FIS Ski-Flying World Championships 2010

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The FIS Ski-Flying World Championships 2010 was held 19–21 March 2010 in Planica, Slovenia for a record sixth time. Planica hosted the event previously in 1972, 1979, 1985, 1994, and 2004. Austria's Gregor Schlierenzauer was the defending individual champion. Schlierenzauer and his Austrian teammates of Andreas Kofler, Martin Koch, and Thomas Morgenstern were the defending team champions.

Schedule[edit]

Letalnica bratov Gorišek (K-185; HS215)
Day Date Event Longest jump of the day (m)
Wednesday Mar 17 Hill Test Jumps 219.0 - Rok Mandl
Thursday Mar 18 Qualification 230.5 - Bjørn Einar Romøren
Friday Mar 19 Individual, Day 1 223.5 - Robert Kranjec
Saturday Mar 20 Individual, Day 2 236.5 - Simon Ammann
Sunday Mar 21 Team event 231.0 - Gregor Schlierenzauer

Results[edit]

Winner Simon Ammann and second Gregor Schlierenzauer on the podium, bouquets presented by Slovenian Defence Minister Ljubica Jelušič
MORS video of the event

Qualifying[edit]

18 March 2010[1][2]

Rank Bib Name Distance (meters) Points Note
1st Training 2nd Training Qualifying
1 54 Japan Noriaki Kasai 215.5 204.0 210.5 207.6 Q
2 51 Czech Republic Antonin Hajek 213.0 228.5 207.5 206.1 Q
3 50 Poland Kamil Stoch 190.0 202.5 201.5 199.9 Q
4 48 Finland Matti Hautamäki 205.5 192.5 204.0 199.1 Q
5 52 Germany Michael Neumayer 201.5 201.5 203.0 198.8 Q
6 55 Japan Daiki Ito 187.0 195.0 200.5 197.4 Q
7 53 Norway Johan Remen Evensen 201.5 189.0 200.0 196.5 Q
8 56 France Emmanuel Chedal 200.0 196.5 197.5 193.1 Q
9 34 Finland Janne Happonen 197.5 203.5 207.5 187.9 Q
10 32 Czech Republic Borek Sedlak 183.5 195.0 202.5 182.8 Q
11 58 Austria David Zauner 191.0 202.5 183.0 181.2 Q
12 36 France Vincent Descombes Sevoie 182.5 200.0 198.5 178.7 Q
13 59 Germany Michael Uhrmann 185.0 198.5 183.5 174.0 Q
14 37 Italy Andrea Morassi 187.5 196.0 195.5 173.9 Q
15 29 Slovenia Primož Pikl 192.5 191.5 190.5 173.1 Q
16 40 Poland Łukasz Rutkowski 190.0 188.5 196.5 172.9 Q
17 47 Germany Martin Schmitt 196.5 185.5 180.0 170.6 Q
18 49 Norway Tom Hilde 191.5 201.0 182.0 170.2 Q
19 35 Czech Republic Lukas Hlava 183.5 196.0 194.0 169.9 Q
20 57 Finland Harri Olli 201.5 193.0 176.0 169.2 Q
21 25 Slovenia Robert Hrgota 193.0 196.5 185.5 167.6 Q
22 45 Slovenia Jernej Damjan 172.5 191.5 181.5 164.8 Q
23 41 Italy Sebastian Colloredo 192.5 196.5 185.5 162.4 Q
24 31 Czech Republic Jan Matura 179.0 183.0 180.5 157.3 Q
25 11 Poland Rafał Śliż 199.0 188.0 176.0 156.4 Q
26 33 Japan Taku Takeuchi 170.5 172.5 178.5 150.2 Q
27 16 Russia Roman Sergeevich Trofimov 186.0 184.0 170.5 147.8 Q
28 19 Germany Richard Freitag 175.5 185.0 170.5 147.3 Q
29 7 United States Nicholas Alexander 165.0 175.5 170.0 145.3 Q
30 17 Kazakhstan Ivan Karaulov 166.0 171.5 166.5 145.0 Q
not qualified
31 8 Sweden Isak Grimholm 157.0 171.5 163.5 138.3
32 20 Kazakhstan Alexey Korolev 174.0 158.5 157.5 134.3
