Kamil Stoch

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Kamil Stoch
FIS Sommer Grand Prix 2014 - 20140809 - Kamil Stoch 2.jpg
Country Poland Poland
Full name Kamil Wiktor Stoch
Born (1987-05-25) 25 May 1987 (age 29)
Zakopane, Poland
Height 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Ski club KS Eve-nement Zakopane
Personal best 238 m (781 ft) National record
Planica, 21 Mar 2015
World Cup career
Seasons 2004–present
Individual wins 15
Team wins 0
Indiv. podiums 32
Team podiums 7
Yellow bibs 17
Indiv. starts 239
Overall titles 1 (2014)
Updated on 20 March 2016.

Kamil Wiktor Stoch (Polish pronunciation: [ˈkamil stɔx]; born 25 May 1987) is a Polish ski jumper, a member of the national team, 2013 World Champion (large hill) and double 2014 Olympic Champion, a participant of the Winter Olympic Games (2006, 2010), a bronze medalist in team at World Championships (2013, 2015).

He was World Cup holder, having won in 2013–14. On 21 March 2015 set a new Polish record of ski flying with a jump of 238 metres at Letalnica, Planica during the trial round.

Personal life[edit]

Kamil Stoch was born in Zakopane, Poland, to Krystyna and Bronisław Stoch and raised in Ząb near Zakopane. He has two older sisters – Anna (born 1983) and Natalia (born 1985). In 2006 he graduated from the School of Sports Championships in Zakopane. He is also a graduate of the University School of Physical Education in Krakow, and in October 2012 was granted a masters in physical education. On 7 August 2010 he married Ewa Bilan.

Kamil Stoch at Olympic Games 2010.
Training jump in Oslo, Norway (2011).
With Adam Małysz during medal cereomy of World Championship 2011.
After winning competition of FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Zakopane 2012.
During medal ceremony with gold medal of World Championships 2013.
Medal ceremony - Stoch with gold medal of World Championships 2013.
Kamil Stoch during normal hill competition at World Championships 2013 in Predazzo, Italy.
Stoch after winning World Champion 2013 title with teammates – Piotr Żyła and Dawid Kubacki
Receiving bronze medal of World Championships 2013 in team competition (with Maciej Kot, Dawid Kubacki, Piotr Żyła.

Career[edit]

He was 3 years old ,when he started skiing first time. A year later he started ski jumping. When he was six years old, he received his first ski jumping skis from his uncle. He joined to the club ŁKS Ząb as an eight-year-old boy, where his first coach was Mirosław Małuda. Initially he trained in the sport of nordic combined.

At the 2006 Ski-flying World Championships in Kulm, Stoch finished 9th in the team event and 35th in the individual event. He competed at his first Olympics in 2006, in Turin, Italy. Having qualified for the finals in the normal hill and large Hill, he finished 16th and 26th respectively. He also qualified for the team competition (large hill) where Poland placed 5th.

Stoch won the Polish Championship in 2007. At the 2007 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Sapporo, Stoch finished 5th in the team large hill and 11th in the individual normal hill. He also won a World Cup Summer Grand Prix competition in Oberhof 2007.

In 2008, Stoch was 6th in the individual world cup in Val di Fiemme. In 2009, he was 4th in individual World Championship in Liberec on the normal hill.

2009/2010[edit]

At the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, the Polish ski jumping team was led by Adam Małysz (who would win the silver medal in both individual events). Stoch again qualified for the finals in all three events, finishing 27th in the Normal hill, 14th in the Large hill, while the Polish team placed sixth in the team competition. Stoch won a 2010 Summer World Cup competition in Wisła and 2011 World Cup events in Zakopane (rescheduled from Harrachov), Klingenthal, and Planica.

2010/2011[edit]

On 23 January 2011 on Wielka Krokiew in Zakopane, Poland – the first time in his career he won the World Cup competition. It was the first time on the podium in this series. He was fourth Polish ski jumper after Stanisław Bobak, Piotr Fijas and Adam Małysz, who won World Cup competition.

