FIS Ski Flying World Championships 2014

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FIS Ski Flying World Championships 2014
Logo Harrachov 2014 FIS Ski Flying World Championships.png
Official logo for the FIS Ski Flying World Championships 2014.
CountryCzech Republic
Nations participating17
Athletes participating49
Events2 (1 cancelled)
Opening ceremony13 March
Closing ceremony16 March
WebsiteHarrachov2014.cz

The FIS Ski Flying World Championships 2014 took place from 14 to 16 March 2014 in Harrachov, Czech Republic for the fourth time. Harrachov hosted the event previously in 1983, 1992 and 2002. Individually Robert Kranjec was the defending champion. Austrian teammates Thomas Morgenstern. Andreas Kofler, Gregor Schlierenzauer and Martin Koch were the defending team champions.

The venue as the FIS Ski Flying World Championships 2014 was chosen at the 47th International Ski Congress in Antalya, Turkey on 3 June 2010.[1]

Severin Freund of Germany became the individual champion after two series of jumps, since the last two series were cancelled due to bad weather conditions. Because of the same reason, the team event was cancelled as well.

Schedule[edit]

Čerťák-Adidas Arena (K-185; HS205)
Day Date Event
Thursday Mar 13 Qualification
Friday Mar 14 Individual, Day 1
Saturday Mar 15 Individual, Day 2
Sunday Mar 16 Team event

Results[edit]

Qualifying[edit]

Rank Bib Name Distance (meters) Points Note
1st Training 2nd Training Qualifying
1 6 Norway Anders Bardal 142.4 184.0 195.5 186.2 Q
2 5 Russia Dimitry Vassiliev 186.5 186.0 193.5 186.2 Q
3 13 Czech Republic Roman Koudelka 176.0 184.0 186.0 179.0 Q
4 47 Poland Maciej Kot 142.4 183.0 184.0 176.7 Q
5 48 Austria Michael Hayböck 176.5 182.0 185.5 171.5 Q
5 18 Japan Reruhi Shimizu 166.0 185.5 180.0 171.5 Q
7 35 Austria Stefan Kraft 175.5 188.5 179.5 166.5 Q
8 38 Czech Republic Jakub Janda 154.5 177.0 179.0 166.1 Q
9 19 Norway Bjørn Einar Romøren 166.5 195.0 176.0 165.9 Q
10 49 Germany Andreas Wellinger 186.5 182.0 181.5 164.5 Q
11 41 Slovenia Jernej Damjan 165.5 187.0 177.0 163.0 Q
12 44 Norway Rune Velta 188.0 182.5 178.5 161.7 Q
13 26 Austria Thomas Diethart 187.5 192.5 176.5 161.6 Q
14 27 Finland Lauri Asikainen 180.0 159.0 178.5 161.0 Q
14 17 Finland Anssi Koivuranta 153.0 170.0 174.0 161.0 Q
16 30 Slovenia Tomaž Naglič 174.0 184.5 174.0 157.4 Q
17 10 France Vincent Descombes Sevoie 176.0 177.0 173.0 156.6 Q
18 36 Germany Michael Neumayer 185.5 187.5 173.0 154.1 Q
19 39 Poland Jan Ziobro 177.0 189.0 169.5 151.8 Q
20 33 Switzerland Gregor Deschwanden 167.0 174.0 169.0 149.9 Q
21 46 Canada Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes 182.0 179.0 166.5 145.8 Q
22 14 Germany Markus Eisenbichler 170.0 192.0 161.0 144.3 Q
23 31 Poland Klemens Murańka 163.5 187.0 165.0 142.9 Q
24 15 Russia Denis Kornilov 152.0 180.0 159.0 141.7 Q
25 28 Italy Davide Bresadola 129.0 147.0 161.0 140.3 Q
26 34 Japan Yuta Watase 117.0 160.0 161.0 140.2 Q
26 7 Japan Shōhei Tochimoto 148.5 182.5 160.5 140.2 Q
28 24 Estonia Kaarel Nurmsalu 131.5 167.5 155.5 139.4 Q
29 42 Czech Republic Antonin Hajek 169.0 181.5 152.5 129.5 Q
30 9 Italy Sebastian Colloredo 170.0 168.0 152.0 129.3 Q
not qualified
31 20 Finland Ville Larinto 118.5 149.0 140.5 119.0 Q
32 11 Finland Sebastian Klinga 156.5 137.0 144.0 117.4 Q
33 3 United States Anders Johnson 154.0 133.5 134.5 109.8 Q
34 21 Italy Daniele Varesco 104.0 132.5 129.0 103.0 Q
35 16 Kazakhstan Radik Zhaparov 114.5 136.5 118.5 86.3 Q
36 2 Italy Andrea Morassi 146.5 135.5 118.0 85.2 Q
37 23 Slovakia Tomáš Zmoray 101.5 125.5 113.5 83.2 Q
38 22 United States Nicholas Fairall 109.5 135.5 106.5 73.2 Q
39 22 Kazakhstan Marat Zhaparov 102.0 101.0 106.0 66.2 Q
prequalified
* 50 Norway Anders Fannemel 183.5 178.0 181.5 q
* 51 Slovenia Robert Kranjec 179.0 161.5 184.0 q
* 52 Czech Republic Jan Matura 183.5 187.0 185.0 q
* 53 Poland Kamil Stoch 187.0 200.5 200.0 q
* 54 Slovenia Jurij Tepeš 181.0 188.0 185.5 q
* 55 Germany Severin Freund 188.5 191.0 204.0 q
* 56 Switzerland Simon Ammann 189.0 198.5 196.0 q
* 57 Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer 179.5 190.5 190.0 q
* 58 Japan Noriaki Kasai DNS DNS DNS q
* 59 Slovenia Peter Prevc 191.0 212.5 214.0 q