33 13 Russia Stanislav Oshepkov 163.0 161.0 157.0 132.1
34 21 Italy Roberto Dellasega 183.5 170.0 158.0 129.4
35 6 Slovakia Tomas Zmoray 164.0 154.0 154.0 129.3
36 14 Italy Diego Dellasega 174.5 160.0 155.0 129.1
37 23 Kazakhstan Nikolay Karpenko 139.0 151.0 152.5 125.9
38 5 United States Chris Lamb 158.0 169.5 154.5 124.9
39 24 Russia Ilja Rosliakov 170.5 170.0 152.0 124.7
40 22 South Korea Hyun-Ki Kim 173.5 168.0 155.0 123.9
41 12 United States Nicholas Fairall 179.0 157.0 150.0 123.4
42 15 South Korea Heung-Chul Choi 156.5 133.0 152.0 123.1
43 2 Russia Georgiy Chervyakov 150.5 156.0 151.0 121.4
44 18 United States Michael Glasder 169.0 158.0 143.0 108.6
45 3 Sweden Fredrik Balkåsen 180.0 161.0 134.0 96.9
46 10 Bulgaria Bogomil Pavlov 122.0 122.0 123.0 85.2
prequalified
* 60 Finland Janne Ahonen 185.5 188.0 179.0 q
* 61 Slovenia Robert Kranjec 199.0 215.0 216.5 q
* 62 Norway Bjørn Einar Romøren 202.5 203.0 230.5 q
* 63 Austria Martin Koch 203.0 208.0 207.0 q
* 64 Norway Anders Jacobsen 205.5 208.5 198.5 q
* 65 Austria Wolfgang Loitzl 204.0 209.5 202.0 q
* 66 Poland Adam Malysz 212.0 209.5 216.5 q
* 68 Austria Thomas Morgenstern 198.5 203.5 182.0 q
* 69 Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer 210.0 211.5 206.0 q
* 70 Switzerland Simon Ammann 210.0 217.5 225.5 q
internal team qualifications: did not enter in qualifying round
1 Germany Christian Ulmer 185.0 177.5 DNS
9 Czech Republic Čestmír Kožíšek 184.5 183.0 DNS
26 Slovenia Jurij Tepeš 192.0 183.0 DNS
27 Poland Stefan Hula 195.5 183.5 DNS
28 Poland Marcin Bachleda 201.5 183.5 DNS
30 Finland Olli Muotka 204.5 196.5 DNS
38 Slovenia Mitja Mežnar 171.0 186.5 DNS
39 Germany Severin Freund 160.0 181.5 DNS
42 Norway Anders Bardal 189.5 191.5 DNS
43 Finland Kalle Keituri 185.5 193.5 DNS
44 Japan Shohei Tochimoto 90.0 DNS DNS
46 Norway Roar Ljøkelsøy 183.0 196.0 DNS
67 Austria Andreas Kofler 173.0 181.0 DNS
did not start at all
4 Bulgaria Vladimir Zografski DNS DNS DNS

Individual[edit]

Men's Ski-Flying individual
at the FIS Ski-Flying World Championships 2010
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
Venue Letalnica bratov Gorišek
Date 19-20 March 2010
Competitors 40 from 14 nations
Winning score 935.8
Medalists
Gold medal    Switzerland
Silver medal    Austria
Bronze medal    Norway
«2008 2012»

Ammann had the longest jump of the competition with a 236.5 m fourth round jump. He also led after the first two rounds and had the most points both two days to win the championships for the first time. Adam Małysz was second after three jumps, but had a poor fourth round jump to fall to fourth. The defending champion Schlierenzauer finished second. The second longest jump had Antonín Hájek with a 236.0 m and local matador Robert Kranjec, the winner of the ski flying World Cup 2009/10, finished fifth. After the first round, former ski flying champion Roar Ljøkelsøy jumped for the final time in his career after he failed to qualify for the first round.

