Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze

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Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze
Heini Klopfer Ski Flying Hill
Heini-Klopfer-Schanze 006.JPG
Location
City or Town Oberstdorf
Country Germany
Operator SC Oberstdorf
Opened Premiere hill test:
2 February 1950
Official opening:
28 February 1950
Renovated 1973
Size
K-spot K-185
Hill size HS213
Hill record longest jump - fall:
Slovenia Robert Kranjec
226 m / 741 ft
official:
Finland Harri Olli
225.5 m / 740 ft
Spectator capacity 40,000
Championships
World Championships *1973 Ski Flying World Chp.
*1981 Ski Flying World Chp.
*1988 Ski Flying World Chp.
*1998 Ski Flying World Chp.
*2008 Ski Flying World Chp.
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Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze (English: Heini Klopfer Ski Flying Hill) is a ski flying hill in Oberstdorf, Germany. The hill is named for Heini Klopfer, ski jump architect from Oberstdorf, in 1970.[1]

List of all winners[edit]

Date Size Winner Second Third Competition
28-Feb — 5-Mar-1950 K120 Germany Sepp Weiler International Ski Flying Week
1951 K Finland Tauno Luiro International Ski Flying Week
1952 K Germany Sepp Weiler
Norway Hans Bjørnstad
International Ski Flying Week
1955 K Finland Hemmo Silvennoinen International Ski Flying Week
1958 K Germany Helmut Recknagel International Ski Flying Week
-Feb-1961 K East Germany Helmut Recknagel International Ski Flying Week
-Feb-1964 K Sweden Kjell Sjöberg KOP Ski Flying Week
-Feb-1967 K Norway Lars Grini KOP Ski Flying Week
1970 K Czechoslovakia Josef Matouš KOP Ski Flying Week
10-Mar-1973 K175 East Germany Hans-Georg Aschenbach Switzerland Walter Steiner Czechoslovakia Karel Kodejška SFWC II
-Mar-1976 K175 Austria Toni Innauer KOP Ski Flying Week
1979 K175 East Germany Andreas Hille KOP Ski Flying Week
28-Feb — 1-Mar-1981 K175 Finland Jari Puikkonen Austria Armin Kogler Norway Tom Levorstad SFWC VI
17-Mar-1984 K182 Finland Matti Nykänen Czechoslovakia Pavel Ploc East Germany Jens Weißflog World Cup
18-Mar-1984 K182 Finland Matti Nykänen East Germany Jens Weißflog Czechoslovakia Pavel Ploc World Cup
13-Mar-1988 K182 Norway Ole Gunnar Fidjestøl Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Primož Ulaga Finland Matti Nykänen SFWC X
25-Jan-1992 K182 Austria Werner Rathmayr Austria Andreas Felder Sweden Mikael Martinsson World Cup
26-Mar-1992 K182 Austria Werner Rathmayr Austria Andreas Felder Austria Andreas Goldberger World Cup
25-Feb-1995 K182 Austria Andreas Goldberger Italy Roberto Cecon Germany Jens Weißflog World Cup
26-Feb-1995 K182 individual competition was cancelled World Cup
24-Jan-1998 K185 Germany Sven Hannawald Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Italy Kristian Brenden SFWC XV - Day 1 / World Cup
25-Mar-1998 K185 Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Germany Dieter Thoma Germany Sven Hannawald SFWC XV - Day 2 / World Cup
24-25 January 1998 - Final Result Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Germany Sven Hannawald Germany Dieter Thoma SFWC XV - World Champion
3-Mar-2001 K185 Finland Risto Jussilainen Finland Veli-Matti Lindström Finland Matti Hautamäki World Cup
