1989–90 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup

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World Cup 1989/90
Winners
OverallFinland Ari-Pekka Nikkola
Four Hills TournamentWest Germany Dieter Thoma
Swiss TournamentCzechoslovakia František Jež
Bohemia TournamentAustria Werner Haim
Nations Cup Austria
Competitions
Venues19
Individual25
Cancelled2
← 1988/89
1990/91 →

The 1989/90 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup was the 11th World Cup season in ski jumping. It began in Thunder Bay, Canada on 3 December 1989 and finished in Planica, Yugoslavia on 25 March 1990. The individual World Cup was won by Ari-Pekka Nikkola and Nations Cup by Austria.

Map of world cup hosts[edit]

All 19 locations which have been hosting world cup events for men this season. Events in Bærum and Falun were completely canceled.

1989–90 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup (Asia)
1989–90 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup (North America)

Green pog.svg Four Hills Tournament Orange pog.svg Swiss Tournament Blue pog.svg Bohemia Tournament

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

NH – normal hill / LH – large hill
No. Season Date Place Hill Event Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
229 1 3 December 1989   Canada Thunder Bay Big Thunder K120 LH 129 West Germany Dieter Thoma Austria Heinz Kuttin Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola West Germany Dieter Thoma [1]
230 2 4 December 1989   Canada Thunder Bay Big Thunder K90 NH 084 Finland Risto Laakkonen Austria Andreas Felder Austria Heinz Kuttin Austria Heinz Kuttin [2]
231 3 9 December 1989   United States Lake Placid MacKenzie Intervale K114 LH 130 Austria Ernst Vettori Finland Matti Nykänen Sweden Jan Boklöv [3]
232 4 10 December 1989   United States Lake Placid MacKenzie Intervale K86 NH 085 Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola Austria Ernst Vettori Austria Andreas Felder Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola [4]
233 5 16 December 1989   Japan Sapporo Miyanomori K90 NH 086 Austria Ernst Vettori Austria Andreas Felder Czechoslovakia Pavel Ploc Austria Ernst Vettori [5]
234 6 17 December 1989   Japan Sapporo Ōkurayama K115 LH 131 East Germany Jens Weißflog Austria Werner Haim Austria Heinz Kuttin [6]
235 7 28 December 1989   West Germany Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze K115 LH 132 West Germany Dieter Thoma West Germany Josef Heumann East Germany Jens Weißflog Austria Ernst Vettori [7]
236 8 1 January 1990   West Germany Garmisch-Partenkirchen Große Olympiaschanze K107 LH 133 East Germany Jens Weißflog Finland Risto Laakkonen Czechoslovakia František Jež [8]
237 9 4 January 1990   Austria Innsbruck Bergiselschanze K109 LH 134 Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola East Germany Jens Weißflog Austria Ernst Vettori [9]
238 10 6 January 1990   Austria Bischofshofen Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze K111 LH 135 Czechoslovakia František Jež West Germany Dieter Thoma Norway Ole Gunnar Fidjestøl [10]
38th Four Hills Tournament Overall (28 December 1989 – 6 January 1990) West Germany Dieter Thoma Czechoslovakia František Jež East Germany Jens Weißflog
239 11 12 January 1990   Czechoslovakia Harrachov Čerťák K120 LH 136 West Germany Dieter Thoma Czechoslovakia Ladislav Dluhoš Czechoslovakia Jiří Parma Austria Ernst Vettori [11]
240 12 14 January 1990   Czechoslovakia Liberec Ještěd A K120 LH 137 Austria Werner Haim Czechoslovakia Pavel Ploc Soviet Union Pavel Kustov [12]
26th Bohemia Tournament Overall (12–14 January 1990) Austria Werner Haim Czechoslovakia Ladislav Dluhoš Austria Ernst Vettori
241 13 17 January 1990   Poland Zakopane Wielka Krokiew K116 LH 138 East Germany Jens Weißflog Austria Andreas Felder Norway Ole Gunnar Fidjestøl Austria Ernst Vettori [13]
242 14 7 February 1990   Switzerland St. Moritz Olympiaschanze K94 NH 087 Czechoslovakia František Jež Austria Heinz Kuttin Austria Ernst Vettori Austria Ernst Vettori [14]
243 15 9 February 1990   Switzerland Gstaad Mattenschanze K88 NH 088 Czechoslovakia František Jež Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miran Tepeš Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola [15]
244 16 11 February 1990   Switzerland Engelberg Gross-Titlis-Schanze K120 LH 139 Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Franci Petek
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Primož Ulaga
Austria Andreas Rauschmeier
[16]
24th Swiss Tournament Overall (7–11 February 1990) Czechoslovakia František Jež Austria Heinz Kuttin Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola
245 17 16 February 1990   Italy Predazzo Trampolino dal Ben K90 NH 089 Italy Roberto Cecon East Germany Jens Weißflog Italy Virginio Lunardi Austria Ernst Vettori [17]
246 18 18 February 1990   Italy Predazzo Trampolino dal Ben K120 LH 140 Czechoslovakia František Jež Austria Ernst Vettori Switzerland Stephan Zünd [18]
FIS Ski Flying World Championships 1990
247 19 3 March 1990   Finland Lahti Salpausselkä K114 LH 141 Austria Franz Neuländtner Italy Virginio Lunardi Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola Austria Ernst Vettori [19]
248 20 4 March 1990   Finland Lahti Salpausselkä K90 NH 090 Austria Andreas Felder Italy Virginio Lunardi Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola [20]
249 21 7 March 1990   Sweden Örnsköldsvik Paradiskullen K82 NH 091 Austria Andreas Felder Austria Werner Haim West Germany Thomas Klauser [21]
11 March 1990   Sweden Falun Lugnet K112 LH cnx rescheduled to Sollefteå
250 22 11 March 1990   Sweden Sollefteå Hallstabacken K107 LH 142 Czechoslovakia Pavel Ploc Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola Italy Virginio Lunardi Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola [22]
15 March 1990   Norway Bærum Skuibakken K110 LH cnx rescheduled to Raufoss
251 23 17 March 1990   Norway Raufoss Lønnbergbakken K90 NH 092 Austria Andreas Felder Austria Heinz Kuttin East Germany Jens Weißflog Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola [23]
252 24 24 March 1990   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Planica Bloudkova velikanka K120 LH 143 Italy Roberto Cecon Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola East Germany Jens Weißflog [24]
253 25 25 March 1990   Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Planica Bloudkova velikanka K120 LH 144 Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola West Germany Dieter Thoma Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Primož Ulaga [25]

