2006–07 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup

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The 2006–07 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup begun in Kuusamo, Finland on 24 November 2006 and finished in Planica, Slovenia on 25 March 2007. Adam Małysz, Poland won the individual World Cup. e.on Ruhrgas was this season's main sponsor, and therefore, this season's leader's jersey was red, in reference to the company, rather than the traditional yellow.

Individual World Cup[edit]

  • The jumper highlighted in red was the leader of the World Cup at the time of the competition and wore the red jersey.
  • The jumper highlighted in azure was the leader of the Nordic Tournament at the time of the competition and wore the blue jersey.
  • The jumper highlighted in pink was the leader of the Four Hills Tournament at the time of the competition. This competition has no leader's jersey.

Kuusamo[edit]

Finland K-120 Rukatunturi, Finland
November 24, 2006

Notes:

  • Jakub Janda wore the red jersey as the reigning champion.
  • Due to difficult weather conditions, the qualifying round was cancelled twice. Therefore, 67 jumpers participated in the first round.
  • As the competition progressed, the weather worsened, and the jumpers with the high starting numbers faced conditions which German jumper Michael Uhrmann said gave "the best jumpers no chance".[1] The jury decided to finish the first round to get a result, and the jumpers with the early start numbers ended up dominating the top of the result list. Arttu Lappi took his first World Cup win, and Anders Jacobsen took third place in his first ever World Cup event. 4 of the top 10 were from the national group, entering as extra competitors for the home nation, while the likes of Adam Małysz (34th), Andreas Küttel (41st), Jakub Janda (52nd), Janne Happonen (53rd), Janne Ahonen (55th) and Roar Ljøkelsøy (65th), all among the top 20 in last year's World Cup standings, would not have qualified for an eventual second round.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Arttu Lappi Finland FIN 141.0 - 154.8 100 (1)
2 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 136.5 - 145.7 80 (2)
3 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 137.5 - 145.5 60 (3)
4 Veli-Matti Lindström Finland FIN 132.0 - 135.6 50 (4)
5 Michael Neumayer Germany GER 130.5 - 129.9 45 (5)
52 Jakub Janda Czech Republic CZE 95.5 - 55.9 0 (=31)

Finland K-120 Rukatunturi, Finland
November 25, 2006

Notes:

  • Shifting wind made it difficult for the jury to set a speed on the jump. The competition was restarted three times, before the jury finally decided to cancel it at 17.50 CET. Heavy fog, and 6–10 m/s wind on the jump made it impossible to continue the competition.

Trondheim/Lillehammer[edit]

Notes:


Norway K-120 Lysgårdsbakken, Norway
December 2, 2006
Notes:

  • Gregor Schlierenzauer set a new hill record, with his 140 meters in the qualifying run. He improved his own record in the 2nd run, with his 141 meter long jump.
  • World Cup leader Arttu Lappi fell in his first jump, and lost 21 points. Adam Małysz (first run) and Denis Kornilov (second run) also fell during the competition.
  • Anders Jacobsen jumped 142 meters, four metres over the official hill size, in the 2nd run, but fell.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 128.5 138.0 265.9 180 (1)
2 Andreas Küttel Switzerland SUI 129.5 133.5 260.6 80 (4)
3 Thomas Morgenstern Austria AUT 126.5 134.5 258.0 69 (6)
4 Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria AUT 120.5 141.0 256.4 50 (9)
5 Martin Höllwarth Austria AUT 126.0 135.0 256.0 65 (7)
21 Arttu Lappi Finland FIN 128.0 128.5 225.4 110 (2)

Norway K-120 Lysgårdsbakken, Norway
December 3, 2006
Notes:

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria AUT 134.0 137.0 276.0 150 (3)
2 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 136.0 131.5 269.2 166 (2)
3 Adam Małysz Poland POL 137.5 127.5 264.7 76 (=8)
4 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 133.0 127.0 255.2 230 (1)
5 Andreas Küttel Switzerland SUI 129.5 124.5 242.4 125 (4)

Harrachov[edit]

Czech Republic K-120 Čerťák, Czech Republic
Notes:

  • The competitions in Harrachov were cancelled due to warm temperatures and lack of snow.