A week later in the team competition which held annually in Willingen with jumps devoted to distance 139 m, 130 m contributed to gain third place by Polish team. On 2 February 2011 he won second World Cup competition in Klingenthal, Germany. On 22 February 2011 he won the third title of Polish Champion in Szczyrk, Poland, where he jumped twice 101,5 m. During World Cup in Lahti, Finland he gain again third place with team. The season 2010/2011 ended in Planica, Slovenia, where third time in history polish ski jumping – two ski jumpers were on podium together. On 20 March 2011 Stoch won third in his career World Cup competition, Adam Małysz was third. A day earlier, during a trial run before the competition team, Stoch set his new personal record and he landed at 226 m. Polish national team was ranked third place in the Nations Cup. Kamil Stoch ended season on the 10th place in the general individual classification.

2011/2012[edit]

On 26 December 2011 in Wisła Malinka, Poland were held Polish Championship. In the first series Stoch jumped 123,5 m in the second he gave a jump of 136 meters, which set a new record object, and won the gold medal.

On 20 January 2012 was held the first of two World Cup competitions in Zakopane. After the jump on distance of 125.5 m in the first series held the second position. In the other hand, he jumped 135 m, which was the longest distance in the competition. Second series gave Stoch fourth career victory, the second in Zakopane.

In the first competition in Predazzo, after the landings at 123,5 mi 126 m, peaked at 7th place, with a loss of 4.2 points to the podium. In both series jumped in adverse wind conditions. The next day of the competition on Trampolino dal Ben jumped a distance of 125,5 mi 131.5 m, which gave him the victory before Gregor Schlierenzauer and Anders Bardal. This allowed him to also stay ahead in the overall standings Thomas Morgenstern and move up to fourth place.

Season 2011/2012 graduated on the best in his career – fifth place in the overall World Cup with the acquis 1078 points, and a loss of 247 points to the winner of the Crystal Ball – Anders Bardal. In this season Stoch was on the podium seven times – twice victorious, was second twice and third three times. In the classification of flights was sixth, which was also his best result. He lost 162 points to best aviator season – Robert Kranjec, he stood on the podium one contest flight – was third in Tauplitz.

2012/2013[edit]

On 25 January 2013 he became the joint holder of the Polish ski flying distance record (tying the mark held by Piotr Żyła) with a jump of 232.5 metres.

In the first competition in Val di Fiemme during 2013 Ski Jumping World Championships Stoch earned the highest score in the trial before the contest, jumping to 103 m in the first round competition jumped a distance of 102 m and was ranked in second place, losing 2.8 points to the leader – Anders Bardal. In the second series has reached 97 m, with a weak landing and fell to eighth place. Stoch in post-competition interviews stated that he is very unhappy with the obtained result – despite the relaxation made a mistake during the jump.

On 28 February 2013 achieved title of World Champion 2013. In the first series of the competition he showed the longest jump on 131.5 m and earned high marks for style, including the "20" from the Swiss judge. He was the leader after the first round. In the final series, like most of the top competitors he competed with reduced at the request of the coach – the nineteenth beam. Stoch jumped 130 m, again without providing any judicial note below "19" and won the gold medal with 6.1 points more than Peter Prevc, but about 6.7 from the third Anders Jacobsen. Immediately after the competition Stoch and Prevc were threatened with disqualification for image suits. This provision was to be introduced the day before, ultimately anonymous protest was rejected by the judges. Gold medal Stoch picked up a day later in Cavalese. He won the title of World Champion in Val di Fiemme – exactly ten years after winning the first title of World Champion by Adam Małysz.[1] On 2 March 2013 Stoch took part in the team competition on the large hill, which was submitted to the fourth group of players. Before his first attempt Poland was classified in fifth place. Makes a stroke on the 134-meter and after the first round of Poland took fourth place, losing five points to third Germans. The second started at the request of head coach Łukasz Kruczek, with a reduction of two positions beams and reached 130 meters. Polish team, including Stoch, won there a bronze medal in team competition in squad: Kamil Stoch, Dawid Kubacki, Piotr Żyła and Maciej Kot.[2] The primary outcome of the competition his team took fourth place, but after re-counting the scores because of Thomas Morgenstern, who noticed a mistake in points and at the request of the Germans, they finished in third place (Norway was in front of the Polish, but Bardal's jump was badly counted).[3]

In the overall World Cup in season 2012/2013 Polish representative came in third. He scored 953 points, but lost 667 points to the winner of the Crystal Ball – Gregor Schlierenzauer and 46 points to the second Anders Bardal. His advantage over fourth Severin Freund totaled 30 points. He won two World Cup competitions, five times was on podium.

