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Ski-Flying World Championships

2018 Overstdorf new

    2018/01/19,20, FH, Oberstdorf, Germany
    1. D. Tande NOR 651.9 (212.0 m/227.0 m/200.0 m)
    2. K. Stoch POR 638.6 (230.0 m/219.0 m/211.5 m)
    3. R. Freitag GER 627.6 (228.0 m/225.0 m/190.5 m)
    2018/01/21, FH, Oberstdorf, Germany
    1. Norway (R. Johansson, A. Stjernen, J. Forfang, D. Tande) 1662.2
    2. Slovenia (J. Damjan, A. Semenic, D. Prevc, P. Prevc) 1615.8
    3. Poland (P. Zyla, S. Hula, D. Kubacki, K. Stoch) 1592.1

2016 Bad Mitterndorf

    2016/01/16,17, FH, Bad Mitterndorf, Austria
    1. P. Prevc SLO 640.1 (243.0 m/213.5 m/244.0 m)
    2. K. Gangnes NOR 636.8 (236.0 m/216.0 m/238.5 m)
    3. S. Kraft AUT 629.2 (220.0 m/226.5 m/226.5 m)
    5. N. Kasai JPN 600.4 (240.5 m/215.0 m/220.0 m) - Japan equal record for FH.
    2016/01/18, FH, Bad Mitterndorf, Austria
    1. Norway (A. Fannemel, J. Forfang, D. Tande, K. Gangnes) 14967.7
    2. Germany (W. Andreas, S. Leyhe, T. Freitag, S. Freund) 1357.3
    3. Austria (S. Kraft, M. Poppinger, M. Fettner, M. Hayboeck) 1310.0

2014 Harrachov

    2014/03/14, FH, Harrachov, Czechia
    1. S. Freund GER 391.0 (203.5 m/191.5 m)
    2. A. Bardal NOR 379.9 (203.5 m/188.0 m)
    3. P. Prevc SLO 375.6 (200.0 m/183.0 m)
    4. N. Kasai JPN 374.6 (187.5m/193.0 m)

2012 Vikersund

    2012/02/25, FH, Vikersund, Norway
    1. R. Kranjec SLO 408.7 (217.5 m/244.0 m)
    2. R. Verta NOR 405.7 (217.5 m/234.5 m)
    3. M. Koch AUT 386.2 (218.0 m/243.0 m)
    5. D. Ito JPN 365.2 (206.0m/219.0 m)
    2012/02/26, FH, Vikersund, Norway
    1. Austria (T. Morgenstern, A. Kofler, G. Schlierenzauer, M. Koch) 1648.4
    2. Germany (A. Wank, R. Freitag, M. Mechler, S. Freund) 1625.2
    3. Slovenia (J. Damjan, J. Tepes, J. Sinkovec, R. Kranjec) 1580.4

2010 Pranica

    2010/03/19,20, FH, Pranica, Slovenia
    1. S. Ammann SUI 935.8 (215.5 m/216.5 m/227.0 m/236.5 m)
    2. G. Schlierenzauer AUT 910.3 (209.5 m/205.0 m/222.5 m/230.5 m)
    3. A. Jacobsen NOR 894.0 (217.0 m/194.5 m/230.5 m/227.5 m)
    12. N. Kasai JPN 817.1 (215.0 m/209.5 m/220.5 m/224.0 m) - Japan record for FH.
    2010/03/21, FH, Pranica, Slovenia
    1. Austria (W. Loitzl, T. Morgenstern, M. Koch, G. Schlierenzauer) 1641.4
    2. Norway (A. Jacobsen, A. Bardal, J. Evensen, B. Romoeren) 1542.3
    3. Finland (J. Happonen, O. Muotka, M. Hautameki, H. Olli) 1474.3

2008 Oberstdorf

    2008/02/22,23, FH, Oberstdorf, Germany
    1. G. Schlierenzauer AUT 835.4 (212.0 m/217.5 m/208.5 m/211.5 m)
    2. M. Koch AUT 824.7 (215.5 m/221.0 m/213.0 m/201.5 m)
    3. J. Ahonen FIN 811.9 (210.5 m/206.5 m/209.0 m/208.5 m)
    2008/02/24, FH, Oberstdorf, Germany
    1. Austria (M. Koch, T. Morgenstern, A. Kofler, G. Schlierenzauer) 1553.3
    2. Finland (J. Happonen, H. Olli, M. Hautameki, J. Ahonen) 1477.0
    3. Norway (B. Romoeren, A. Bardal, T. Hilde, A. Jacobsen) 1453.2