Engelberg[edit]

Switzerland K-125 Gross-Titlis-Schanze, Switzerland
December 16, 2006

Notes:

  • Gregor Schlierenzauer took his second win on a row, with his victory in Switzerland. Simon Ammann kept his World Cup lead, but is now only 30 points ahead of Schlierenzauer and 34 ahead of Anders Jacobsen who took his third podium of the season.
  • Several of the big names again struggled to find form. Last years World Cup-winner Jakub Janda only finished 14th, and Janne Ahonen ended up on a 21st place.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria AUT 131.0 140.5 269.2 250 (2)
2 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 137.0 129.0 263.3 246 (3)
3 Adam Małysz Poland POL 128.0 134.0 253.6 136 (6)
4 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 135.5 126.0 253.2 280 (1)
5 Andreas Küttel Switzerland SUI 129.5 130.0 249.6 170 (4)

Switzerland K-125 Gross-Titlis-Schanze, Switzerland
December 17, 2006

Notes:

  • Anders Jacobsen took his first World Cup-win, and fourth podium in his career.
  • Simon Ammann kept his World Cup-lead, therefore, Switzerland will have four competitors in the Four Hills Tournament.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 138.0 137.5 280.9 346 (2)
2 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 130.0 138.0 266.4 360 (1)
3 Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria AUT 131.5 134.5 262.3 310 (3)
4 Martin Koch Austria AUT 131.0 134.0 257.5 110 (9)
5 Jakub Janda Czech Republic CZE 131.0 132.0 257.4 86 (14)

Four Hills Tournament[edit]

Oberstdorf[edit]

Germany K-120 Schattenbergschanze, Germany
December 30, 2006
Notes:

  • Schlierenzauer had the longest jumps in both rounds, with the second round leap of 142 metres just 1.5 metres short of the hill record.
  • The top six in the overall World Cup standings were all in the top six of this event.
  • Defending Four Hills champions Janne Ahonen and Jakub Janda finished seventh and 21st, respectively. Janda fell back 16 places from the event in Engelberg two weeks previously.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall FHT points Overall WC points
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria AUT 135.5 142.0 296.0 296.0 410 (1)
2 Andreas Küttel Switzerland SUI 133.5 136.5 286.5 286.5 286 (4)
3 Adam Małysz Poland POL 132.0 134.0 280.3 280.3 236 (5)
4 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 131.5 135.0 279.7 279.7 396 (3)
5 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 135.0 133.0 276.9 276.9 405 (2)

Garmisch-Partenkirchen[edit]

Germany K-115 Große Olympiaschanze, Germany
January 1, 2007
Notes:

  • Gregor Schlierenzauer was the leader of both the World Cup, and the Four Hills Tournament before the competition.
  • Anders Jacobsen once again won the qualifying round, and jumped in the last duel against the reigning K-90 World Champion, Rok Benkovič from Slovenia.
  • Due to concerns over rain and wind, the second round was cancelled.
  • Noriaki Kasai, who failed to qualify for the first round, finished third after making the longest jump in the competition.
  • Thomas Morgenstern made the fourth longest jump, but nearly fell, and was docked style points to finish 11th.
  • Simon Ammann finished 17th and fell down to third place in the overall World Cup standings.
  • Küttel, who finished second in Oberstdorf, won the event and cut Schlierenzauer's lead in the overall Four Hills standings to three points.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall FHT points (Rank) Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Andreas Küttel Switzerland SUI 125.5 - 135.9 422.4 (2) 386 (4)
2 Matti Hautamäki Finland FIN 125.0 - 133.0 373.0 (13) 199 (8)
3 Noriaki Kasai Japan JPN 128.0 - 132.9 132.9 (44) 60 (22)
4 Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria AUT 123.0 - 129.4 425.4 (1) 460 (1)
5 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 122.0 - 128.1 407.8 (3) 441 (2)
Bjørn Einar Romøren Norway NOR 122.0 - 355.1 (19) 84 (20)
Arttu Lappi Finland FIN 122.0 - 404.4 (4) 258 (5)

