2011–12 Four Hills Tournament

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The 2011–12 Four Hills Tournament was held at the four traditional venues of Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck and Bischofshofen, located in Germany and Austria, between 28 December 2011 and 6 January 2012.

Overall standings[edit]

The final standings after the four events. Gregor Schlierenzauer was the overall winner.[1]

Rank Name Nationality Oberstdorf (finish) Garmisch-Partenkirchen (finish) Innsbruck (finish) Bischofshofen (finish) Overall FHT points
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 283.3 (1) 274.5 (1) 247.6 (2) 128.4 (3) 933.8
2 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 264.3 (3) 267.9 (6) 237.1 (6) 138.7 (1) 908.0
3 Andreas Kofler  Austria 265.2 (2) 270.4 (2) 252.8 (1) 108.5 (25) 896.6
4 Anders Bardal  Norway 258.0 (6) 256.1 (9) 244.4 (4) 136.5 (2) 895.0
5 Roman Koudelka  Czech Republic 255.6 (7) 262.1 (8) 239.5 (5) 124.0 (6) 881.2
6 Daiki Ito  Japan 262.7 (5) 269.6 (3) 193.6 (27) 126.2 (5) 852.1
7 Severin Freund  Germany 264.0 (4) 262.2 (7) 211.8 (21) 105.4 (30) 843.4
8 Kamil Stoch  Poland 221.1 (23) 268.0 (4) 232.0 (9) 121.9 (9) 843.0
9 Taku Takeuchi  Japan 216.3 (25) 268.0 (4) 246.7 (3) 111.6 (23) 842.6
10 Richard Freitag  Germany 240.3 (10) 233.9 (25) 227.2 (12) 119.0 (10) 820.4

Oberstdorf[edit]

Germany HS 137 Schattenbergschanze, Germany
30 December 2011 [2]

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall FHT Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 133.0 137.5 557.3 283.3 (1) 476 (2)
2 Andreas Kofler  Austria 131.0 133.5 265.2 265.2 (2) 588 (1)
3 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 128.0 128.5 264.3 264.3 (3) 396 (4)
4 Severin Freund  Germany 129.0 127.0 264.0 264.0 (4) 319 (6)
5 Daiki Ito  Japan 130.0 124.0 262.7 262.7 (5) 181 (10)

Garmisch-Partenkirchen[edit]

Germany HS 137 Große Olympiaschanze, Germany
1 January 2012 [3]

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall FHT Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 138.0 134.0 274.5 557.8 (1) 576 (2)
2 Andreas Kofler  Austria 130.5 137.5 270.4 535.6 (2) 668 (1)
3 Daiki Ito  Japan 138.5 141.5 269.6 532.3 (3) 241 (9)
4 Kamil Stoch  Poland 132.0 137.5 268.0 498.1 (9) 306 (7)
4 Taku Takeuchi  Japan 130.5 140.0 268.0 484.3 (12) 102 (18)

Innsbruck[edit]

Austria HS 130 Bergiselschanze, Austria
4 January 2012 [4]

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall FHT Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Andreas Kofler  Austria 127.5 131.5 252.8 788.4 (2) 768 (1)
2 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 130.5 123.0 247.6 805.4 (1) 656 (2)
3 Taku Takeuchi  Japan 131.5 124.0 246.7 731.0 (7) 162 (14)
4 Anders Bardal  Norway 128.0 125.5 244.4 758.5 (4) 509 (3)
5 Roman Koudelka  Czech Republic 123.5 122.5 239.5 757.2 (5) 292 (8)

Bischofshofen[edit]

Austria HS 140 Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze, Austria
6 January 2012 [5]

Only one round was held due to bad weather.[6]

Rank Name Nationality 1st (m) 2nd (m) Points Overall FHT Points Overall WC points (Rank)
1 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 135.0 138.7 908.0 (2) 576 (4)
2 Anders Bardal  Norway 135.0 136.5 895.0 (4) 589 (3)
3 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 131.0 128.4 933.8 (1) 716 (2)
4 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia 129.0 126.8 807.5 (14) 267 (10)
5 Daiki Ito  Japan 130.5 126.2 852.1 (6) 290 (9)

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