|Country|| Yugoslavia (1989-91)
27 March 1970 |
Beograd, SR Slovenia,
|Personal best||205.5 m (674 ft)
Planica, 23 Mar 1997
|World Cup career|
|Updated on 7 January 2016.|
Goran Janus (born 27 March 1970) is a Yugoslavian and later Slovenian former ski jumper. Since 2011 he is the head coach of the Slovenian national ski jumping team. He is of Serbian descent through his Serbian father.
Nordic world championships (1991)
Ski flying world championships (1992)
National record (1997)
Five years since last world cup start he made the last jump of his career where he unexpectedly set the Slovenian national record on 23 March 1997 in Planica. For those days he landed at time a sensational 205.5 m (674 ft) as a V-jumper. After this the highlight of his ski jumping career jump he became widely recognized in Slovenia. He hold the national record for three years when it was broken by Primož Peterka again in Planica.
Individual starts (32)
- "Goran Janus became new coach of the Slovenian national ski jumping team". Dnevnik. Retrieved 19 May 2011.
- Kdo so razvpiti otroci srbskih korenin?
- "Goran Janus national set record at 205.5 meters in Planica 1997". RTV Slovenija. Retrieved 2 November 2010.