2018–19 Four Hills Tournament

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Four Hills Tournament
at the 2018–19 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
VenueSchattenbergschanze, Große Olympiaschanze, Bergiselschanze, Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze
LocationGermany, Austria
Dates29 December 2018 (2018-12-29) – 6 January 2019 (2019-01-06)
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 

The 2018–19 Four Hills Tournament, part of the 2018–19 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup, took place at the four traditional venues of Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck and Bischofshofen, located in Germany and Austria, between 29 December 2018 and 6 January 2019.[1]

Japan's Ryoyu Kobayashi won the tournament ahead of German ski jumpers Markus Eisenbichler and Stephan Leyhe, becoming only the second Japanese ski jumper to win the title, following Kazuyoshi Funaki in 1997–98. Kobayashi also became only the third ever ski jumper after Sven Hannawald in 2001–02 and Kamil Stoch in 2017–18 to achieve the Grand Slam - winning all four events in the same tournament.[2]

Schedule[edit]

Stage Venue Date Event Start time
(CET)
1 Oberstdorf (GER) 29 December 2018 Qualification 16:30
30 December 2018 Competition 16:30
2 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER) 31 December 2018 Qualification 14:00
1 January 2019 Competition 14:00
3 Innsbruck (AUT) 3 January 2019 Qualification 14:00
4 January 2019 Competition 14:00
4 Bischofshofen (AUT) 5 January 2019 Qualification 17:00
6 January 2019 Competition 17:00

Results[edit]

Oberstdorf[edit]

Germany HS 137 Schattenbergschanze, Germany
30 December 2018[3]

Rank Name Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Japan Ryoyu Kobayashi 138.5 126.5 282.3
2 Germany Markus Eisenbichler 133.0 129.0 281.9
3 Austria Stefan Kraft 131.0 134.5 280.5
4 Norway Andreas Stjernen 132.5 131.0 278.2
5 Poland Dawid Kubacki 128.5 133.5 269.8
6 Poland Piotr Żyła 133.0 126.5 268.3
7 Norway Robert Johansson 129.0 125.0 268.0
8 Poland Kamil Stoch 127.0 131.0 267.6
9 Slovenia Timi Zajc 127.0 125.5 266.0
10 Austria Daniel Huber 129.0 124.0 265.2

Garmisch-Partenkirchen[edit]

Germany HS 142 Große Olympiaschanze, Germany
1 January 2019[4]

Rank Name Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Japan Ryoyu Kobayashi 136.5 133.0 266.6
2 Germany Markus Eisenbichler 138.0 135.0 264.7
3 Poland Dawid Kubacki 133.5 133.0 256.2
4 Czech Republic Roman Koudelka 133.0 134.5 253.8
5 Japan Junshirō Kobayashi 131.0 131.5 249.4
6 Poland Kamil Stoch 129.0 134.0 249.2
7 Germany Stephan Leyhe 128.0 135.0 249.0
8 Slovenia Timi Zajc 132.0 132.5 248.7
9 Norway Halvor Egner Granerud 127.0 132.0 245.4
10 Norway Andreas Stjernen 129.5 134.0 245.3

Innsbruck[edit]

Austria HS 130 Bergiselschanze, Austria
4 January 2019[5]

Rank Name Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Japan Ryoyu Kobayashi 136.5 131.0 267.0
2 Austria Stefan Kraft 129.5 130.5 254.2
3 Norway Andreas Stjernen 131.0 126.0 242.7
4 Germany Stephan Leyhe 129.0 127.5 239.1
5 Poland Kamil Stoch 126.5 131.0 234.1
6 Japan Yukiya Satō 129.0 123.5 231.4
7 Switzerland Killian Peier 127.0 123.0 230.6
8 Germany Richard Freitag 128.0 124.0 230.0
9 Czech Republic Roman Koudelka 123.0 125.0 228.4
10 Slovenia Timi Zajc 130.0 119.5 226.6

Bischofshofen[edit]

Austria HS 142 Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze, Austria
6 January 2019[6]

Rank Name Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Japan Ryoyu Kobayashi 135.0 137.5 282.1
2 Poland Dawid Kubacki 138.0 130.0 268.3
3 Austria Stefan Kraft 134.0 131.5 267.5
4 Germany Stephan Leyhe 126.0 137.0 266.0
5 Germany Markus Eisenbichler 137.0 131.5 265.5
6 Czech Republic Roman Koudelka 133.0 130.5 259.7
7 Norway Halvor Egner Granerud 128.5 135.0 258.0
8 Switzerland Killian Peier 131.5 127.0 254.6
9 Norway Robert Johansson 132.0 126.5 253.3
10 Germany Karl Geiger 122.0 133.5 249.5

Overall standings[edit]

The final standings after all four events:[7]

Rank Name Oberstdorf Garmisch-
Partenkirchen
Innsbruck Bischofshofen Total Points
1st place, gold medalist(s) Japan Ryoyu Kobayashi 282.3 (1) 266.6 (1) 267.0 (1) 282.1 (1) 1098.0
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Germany Markus Eisenbichler 281.9 (2) 264.7 (2) 223.8 (13) 265.5 (5) 1035.9
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Germany Stephan Leyhe 260.0 (13) 249.0 (7) 239.1 (4) 266.0 (4) 1014.1
4 Poland Dawid Kubacki 269.8 (5) 256.2 (3) 216.5 (18) 268.3 (2) 1010.8
5 Czech Republic Roman Koudelka 264.4 (11) 253.8 (4) 228.4 (9) 259.7 (6) 1006.3
6 Poland Kamil Stoch 267.6 (8) 249.2 (6) 234.1 (5) 243.1 (12) 994.0
7 Norway Andreas Stjernen 278.2 (4) 245.3 (10) 242.7 (3) 221.8 (25) 988.0
8 Norway Robert Johansson 268.0 (7) 235.8 (19) 226.1 (11) 253.3 (9) 983.2
9 Austria Daniel Huber 265.2 (10) 238.8 (15) 222.8 (14) 243.6 (11) 970.4
10 Switzerland Killian Peier 241.2 (19) 232.9 (23) 230.6 (7) 254.6 (8) 959.3

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Green light for the 4-Hills-Tournament". FIS Ski. Retrieved 19 December 2018.
  2. ^ "Ryoyu Kobayashi creates history with Four Hills grand slam". Eurosport. Retrieved 6 January 2019.
  3. ^ "FIS Ski Jumping World Cup / Oberstdorf / Results". FIS Ski. Retrieved 30 December 2018.
  4. ^ "FIS Ski Jumping World Cup / Garmisch-Partenkirchen / Results". FIS Ski. Retrieved 1 January 2019.
  5. ^ "FIS Ski Jumping World Cup / Innsbruck / Results". FIS Ski. Retrieved 5 January 2019.
  6. ^ "FIS Ski Jumping World Cup / Bischofshofen / Results". FIS Ski. Retrieved 6 January 2019.
  7. ^ "FIS Ski Jumping World Cup / Four Hills Tournament / Standings". FIS Ski. Retrieved 6 January 2019.

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