2000 FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix

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Grand Prix 2000
Winners
Overall Finland Janne Ahonen
Nations Cup  Finland
Competitions
Venues 6
Individual 8
Team 1
Cancelled 1
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2001 →

The 2000 FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix was the 7th Summer Grand Prix season in ski jumping on plastic. Season began on 5 August 2000 in Hinterzarten, Germany and ended on 3 September 2000 in Sapporo, Japan.[1]

Other competitive circuits this season included the World Cup and Continental Cup.

Calendar[edit]

Men[edit]

Num Season Date Place Hill Size Winner Second Third Yellow bib
29 1 6 August 2000 Germany Hinterzarten Rothaus-Schanze K95 NH Austria Andreas Widhölzl Austria Martin Höllwarth Japan Noriaki Kasai Austria Andreas Widhölzl
30 2 9 August 2000 Finland Kuopio Puijo K120 LH Finland Janne Ahonen Japan Noriaki Kasai Finland Matti Hautamäki Finland Janne Ahonen
31 3 12 August 2000 Austria Villach Villacher Alpenarena K90 NH Finland Janne Ahonen Finland Matti Hautamäki Japan Hideharu Miyahira
32 4 14 August 2000 France Courchevel Tremplin du Praz K120 LH Finland Janne Ahonen
Japan Hideharu Miyahira
Germany Martin Schmitt
33 5 26 August 2000 Japan Hakuba Olympic Ski Jumps K120 LH Finland Matti Hautamäki Finland Janne Ahonen Japan Noriaki Kasai
34 6 27 August 2000 Japan Hakuba Olympic Ski Jumps K120 LH Finland Janne Ahonen Finland Risto Jussilainen Finland Matti Hautamäki
30 August 2000 South Korea Muju Muju Resort K120 LH cancelled
35 7 2 September 2000 Japan Sapporo Okurayama K120 LH Japan Hideharu Miyahira Finland Janne Ahonen Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Finland Janne Ahonen
36 8 3 September 2000 Japan Sapporo Okurayama K120 LH Finland Janne Ahonen Norway Henning Stensrud Norway Lasse Ottesen

Men's team[edit]

Num Season Date Place Hill Size Winner Second Third Yellow bib
4 1 5 August 2000 Germany Hinterzarten Rothaus-Schanze K95 NH  Finland
Risto Jussilainen
Jani Soininen
Ville Kantee
Janne Ahonen
 Japan
Kazuya Yoshioka
Kazuyoshi Funaki
Hideharu Miyahira
Noriaki Kasai
 Germany
Sven Hannawald
Michael Uhrmann
Frank Löffler
Martin Schmitt
 Finland

Standings[edit]

References[edit]