2013/2014[edit]

At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Stoch entered as a medal favorite. On 9 February 2014 after qualifying easily in the first competition on the normal hill, he then landed the longest jumps in both rounds of the finals to win the title of Olympic Champion 2014.[4] He won by 12.7 points, the fourth- largest margin of victory in a men's normal hill at the Winter Olympic Games. It was Poland's first Olympic ski jumping gold medal since Wojciech Fortuna won the large hill at the 1972 Olympics. While competing he wore a helmet painted in military green, in tribute to the Polish Air Force (with a red & white Polish Air Force checkerboard insignia on the left side of his helmet.). On 15 February 2014 – Kamil Stoch won his second gold medal, this time on the large hill, becoming third man in history to win both hills individual events in single Olympics after Matti Nykänen in Calgary 1988 and Simon Ammann in Salt Lake City 2002, Vancouver 2010.[5] He jumped 139 m and 132.5 m. His advantage over second Japanese Noriaki Kasai was 1.3 points and 3.9 points over third Slovene Peter Prevc.[6]

In March 2014 he won overall FIS World Cup classification.[7] Season 2013/2014 ended with six victories.

2014/2015[edit]

Kamil Stoch sustained an ankle injury before the FIS World Cup opening in Klingenthal, that prevented him from participating in the first competitions of the season.[8] He came back to trainings before the Four Hills Tournament.[9] He took 10th place at Four Hills Tournament. On 18 January 2015 won FIS World Cup in Zakopane at Wielka Krokiew.[10] It was his first victory after serious injury. On 30 January 3015 won 15th World Cup in career, this time in Willingen.[11] In February 2015 took part in the World Championships. He was 17th in normal hill and 12th in large hill competition. On 28 February 2015 (exactly two years after winning World Champion title by Stoch) Polish team in squad: Stoch, Piotr Żyła, Klemens Murańka and Jan Ziobro achieved bronze medal of World Championships 2015 in team.[12] For Stoch is the second bronze of World Championships in team.

On 21 March 2015 set a new Polish record of ski flying with a jump of 238 metres at Letalnica, Planica during the trial round.[13] He took 9th place in FIS World Cup general classification. Season 2014/2015 ended with two victories, two second place, one third place.

Olympic Games[edit]

After his jump on normal hill - Sochi 2014.

Kamil Stoch started at Olympic Games three times – in Turin 2006, Vancouver 2010 and Sochi 2014. The first one he was 16th on normall hill K95 and 26th place on large hill K125. In team competition he was with Polish team on 5th place. In Vancouver, Canada he was 27th on normall hill (weaker than in Turin) and 14th on large hill. In the team competition, which he also jumped, Poland was ranked 6th. In Sochi, Russia in the individual competition on the normal hill he won the title of Olympic Champion. At the same Olympics, Kamil Stoch also won the Olympic title in the individual competition on the large hill K125. He is the third man in history to win both hills individual events in single Olympics after Matti Nykänen in Calgary 1988 and Simon Ammann in Salt Lake City 2002, Vancouver 2010.

