2008–09 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup

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Skoczek.svg 2008–09 Ski Jumping World Cup Skoczek.svg
Winner
World Cup Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer
Four Hills Tournament Austria Wolfgang Loitzl
Nordic Tournament Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer
FIS Team Tour Norway Norway
Nations Cup Austria Austria
Most World Cup wins Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer (13)
Competitions
Venues 20
Individual events 27
Team events 6
Competitions cancelled 1
Competitions stopped 2

The 2008–09 Ski Jumping World Cup was the 30th World Cup season in history. It began on 29 November 2008 at the Rukatunturi ski jumping hill in Kuusamo, Finland, and finished on 22 March 2009 at Planica, Slovenia.

The overall winner of the 2008-09 World Cup was Gregor Schlierenzauer of Austria, who won 13 of the 27 individual competitions, breaking Janne Ahonen's single-season record of 12 wins in a season. Schlierenzauer's 20 podiums in a single season is also a new record. Early leader Simon Ammann of Switzerland finished second in the overall standings, while Four Hills champion Wolfgang Loitzl of Austria finished third. Harri Olli of Finland finished fourth in the overall standings after a late-season run that gave him the first three World Cup wins of his career. Russia's Dimitry Vassiliev rounded out the top five, while defending champion Thomas Morgenstern of Austria finished in a, by his standards, disappointing 7th place overall, failing to win a single individual competition this season.

The Nations Cup, which is determined by adding all points gained by the participants of a country, in both individual and team competitions, was won overwhelmingly by Austria with 7331 points, more than three thousand points ahead of second-placed Finland (4270 points).

Individual World Cup[edit]

  • The jumper highlighted in yellow was the leader of the World Cup at the time of the competition and wore the yellow jersey.
  • The jumper highlighted in azure was the leader of the Nordic Tournament at the time of the competition and wore the blue jersey.
  • The jumper highlighted in gold was the leader of the Four Hills Tournament at the time of the competition and wore the gold jersey.

Kuusamo[edit]

Finland HS142 Rukatunturi, Finland
29 November 2008

Notes:

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 131.0 126.5 260.5 100 (1)
2 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 124.5 130.0 256.1 080 (2)
3 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 121.0 133.5 255.1 060 (3)
4 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 125.0 126.0 248.3 050 (4)
5 Anders Bardal  Norway 113.0 137.0 244.5 045 (5)

Trondheim[edit]

Norway HS131 Granåsen, Norway
6 December 2008

Notes:

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 140.0 135.0 285.7 160 (1)
2 Ville Larinto  Finland 138.5 138.0 278.9 109 (3)
3 Anders Jacobsen  Norway 134.0 138.0 278.8 060 (7)
4 Anders Bardal  Norway 139.5 131.0 275.1 095 (5)
5 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 137.5 132.0 271.3 145 (2)

Norway HS131 Granåsen, Norway
7 December 2008

Notes:

  • Simon Ammann tied Gregor Schlierenzauer's hill record, set the day before.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 140.0 135.0 280.2 245 (1)
2 Matti Hautamäki  Finland 137.0 135.0 278.3 116 (6)
3 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 134.5 135.0 274.8 220 (2)
4 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 135.0 133.0 270.6 140 (4)
5 Martin Koch  Austria 136.5 131.0 264.7 100 (8)

Pragelato[edit]

Italy HS140 Stadio del Trampolino, Italy
13 December 2008

Notes:

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 139.5 144.0 284.3 345 (1)
2 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 137.5 139.5 282.6 300 (2)
3 Ville Larinto  Finland 131.5 135.0 259.2 205 (3)
4 Martin Schmitt  Germany 132.0 133.5 256.4 088 (12)
5 Harri Olli  Finland 133.0 131.0 255.2 078 (14)

Italy HS140 Stadio del Trampolino, Italy
14 December 2008

Notes:

  • The second round was cancelled because of heavy snow.
  • Fumihisa Yumoto's first career World Cup victory.
  • Fumihisa Yumoto and Johan Remen Evensen finished on the podium for the first time in their careers.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Fumihisa Yumoto  Japan 126.0 - 114.8 144 (6)
2 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 124.5 - 113.6 425 (1)
3 Johan Remen Evensen  Norway 123.5 - 110.3 144 (6)
4 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 122.5 - 106.5 350 (2)
5 Harri Olli  Finland 121.5 - 106.2 123 (10)

Engelberg[edit]