4-Mar-2001 K185 Germany Martin Schmitt Poland Adam Małysz Finland Risto Jussilainen World Cup
7-Feb-2004 K185 Norway Roar Ljokelsoy Finland Janne Ahonen Japan Noriaki Kasai World Cup
8-Feb-2004 K185 individual competition was cancelled due to strong wind World Cup
27-Jan-2007 K185 — HS213 competition was moved to Schattenbergschanze HS137 due to lack of snow World Cup
28-Jan-2007 K185 — HS213 competition was moved to Schattenbergschanze HS137 due to lack of snow World Cup
22~23-Feb-2008 K185 — HS213 Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria Martin Koch Finland Janne Ahonen SFWC XX - Individual (night)
24-Feb-2008 K185 — HS213 Austria Austria
Martin Koch
Thomas Morgenstern
Andreas Kofler
Gregor Schlierenzauer
Finland Finland
Janne Happonen
Harri Olli
Matti Hautamäki
Janne Ahonen
Norway Norway
Bjørn Einar Romøren
Anders Bardal
Tom Hilde
Anders Jacobsen
SFWC XX - Team
14-Feb-2009 K185 — HS213 Finland Harri Olli Norway Anders Jacobsen Norway Johan Remen Evensen World Cup (night event)
15-Feb-2009 K185 — HS213 Finland Finland
Kalle Keituri
Juha-Matti Ruuskanen
Matti Hautamäki
Harri Olli
Russia Russia
Denis Kornilov
Pavel Karelin
Ilya Rosliakov
Dimitry Vassiliev
Austria Austria
Wolfgang Loitzl
Markus Eggenhofer
Andreas Kofler
Martin Koch
World Cup - Team
30-Jan-2010 K185 — HS213 Austria Austria
Wolfgang Loitzl
Andreas Kofler
Gregor Schlierenzauer
Martin Koch
Norway Norway
Johan Remen Evensen
Tom Hilde
Anders Jacobsen
Bjørn Einar Romøren
Finland Finland
Matti Hautamäki
Kalle Keituri
Harri Olli
Janne Ahonen
World Cup - Team
31-Jan-2010 K185 — HS213 Norway Anders Jacobsen Slovenia Robert Kranjec Norway Johan Remen Evensen World Cup
5-Feb-2011 K185 — HS213 Austria Martin Koch Norway Tom Hilde Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer World Cup (night event)
6-Feb-2011 K185 — HS213 Austria Austria
Thomas Morgenstern
Andreas Kofler
Gregor Schlierenzauer
Martin Koch
Norway Norway
Johan Remen Evensen
Anders Jacobsen
Bjørn Einar Romøren
Tom Hilde
Germany Germany
Michael Neumayer
Richard Freitag
Michael Uhrmann
Severin Freund
World Cup - Team
18-Feb-2012 K185 — HS213 Austria Martin Koch Japan Daiki Ito Switzerland Simon Ammann World Cup (night event)
19-Feb-2012 K185 — HS213 Slovenia Slovenia
Jurij Tepeš
Jure Šinkovec
Peter Prevc
Robert Kranjec
Austria Austria
Thomas Morgenstern
Martin Koch
Andreas Kofler
Gregor Schlierenzauer
Norway Norway
Anders Fannemel
Rune Velta
Tom Hilde
Anders Bardal
World Cup - Team
16-Feb-2013 K185 — HS213 Germany Richard Freitag Norway Andreas Stjernen Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer World Cup (night event)
17-Feb-2013 K185 — HS213 Norway Norway
Anders Jacobsen
Tom Hilde
Anders Bardal
Andreas Stjernen
Austria Austria
Stefan Kraft
Wolfgang Loitzl
Martin
Gregor Schlierenzauer
Slovenia Slovenia
Jurij Tepeš
Robert Kranjec
Jaka Hvala
Peter Prevc
World Cup - Team

*1998 FIS Ski Flying World Championships also counted as World Cup competition.

Hill Record[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Heini Klopfer, Visionär in Sachen Schanzenbau" (in German). Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze. Archived from the original on 19 June 2012. Retrieved 19 June 2012. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 47°22′31″N 10°16′09″E / 47.37528°N 10.26917°E / 47.37528; 10.26917