Individual[edit]

2006 Italy Turin/Pragelato 16th place (K-95), 26th place (K-125)
2010 Canada Vancouver/Whistler 27th place (K-95), 14th place (K-125)
2014 Russia Sochi/Krasnaya Polyana gold medal (K-95), gold medal (K-125)

Team[edit]

2006 Italy Turin/Pragelato 5th place
2010 Canada Vancouver/Whistler 6th place
2014 Russia Sochi/Krasnaya Polyana 4th place

Kamil Stoch's starts at Olympic Games[edit]

Place Day Year Locality Hill Point K HS Competition Jump 1 Jump 2 Note (points) Loss (points) Winner
16. 12 February 2006 Pragelato Trampolino a Monte K-95 HS-106 individual 100.0 m 98.5 m 247.0 19.5 Lars Bystøl
26. 18 February 2006 Pragelato Trampolino a Monte K-125 HS-140 individual 116.5 m 121.0 m 200.0 76.9 Thomas Morgenstern
5. 20 February 2006 Pragelato Trampolino a Monte K-125 HS-140 team 122.0 m 124.5 m 894.4 (220.7) 89.6 Austria
27. 13 February 2010 Whistler Whistler Olympic Park K-95 HS-106 individual 98.5 m 95.5 m 232.0 44.5 Simon Ammann
14. 20 February 2010 Whistler Whistler Olympic Park K-125 HS-140 individual 126.0 m 123.5 m 224.1 59.5 Simon Ammann
6. 22 February 2010 Whistler Whistler Olympic Park K-125 HS-140 team 126.5 m 134.5 m 996.7 (248.8) 111.2 Austria
1. Gold medal.svg 9 February 2014 Krasnaya Polyana RusSki Gorki K-95 HS-106 individual 105.5 m 103.5 m 278.0
1. Gold medal.svg 15 February 2014 Krasnaya Polyana RusSki Gorki K-125 HS-140 individual 139.0 m 132.5 m 278.7
4. 17 February 2014 Krasnaya Polyana RusSki Gorki K-125 HS-140 team 130.5 m 135.0 m 1011.8 (269.0) 29.3 Germany

World championships[edit]

Kamil Stoch took part in FIS Nordic World Ski Championships five times. He debuted in Oberstdorf, where he finished at 37th place on the large hill. Later he appeared in Sapporo, Liberec and Oslo. In 2013 he became a World Champion in Val di Fiemme.

Individual[edit]

2005 Germany Oberstdorf did not qualify (K-90), 37th place (K-120)
2007 Japan Sapporo 13th place (K-120), 11th place (K-90)
2009 Czech Republic Liberec 4th place (K-90), 24th place (K-120)
2011 Norway Oslo 6th place (K-95), 19th place (K-120)
2013 Italy Val di Fiemme/Predazzo 8th place (K-95), gold medal (K-120)
2015 Sweden Falun 17th place (K-90), 12th place (K-120)

Team[edit]

2005 Germany Oberstdorf 6th place (K-95), 9th place (K-120)
2007 Japan Sapporo 5th place (K-120)
2009 Czech Republic Liberec 4th place (K-120)
2011 Norway Oslo 4th place (K-95), 5th place (K-120)
2013 Italy Val di Fiemme/Predazzo bronze medal (K-120)
2015 Sweden Falun bronze medal (K-120)

Kamil Stoch's starts at FIS Nordic World Ski Championships[edit]

