List of Four Hills Tournament winners

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The following is a table containing the winners of the Four Hills ski jumping tournament that has been held every year in Germany and Austria since the winter of 1952–53.

The table lists the winners of each individual race, which with a few exceptions (see below) are held chronologically at Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck and Bischofshofen, and the overall winners of each tournament, which is determined by the highest overall points total at the end of the four competitions.

List of winners[edit]

* Victories on all four events in the same season
Year Oberstdorf Garmisch-
Partenkirchen
Innsbruck Bischofshofen Overall victory
1952–53 Norway Erling Kroken Norway Asgeir Dølplads Austria Sepp Bradl Norway Halvor Næs Austria Sepp Bradl
1953–54 Norway Olav Bjørnstad Norway Olav Bjørnstad Norway Olav Bjørnstad Austria Sepp Bradl Norway Olav Bjørnstad
1954–55 Finland Aulis Kallakorpi Finland Aulis Kallakorpi Norway Torbjørn Ruste Norway Torbjørn Ruste Finland Hemmo Silvennoinen
1955–56 Finland Eino Kirjonen Finland Hemmo Silvennoinen Soviet Union Koba Zakadze Soviet Union Yuri Skorzov Soviet Union Nikolay Kamenskiy
1956–57 Finland Pentti Uotinen Soviet Union Nikolay Kamenskiy Soviet Union Nikolai Schamov Finland Eino Kirjonen Finland Pentti Uotinen
1957–58 Soviet Union Nikolai Kamenski Austria Willi Egger East Germany Helmut Recknagel East Germany Helmut Recknagel East Germany Helmut Recknagel
1958–59 East Germany Helmut Recknagel East Germany Helmut Recknagel East Germany Helmut Recknagel Austria Walter Habersatter East Germany Helmut Recknagel
1959–60 West Germany Max Bolkart West Germany Max Bolkart West Germany Max Bolkart Austria Albin Plank West Germany Max Bolkart
1960–61 Finland Juhani Kärkinen Soviet Union Koba Zakadze Finland Kalevi Kärkinen East Germany Helmut Recknagel East Germany Helmut Recknagel
1961–62 Finland Eino Kirjonen West Germany Georg Thoma Austria Willi Egger Austria Willi Egger Finland Eino Kirjonen
1962–63 Norway Toralf Engan Norway Toralf Engan Norway Toralf Engan Norway Torbjørn Yggeseth Norway Toralf Engan
1963–64 Norway Torbjørn Yggeseth Finland Veikko Kankkonen Finland Veikko Kankkonen Austria Baldur Preiml Finland Veikko Kankkonen
1964–65 Norway Torgeir Brandtzæg Finland Erkki Pukka Norway Torgeir Brandtzæg Norway Bjørn Wirkola Norway Torgeir Brandtzæg
1965–66 Finland Veikko Kankkonen Finland Paavo Lukkariniemi East Germany Dieter Neuendorf Finland Veikko Kankkonen Finland Veikko Kankkonen
1966–67 East Germany Dieter Neuendorf Norway Bjørn Wirkola Norway Bjørn Wirkola Norway Bjørn Wirkola Norway Bjørn Wirkola
1967–68 East Germany Dieter Neuendorf Norway Bjørn Wirkola Soviet Union Gariy Napalkov Czechoslovakia Jiří Raška Norway Bjørn Wirkola
1968–69 Norway Bjørn Wirkola Norway Bjørn Wirkola Norway Bjørn Wirkola Czechoslovakia Jiří Raška Norway Bjørn Wirkola
1969–70 Soviet Union Gariy Napalkov Czechoslovakia Jiří Raška Norway Bjørn Wirkola Czechoslovakia Jiří Raška East Germany Horst Queck
1970–71 Norway Ingolf Mork Norway Ingolf Mork Czechoslovakia Zbyněk Hubač Norway Ingolf Mork Czechoslovakia Jiří Raška
1971–72 Japan Yukio Kasaya Japan Yukio Kasaya Japan Yukio Kasaya Norway Bjørn Wirkola Norway Ingolf Mork
1972–73 East Germany Rainer Schmidt East Germany Rainer Schmidt Soviet Union Sergei Botschkov Czechoslovakia Rudolf Höhnl East Germany Rainer Schmidt
1973–74 East Germany Hans-Georg Aschenbach Switzerland Walter Steiner East Germany Hans-Georg Aschenbach East Germany Bernd Eckstein East Germany Hans-Georg Aschenbach
1974–75 Austria Willi Pürstl Austria Karl Schnabl Austria Karl Schnabl Austria Karl Schnabl Austria Willi Pürstl
1975–76 Austria Toni Innauer Austria Toni Innauer East Germany Jochen Danneberg Austria Toni Innauer East Germany Jochen Danneberg
1976–77 Austria Toni Innauer East Germany Jochen Danneberg East Germany Henry Glaß Switzerland Walter Steiner East Germany Jochen Danneberg
1977–78 East Germany Matthias Buse East Germany Jochen Danneberg Norway Per Bergerud Finland Kari Ylianttila Finland Kari Ylianttila
1978–79 Soviet Union Yuri Ivanov Czechoslovakia Josef Samek Finland Pentti Kokkonen Finland Pentti Kokkonen Finland Pentti Kokkonen
1979–80 East Germany Jochen Danneberg Austria Hubert Neuper Austria Hubert Neuper East Germany Martin Weber Austria Hubert Neuper
1980–81 Austria Hubert Neuper Canada Horst Bulau Finland Jari Puikkonen Austria Armin Kogler Austria Hubert Neuper
1981–82 Finland Matti Nykänen Norway Roger Ruud East Germany Manfred Deckert
Norway Per Bergerud
Austria Hubert Neuper East Germany Manfred Deckert
1982–83 Canada Horst Bulau Austria Armin Kogler Finland Matti Nykänen East Germany Jens Weißflog Finland Matti Nykänen