19–20 March 2010.[3][4]

Rank Bib Name Distance (meters) Total Points
Day One (March 19) Day Two (March 20)
Trial Round 1st Round 2nd Round Trial Round 3rd Round Final Round
1 30 Switzerland Simon Ammann 176.0 215.5 216.5 216.5 227.0 236.5 935.8
2 28 Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer 187.5 209.5 205.0 203.0 222.5 230.5 910.3
3 23 Norway Anders Jacobsen 200.5 217.0 194.5 188.5 230.5 227.5 894.0
4 29 Poland Adam Malysz 199.5 217.5 215.0 213.5 211.0 211.5 893.6
5 25 Slovenia Robert Kranjec 182.0 223.5 203.5 190.5 212.5 222.5 873.5
6 27 Austria Wolfgang Loitzl 202.0 207.0 211.5 205.5 213.5 200.0 865.3
7 20 Austria Thomas Morgenstern 157.0 196.5 211.5 208.5 225.5 215.5 855.4
8 19 Czech Republic Antonin Hajek 179.0 203.0 210.5 211.0 223.5 236.0 844.9
9 24 Norway Bjørn Einar Romøren 193.5 214.5 196.5 194.0 205.0 223.0 844.5
10 22 Austria Martin Koch 190.0 208.5 206.0 199.5 220.0 200.0 839.8
11 26 Finland Harri Olli DNS 215.5 200.0 203.5 195.5 199.0 819.9
12 18 Japan Noriaki Kasai 213.5 215.5 209.5 205.0 220.5 224.0 817.1
13 21 Austria David Zauner 189.5 193.5 223.0 185.0 202.0 202.5 806.2
14 16 France Emmanuel Chedal 190.0 210.0 211.5 205.0 199.0 214.0 780.9
15 17 Finland Janne Happonen 187.0 202.0 201.0 196.5 205.5 211.5 777.3
16 14 Poland Kamil Stoch 191.5 186.5 207.5 203.5 203.5 218.0 770.0
17 15 Finland Matti Hautamäki 161.5 193.5 204.0 191.5 204.0 204.5 762.6
18 12 Norway Johan Remen Evensen 211.5 199.5 195.0 191.0 219.5 202.0 756.9
19 9 Germany Michael Uhrmann 181.5 185.5 201.0 179.0 211.5 203.5 745.7
20 11 Japan Daiki Ito 179.5 200.5 191.5 171.5 209.5 197.5 743.5
21 13 Germany Martin Schmitt 189.0 194.0 200.0 191.5 186.5 193.5 721.8
22 4 Germany Michael Neumayer 197.0 184.5 189.5 183.5 198.5 205.5 714.0
23 1 Italy Andrea Morassi 194.0 163.0 188.0 199.5 201.5 198.5 711.4
24 7 Italy Sebastian Colloredo 176.5 189.0 194.5 183.0 193.0 194.5 710.0
25 10 Slovenia Jernej Damjan 174.0 200.0 194.5 175.0 195.5 184.0 708.5
26 5 Czech Republic Borek Sedlak 165.5 169.5 198.0 179.0 192.5 201.0 704.6
27 3 Finland Janne Ahonen 165.5 182.0 189.5 183.0 197.0 197.0 701.1
28 8 Germany Richard Freitag DNS 181.5 198.5 173.0 170.0 193.5 685.7
29 6 Norway Tom Hilde 181.0 186.5 185.5 164.5 185.0 187.5 680.6
30 2 Slovenia Robert Hrgota 184.0 180.5 178.5 195.5 190.5 178.5 674.6
31 Czech Republic Lukas Hlava 179.0 170.5 179.5 DNQ 331.4
32 Poland Rafał Śliż 197.5 172.0 DNQ 155.9
33 Poland Łukasz Rutkowski 185.5 175.5 DNQ 150.4
34 Japan Taku Takeuchi 152.0 168.5 DNQ 149.1
35 Czech Republic Jan Matura 156.0 161.5 DNQ 146.1
36 Kazakhstan Ivan Karaulov 159.0 160.5 DNQ 144.0
37 France Vincent Descombes Sevoie 187.5 159.0 DNQ 143.8
38 Russia Roman Sergeevich Trofimov 184.5 162.0 DNQ 143.2
39 Slovenia Primož Pikl 158.0 160.0 DNQ 139.8
United States Nicholas Alexander 184.5 DNS