Place Day Year Locality Hill Point K HS Competition Jump 1 Jump 2 Note (points) Loss (points) Winner
18 February 2005 Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze K-90 HS-100 individual Did not qualify Rok Benkovič
6. 20 February 2005 Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze K-90 HS-100 team 86.5 m 82.0 m 859.0 (202.0) 111.5 Austria
37. 25 February 2005 Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze K-120 HS-137 individual 117.5 m 108.5 204.7 Janne Ahonen
9. 26 February 2005 Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze K-120 HS-137 team 117.0 m 449.7 (108.1) 687.6 Austria
13. 24 February 2007 Sapporo Ōkurayama K-120 HS-134 individual 117.5 m 121.0 m 221.3 44.8 Simon Ammann
5. 25 February 2007 Sapporo Ōkurayama K-120 HS-134 team 129.0 m 120.0 m 857.2 (241.7) 143.0 Austria
11. 3 March 2007 Sapporo Miyanomori K-90 HS-98 individual 92.5 m 93.0 m 238.5 38.5 Adam Małysz
4. 21 February 2009 Liberec Ještěd K-90 HS-100 individual 99.5 m 100.5 m 270.0 12.0 Wolfgang Loitzl
24. 27 February 2009 Liberec Ještěd K-120 HS-134 individual 119.5 m 113.6 pkt 27.7 pkt Andreas Küttel
4. 28 February 2009 Liberec Ještěd K-120 HS-134 team 122.0 m 126.0 m 972.1 (246.2) 62.2 Austria
6. 26 February 2011 Oslo Midtstubakken K-95 HS-106 individual 94.0 m 101.0 m 240.5 28.7 Thomas Morgenstern
4. 27 February 2011 Oslo Midtstubakken K-95 HS-106 team 101.0 m 102.5 m 953.0 (247.3) 72.5 Austria
19. 3 March 2011 Oslo Holmenkollbakken K-120 HS-134 individual 131.0 m 124.5 m 235.7 41.8 Gregor Schlierenzauer
5. 5 March 2011 Oslo Holmenkollbakken K-120 HS-134 team 113.5 m 435.6 (100.6) 64.4 Austria
8. 23 February 2013 Predazzo Trampolino Dal Ben K-95 HS-106 individual 102.0 m 97.0 m 237.4 15.2 Anders Bardal
1. Gold medal with cup.svg 28 February 2013 Predazzo Trampolino Dal Ben K-120 HS-134 individual 131.5 m 130.0 m 295.8
3. Bronze medal with cup.svg 2 March 2013 Predazzo Trampolino Dal Ben K-120 HS-134 team 134.0 m 130.0 m 1121.0 (301.9 ) 14.9 Austria
17. 21 February 2015 Falun Lugnet K-90 HS-100 individual 90.0 m 89.5 m 220.2 32.5 Rune Velta
12. 26 February 2015 Falun Lugnet K-120 HS-134 individual 125.0 m 124.5 m 225.0 43.7 Severin Freund
3. Bronze medal with cup.svg 28 February 2015 Falun Lugnet K-120 HS-134 team 129.5 126.0 848.1 (227.0) 44.5 Norway

World Cup[edit]

Season standings[edit]

Season Overall Ski-Flying Four Hills
Tournament
2004–05 53
2005–06 45 34
2006–07 30 22 15
2007–08 30 25 21
2008–09 30 22 36
2009–10 24 30
2010–11 10 9 15
2011–12 5 6 8
2012–13 3 9 4
2013–14 1 7 7
2014–15 9 16 10
2015–16 22 19 23

Individual starts[edit]

