List of FIS Nordic World Ski Championships medalists in ski jumping

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This is a list of medalists from the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in ski jumping.

Men[edit]

Large hill individual[edit]

Debuted: 1925. Unofficial event: 1941.

Edition Place Date Hill Gold Silver Bronze
1925 Czechoslovakia Johannisbad 12 February K45 Czechoslovakia Willen Dick Norway Henry Ljungmann Czechoslovakia František Wende
1926 Finland Lahti 4 February K40 Norway Jacob Tullin Thams Norway Otto Aasen Norway Georg Østerholt
1927 Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo 2 February K50 Sweden Tore Edman Czechoslovakia Willen Dick Sweden Bertil Carlsson
1929 Poland Zakopane 5 February K60 Norway Sigmund Ruud Norway Kristian Johansson Norway Hans Kleppen
1930 Norway Oslo 27 February K50 Norway Gunnar Andersen Norway Reidar Andersen Norway Sigmund Ruud
1931 Germany Oberhof 13 February K55 Norway Birger Ruud Switzerland Fritz Kaufmann Sweden Sven Eriksson
1933 Austria Innsbruck 8 February K70 Switzerland Marcel Reymond Czechoslovakia Rudolf Burkert Sweden Sven Eriksson
1934 Sweden Sollefteå 20 February K60 Norway Kristian Johansson Norway Arne Hovde Sweden Sven Eriksson
1935 Czechoslovakia Vysoké Tatry 13 February K55 Norway Birger Ruud Norway Reidar Andersen Norway Alf Andersen
1937 France Chamonix 12 February K60 Norway Birger Ruud (3) Norway Reidar Andersen Norway Sigurd Sollid
1938 Finland Lahti 27 February K65 Norway Asbjørn Ruud Poland Stanisław Marusarz Norway Hilmar Myhra
1939 Poland Zakopane 11 February K75 Nazi Germany Sepp Bradl Norway Birger Ruud Norway Arnholdt Kongsgaard
1950 United States Lake Placid 1 February K80 Norway Hans Bjørnstad Sweden Thure Lindgren Norway Arnfinn Bergmann
1954 Sweden Falun 15 February K80 Finland Matti Pietikäinen Finland Veikko Heinonen Sweden Bror Östman
1958 Finland Lahti 1 March K70 Finland Juhani Kärkinen Finland Ensio Hyytiä East Germany Helmut Recknagel
1962 Poland Zakopane 25 February K90 East Germany Helmut Recknagel Soviet Union Nikolay Kamenskiy Finland Niilo Halonen
1966 Norway Oslo 17 February K85 Norway Bjørn Wirkola Japan Takashi Fujisawa Sweden Kjell Sjöberg
1970 Czechoslovakia Vysoké Tatry 21 February K100 Soviet Union Gariy Napalkov Czechoslovakia Jiří Raška Poland Stanisław Gąsienica
1974 Sweden Falun 23 February K100 East Germany Hans-Georg Aschenbach East Germany Heinz Wossipiwo Czechoslovakia Rudolf Höhnl
1978 Finland Lahti 25 February K110 Finland Tapio Räisänen Austria Alois Lipburger East Germany Falko Weißpflog
1982 Norway Oslo 28 February K105 Finland Matti Nykänen Norway Olav Hansson Austria Armin Kogler
1985 Austria Seefeld 20 January K109 Norway Per Bergerud Finland Jari Puikkonen Finland Matti Nykänen
1987 West Germany Oberstdorf 15 February K115 Austria Andreas Felder Norway Vegard Opaas Austria Ernst Vettori
1989 Finland Lahti 20 February K114 Finland Jari Puikkonen East Germany Jens Weißflog Finland Matti Nykänen
1991 Italy Val di Fiemme 10 February K115 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Franci Petek Norway Rune Olijnyk Germany Jens Weißflog
1993 Sweden Falun 21 February K115 Norway Espen Bredesen Czech Republic Jaroslav Sakala Austria Andreas Goldberger
1995 Canada Thunder Bay 18 March K120 Norway Tommy Ingebrigtsen Austria Andreas Goldberger Germany Jens Weißflog
1997 Norway Trondheim 1 March K120 Japan Masahiko Harada Germany Dieter Thoma Switzerland Sylvain Freiholz
1999 Austria Ramsau 21 February K120 Germany Martin Schmitt Germany Sven Hannawald Japan Hideharu Miyahira
2001 Finland Lahti 19 February K116 Germany Martin Schmitt Poland Adam Małysz Finland Janne Ahonen
2003 Italy Val di Fiemme 22 February K120 Poland Adam Małysz Finland Matti Hautamäki Japan Noriaki Kasai
2005 Germany Oberstdorf 25 February HS137 Finland Janne Ahonen Norway Roar Ljøkelsøy Czech Republic Jakub Janda
2007 Japan Sapporo 24 February HS134 Switzerland Simon Ammann Finland Harri Olli Norway Roar Ljøkelsøy
2009 Czech Republic Liberec 27 February HS134 Switzerland Andreas Küttel Germany Martin Schmitt Norway Anders Jacobsen
2011 Norway Oslo 3 March HS134 Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Austria Thomas Morgenstern Switzerland Simon Ammann
2013 Italy Val di Fiemme 27 February HS134 Poland Kamil Stoch Slovenia Peter Prevc Norway Anders Jacobsen
2015 Sweden Falun 26 February HS134 Germany Severin Freund Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Norway Rune Velta
2017 Finland Lahti 2 March HS130 Austria Stefan Kraft Germany Andreas Wellinger Poland Piotr Żyła