1983–84 East Germany Klaus Ostwald East Germany Jens Weißflog East Germany Jens Weißflog East Germany Jens Weißflog East Germany Jens Weißflog
1984–85 Austria Ernst Vettori East Germany Jens Weißflog Finland Matti Nykänen Norway Hroar Stjernen East Germany Jens Weißflog
1985–86 Finland Pekka Suorsa Czechoslovakia Pavel Ploc Finland Jari Puikkonen Austria Ernst Vettori Austria Ernst Vettori
1986–87 Norway Vegard Opaas West Germany Andreas Bauer Slovenia Primož Ulaga Finland Tuomo Ylipulli Austria Ernst Vettori
1987–88 Czechoslovakia Pavel Ploc Finland Matti Nykänen Finland Matti Nykänen Finland Matti Nykänen Finland Matti Nykänen
1988–89 West Germany Dieter Thoma Finland Matti Nykänen Sweden Jan Boklöv United States Mike Holland Finland Risto Laakkonen
1989–90 West Germany Dieter Thoma East Germany Jens Weißflog Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola Czechoslovakia František Jež West Germany Dieter Thoma
1990–91 Germany Jens Weißflog Germany Jens Weißflog Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola Austria Andreas Felder Germany Jens Weißflog
1991–92 Finland Toni Nieminen Austria Andreas Felder Finland Toni Nieminen Finland Toni Nieminen Finland Toni Nieminen
1992–93 Germany Christof Duffner Japan Noriaki Kasai Austria Andreas Goldberger Austria Andreas Goldberger Austria Andreas Goldberger
1993–94 Germany Jens Weißflog Norway Espen Bredesen Austria Andreas Goldberger Norway Espen Bredesen Norway Espen Bredesen
1994–95 Austria R. Schwarzenberger Finland Janne Ahonen Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Austria Andreas Goldberger Austria Andreas Goldberger
1995–96 Finland Mika Laitinen Austria R. Schwarzenberger Austria Andreas Goldberger Germany Jens Weißflog Germany Jens Weißflog
1996–97 Germany Dieter Thoma Slovenia Primož Peterka Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Germany Dieter Thoma Slovenia Primož Peterka
1997–98 Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Germany Sven Hannawald Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki
1998–99 Germany Martin Schmitt Germany Martin Schmitt Japan Noriaki Kasai Austria Andreas Widhölzl Finland Janne Ahonen
1999–00 Germany Martin Schmitt Austria Andreas Widhölzl Austria Andreas Widhölzl Austria Andreas Widhölzl Austria Andreas Widhölzl
2000–01 Germany Martin Schmitt Japan Noriaki Kasai Poland Adam Małysz Poland Adam Małysz Poland Adam Małysz
2001–02 Germany Sven Hannawald Germany Sven Hannawald Germany Sven Hannawald Germany Sven Hannawald Germany Sven Hannawald *
2002–03 Germany Sven Hannawald Slovenia Primož Peterka Finland Janne Ahonen Norway Bjørn Einar Romøren Finland Janne Ahonen
2003–04 Norway Sigurd Pettersen Norway Sigurd Pettersen Slovenia Peter Žonta Norway Sigurd Pettersen Norway Sigurd Pettersen
2004–05 Finland Janne Ahonen Finland Janne Ahonen Finland Janne Ahonen Austria Martin Höllwarth Finland Janne Ahonen
2005–06 Finland Janne Ahonen Czech Republic Jakub Janda Norway Lars Bystøl Finland Janne Ahonen Finland Janne Ahonen
Czech Republic Jakub Janda
2006–07 Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Switzerland Andreas Küttel Norway Anders Jacobsen Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Norway Anders Jacobsen
2007–08 Austria Thomas Morgenstern Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Finland Janne Ahonen Finland Janne Ahonen Finland Janne Ahonen
2008–09 Switzerland Simon Ammann Austria Wolfgang Loitzl Austria Wolfgang Loitzl Austria Wolfgang Loitzl Austria Wolfgang Loitzl
2009–10 Austria Andreas Kofler Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria Thomas Morgenstern Austria Andreas Kofler
2010–11 Austria Thomas Morgenstern Switzerland Simon Ammann Austria Thomas Morgenstern Norway Tom Hilde Austria Thomas Morgenstern
2011–12 Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria Andreas Kofler Austria Thomas Morgenstern Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer
2012–13 Norway Anders Jacobsen Norway Anders Jacobsen Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer
2013–14 Switzerland Simon Ammann Austria Thomas Diethart Finland Anssi Koivuranta Austria Thomas Diethart Austria Thomas Diethart

Notes[edit]

  • In 2005–06, Janne Ahonen and Jakub Janda shared the overall victory after finishing with exactly the same points total after the four competitions.
  • Traditionally, the order of the tournament competitions has been: Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck, Bischofshofen – with the following exceptions:
  • 1952–53: Garmisch-Partenkirchen was the first, and Oberstdorf the second event.
  • 1956–57, 1961–62, 1962–63: Innsbruck was the second event, and Garmisch-Partenkirchen third.
  • 1971–72: Innsbruck was first, and Oberstdorf third.
  • 2007–08: The Innsbruck event was cancelled due to bad weather, and replaced with an additional competition at Bischofshofen.