2015–16 Four Hills Tournament

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Four Hills Tournament
at the 2015–16 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
VenueSchattenbergschanze, Große Olympiaschanze, Bergiselschanze, Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze
LocationAustria, Germany
Dates29 December 2015 (2015-12-29) – 6 January 2016 (2016-01-06)
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 

The 2015–16 Four Hills Tournament took place at the four traditional venues of Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck and Bischofshofen, located in Germany and Austria, between 29 December 2015 and 6 January 2016.

Peter Prevc won the competition ahead of Severin Freund and Michael Hayböck. By winning the tournament, Prevc became the second ski jumper from Slovenia to win it after Primož Peterka in 1996–97. This was the first tournament since 2007–08 which was not won by an Austrian ski jumper, ending the seven-year streak of the Austrian team.

Results[edit]

Oberstdorf[edit]

Germany HS 137 Schattenbergschanze, Germany
29 December 2015[1]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Severin Freund  Germany 126.0 137.5 307.2
2 Michael Hayböck  Austria 130.0 139.0 304.2
3 Peter Prevc  Slovenia 129.5 130.0 299.9
4 Anders Fannemel  Norway 130.5 129.0 295.8
5 Noriaki Kasai  Japan 127.0 133.5 290.6
6 Kenneth Gangnes  Norway 129.0 135.5 288.6
7 Stefan Kraft  Austria 130.0 127.5 287.7
8 Johann André Forfang  Norway 121.5 127.0 278.8
9 Richard Freitag  Germany 121.0 130.0 276.5
10 Daniel-André Tande  Norway 133.0 119.0 273.9

Garmisch-Partenkirchen[edit]

Germany HS 140 Große Olympiaschanze, Germany
1 January 2016[2]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Peter Prevc  Slovenia 133.5 136.0 272.7
2 Kenneth Gangnes  Norway 132.0 134.0 260.1
3 Severin Freund  Germany 133.5 132.5 256.8
4 Johann André Forfang  Norway 128.0 133.5 250.8
5 Michael Hayböck  Austria 131.0 132.0 247.3
6 Richard Freitag  Germany 130.0 127.5 243.6
7 Anders Fannemel  Norway 132.5 126.0 241.5
8 Roman Koudelka  Poland 129.0 128.0 241.0
9 Stefan Kraft  Austria 128.5 127.5 238.6
10 Daiki Itō  Japan 130.0 125.0 234.0

Innsbruck[edit]

Austria HS 130 Bergiselschanze, Austria
3 January 2016[3]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Peter Prevc  Slovenia 130.8 138.7 269.5
2 Severin Freund  Germany 124.1 133.3 258.4
3 Kenneth Gangnes  Norway 127.1 124.4 251.1
4 Johann André Forfang  Norway 122.4 127.3 249.7
5 Michael Hayböck  Austria 119.2 128.3 247.5
6 Andreas Wellinger  Germany 122.5 120.0 239.5
7 Noriaki Kasai  Japan 124.5 119.5 236.8
8 Daiki Itō  Japan 120.0 121.0 235.8
9 Andreas Wank  Germany 120.0 122.5 235.4
10 Richard Freitag  Germany 117.5 123.0 233.3

Bischofshofen[edit]

Austria HS 140 Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze, Austria
6 January 2016[4]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Peter Prevc  Slovenia 139.0 142.5 297.3
2 Severin Freund  Germany 136.0 141.0 290.5
3 Michael Hayböck  Austria 136.0 139.0 282.6
4 Stefan Kraft  Austria 136.0 138.0 278.0
5 Kenneth Gangnes  Norway 131.5 137.0 273.3
6 Domen Prevc  Slovenia 132.0 135.5 265.1
7 Johann André Forfang  Norway 135.5 129.5 256.2
8 Simon Ammann  Switzerland 136.0 132.0 255.7
9 Noriaki Kasai  Japan 129.0 131.0 254.8
10 Daiki Itō  Japan 130.5 130.0 251.2

Overall standings[edit]

The final standings after all four events:[5]

Rank Name Nationality Oberstdorf Garmisch-
Partenkirchen
Innsbruck Bischofshofen Total Points
1 Peter Prevc  Slovenia 299.9 (3) 272.7 (1) 269.5 (1) 297.3 (1) 1,139.5
2 Severin Freund  Germany 307.2 (1) 256.8 (3) 258.4 (2) 290.5 (2) 1,112.9
3 Michael Hayböck  Austria 304.2 (2) 247.3 (5) 247.5 (5) 282.6 (3) 1,081.6
4 Kenneth Gangnes  Norway 288.6 (6) 260.1 (2) 251.5 (3) 273.3 (5) 1,073.5
5 Stefan Kraft  Austria 287.7 (7) 238.6 (9) 231.9 (11) 278.0 (4) 1,036.2
6 Johann André Forfang  Norway 278.8 (8) 250.8 (4) 278.0 (4) 256.2 (7) 1,035.5
7 Noriaki Kasai  Japan 290.6 (5) 231.0 (12) 236.8 (7) 254.8 (9) 1,013.2
8 Anders Fannemel  Norway 295.8 (4) 241.5 (7) 231.8 (12) 241.0 (18) 1,010.1
9 Richard Freitag  Germany 276.5 (9) 243.6 (6) 233.3 (10) 248.0 (11) 1,001.4
10 Andreas Wank  Germany 264.5 (13) 231.8 (11) 235.4 (9) 242.7 (16) 974.4

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