09, NH, Courchevel, France
    1. E. Vettori AUT 218.1 (88.0 m/87.5 m)
    2. M. Hoellwarth AUT 217.0 (90.5 m/83.0 m)
    3. T. Nieminen FIN 202.9 (88.0 m/84.5 m)

1988 Calgary

    1988/02/25, 90 meter hill, Calgary, Canada
    1. Finland (A. Nikkola, M. Nykaenen, T. Ylipulli, J. Puikkonen) 634.4
    2. Jugoslavia (P. Ulaga, M. Zupan, M. Debelak, M. Tepes) 625.5
    3. Norway (O. Eidhammer, J. Kjoerum, O. Fidjestoel, E. Johnsen) 596.1
    1988/02/23, 90 meter hill, Calgary, Canada - Nykaenen won both as expected.
    1. M. Nykaenen FIN 224.0 (118.5 m/107.0 m)
    2. E. Johnsen NOR 207.9 (114.5 m/102.0 m)
    3. M. Debelak JUG 207.7 (113.0 m/108.0 m)
    1988/02/15, 70 meter hill, Calgary, Canada
    1. M. Nykaenen FIN 229.1 (89.5 m/89.5 m)
    2. P. Ploc TCH 212.1 (84.5 m/87.0 m)
    3. J. Malec TCH 211.8 (88.0 m/85.5 m)

1984 Sarajevo

    1984/02/18, 90 meter hill, Sarajevo, Jugoslavia
    1. M. Nykaenen FIN 231.2 (116.0 m/111.0 m)
    2. J. Weissflog DDR 213.7 (107.0 m/107.5 m)
    3. P. Ploc TCH 202.9 (103.5 m/109.0 m)
    1984/02/12, 70 meter hill, Sarajevo, Jugoslavia
    1. J. Weissflog DDR 215.2 (90.0 m/87.0 m)
    2. M. Nykaenen FIN 214.0 (91.0 m/84.0 m)
    3. J. Puikkonen FIN 212.8 (81.5 m/91.5 m)

1980 Lake Placid

    1980/02/23, 90 meter hill, Lake Placid, United States
    1. J. Toermaenen FIN 271.0 (114.5 m/117.0 m)
    2. H. Neuper AUT 262.5 (113.0 m/114.5 m)
    3. J. Puikkonen FIN 248.5 (110.5 m/108.5 m)
    1980/02/17, 70 meter hill, Lake Placid, United States - A valuable silver medal for Japan.
    1. A. Innauer AUT 266.3 (89.0 m/90.0 m)
    2. H. Yagi JPN 249.2 (87.0 m/83.5 m)
    3. M. Deckert DDR 249.2 (85.0 m/88.0 m)
    4. M. Akimoto JPN 248.5 (83.5 m/87.5 m)

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