1996–97 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup

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World Cup 1996/97
Winners
OverallSlovenia Primož Peterka
Ski Jumping (NH, LH)Germany Dieter Thoma
Ski FlyingSlovenia Primož Peterka
Four Hills TournamentSlovenia Primož Peterka
Nordic TournamentJapan Kazuyoshi Funaki
Nations Cup Japan
Competitions
Venues17
Individual25
Team1
Cancelled1
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The 1996/97 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup was the 18th World Cup season in ski jumping and the 7th official World Cup season in ski flying. It began in Lillehammer, Norway on 30 November 1996 and finished in Planica, Slovenia on 23 March 1997. The individual World Cup was won by Primož Peterka and Nations Cup by Japan.

Lower competitive circuits this season included the Grand Prix and Continental Cup.

Map of world cup hosts[edit]

All 17 locations which have been hosting world cup events for men this season.

1996–97 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup (Asia)

Green pog.svg Four Hills Tournament Blue pog.svg Nordic Tournament

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

NH – normal hill / LH – large hill / FH – flying hill
Num Season Date Place Hill Event Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
382 1 30 November 1996   Norway Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken K120 (night) LH 221 Germany Dieter Thoma Norway Kristian Brenden Japan Hiroya Saito Germany Dieter Thoma [1]
383 2 1 December 1996   Norway Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken K120 (night) LH 222 Norway Kristian Brenden Norway Espen Bredesen Germany Dieter Thoma Norway Kristian Brenden [2]
384 3 7 December 1996   Finland Kuusamo Rukatunturi K120 (night) LH 223 Japan Takanobu Okabe Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Austria Andreas Goldberger Germany Dieter Thoma [3]
385 4 8 December 1996   Finland Kuusamo Rukatunturi K120 (night) LH 224 Slovenia Primož Peterka Norway Lasse Ottesen Japan Takanobu Okabe [4]
386 5 14 December 1996   Czech Republic Harrachov Čerťák K120 LH 225 Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Slovenia Primož Peterka Japan Takanobu Okabe Japan Takanobu Okabe [5]
387 6 15 December 1996   Czech Republic Harrachov Čerťák K120 LH 226 Slovenia Primož Peterka Austria Andreas Goldberger Norway Kristian Brenden Slovenia Primož Peterka [6]
388 7 29 December 1996   Germany Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze K115 LH 227 Germany Dieter Thoma Norway Kristian Brenden Austria Andreas Goldberger Slovenia Primož Peterka [7]
389 8 1 January 1997   Germany Garmisch-Partenkirchen Große Olympiaschanze K115 LH 228 Slovenia Primož Peterka Austria Andreas Goldberger Japan Takanobu Okabe [8]
390 9 4 January 1997   Austria Innsbruck Bergiselschanze K110 LH 229 Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Slovenia Primož Peterka Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola [9]
391 10 6 January 1997   Austria Bischofshofen Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze K120 LH 230 Germany Dieter Thoma Poland Adam Małysz Slovenia Primož Peterka [10]
45th Four Hills Tournament Overall (29 December 1996 – 6 January 1997) Slovenia Primož Peterka Austria Andreas Goldberger Germany Dieter Thoma
392 11 11 January 1997   Switzerland Engelberg Gross-Titlis-Schanze K120 LH 231 Slovenia Primož Peterka Germany Dieter Thoma Poland Adam Małysz Slovenia Primož Peterka [11]
393 12 12 January 1997   Switzerland Engelberg Gross-Titlis-Schanze K120 LH 232 Slovenia Primož Peterka Finland Janne Ahonen Finland Jani Soininen [12]
394 13 18 January 1997   Japan Sapporo Miyanomori K90 NH 129 Poland Adam Małysz Norway Sturle Holseter
Finland Mika Laitinen
[13]
395 14 19 January 1997   Japan Sapporo Ōkurayama K120 LH 233 Germany Dieter Thoma Norway Roar Ljøkelsøy Japan Takanobu Okabe [14]
25 January 1997   Japan Hakuba Olympic Hills K90 NH cnx cancelled
396 15 26 January 1997   Japan Hakuba Olympic Hills K120 LH 234 Poland Adam Małysz Japan Noriaki Kasai Japan Masahiko Harada Slovenia Primož Peterka [15]
397 16 1 February 1997   Germany Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze K120 LH 235 Austria Martin Höllwarth Germany Dieter Thoma Slovenia Primož Peterka Germany Dieter Thoma [16]
398 17 2 February 1997   Germany Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze K120 LH 236 Japan Hiroya Saito Germany Dieter Thoma Norway Roar Ljøkelsøy [17]
399 18 8 February 1997   Austria Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf Kulm K185 FH 034 Japan Takanobu Okabe Austria Andreas Goldberger Slovenia Primož Peterka Slovenia Primož Peterka [18]
400 19 9 February 1997   Austria Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf Kulm K185 FH 035 Slovenia Primož Peterka Austria Andreas Goldberger Japan Takanobu Okabe [19]
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1997
401 20 9 March 1997   Finland Lahti Salpausselkä K114 LH 237 Austria Andreas Widhölzl Finland Pasi Kytösaho Finland Jani Soininen
Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki
Slovenia Primož Peterka [20]
402 21 12 March 1997   Finland Kuopio Puijo K90 NH 130 Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki France Nicolas Dessum Slovenia Primož Peterka [21]
403 22 13 March 1997   Sweden Falun Lugnet K115 LH 238 Slovenia Primož Peterka Germany Dieter Thoma Japan Hiroya Saito [22]
404 23 16 March 1997   Norway Oslo Holmenkollbakken K112 LH 239 Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Japan Hiroya Saito Switzerland Bruno Reuteler [23]
1st Nordic Tournament Overall (9–16 March 1997) Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Norway Kristian Brenden Austria Andreas Widhölzl
405 24 22 March 1997   Slovenia Planica Velikanka bratov Gorišek K185 FH 036 Japan Takanobu Okabe Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Finland Jani Soininen Slovenia Primož Peterka [24]
406 25 23 March 1997   Slovenia Planica Velikanka bratov Gorišek K185 FH 037 Japan Akira Higashi Slovenia Primož Peterka Norway Lasse Ottesen [25]