Switzerland HS137 Gross-Titlis-Schanze, Switzerland
20 December 2008

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 138.5 137.0 275.4 525 (1)
2 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 134.0 137.5 273.2 279 (3)
3 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 135.0 134.0 265.7 410 (2)
4 Ville Larinto  Finland 131.0 134.5 259.4 255 (4)
5 Tom Hilde  Norway 134.0 128.5 252.0 062 (21)

Switzerland HS137 Gross-Titlis-Schanze, Switzerland
21 December 2008

Notes:

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 133.5 133.5 264.1 510 (2)
2 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 132.5 133.0 262.4 359 (3)
3 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 131.5 136.0 260.0 585 (1)
4 Martin Schmitt  Germany 129.0 134.0 253.9 203 (6)
5 Harri Olli  Finland 127.5 133.5 251.3 188 (8)

Four Hills Tournament[edit]

Oberstdorf[edit]

Germany HS137 Schattenbergschanze, Germany
29 December 2008

Notes:

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall FHT points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 136.5 134.0 286.4 286.4 (1) 685 (1)
2 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 135.0 134.0 285.2 285.2 (2) 439 (3)
3 Dimitry Vassiliev  Russia 134.5 136.0 284.4 284.4 (3) 185 (9)
4 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 133.0 134.0 280.1 280.1 (4) 560 (2)
5 Martin Schmitt  Germany 134.5 129.0 273.8 273.8 (5) 248 (6)

Garmisch-Partenkirchen[edit]

Germany HS140 Große Olympiaschanze, Germany
1 January 2009

Notes:

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall FHT points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 134.5 136.5 276.3 561.5 (1) 539 (3)
2 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 140.0 134.5 274.6 561.0 (2) 765 (1)
3 Harri Olli  Finland 133.0 131.5 258.6 527.1 (4) 284 (6)
4 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 134.0 130.5 257.6 537.7 (3) 610 (2)
5 Martin Koch  Austria 134.5 128.0 249.0 482.5 (11) 230 (8)

Innsbruck[edit]

Austria HS130 Bergiselschanze, Austria
4 January 2009

Notes:

  • World Cup leader Simon Ammann finished outside the top five for the first time this season.
  • Martin Schmitt finished on the podium for the first time since 11 March 2007 at Lahti.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall FHT points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 126.5 128.5 261.0 822.5 (1) 639 (3)
2 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 126.0 127.5 260.3 798.0 (3) 690 (2)
3 Martin Schmitt  Germany 128.5 125.5 257.7 776.7 (4) 340 (5)
4 Matti Hautamäki  Finland 123.5 128.0 253.2 740.8 (9) 242 (10)
5 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 124.5 125.0 250.6 753.8 (8) 359 (4)
8 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 125.5 123.5 245.7 806.7 (2) 797 (1)

Bischofshofen[edit]

Austria HS140 Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze, Austria
6 January 2009

Notes:

  • With his third straight victory, Wolfgang Loitzl secured overall victory in the 2008-09 Four Hills Tournament.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall FHT points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 141.5 142.5 301.2 1123.7 (1) 739 (3)
2 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 137.5 140.5 284.4 1091.1 (2) 877 (1)
3 Dimitry Vassiliev  Russia 138.0 138.5 279.2 1048.1 (5) 303 (8)
4 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 138.5 136.0 279.1 1077.1 (3) 740 (2)
5 Martin Schmitt  Germany 138.5 136.5 278.5 1055.2 (4) 385 (4)

Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf[edit]

Austria HS200 Kulm, Austria
10 January 2009

Notes:

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 199.5 215.5 398.0 840 (2)
2 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 207.5 195.5 390.1 957 (1)
3 Martin Koch  Austria 197.5 209.0 386.8 337 (8)
4 Anders Jacobsen  Norway 187.5 201.5 371.3 314 (9)
5 Ville Larinto  Finland 187.5 199.0 368.8 381 (6)

Austria HS200 Kulm, Austria
11 January 2009

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 203.5 202.0 393.6 940 (2)
2 Harri Olli  Finland 201.5 200.5 390.4 438 (5)
3 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 197.5 198.5 382.2 1017 (1)
4 Anders Jacobsen  Norway 195.5 198.5 381.3 364 (9)
5 Martin Koch  Austria 193.5 201.0 378.9 382 (8)

Zakopane[edit]