Individual[edit]

Men's Ski Flying individual
at the FIS Ski Flying World Championships 2014
Ski jumping pictogram.svg
VenueČerťák-Adidas Arena
Date13–14 March 2014
Competitors40 from 14 nations
Winning score391.0
Medalists
gold medal    Germany
silver medal    Norway
bronze medal    Slovenia
← 2012
2016 →
Rank Bib Name Distance (meters) Total Points
Day Two (Mar 14)
1st Round 2nd Round
1st, gold medalist(s) 36 Germany Severin Freund 203.5 191.5 391.0
2nd, silver medalist(s) 2 Norway Anders Bardal 203.5 188.0 379.9
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 40 Slovenia Peter Prevc 200.0 183.0 375.6
4 39 Japan Noriaki Kasai 187.5 193.0 374.6
5 34 Poland Kamil Stoch 186.0 190.0 363.8
6 6 Czech Republic Roman Koudelka 185.5 197.0 362.6
7 31 Norway Anders Fannemel 182.0 187.0 352.5
8 1 Russia Dimitry Vassiliev 197.0 175.0 350.2
9 13 Austria Thomas Diethart 183.0 184.0 349.0
10 28 Poland Maciej Kot 184.5 183.5 347.8
11 20 Austria Stefan Kraft 184.0 182.5 343.6
12 10 Japan Reruhi Shimizu 185.5 181.5 343.4
13 30 Germany Andreas Wellinger 179.0 178.0 337.1
14 33 Czech Republic Jan Matura 179.0 175.5 333.2
15 35 Slovenia Jurij Tepeš 172.5 174.0 331.4
16 37 Switzerland Simon Ammann 172.5 179.5 331.2
17 14 Finland Lauri Asikainen 170.5 179.0 329.0
18 11 Norway Bjørn Einar Romøren 179.5 171.5 327.7
19 5 France Vincent Descombes Sevoie 175.0 173.0 323.4
20 29 Austria Michael Hayböck 178.0 171.5 322.5
21 25 Czech Republic Antonin Hajek 174.5 167.0 321.3
21 22 Czech Republic Jakub Janda 179.5 167.0 321.3
23 18 Switzerland Gregor Deschwanden 170.0 173.0 319.3
24 38 Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer 169.5 175.5 318.2
25 17 Poland Klemens Murańka 174.5 166.5 316.9
26 26 Norway Rune Velta 174.0 168.0 315.4
27 23 Poland Jan Ziobro 175.5 166.5 312.4
28 9 Finland Anssi Koivuranta 170.5 167.5 308.2
29 32 Slovenia Robert Kranjec 176.5 161.0 304.7
30 27 Canada Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes 175.5 149.0 298.5
not qualified for final round
31 16 Slovenia Tomaž Naglič 168.0
32 3 Japan Shōhei Tochimoto 167.5
33 24 Slovenia Jernej Damjan 165.0
34 21 Germany Michael Neumayer 163.5
35 8 Russia Denis Kornilov 162.5
36 19 Japan Yuta Watase 158.0
37 12 Estonia Kaarel Nurmsalu 161.0
38 7 Germany Markus Eisenbichler 160.5
39 4 Italy Sebastian Colloredo 145.5
40 15 Italy Davide Bresadola 139.5

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