The individual large hill is one of only three events that has been contested at every FIS Nordic World Ski Championships.

  • Medals:
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Norway 13 12 12 37
2  Finland 6 5 4 15
3  Germany (1925-39, 1991-present) 4 4 2 10
4  Austria 3 4 3 10
5   Switzerland 3 1 2 6
6  East Germany (1954-89) 2 2 2 6
 Poland 2 2 2 6
8  Czechoslovakia (1925–91) 1 3 2 6
9  Sweden 1 1 6 8
10  Japan 1 1 2 4
11  Soviet Union (1954–91) 1 1 0 2
12  Yugoslavia (1931–91) 1 0 0 1
13  Czech Republic (1993–present) 0 1 1 2
14  Slovenia (1993–present) 0 1 0 1
Total 38 38 38 114

Normal hill individual[edit]

Debuted: 1962.

Edition Place Date Hill Gold Silver Bronze
1962 Poland Zakopane 21 February K65 Norway Toralf Engan Poland Antoni Łaciak East Germany Helmut Recknagel
1966 Norway Oslo 23 February K75 Norway Bjørn Wirkola East Germany Dieter Neuendorf Finland Paavo Lukkariniemi
1970 Czechoslovakia Vysoké Tatry 14 February K80 Soviet Union Gariy Napalkov Japan Yukio Kasaya Norway Lars Grini
1974 Sweden Falun 16 February K85 East Germany Hans-Georg Aschenbach East Germany Dietrich Kampf Soviet Union Aleksey Borovitin
1978 Finland Lahti 18 February K85 East Germany Matthias Buse East Germany Henry Glaß Soviet Union Aleksey Borovitin
1982 Norway Oslo 21 February K85 Austria Armin Kogler Finland Jari Puikkonen Norway Ole Bremseth
1985 Austria Seefeld 26 January K90 East Germany Jens Weißflog Austria Andreas Felder Norway Per Bergerud
1987 West Germany Oberstdorf 20 February K90 Czechoslovakia Jiří Parma Finland Matti Nykänen Norway Vegard Opaas
1989 Finland Lahti 26 February K90 East Germany Jens Weißflog Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola Austria Heinz Kuttin
1991 Italy Val di Fiemme 16 February K90 Austria Heinz Kuttin Norway Kent Johanssen Finland Ari-Pekka Nikkola
1993 Sweden Falun 27 February K90 Japan Masahiko Harada Austria Andreas Goldberger Czech Republic Jaroslav Sakala
1995 Canada Thunder Bay 12 March K90 Japan Takanobu Okabe Japan Hiroya Saitō Finland Mika Laitinen
1997 Norway Trondheim 22 February K90 Finland Janne Ahonen Japan Masahiko Harada Austria Andreas Goldberger
1999 Austria Ramsau 26 February K90 Japan Kazuyoshi Funaki Japan Hideharu Miyahira Japan Masahiko Harada
2001 Finland Lahti 23 February K90 Poland Adam Małysz Germany Martin Schmitt Austria Martin Höllwarth
2003 Italy Val di Fiemme 28 February K95 Poland Adam Małysz Norway Tommy Ingebrigtsen Japan Noriaki Kasai
2005 Germany Oberstdorf 19 February HS100 Slovenia Rok Benkovič Czech Republic Jakub Janda Finland Janne Ahonen
2007 Japan Sapporo 3 March HS100 Poland Adam Małysz (3) Switzerland Simon Ammann Austria Thomas Morgenstern
2009 Czech Republic Liberec 21 February HS100 Austria Wolfgang Loitzl Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Switzerland Simon Ammann
2011 Norway Oslo 26 February HS106 Austria Thomas Morgenstern Austria Andreas Kofler Poland Adam Malysz
2013 Italy Val di Fiemme 23 February HS106 Norway Anders Bardal Austria Gregor Schlierenzauer Slovenia Peter Prevc
2015 Sweden Falun 21 February HS100 Norway Rune Velta Germany Severin Freund Austria Stefan Kraft
2017 Finland Lahti 25 February HS100 Austria Stefan Kraft Germany Andreas Wellinger Germany Markus Eisenbichler
  • Medals:
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Austria 5 5 5 15
2  East Germany (1962-89) 4 3 1 8
3  Norway 4 2 4 10
4  Japan 3 4 2 9
5  Poland 3 1 1 5
6  Finland 1 3 4 8
7  Soviet Union (1962–91) 1 0 2 3
8  Slovenia (1993–present) 1 0 1 2
9  Czechoslovakia (1962–91) 1 0 0 1
10  Germany (1991-present) 0 3 1 4
11  Czech Republic (1993–present) 0 1 1 2
  Switzerland 0 1 1 2
Total 23 23 23 69