Poland HS134 Wielka Krokiew, Poland
16 January 2009

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 129.5 132.0 272.7 901 (3)
2 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 127.5 130.0 262.5 1020 (2)
3 Martin Schmitt  Germany 121.0 129.5 249.4 487 (4)
4 Roman Koudelka  Czech Republic 125.5 124.0 245.1 191 (19)
5 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 118.0 127.0 236.5 1062 (1)

Poland HS134 Wielka Krokiew, Poland
17 January 2009

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 130.5 138.5 285.7 1120 (2)
2 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 130.0 136.5 280.7 981 (3)
3 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 127.5 134.0 271.2 1122 (1)
4 Dimitry Vassiliev  Russia 126.0 132.5 262.3 389 (8)
5 Martin Schmitt  Germany 123.5 132.0 258.4 532 (4)

Whistler[edit]

Canada HS140 Whistler Olympic Park, Canada
24 January 2009

Notes:

  • Gregor Schlierenzauer set a new hill record at Whistler with his jump of 142.0 meters.
  • Gregor Schlierenzauer also overtook Simon Ammann in the World Cup standings to gain the overall lead.
  • Anders Jacobsen had the second-longest jump of the first round, but was disqualified for violating weight regulations.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 142.0 139.5 289.2 1220 (1)
2 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 136.5 135.5 274.1 1061 (3)
3 Matti Hautamäki  Finland 136.5 135.5 270.6 393 (10)
4 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 138.5 132.0 264.4 1172 (2)
5 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 130.5 137.5 262.9 488 (5)

Canada HS140 Whistler Olympic Park, Canada
25 January 2009

Notes:

  • Gregor Schlierenzauer broke his hill record, set the day before, with a jump of 149.0 meters.
  • Ville Larinto also jumped 149.0 meters, but fell – meaning his jump does not count as a hill record.
  • Defending World Cup champion Thomas Morgenstern finished on the podium for the first time this season.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 137.5 149.0 293.2 1320 (1)
2 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 140.5 141.0 291.7 568 (5)
3 Ville Larinto  Finland 137.0 149.0 272.3 503 (6)
4 Adam Małysz  Poland 133.0 135.5 264.8 207 (19)
5 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 125.0 140.0 260.5 1106 (3)

Sapporo[edit]

Japan HS134 Mt. Okura Ski Jump Stadium, Japan
31 January 2009

Notes:

  • Due to variable wind conditions, there were many short jumps in this competition.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 133.0 120.5 253.3 1420 (1)
2 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 112.0 123.5 216.9 648 (4)
3 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 112.0 119.5 211.2 1166 (3)
4 Kalle Keituri  Finland 127.0 96.5 193.3 226 (18)
5 Yuta Watase  Japan 121.5 99.0 187.9 142 (25)

Japan HS134 Mt. Okura Ski Jump Stadium, Japan
1 February 2009
Competition cancelled due to strong winds and heavy snow.

Willingen[edit]

Germany HS145 Mühlenkopfschanze, Germany
8 February 2009

Notes:

  • Gregor Schlierenzauer's 20th career World Cup victory.
  • Noriaki Kasai finished on the podium for the first time since 1 January 2007 at Garmisch-Partenkirchen and is also the oldest jumper to reach a world cup podium, aged 36.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 144.0 135.0 267.2 1520 (1)
2 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 133.5 145.5 265.2 1328 (2)
3 Noriaki Kasai  Japan 136.0 140.0 261.8 246 (18)
4 Andreas Küttel   Switzerland 135.5 141.0 261.2 379 (12)
5 Roar Ljøkelsøy  Norway 132.5 139.0 253.7 179 (25)

Klingenthal[edit]

Germany HS140 Vogtlandarena, Germany
11 February 2009

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 131.5 135.0 261.2 1620 (1)
2 Anders Jacobsen  Norway 135.0 131.0 260.3 485 (9)
3 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 134.0 130.5 257.1 1242 (3)
4 Martin Schmitt  Germany 128.5 130.5 247.7 651 (5)
5 Andreas Küttel   Switzerland 129.5 127.5 241.1 424 (11)

Oberstdorf[edit]

Germany HS213 Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze, Germany
14 February 2009

Notes:

  • Harri Olli's first career World Cup victory. His jump of 225.5 meters is also a new hill record.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Harri Olli  Finland 225.5 216.0 435.8 606 (6)
2 Anders Jacobsen  Norway 218.0 212.5 428.6 565 (7)
3 Johan Remen Evensen  Norway 211.5 223.5 426.5 292 (18)
4 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 212.5 211.0 418.2 1418 (2)
5 Matti Hautamäki  Finland 206.5 204.0 403.1 467 (10)
8 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 205.5 198.5 392.3 1652 (1)

Nordic Ski World Championship[edit]

The Nordic Ski World Championship was held between 18 February and 1 March 2009 in Liberec, Czech Republic. It does not count in the World Cup standings.