Innsbruck[edit]

Austria K-120 Bergiselschanze, Austria
January 4, 2007
Notes:

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall FHT points Overall WC points
1 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 129.0 128.5 265.0 672.8 (1) 541 (1)
2 Thomas Morgenstern Austria AUT 128.5 129.5 263.9 653.8 (6) 283 (7)
3 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 125.5 132.0 261.5 656.4 (3) 478 (3)
4 Arttu Lappi Finland FIN 125.5 128.5 257.7 662.1 (2) 308 (5)
5 Janne Ahonen Finland FIN 125.5 126.0 251.2 644.4 (8) 200 (9)
11 Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria AUT 122.0 119.0 227.3 652.7 (7) 484 (2)

Bischofshofen[edit]

Austria K-125 Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze, Austria
January 7, 2007
Notes:

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall FHT points Overall WC points
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria AUT 139.5 141.0 291.9 944.7 (2) 584 (2)
2 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 137.5 142.0 289.1 961.9 (1) 621 (1)
3 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 135.0 137.5 275.5 931.9 (3) 538 (3)
4 Dimitry Vassiliev Russia RUS 133.5 136.0 269.1 848.8 (10) 194 (10)
5 Thomas Morgenstern Austria AUT 133.0 132.5 262.4 916.2 (4) 328 (7)

Vikersund[edit]

Norway K-185 Vikersundbakken, Norway
January 13, 2007
Notes:

  • Gregor Schlierenzauer did not participate in Vikersund.
  • Only 42 jumpers, the smallest in any World Cup event thus far in the season, took part in the training session. However, 13 of the top 16 in the World Cup are participating, with only Austrians Schlierenzauer, Loitzl and Höllwarth skipping the meet.
  • Four Hills Tournament winner, Anders Jacobsen, set a new personal best in the training session, with his 202 meter long jump. This was his first jump over 200 meters. Janne Ahonen had the longest jump during the session with his 214.5 meter long jump.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points
1 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 208.0 193.5 388.3 721 (1)
2 Thomas Morgenstern Austria AUT 206.0 189.5 384.1 408 (5)
3 Matti Hautamäki Finland FIN 190.0 201.0 377.7 267 (9)
4 Janne Ahonen Finland FIN 202.5 197.5 374.0 274 (8)
5 Harri Olli Finland FIN 197.5 191.5 369.3 72 (24)

Norway K-185 Vikersundbakken, Norway
January 14, 2007

Notes:

Zakopane[edit]

Poland K-120 Wielka Krokiew, Poland
January 20, 2007

Notes:

  • Adam Małysz was in a league of his own in the practice run, with his 135 meter long jump. Robert Kranjec and Anders Bardal followed with 132 and 129 meters respectively. World Cup leader Anders Jacobsen had the shortest jump, reaching only 89 meters.
  • Strong wind made the jury cancel the 2nd round when 10 jumpers remained on the top. Urbanc won his first World Cup competition, while Roar Ljøkelsøy was back on the podium for the first time since March 18, 2006.
  • Czech jumper Jan Mazoch, 15th after the first round, took a terrible tumble and suffered a severe concussion. He was taken to a nearby hospital and put into an artificially induced coma.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points
1 Rok Urbanc Slovenia SLO 136.0 - 143.3 114 (20)
2 Roar Ljøkelsøy Norway NOR 133.5 - 138.8 132 (18)
3 Matti Hautamäki Finland FIN 131.5 - 134.7 327 (8)
4 Tom Hilde Norway NOR 132.0 - 133.6 98 (24)
5 Adam Małysz Poland POL 129.5 - 131.6 407 (6)
7 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 129.5 - 130.1 757 (1)

Poland K-120 Wielka Krokiew, Poland
January 21, 2007
Notes:

  • The competition was cancelled due to strong wind.