2006 Bad Mitterndorf

    2006/01/13,14, FH, Bad Mitterndorf, Austria
    1. R. Ljoekelsoey NOR 788.0 (202.5 m/207.5 m/190.0 m/207.5 m)
    2. A. Widhoelzl AUT 762.4 (205.0 m/182.5 m/191.0 m/208.5 m)
    3. T. Morgenstern AUT 752.2 (195.5 m/195.5 m/182.0 m/210.5 m)
    2006/01/15, FH, Bad Mitterndorf, Austria
    1. Norway (B. Romoeren, L. Bystoel, T. Ingebrigtsen, R. Ljoekelsoey) 1497.9
    2. Finland (J. Happonen, T. Kiuru, M. Hautameki, J. Ahonen) 1477.2
    3. Germany (M. Neumayer, G. Spaeth, A. Herr, M. Uhrmann) 1374.0

2004 Planica

    2004/02/20,21, FH, Planica, Slovenia
    1. R. Ljoekelsoey NOR 832.1 (191.5 m/221.5 m/222.0 m/210.5 m)
    2. J. Ahonen FIN 814.1 (190.0 m/225.0 m/216.5 m/201.5 m)
    3. T. Kiuru FIN 813.0 (197.5 m/218.5 m/220.0 m/191.5 m)
    2004/02/22, FH, Planica, Slovenia
    1. Norway (B. Romoeren, S. Pettersen, T. Ingebrigtsen, R. Ljoekelsoey) 1711.8
    2. Finland (T. Kiuru, V. Lindstroem, M. Hautameki, J. Ahonen) 1704.1
    3. Austria (A. Widhoelzl, A. Goldberger, W. Loitzl, T. Morgenstern) 1620.8

2002 Harrachov

    2002/03/09, FH, Harrachov, Czechia
    1. S. Hannawald GER 396.3 (202.0 m/202.0 m)
    2. M. Schmitt GER 814.1 (182.0 m/202.0 m)
    3. M. Hautamaeki FIN 813.0 (202.5 m/182.0 m)

2000 Vikersund

    2000/02/14, FH, Vikersund, Norway
    1. S. Hannawald GER 536.8 (179.5 m/188.0 m/196.5 m)
    2. A. Widhoelzl AUT 522.6 (180.5 m/180.0 m/195.0 m)
    3. J. Ahonen FIN 484.1 (147.5 m/180.5 m/190.0 m)
    5. N. Kasai JPN 466.4 (159.5 m/158.0 m/184.5 m)
    7. K. Funaki JPN 453.5 (152.5 m/154.5 m/183.0 m)

1998 Oberstdorf

    1998/01/24,25, FH, Oberstdorf, Germany - Funaki got the first place.
    1. K. Funaki JPN 776.4 (193.0 m/191.5 m/203.0 m/205.5 m)
    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)

1996 Bad Mitterndorf

    1996/02/10,11, FH, Bad Mitterndorf, Austria
    1. A. Goldberger AUT 738.1 (183.0 m/183.0 m/194.0 m/198.0 m)
    2. J. Ahonen FIN 734.2 (179.0 m/191.0 m/192.0 m/194.0 m)
    3. U. Franc SLO 701.7 (171.0 m/186.0 m/189.0 m/190.0 m)

1994 Planica

    1994/03/20, FH, Planica, Slovenia
    1. J. Sakala CZE 351.3 (189.0 m/185.0 m)
    2. E. Bredesen NOR 329.8 (178.0 m/182.0 m)
    3. R. Cecon ITA 324.7 (160.0 m/199.0 m)

1992 Harrachov

    1992/03/21,22, FH, Harrachov, Czechia - Kasai got the first place.
    1. N. Kasai JPN 392.5 (182.0 m/182.0 m/146.0 m)
    2. A. Goldberger AUT 377.0 (175.0 m/179.0 m/112.0 m)
    3. R. Cecon ITA 376.0 (162.0 m/177.0 m/160.0 m)

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