Team large hill[edit]

Unofficial first ever demonstration team event: 1978. Officially debuted: 1982.

Edition Place Date Hill Gold Silver Bronze
1982 Norway Oslo 26 February K105  Norway
Johan Sætre
Per Bergerud
Ole Bremseth
Olav Hansson
 Austria
Hans Wallner
Hubert Neuper
Armin Kogler
Andreas Felder
 Finland
Keijo Korhonen
Jari Puikkonen
Pentti Kokkonen
Matti Nykänen
1984 Switzerland Engelberg 26 February K120  Finland
Markku Pusenius
Pentti Kokkonen
Jari Puikkonen
Matti Nykänen
 East Germany
Ulf Findeisen
Matthias Buse
Klaus Ostwald
Jens Weißflog
 Czechoslovakia
Ladislav Dluhoš
Vladimír Podzimek
Jiří Parma
Pavel Ploc
1985 Austria Seefeld 22 January K109  Finland
Tuomo Ylipulli
Pentti Kokkonen
Matti Nykänen
Jari Puikkonen
 Austria
Andreas Felder
Armin Kogler
Günther Stranner
Ernst Vettori
 East Germany
Frank Sauerbrey
Manfred Deckert
Klaus Ostwald
Jens Weißflog
1987 West Germany Oberstdorf 17 February K115  Finland
Matti Nykänen
Ari-Pekka Nikkola
Tuomo Ylipulli
Pekka Suorsa
 Norway
Ole Christian Eidhammer
Hroar Stjernen
Ole Gunnar Fidjestøl
Vegard Opaas
 Austria
Ernst Vettori
Richard Schallert
Franz Neuländtner
Andreas Felder
1989 Finland Lahti 22 February K114  Finland
Ari-Pekka Nikkola
Jari Puikkonen
Matti Nykänen
Risto Laakkonen
 Norway
Magne Johansen
Clas-Brede Bråthen
Ole Gunnar Fidjestøl
Jon Inge Kjørum
 Czechoslovakia
Jiří Parma
Martin Švagerko
Ladislav Dluhoš
Pavel Ploc
1991 Italy Val di Fiemme 8 February K115  Austria
Heinz Kuttin
Ernst Vettori
Stefan Horngacher
Andreas Felder
 Finland
Ari-Pekka Nikkola
Raimo Ylipulli
Vesa Hakala
Risto Laakonen
 Germany
Heiko Hunger
André Kiesewetter
Dieter Thoma
Jens Weißflog
1993 Sweden Falun 23 February K115  Norway
Bjørn Myrbakken
Helge Brendryen
Øyvind Berg
Espen Bredesen
 Czech Republic
František Jež
Jiří Parma
Jaroslav Sakala
and  Slovakia
Martin Švagerko
 Austria
Ernst Vettori
Heinz Kuttin
Stefan Horngacher
Andreas Goldberger
1995 Canada Thunder Bay 16 March K120  Finland
Jani Soininen
Janne Ahonen
Mika Laitinen
Ari-Pekka Nikkola
 Germany
Jens Weißflog
Gerd Siegmund
Hansjörg Jäkle
Dieter Thoma
 Japan
Takanobu Okabe
Jinya Nishikata
Hiroya Saitō
Naoki Yasuzaki
1997 Norway Trondheim 27 February K120  Finland
Ari-Pekka Nikkola
Jani Soininen
Mika Laitinen
Janne Ahonen
 Japan
Kazuyoshi Funaki
Takanobu Okabe
Masahiko Harada
Hiroya Saitō
 Germany
Christof Duffner
Martin Schmitt
Hansjörg Jäkle
Dieter Thoma
1999 Austria Ramsau 20 February K120  Germany
Sven Hannawald
Christof Duffner
Dieter Thoma
Martin Schmitt
 Japan
Noriaki Kasai
Hideharu Miyahira
Masahiko Harada
Kazuyoshi Funaki
 Austria
Andreas Widhölzl
Martin Höllwarth