Season 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Points
2003/04 Kuusamo Kuusamo Trondheim Neustadt Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Innsbruck Bischofshofen Liberec Liberec Zakopane Zakopane Hakuba Sapporo Sapporo Oberstdorf Willingen Park City Lahti Kuopio Lillehammer Oslo 0
49
2004/05 Kuusamo Kuusamo Trondheim Trondheim Harrachov Harrachov Engelberg Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Innsbruck Bischofshofen Willingen Tauplitz Tauplitz Neustadt Neustadt Zakopane Zakopane Sapporo Sapporo Pragelato Lahti Kuopio Lillehammer Oslo Planica Planica 36
44 q 7 q q 40 34
2005/06 Kuusamo Kuusamo Lillehammer Lillehammer Harrachov Harrachov Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Innsbruck Bischofshofen Sapporo Sapporo Zakopane Zakopane Willingen Lahti Kuopio Lillehammer Oslo Planica Planica 41
26 43 35 33 25 41 49 29 41 33 15 19 40 34 34 44 q
2006/07 Kuusamo Lillehammer Lillehammer Engelberg Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Innsbruck Bischofshofen Vikersund Zakopane Oberstdorf Oberstdorf Titisee-Neustadt Titisee-Neustadt Klingenthal Willingen Lahti Kuopio Oslo Oslo Planica Planica Planica 168
46 40 26 q q 29 21 15 9 25 36 50 41 17 34 24 12 17 45 19 24 36 11
2007/08 Kuusamo Trondheim Trondheim Villach Villach Engelberg Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Bischofshofen Bischofshofen Predazzo Predazzo Harrachov Zakopane Zakopane Sapporo Sapporo Liberec Liberec Willingen Kuopio Kuopio Lillehammer Oslo Planica Planica 157
q 34 35 34 34 41 18 22 23 25 35 6 19 12 21 25 44 20 q 24 q 23 32 35 30 29 29
2008/09 Kuusamo Trondheim Trondheim Pragelato Pragelato Engelberg Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Innsbruck Bischofshofen Tauplitz Tauplitz Zakopane Zakopane Whistler Whistler Sapporo Willingen Klingenthal Oberstdorf Lahti Kuopio Lillehammer Vikersund Planica Planica 146
48 46 47 q q 47 27 28 11 14 19 24 13 35 41 q 45 42 q 10 8
2009/10 Kuusamo Lillehammer Lillehammer Engelberg Engelberg Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Innsbruck Bischofshofen Bad Mitterndorf Bad Mitterndorf Sapporo Sapporo Zakopane Zakopane Oberstdorf Klingenthal Willingen Lahti Kuopio Lillehammer Oslo 203
24 20 7 10 17 11 q 23 19 44 q q 27 28 18 21 10 22
2010/11 Kuusamo Kuopio Lillehammer Lillehammer Engelberg Engelberg Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Innsbruck Bischofshofen Harrachov Harrachov Sapporo Sapporo Zakopane Zakopane Zakopane Willingen Klingenthal Oberstdorf Vikersund Vikersund Lahti Planica Planica 739
34 20 22 16 9 12 9 25 8 21 15 16 14 17 7 1 6 1 11 11 11 9 7 1
2011/12 Kuusamo Lillehammer Lillehammer Harrachov Harrachov Engelberg Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Innsbruck Bischofshofen Bad Mitterndorf Bad Mitterndorf Zakopane Zakopane Sapporo Sapporo Predazzo Predazzo Willingen Oberstdorf Lahti Trondheim Oslo Planica Planica 1078
4 3 48 15 13 12 2 23 4 9 9 6 3 1 7 3 2 7 1 5 6 39 6 11 9 11
2012/13 Lillehammer Lillehammer Kuusamo Krasnaja Polana Krasnaja Polana Engelberg Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Innsbruck Bischofshofen Wisła Zakopane Sapporo Sapporo Vikersund Vikersund Harrachov Harrachov Klingenthal Oberstdorf Lahti Kuopio Trondheim Oslo Planica Planica 953
30 36 q 2 14 13 6 2 4 7 3 9 5 5 7 9 8 30 5 1 1 4 11 8
2013/14 Klingenthal Kuusamo Lillehammer Lillehammer Titisee-Neustadt Titisee-Neustadt Engelberg Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Innsbruck Bischofshofen Tauplitz Tauplitz Wisła Zakopane Sapporo Sapporo Willingen Willingen Falun Lahti Lahti Kuopio Trondheim Oslo Planica Planica 1420
37 10 20 18 2 1 2 1 13 7 3 8 6 9 2 17 1 1 4 3 1 1 9 3 4 4
2014/15 Klingenthal Kuusamo Kuusamo Lillehammer Lillehammer Nizhny Tagil Nizhny Tagil Engelberg Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Innsbruck Bischofshofen Tauplitz Wisła Zakopane Sapporo Sapporo Willingen Willingen Titisee-Neustadt Titisee-Neustadt Vikersund Vikersund Lahti Kuopio Trondheim Oslo Oslo Planica Planica 820
4 15 7 15 15 1 7 2 1 7 4 2 45 12 5 3 8 5
2015/16 Klingenthal Lillehammer Lillehammer Nizhny Tagil Nizhny Tagil Engelberg Engelberg Oberstdorf Garmisch-Partenkirchen Innsbruck Bischofshofen Willingen Zakopane Sapporo Sapporo Trondheim Vikersund Vikersund Vikersund Lahti Lahti Kuopio Almaty Almaty Wisła Titisee-Neustadt Planica Planica Planica 295
13 15 47 q 6 20 26 23 19 16 33 8 18 41 28 14 q 23 23 q 27 10 13 15 21 21

Victories[edit]