Oberstdorf[edit]

Notes:

  • The competitions were scheduled to be held in the K-185 hill, but due to lack of snow in Oberstdorf, the competitions will be held in the K-120 hill. [3]

Germany K-120 Schattenbergschanze, Germany
January 27, 2007

Notes:

  • The competition was delayed for 45 minutes due to snow.
  • For the first time in a two-round event since Lillehammer in December, neither Schlierenzauer nor Jacobsen made it to the podium.
  • Urbanc, the winner of the Zakopane event, failed to qualify.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points
1 Adam Małysz Poland POL 132.5 137.0 283.1 507 (5)
2 Thomas Morgenstern Austria AUT 134.0 131.5 279.9 514 (4)
3 Michael Uhrmann Germany GER 121.5 134.0 258.9 248 (11)
4 Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria AUT 124.0 134.5 258.5 663 (2)
5 Dimitry Vassiliev Russia RUS 123.0 132.5 258.4 257 (10)
6 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 119.5 137.0 257.7 797 (1)

Germany K-120 Schattenbergschanze, Germany
January 28, 2007

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points
1 Michael Uhrmann Germany GER 140.5 129.0 285.1 348 (8)
2 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 131.5 131.5 272.9 877 (1)
3 Andrea Morassi Italy ITA 133.0 132.0 270.0 62 (32)
4 Adam Małysz Poland POL 131.5 129.5 269.8 557 (4)
5 Andreas Küttel Switzerland SUI 123.0 134.5 263.0 541 (6)

Titisee-Neustadt[edit]

Germany K-125 Hochfirstschanze, Germany
February 3, 2007
Notes:

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points
1 Adam Małysz Poland POL 138.5 145.0 293.8 657 (3)
2 Andreas Kofler Austria AUT 136.5 142.0 285.3 314 (12)
3 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 136.5 141.5 278.9 937 (1)
4 Andreas Küttel Switzerland SUI 129.5 142.0 271.2 591 (5)
5 Dimitry Vassiliev Russia RUS 132.5 140.0 267.5 342 (10)

Germany K-125 Hochfirstschanze, Germany
February 4, 2007
Notes:

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points
1 Adam Małysz Poland POL 129.5 134.5 257.7 757 (3)
2 Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria AUT 128.5 130.5 245.7 801 (2)
3 Dimitry Vassiliev Russia RUS 125.0 133.0 242.4 402 (8)
4 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 127.0 130.0 242.1 987 (1)
5 Mario Innauer Austria AUT 129.0 127.5 241.7 141 (22)

Klingenthal[edit]

Germany K-125 Vogtlandarena, Germany
February 7, 2007

Notes:

  • This is to replace the cancelled competitions in Harrachov, and is therefore organized by the Czech ski federation.
  • World Cup leader Anders Jacobsen did not participate.
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria AUT 142.5 138.5 289.8 901 (2)
2 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 134.5 141.5 280.3 756 (4)
3 Adam Małysz Poland POL 137.5 134.5 272.1 817 (3)
4 Andreas Kofler Austria AUT 134.0 137.5 270.7 400 (10)
5 Michael Uhrmann Germany GER 137.5 132.5 268.5 444 (8)

Willingen[edit]

Germany K-130 Mühlenkopfschanze, Germany
February 10, 2007

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points
1 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 148.0 139.0 283.1 1087 (1)
2 Michael Uhrmann Germany GER 144.0 140.0 276.2 524 (7)
3 Jernej Damjan Slovenia SLO 144.5 139.0 273.3 107 (31)
4 Sigurd Pettersen Norway NOR 145.0 138.5 272.3 103 (32)
5 Wolfgang Loitzl Austria AUT 137.0 136.5 259.8 334 (13)

World Championships[edit]

The 2007 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships took place between February 22 and March 4, 2007 in Sapporo, Japan. The competitions in the World Championships did not award the jumpers World Cup-points.