Reinhard Schwarzenberger
Stefan Horngacher
2001 Finland Lahti 21 February K116  Germany
Sven Hannawald
Michael Uhrmann
Alexander Herr
Martin Schmitt
 Finland
Risto Jussilainen
Jani Soininen
Ville Kantee
Janne Ahonen
 Austria
Andreas Goldberger
Wolfgang Loitzl
Martin Höllwarth
Stefan Horngacher
2003 Italy Val di Fiemme 23 February K120  Finland
Janne Ahonen
Tami Kiuru
Arttu Lappi
Matti Hautamäki
 Japan
Kazuyoshi Funaki
Akira Higashi
Hideharu Miyahira
Noriaki Kasai
 Norway
Tommy Ingebrigtsen
Lars Bystøl
Sigurd Pettersen
Bjørn Einar Romøren
2005 Germany Oberstdorf 26 February HS137  Austria
Wolfgang Loitzl
Andreas Widhölzl
Thomas Morgenstern
Martin Höllwarth
 Finland
Risto Jussilainen
Tami Kiuru
Matti Hautamäki
Janne Ahonen
 Norway
Bjørn Einar Romøren
Sigurd Pettersen
Lars Bystøl
Roar Ljøkelsøy
2007 Japan Sapporo 25 February HS134  Austria
Wolfgang Loitzl
Gregor Schlierenzauer
Andreas Kofler
Thomas Morgenstern
 Norway
Tom Hilde
Anders Bardal
Anders Jacobsen
Roar Ljøkelsøy
 Japan
Shōhei Tochimoto
Takanobu Okabe
Daiki Itō
Noriaki Kasai
2009 Czech Republic Liberec 28 February HS134  Austria
Wolfgang Loitzl
Martin Koch
Thomas Morgenstern
Gregor Schlierenzauer
 Norway
Anders Bardal
Tom Hilde
Johan Remen Evensen
Anders Jacobsen
 Japan
Shōhei Tochimoto
Takanobu Okabe
Daiki Itō
Noriaki Kasai
2011 Norway Oslo 5 March HS134  Austria
Gregor Schlierenzauer
Martin Koch
Andreas Kofler
Thomas Morgenstern
 Norway
Anders Jacobsen
Bjoern Einar Romoeren
Anders Bardal
Tom Hilde
 Slovenia
Peter Prevc
Jurij Tepeš
Jernej Damjan
Robert Kranjec
2013 Italy Val di Fiemme 2 March HS134  Austria
Wolfgang Loitzl
Manuel Fettner
Thomas Morgenstern (5)
Gregor Schlierenzauer
 Germany
Andreas Wank
Severin Freund
Michael Neumayer
Richard Freitag
 Poland
Maciej Kot
Piotr Żyła
Dawid Kubacki
Kamil Stoch
2015 Sweden Falun 28 February HS134  Norway
Anders Bardal
Anders Jacobsen
Anders Fannemel
Rune Velta
 Austria
Stefan Kraft
Michael Hayböck
Manuel Poppinger
Gregor Schlierenzauer
 Poland
Piotr Żyła
Klemens Murańka
Jan Ziobro
Kamil Stoch
2017 Finland Lahti 4 March HS130  Poland
Piotr Żyła
Dawid Kubacki
Maciej Kot
Kamil Stoch
 Norway
Anders Fannemel
Johann André Forfang
Daniel-André Tande
Andreas Stjernen
 Austria
Michael Hayböck
Manuel Fettner
Gregor Schlierenzauer
Stefan Kraft

1984 Extra World Championships in Engelberg, Switzerland as the team event was not on the program for the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo.
In 2013 Norway initially took the silver medal but were moved down to fourth place when it was discovered that Anders Bardal got to many points after his first jump.