Day Year Location Hill Point K HS Jump 1 Jump 2 Note (points)
1. 23 January 2011 Zakopane Wielka Krokiew K-120 HS-134 123,0 m 128,0 m 254.0
2. 2 February 2011 Klingenthal Vogtlandarena K-125 HS-140 132,0 m 136,5 m 264.6
3. 20 March 2011 Planica Letalnica K-185 HS-215 215,5 m - 217.3
4. 20 January 2012 Zakopane Wielka Krokiew K-120 HS-134 125,5 m 135,0 m 257.9
5. 5 February 2012 Predazzo Trampolino dal Ben K-120 HS-134 125,5 m 131,5 m 258.5
6. 12 March 2013 Kuopio Puijo K-120 HS-127 135,0 m 129,0 m 268.1
7. 15 March 2013 Trondheim Granåsen K-124 HS-140 131,0 m 140,0 m 280.4
8. 15 December 2013 Titisee-Neustadt Hochfirstschanze K-125 HS-142 142,5 m 138,5 m 300.7
9. 22 December 2013 Engelberg Gross-Titlis-Schanze K-125 HS-137 132,0 m 130,0 m 274.7
10. 1 February 2014 Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze K-130 HS-145 139,5 m 145,5 m 263.2
11. 2 February 2014 Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze K-130 HS-145 147,0 m 145,0 m 271.4
12. 2 March 2014 Lahti Salpausselkä K-116 HS-130 131,0 m 134,5 m 281.0
13. 4 March 2014 Kuopio Puijo K-120 HS-127 126,5 m 126,5 m 262.7
14. 18 January 2015 Zakopane Wielka Krokiew K-120 HS-134 134,0 m 133,0 m 276.2
15. 30 January 2015 Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze K-130 HS-145 147,0 m 142,5 m 276.6

Podiums[edit]

Day Year Location Hill Point K HS Jump 1 Jump 2 Note (points) Place Lost (points) Winner
1. 23 January 2011 Poland Zakopane Wielka Krokiew K-120 HS-134 123,0 m 128,0 m 254.0 1.
2. 2 February 2011 Germany Klingenthal Vogtlandarena K-125 HS-140 132,0 m 136,5 m 264.6 1.
3. 20 March 2011 Slovenia Planica Letalnica K-185 HS-215 215,5 m 217.3 1.
4. 3 December 2011 Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken K-90 HS-100 90,0 m 96,0 m 249.6 3. 39.7 Andreas Kofler
5. 18 December 2011 Engelberg Gross-Titlis-Schanze K-125 HS-137 129,0 m 137,0 m 260.8 2. 3.9 Andreas Kofler
6. 15 January 2012 Tauplitz Kulm K-185 HS-200 191,5 m 181,5 m 358.2 3. 6.7 Anders Bardal
7. 20 January 2012 Zakopane Wielka Krokiew K-120 HS-134 125,5 m 135,0 m 257.9 1.
8. 28 January 2012 Sapporo Ōkurayama K-120 HS-134 130,0 m 127,0 m 247.2 3. 5.4 Daiki Ito
9. 29 January 2012 Sapporo Ōkurayama K-120 HS-134 131,5 m 131,5 m 241.6 2. 2.1 Daiki Ito
10. 5 February 2012 Predazzo Trampolino Dal Ben K-120 HS-134 125,5 m 131,5 m 258.5 1.
11. 15 December 2012 Engelberg Gross-Titlis-Schanze K-125 HS-137 132,5 m 134,0 m 272.5 2. 0.1 Andreas Kofler
12. 4 January 2013 Innsbruck Bergisel K-120 HS-130 124,5 m 123,0 m 240.9 2. 12.8 Gregor Schlierenzauer
13. 12 January 2013 Zakopane Wielka Krokiew K-120 HS-134 133,0 m 127,0 m 268.7 3. 4.6 Anders Jacobsen
14. 12 March 2013 Kuopio Puijo K-120 HS-127 135,0 m 129,0 m 268.1 1.
15. 15 March 2013 Trondheim Granåsen K-124 HS-140 131,0 m 140,0 m 280.4 1.
16. 14 December 2013 Titisee-Neustadt Hochfirstschanze K-125 HS-142 137,0 m 141,5 m 280.8 2. 3.3 Thomas Morgenstern
17. 15 December 2013 Titisee-Neustadt Hochfirstschanze K-125 HS-142 142,5 m 138,5 m 300.7 1.
18. 21 December 2013 Engelberg Gross-Titlis-Schanze K-125 HS-137 129,0 m 137,5 m 269.2 2. 6.2 Jan Ziobro
19. 22 December 2013 Engelberg Gross-Titlis-Schanze K-125 HS-137 132,0 m 130,0 m 274.7 1.
20. 4 January 2014 Innsbruck Bergisel K-120 HS-130 126,5 m 126.2 3. 1.3 Anssi Koivuranta
21. 16 January 2014 Wisła Malinka K-120 HS-134 134,5 m 132,0 m 261.9 2. 0.9 Andreas Wellinger
22. 1 February 2014 Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze K-130 HS-145 139,5 m 145,5 m 263.2 1.
23. 2 February 2014 Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze K-130 HS-145 147,0 m 145,0 m 271.4 1.
24. 28 February 2014 Lahti Salpausselkä K-116 HS-130 127,0 m 124,5 m 259.8 3. 16.8 Severin Freund
25. 2 March 2014 Lahti Salpausselkä K-116 HS-130 131,0 m 134,5 m 281.0 1.
26. 4 March 2014 Kuopio Puijo K-120 HS-127 126,5 m 126,5 m 262.7 1.
27. 9 March 2014 Oslo Holmenkollbakken K-120 HS-134 132,0 m 127,0 m 245.4 3. 20.0 Severin Freund
28. 18 January 2015 Zakopane Wielka Krokiew K-120 HS-134 134,0 m 133,0 m 276.2 1.
29. 25 January 2015 Sapporo Ōkurayama K-120 HS-134 140,0 m 125,5 m 278.0 2. 4.9 Roman Koudelka
30. 30 January 2015 Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze K-130 HS-145 147,0 m 142,5 m 276.6 1.
31. 8 February 2015 Titisee-Neustadt Hochfirstschanze K-125 HS-142 130,0 m 137,5 m 274.8 2. 10.4 Anders Fannemel
32. 15 March 2015 Oslo Holmenkollbakken K-120 HS-134 124,0 m 134,0 m 251.5 3. 7.4 Severin Freund