Men's team[edit]

Num Season Date Place Hill Event Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
12 1 8 March 1997   Finland Lahti Salpausselkä K114 LH 012  Finland
Janne Ahonen
Jani Soininen
Ari-Pekka Nikkola
Mika Laitinen
 Austria
Andreas Widhölzl
Martin Höllwarth
Stefan Horngacher
Andreas Goldberger
 Norway
Roar Ljøkelsøy
Håvard Lie
Simen Berntsen
Lasse Ottesen
 Japan [26]

Standings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "K120: Lillehammer". International Ski Federation. 30 November 1996.
  2. ^ "K120: Lillehammer". International Ski Federation. 1 December 1996.
  3. ^ "K120: Kuusamo". International Ski Federation. 7 December 1996.
  4. ^ "K120: Kuusamo". International Ski Federation. 8 December 1996.
  5. ^ "K120: Harrachov". International Ski Federation. 14 December 1996.
  6. ^ "K120: Harrachov". International Ski Federation. 15 December 1996.
  7. ^ "K115: Oberstdorf". International Ski Federation. 29 December 1996.
  8. ^ "K115: Garmisch-Partenkirchen". International Ski Federation. 1 January 1997.
  9. ^ "K110: Innsbruck". International Ski Federation. 4 January 1997.
  10. ^ "K120: Bischofshofen". International Ski Federation. 6 January 1997.
  11. ^ "K120: Engelberg". International Ski Federation. 11 January 1997.
  12. ^ "K120: Engelberg". International Ski Federation. 12 January 1997.
  13. ^ "K90: Sapporo". International Ski Federation. 18 January 1997.
  14. ^ "K120: Sapporo". International Ski Federation. 19 January 1997.
  15. ^ "K120: Hakuba". International Ski Federation. 26 January 1997.
  16. ^ "K120: Willingen". International Ski Federation. 1 February 1997.
  17. ^ "K120: Willingen". International Ski Federation. 2 February 1997.
  18. ^ "K185: Tauplitz". International Ski Federation. 8 February 1997.
  19. ^ "K185: Tauplitz". International Ski Federation. 9 February 1997.
  20. ^ "K114: Lahti". International Ski Federation. 9 March 1997.
  21. ^ "K90: Kuopio". International Ski Federation. 12 March 1997.
  22. ^ "K115: Falun". International Ski Federation. 13 March 1997.
  23. ^ "K112: Oslo". International Ski Federation. 16 March 1997.
  24. ^ "K185: Planica". International Ski Federation. 23 March 1997.
  25. ^ "K185: Planica". International Ski Federation. 22 March 1997.
  26. ^ "Team K114: Lahti". International Ski Federation. 8 March 1997.