Team Event[edit]

Men's Ski-Flying Team event
at the FIS Ski-Flying World Championships 2010
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
Venue Letalnica bratov Gorišek
Date 21 March 2010
Competitors 40 from 10 nations
Winning score 1641.4
Medalists
Gold medal    Austria
Silver medal    Norway
Bronze medal    Finland
«2008 2012»

21 March 2010.[5][6]

Rank Team Distance (meters) Points
Trial Round 1st Round Final Round
1  Austria
10-1 Wolfgang Loitzl
10-2 Thomas Morgenstern
10-3 Martin Koch
10-4 Gregor Schlierenzauer

205.5
220.0
219.0
218.0

183.5
215.5
184.5
226.5

206.0
198.0
217.5
231.0
1641.4
2  Norway
9-1 Anders Jacobsen
9-2 Anders Bardal
9-3 Johan Remen Evensen
9-4 Bjørn Einar Romøren

202.5
193.0
201.5
185.5

202.0
179.5
197.5
214.5

217.5
189.5
193.5
201.5
1542.3
3  Finland
7-1 Janne Happonen
7-2 Olli Muotka
7-3 Matti Hautamäki
7-4 Harri Olli

167.5
184.5
214.5
DNS

202.5
191.0
195.5
215.0

213.5
166.5
194.5
190.5
1474.3
4  Poland
6-1 Kamil Stoch
6-2 Łukasz Rutkowski
6-3 Stefan Hula
6-4 Adam Malysz

184.5
183.0
184.5
207.5

197.5
188.5
192.5
218.5

222.5
143.0
179.0
213.5
1452.5
5  Czech Republic
4-1 Lukas Hlava
4-2 Jan Matura
4-3 Borek Sedlak
4-4 Antonin Hajek

183.5
175.5
176.0
198.5

181.5
180.5
187.5
191.5

203.5
186.5
180.5
205.5
1399.2
6  Slovenia
5-1 Robert Hrgota
5-2 Jernej Damjan
5-3 Jurij Tepeš
5-4 Robert Kranjec

178.0
191.0
177.5
200.5

177.5
177.0
181.5
219.5

189.5
178.0
170.5
206.5
1378.3
7  Germany
8-1 Michael Neumayer
8-2 Richard Freitag
8-3 Martin Schmitt
8-4 Michael Uhrmann

183.5
182.5
182.0
183.5

194.0
164.5
178.5
196.0

193.5
156.5
182.5
193.5
1322.9
8  Italy
2-1 Sebastian Colloredo
2-2 Andrea Morassi
2-3 Roberto Dellasega
2-4 Diego Dellasega

190.5
204.5
192.5
152.0

173.5
198.5
158.0
131.0

189.0
203.0
160.5
162.5
1219.6
9  Russia
3-1 Georgiy Chervyakov
3-2 Stanislav Oshepkov
3-3 Ilya Rosliakov
3-4 Roman Sergeevich Trofimov

152.0
163.5
161.5
183.5

134.0
156.0
172.5
176.5

DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
545.0
10  United States
1-1 Nicholas Fairall
1-2 Michael Glasder
1-3 Chris Lamb
1-4 Nicholas Alexander

132.0
152.0
149.0
183.0

121.5
154.0
151.5
163.5

DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
DNQ
462.2

Schlierenzauer had the longest jump of the competition with his 231.0 m final round jump.

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Austria 1 1 0 2
2   Switzerland 1 0 0 1
3  Norway 0 1 1 2
4  Finland 0 0 1 1

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