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References[edit]

  1. ^ MŚ: Kamil Stoch mistrzem świata w skokach narciarskich! - eurosport.onet.pl - 28 February 2013
  2. ^ Brązowy medal drużyny skoczków na Mistrzostwach Świata w Val di Fiemme! - sportowysalon.pl - 2 March 2013
  3. ^ Thomas Morgenstern pomógł Kamilowi Stochowi i kolegom - przegladsportowy.pl - 2 March 2013
  4. ^ Mamy złoto! Kamil Stoch mistrzem olimpijskim! - sport.tvp.pl - 9 February 2014
  5. ^ KAMIL STOCH CROWNS HIMSELF TO DOUBLE OLYMPIC CHAMPION - fischersports.com - 15 February 2014
  6. ^ Absolutna dominacja! Drugie złoto Kamila Stocha! - sport.tvp.pl - 15 February 2014
  7. ^ Planica: Kryształowa Kula dla Kamila Stocha! - sport.wp.pl - 21 March 2014
  8. ^ Stoch and Wellinger sidelined due to injury - fis-ski.com - 3 December 2014
  9. ^ Olympic champion Stoch starts at the Four Hills Tournament - world.news-round.com
  10. ^ PŚ w Zakopanem: wygrana Kamila Stocha! - sport.wp.pl - 18 January 2015
  11. ^ Stoch wygrywa w Willingen! - narodowcy.net - 30 January 2015
  12. ^ Drużyna na medal! Polacy z brązem MŚ - sport.tvp.pl - 28 February 2015
  13. ^ Nowy rekord Polski Stocha! - sport.wp.pl - 21 March 2015
  14. ^ Odznaczenia dla medalistów olimpijskich i trenerów - prezydent.pl - 3 April 2014

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