Nordic Tournament[edit]

Lahti[edit]

Finland K-116 Lahti, Finland
March 11, 2007

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall NT Overall WC points
1 Adam Małysz Poland POL 125.0 128.0 265.8 265.8 (1) 953 (2)
2 Andreas Kofler Austria AUT 124.0 121.5 258.3 258.3 (2) 492 (8)
3 Martin Schmitt Germany GER 121.5 124.5 255.7 255.7 (3) 265 (16)
4 Roar Ljøkelsøy Norway NOR 121.5 122.5 255.1 255.1 (4) 297 (14)
5 Dimitry Ipatov Russia RUS 119.0 122.5 244.1 244.1 (5) 173 (23)
31 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 109.5 - 99.3 99.3 (31) 1087 (1)
37 Thomas Morgenstern Austria AUT 107.5 - 94.2 94.2 (37) 570 (6)

Kuopio[edit]

Finland K-120 Puijo, Finland
March 13, 2007

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall NT Overall WC points
1 Adam Małysz Poland POL 125.0 115.0 229.0 495 (1) 1053 (2)
2 Andreas Kofler Austria AUT 120.0 118.5 227.3 486 (2) 572 (7)
3 Thomas Morgenstern Austria AUT 116.5 117.5 217.7 312 (21) 630 (6)
4 Jakub Janda Czech Republic CZE 116.5 115.5 213.6 424 (11) 253 (18)
5 Denis Kornilov Russia RUS 114.0 115.5 207.6 444 (6) 221 (19)
10 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 111.0 114.0 198.0 297 (24) 1113 (1)

Lillehammer/Oslo[edit]

Norway K-115 Holmenkollen, Norway
March 17, 2007

Notes:

  • The event was moved to from Lillehammer to Oslo
Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall NT Overall WC points
1 Adam Małysz Poland POL 131.0 122.0 272.9 768 (1) 1153 (1)
2 Andreas Küttel Switzerland SUI 128.5 116.0 257.6 656 (6) 757 (5)
3 Anders Bardal Norway NOR 125.5 116.0 254.0 538 (15) 278 (17)
4 Andreas Kofler Austria AUT 119.5 118.0 242.5 728 (2) 622 (7)
5 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 119.5 117.5 241.1 675 (3) 875 (4)
14 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 110.0 117.0 221.1 518 (20) 1131 (2)

Oslo[edit]

Norway K-115 Holmenkollen, Norway
March 18, 2007

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall NT Overall WC points
1 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 118.5 - 121.8 797 (3) 975 (3)
2 Martin Koch Austria AUT 115.5 - 113.9 630 (16) 356 (15)
3 Matti Hautamäki Finland FIN 113.0 - 110.4 746 (7) 453 (12)
4 Anders Bardal Norway NOR 112.0 - 108.6 647 (15) 328 (16)
5 Martin Schmitt Germany GER 111.0 - 105.3 651 (14) 328 (16)
Wolfgang Loitzl Austria AUT 111.0 - 756 (6) 446 (13)
54 Adam Małysz Poland POL 89.0 - 54.7 822 (1) 1153 (2)

Planica[edit]

Slovenia K-185 Letalnica, Slovenia
March 23, 2007

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points
1 Adam Małysz Poland POL 208.5 221.5 423.5 1253 (1)
2 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 208.5 213.5 408.4 1055 (3)
3 Jernej Damjan Slovenia SLO 206.5 205.0 402.8 179 (24)
4 Robert Kranjec Slovenia SLO 205.5 204.5 398.5 135 (30)
5 Martin Koch Austria AUT 203.5 204.5 392.6 401 (14)
6 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 197.0 210.5 391.5 1207 (2)

Slovenia K-185 Letalnica, Slovenia
March 24, 2007

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points
1 Adam Małysz Poland POL 210.5 217.5 419.6 1353 (1)
2 Anders Jacobsen Norway NOR 209.0 217.0 417.7 1287 (2)
3 Martin Koch Austria AUT 215.5 211.5 417.4 461 (14)
4 Roar Ljøkelsøy Norway NOR 211.5 209.0 415.1 448 (15)
5 Andreas Kofler Austria AUT 206.0 213.5 412.4 707 (7)

Slovenia K-185 Letalnica, Slovenia
March 25, 2007

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall WC points
1 Adam Małysz Poland POL 220.0 - 215.0 1453 (1)
2 Simon Ammann Switzerland SUI 217.5 - 212.0 1167 (3)
3 Martin Koch Austria AUT 216.5 - 211.8 521 (12)
4 Sigurd Pettersen Norway NOR 218.5 - 210.7 160 (28)
5 Thomas Morgenstern Austria AUT 209.5 - 207.4 756 (6)