Nordic Tournament[edit]

Lahti[edit]

Finland HS130 HS97 Salpausselkä, Finland
8 March 2009

Notes:

  • Due to poor wind conditions the competition was moved to the Normal hill.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall NT points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 92.5 92.5 242.0 242.0 (1) 1752 (1)
2 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 90.5 94.5 236.0 236.0 (2) 1498 (2)
3 Dimitry Vassiliev  Russia 94.5 90.0 234.0 234.0 (3) 587 (8)
4 Harri Olli  Finland 95.0 87.5 232.5 232.5 (4) 656 (6)
5 Anders Bardal  Norway 94.5 90.0 232.0 232.0 (5) 472 (12)

Kuopio[edit]

Finland HS127 Puijo, Finland
10 March 2009

  • As both World Cup leader and Nordic Tournament leader, Gregor Schlierenzauer wore only the yellow jersey.
  • Takanobu Okabe's 5th World Cup victory and his first since 1 March 1998, at Vikersund.
  • Adam Małysz' 75th career podium finish, and his first since 25 March 2007, at Planica.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall NT points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Takanobu Okabe  Japan 123.5 123.0 241.7 467.7 (2) 214 (24)
2 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 119.5 126.0 240.4 476.4 (1) 1578 (2)
3 Adam Małysz  Poland 119.5 127.5 239.3 443.3 (8) 307 (18)
4 Harri Olli  Finland 130.5 115.0 234.9 467.4 (3) 706 (6)
5 Noriaki Kasai  Japan 124.5 117.0 231.2 330.7 (19) 301 (19)
10 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 116.5 118.0 217.6 459.6 (4) 1778 (1)

Lillehammer[edit]

Norway HS138 Lysgårdsbakken, Norway
13 March 2009

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall NT points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Harri Olli  Finland 135.5 142.0 288.7 756.1 (1) 806 (4)
2 Dimitry Vassiliev  Russia 137.0 133.0 275.2 714.7 (4) 685 (7)
3 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 128.5 138.0 268.9 728.5 (2) 1838 (1)
4 Adam Małysz  Poland 135.0 131.5 268.4 711.7 (6) 357 (16)
5 Martin Schmitt  Germany 128.0 136.5 264.8 713.6 (5) 770 (6)

Vikersund[edit]

Norway HS207 Vikersundbakken, Norway
15 March 2009

  • Gregor Schlierenzauer secured overall victory in the World Cup with two more events to go.
  • Schlierenzauer also won this year's Nordic Tournament, ahead of Harri Olli and Simon Ammann.
  • This was Schlierenzauer's 12th win of the season, equaling Janne Ahonen's record for wins in a single season, set in 2004–05.
  • Schlierenzauer also finished on the podium for the 19th time this season, breaking Martin Schmitt's record for most podiums in a single season.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall NT points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 207.5 192.0 386.4 1114.9 (1) 1938 (1)
2 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 191.0 202.5 379.7 1095.5 (3) 1676 (2)
3 Dimitry Vassiliev  Russia 184.5 204.0 372.2 1086.9 (4) 745 (7)
4 Martin Koch  Austria 188.0 196.5 364.9 1013.9 (9) 559 (9)
5 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia 186.5 195.5 363.4 1002.5 (12) 180 (29)

Planica[edit]

Slovenia HS215 Letalnica, Slovenia
20 March 2009

Notes:

  • The second round of the competition was cancelled due to unstable wind conditions and falling dusk.
  • Gregor Schlierenzauer won his 13th competition of the season, which is a new single-season record.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 203.0 - 196.1 2038 (1)
2 Adam Małysz  Poland 202.5 - 195.0 469 (14)
3 Dimitry Vassiliev  Russia 200.5 - 193.6 805 (5)
4 Anders Bardal  Norway 198.5 - 189.7 578 (9)
5 Tom Hilde  Norway 198.0 - 186.1 266 (23)

Slovenia HS215 Letalnica, Slovenia
22 March 2009

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Harri Olli  Finland 211.0 219.5 424.6 974 (4)
2 Adam Małysz  Poland 210.0 209.5 412.4 549 (13)
3 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 210.0 208.0 409.6 1776 (2)
Robert Kranjec  Slovenia 205.5 212.5 409.6 276 (23)
5 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 210.0 200.5 399.1 2083 (1)