Standings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "K120: Thunder Bay". International Ski Federation. 3 December 1989.
  2. ^ "K90: Thunder Bay". International Ski Federation. 4 December 1989.
  3. ^ "K114: Lake Placid". International Ski Federation. 9 December 1989.
  4. ^ "K86: Lake Placid". International Ski Federation. 10 December 1989.
  5. ^ "K90: Sapporo". International Ski Federation. 16 December 1989.
  6. ^ "K115: Sapporo". International Ski Federation. 17 December 1989.
  7. ^ "K115: Oberstdorf". International Ski Federation. 28 December 1989.
  8. ^ "K107: Garmisch-Partenkirchen". International Ski Federation. 1 January 1990.
  9. ^ "K109: Innsbruck". International Ski Federation. 4 January 1990.
  10. ^ "K111: Bischofshofen". International Ski Federation. 6 January 1990.
  11. ^ "K120: Harrachov". International Ski Federation. 12 January 1990.
  12. ^ "K120: Liberec". International Ski Federation. 14 January 1990.
  13. ^ "K116: Zakopane". International Ski Federation. 17 January 1990.
  14. ^ "K94: St. Moritz". International Ski Federation. 7 February 1990.
  15. ^ "K88: Gstaad". International Ski Federation. 9 February 1990.
  16. ^ "K120: Engelberg". International Ski Federation. 11 February 1990.
  17. ^ "K90: Predazzo". International Ski Federation. 16 February 1990.
  18. ^ "K120: Predazzo". International Ski Federation. 18 February 1990.
  19. ^ "K114: Lahti". International Ski Federation. 3 March 1990.
  20. ^ "K90: Lahti". International Ski Federation. 4 March 1990.
  21. ^ "K82: Örnsköldsvik". International Ski Federation. 7 March 1990.
  22. ^ "K107: Sollefteå". International Ski Federation. 11 March 1990.
  23. ^ "K90: Raufoss". International Ski Federation. 17 March 1990.
  24. ^ "K120: Planica". International Ski Federation. 24 March 1990.
  25. ^ "K120: Planica". International Ski Federation. 25 March 1990.