Overall Top 15[edit]

Rk Jumper 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Pts
1.  A. Małysz (POL) 16 60 60 40 60 22 40 32 32 45 100 50 100 100 60 36 100 100 100 100 100 100 1453
2.  A. Jacobsen (NOR) 60 26 80 80 100 50 45 100 80 100 36 40 80 60 50 100 26 18 36 40 80 32 1319
3.  S. Ammann (SUI) 80 100 50 50 80 45 13 60 60 24 14 20 40 40 80 24 14 36 45 100 80 32 80 1167
4.  G. Schlierenzauer (AUT) 50 100 100 60 100 50 24 100 29 50 26 32 80 100 14 29 12 956
5.  A. Küttel (SUI) 80 45 45 36 80 100 36 36 13 7 18 45 50 26 32 26 2 80 20 18 9 804
6.  T. Morgenstern (AUT) 9 60 22 26 36 26 24 80 45 80 26 80 36 20 60 14 29 16 22 45 756
7.  A. Kofler (AUT) 18 11 40 15 24 29 20 9 8 36 24 80 36 50 12 80 80 50 16 24 45 20 727
8.  J. Ahonen (FIN) 40 36 10 18 36 15 45 24 50 6 32 32 32 32 26 26 36 29 14 539
9.  M. Hautamäki (FIN) 3 36 29 15 24 12 80 2 6 60 60 15 29 16 6 60 13 20 40 526
10.  M. Uhrmann (GER) 22 14 26 16 29 26 26 29 60 100 22 29 45 80 524
11.  D. Vassiliev (RUS) 24 20 36 16 8 18 22 50 18 45 40 45 60 36 15 12 6 40 1 8 3 523
12.  M. Koch (AUT) 40 20 50 32 4 13 18 26 24 18 20 11 80 45 60 60 521
13.  W. Loitzl (AUT) 36 29 26 29 20 18 2 18 11 10 36 32 22 45 13 22 32 45 15 11 4 476
14.  R. Ljøkelsøy (NOR) 4 14 15 4 15 80 26 22 3 24 40 50 40 32 29 50 26 474
15.  A. Lappi (FIN) 100 10 10 24 29 40 45 50 22 36 18 29 15 24 8 6 466

Key

Team World Cup[edit]

Willingen[edit]

Germany K-130 Mühlenkopfschanze, Germany
February 10, 2007
Notes:

Rank Team Jumpers 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points
1 Austria AUT Wolfgang Loitzl 140.5 131.0 998.4
Andreas Kofler 140.0 133.0
Arthur Pauli 124.0 135.0
Gregor Schlierenzauer 136.0 141.0
2 Norway NOR Tom Hilde 114.0 127.0 990.5
Anders Bardal 136.5 131.5
Anders Jacobsen 137.0 147.0
Roar Ljøkelsøy 130.0 138.5
3 Germany GER Stephan Hocke 124.5 128.5 931.8
Tobias Bogner 127.0 126.0
Jörg Ritzerfeld 133.0 128.5
Michael Uhrmann 142.0 139.0

Lahti[edit]

Finland K-116 Lahti, Finland
March 10, 2007

Rank Team Jumpers 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points
1 Austria AUT Martin Höllwarth 117.5 127.0 1028.7
Gregor Schlierenzauer 120.5 119.0
Andreas Kofler 133.0 121.0
Thomas Morgenstern 125.5 121.0
2 Norway NOR Tom Hilde 121.0 127.0 1017.0
Anders Bardal 116.0 120.5
Anders Jacobsen 124.5 126.0
Roar Ljøkelsøy 121.5 126.5
3 Finland FIN Harri Olli 124.0 124.0 967.1
Tami Kiuru 111.0 118.5
Matti Hautamäki 125.5 123.0
Janne Ahonen 123.0 113.5

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (German) Vom Winde verweht, from ZDF.de, retrieved 24 November 2006