Overall Top 20 (individual)[edit]

Rk Jumper 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Pts
1.  G. Schlierenzauer (AUT) 60 100 60 80 050 60 100 50 50 80 50 100 100 80 100 100 100 100 100 100 32 100 026 60 100 100 45 2083
2.  S. Ammann (SUI) 100 45 100 100 80 100 60 100 80 32 80 80 60 45 60 50 40 36 80 40 50 80 80 18 80 40 60 1776
3.  W. Loitzl (AUT) 80 29 26 32 32 80 80 80 100 100 100 36 26 100 80 80 45 60 16 60 10 16 32 40 16 22 18 1396
4.  H. Olli (FIN) 13 20 45 45 20 45 36 60 24 26 24 80 32 36 100 50 50 100 36 32 100 974
5.  D. Vassiliev (RUS) 32 29 16 26 22 60 29 29 60 36 50 40 32 26 40 60 18 80 60 60 40 845
6.  M. Schmitt (GER) 18 20 50 29 36 50 45 32 60 45 20 22 60 45 36 18 15 50 16 18 40 45 22 11 26 829
7.  T. Morgenstern (AUT) 50 40 50 22 12 40 36 24 40 45 15 40 29 45 80 80 24 32 29 40 8 4 10 795
8.  A. Jacobsen (NOR) 60 32 26 8 40 36 26 36 50 50 12 29 80 80 40 16 9 9 22 661
9.  M. Koch (AUT) 40 15 45 12 9 24 32 8 45 18 29 60 45 22 16 18 24 15 8 32 50 18 24 601
10.  A. Bardal (NOR) 45 50 18 14 13 22 29 12 14 26 11 15 32 18 26 22 24 36 45 24 32 50 20 598
11.  A. Küttel (SUI) 36 7 40 20 18 20 9 22 20 5 26 29 24 24 29 50 45 29 8 10 22 29 24 15 561
12.  M. Hautamäki (FIN) 36 80 24 1 5 20 26 50 22 29 40 60 8 6 1 14 45 14 9 26 24 14 4 558
13.  A. Małysz (POL) 18 6 4 10 13 4 16 32 22 32 50 4 29 7 60 50 32 80 80 549
14.  V. Larinto (FIN) 29 80 36 60 50 16 18 16 7 24 45 36 26 60 6 20 10 2 541
15.  N. Kasai (JPN) 2 40 12 14 15 40 12 29 22 60 10 45 29 40 3 36 409
16.  R. Koudelka (CZE) 12 22 9 29 5 18 5 20 12 9 50 36 15 15 40 32 20 11 14 29 403
17.  E. Chedal (FRA) 14 16 11 13 36 5 22 24 22 32 24 14 16 9 13 14 15 22 22 15 20 16 395
18.  M. Uhrmann (GER) 10 24 16 40 11 26 26 18 15 32 10 16 16 40 16 14 10 13 1 354
19.  M. Neumayer (GER) 22 3 8 29 7 29 7 36 40 12 18 18 20 24 18 6 12 14 18 12 353
20.  J. Evensen (NOR) 26 22 36 60 13 10 10 10 11 20 3 1 2 8 60 2 26 7 7 334

Key

Team World Cup[edit]

Kuusamo[edit]

Finland HS142 Rukatunturi, Finland
29 November 2008

Notes:

  • The competition was scheduled to take place on 28 November, but was moved to the day after due to bad weather. The team event was held after the individual event. Because there was much delay in the individual event and some time concerns by the officials, only one run was competed in the team event.[1]
Rank Team Jumpers 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points
1  Finland Ville Larinto 127.0 - 540.1
Kalle Keituri 129.5 -
Harri Olli 128.0 -
Matti Hautamäki 140.0 -
2  Austria Wolfgang Loitzl 128.5 - 534.3
Martin Koch 128.0 -
Gregor Schlierenzauer 131.0 -
Thomas Morgenstern 136.5 -
3  Germany Felix Schoft 122.0 - 497.7
Michael Uhrmann 126.0 -
Martin Schmitt 123.0 -
Michael Neumayer 135.5 -

FIS Team Tour[edit]

The FIS Team Tour was held between 7 February and 15 February 2009. The results of this competition is determined by adding the overall points totals gained in the team competitions at Willingen and Oberstdorf, and also adding the two best individual scores for each nation in the individual events at Willingen, Klingenthal and Oberstdorf to the final combined score.

Norway won the Team Tour, with an overall score of 4083.8 points. Austria finished second with 4032.2 points, while Finland took third place with a combined score of 3960.4 points.[2]

Willingen[edit]

Germany HS145 Mühlenkopfschanze, Germany
7 February 2009

Notes:

Rank Team Jumpers 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points
1  Austria Thomas Morgenstern 140.0 143.5 902.9
Markus Eggenhofer 132.0 122.0
Andreas Kofler 131.0 114.5
Wolfgang Loitzl 125.5 122.0
2  Norway Roar Ljøkelsøy 139.0 139.5 901.2
Tom Hilde 120.5 119.0
Anders Bardal 140.0 119.5
Anders Jacobsen 134.5 122.0
3  Finland Ville Larinto 142.5 138.0 793.2
Kalle Keituri 120.0 99.0
Matti Hautamäki 135.0 118.5
Harri Olli 117.0 114.0

Oberstdorf[edit]

Germany HS213 Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze, Germany
15 February 2009

Rank Team Jumpers 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points
1  Finland Kalle Keituri 187.5 173.0 1413.8
Juha-Matti Ruuskanen 169.5 176.0
Matti Hautamäki 174.5 200.0
Harri Olli 199.5 221.5
2  Russia Denis Kornilov 191.5 176.5 1378.3
Pavel Karelin 185.0 182.5
Ilja Rosliakov 160.0 184.5
Dimitry Vassiliev 190.5 203.5
3  Austria Wolfgang Loitzl 191.5 181.5 1354.3
Markus Eggenhofer 174.0 186.5
Andreas Kofler 166.5 181.0
Martin Koch 171.5 204.0

Lahti[edit]

Finland HS130 Salpausselkä, Finland
7 March 2009

Rank Team Jumpers 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points
1  Austria Wolfgang Loitzl 128.5 126.5 1017.5
Martin Koch 122.5 117.5
Thomas Morgenstern 118.5 121.5
Gregor Schlierenzauer 126.5 121.5
2  Finland Ville Larinto 124.5 115.5 1013.8
Kalle Keituri 113.5 123.5
Harri Olli 128.0 127.0
Matti Hautamäki 125.5 122.0
3  Norway Anders Bardal 120.0 123.0 996.8
Tom Hilde 116.5 122.0
Johan Remen Evensen 126.5 120.0
Anders Jacobsen 123.5 118.0

Vikersund[edit]

Norway HS207 Vikersundbakken, Norway
14 March 2009

  • Harri Olli equalled the hill record of 219.0 m set in 2004 by Austrian Roland Müller in a Continental Cup event. Olli's jump is the longest-ever at Vikersund in a World Cup event.
  • Gregor Schlierenzauer jumped further than the hill record at 224.0 m but because he fell it does not count as an official hill record.
Rank Team Jumpers 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points
1  Austria Martin Koch 216.0 197.5 1543.5
Wolfgang Loitzl 198.5 204.0
Thomas Morgenstern 189.0 197.5
Gregor Schlierenzauer 213.0 224.0
2  Finland Matti Hautamäki 202.5 198.5 1499.0
Kalle Keituri 190.0 185.5
Ville Larinto 195.0 194.5
Harri Olli 186.5 219.0
3  Norway Johan Remen Evensen 194.5 198.5 1485.0
Bjørn Einar Romøren 194.5 195.5
Anders Bardal 189.5 195.0
Anders Jacobsen 192.0 190.5

Planica[edit]

Slovenia HS215 Letalnica, Slovenia
21 March 2009

Notes

  • The second round was cancelled due to strong wind.
Rank Team Jumpers 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points
1  Norway Tom Hilde 209.0 - 793.4
Johan Remen Evensen 216.0 -
Anders Jacobsen 195.5 -
Anders Bardal 201.5 -
2  Poland Kamil Stoch 205.5 - 761.9
Łukasz Rutkowski 192.5 -
Stefan Hula 194.5 -
Adam Małysz 207.0 -
3  Russia Denis Kornilov 192.0 - 734.6
Pavel Karelin 190.5 -
Ilya Rosliakov 179.0 -
Dimitry Vassiliev 216.5 -
After day Ski Jumping Worldcup
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References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Cup ski jump team event rescheduled for Saturday". topnews.in. 29 November 2008. Retrieved 30 November 2008. 
  2. ^ FIS Team Tour: Final standings at fis-ski.com