  • Medals:
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Finland 7 3 1 11
2  Austria 6 3 5 14
3  Norway 3 6 2 11
4  Germany (1991-present) 2 2 2 6
5  Poland 1 0 2 3
6  Japan 0 3 3 6
7  East Germany (1982-89) 0 1 1 2
8  Czech Republic (1993–present) 0 1 0 1
 Slovakia (1993–present) 0 1 0 1
10  Czechoslovakia (1982-91) 0 0 2 2
11  Slovenia (1993–present) 0 0 1 1
Total 19 20 19 58

Team normal hill[edit]

Debuted: 2001. Not held: 2003. Resumed: 2005. Not held: 2007-9. Resumed: 2011.

Edition Place Date Hill Gold Silver Bronze
2001 Finland Lahti 25 February K90  Austria
Wolfgang Loitzl
Andreas Goldberger
Stefan Horngacher
Martin Höllwarth
 Finland
Matti Hautamäki
Risto Jussilainen
Ville Kantee
Janne Ahonen
 Germany
Sven Hannawald
Michael Uhrmann
Alexander Herr
Martin Schmitt
2005 Germany Oberstdorf 20 February HS100  Austria
Wolfgang Loitzl (2)
Andreas Widhölzl
Thomas Morgenstern
Martin Höllwarth (2)
 Germany
Michael Neumayer
Martin Schmitt
Michael Uhrmann
Georg Späth
 Slovenia
Primož Peterka
Jure Bogataj
Rok Benkovič
Jernej Damjan
2011 Norway Oslo 27 February HS106  Austria
Gregor Schlierenzauer
Martin Koch
Andreas Kofler
Thomas Morgenstern (2)
 Norway
Anders Jacobsen
Bjørn Einar Romøren
Anders Bardal
Tom Hilde
 Germany
Martin Schmitt
Michael Neumayer
Michael Uhrmann
Severin Freund
  • Medals:
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Austria 3 0 0 3
2  Germany 0 1 2 3
3  Finland 0 1 0 1
 Norway 0 1 0 1
5  Slovenia 0 0 1 1
Total 3 3 3 9

Ladies[edit]

Normal hill individual[edit]

Debuted: 2009.

Edition Place Date Hill Gold Silver Bronze
2009 Czech Republic Liberec 20 February HS100 United States Lindsey Van Germany Ulrike Grässler Norway Anette Sagen
2011 Norway Oslo 25 February HS106 Austria Daniela Iraschko Italy Elena Runggaldier France Coline Mattel
2013 Italy Val di Fiemme 22 February HS106 United States Sarah Hendrickson Japan Sara Takanashi Austria Jacqueline Seifriedsberger
2015 Sweden Falun 20 February HS100 Germany Carina Vogt Japan Yūki Itō Austria Daniela Iraschko-Stolz
2017 Finland Lahti 24 February HS100 Germany Carina Vogt (2) Japan Yūki Itō Japan Sara Takanashi
  • Medals:
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 2 1 0 3
2  United States 2 0 0 2
3  Austria 1 0 2 3
4  Japan 0 3 1 4
5  Italy 0 1 0 1
6  France 0 0 1 1
 Norway 0 0 1 1
Total 5 5 5 15

Mixed[edit]

Mixed team normal hill[edit]

Debuted: 2013.

Edition Place Date Hill Gold Silver Bronze
2013 Italy Val di Fiemme 24 February HS106  Japan
Yūki Itō
Daiki Itō
Sara Takanashi
Taku Takeuchi
 Austria
Chiara Hölzl
Thomas Morgenstern
Jacqueline Seifriedsberger
Gregor Schlierenzauer
 Germany
Ulrike Gräßler
Richard Freitag
Carina Vogt
Severin Freund
2015 Sweden Falun 22 February HS100  Germany
Carina Vogt
Richard Freitag
Katharina Althaus
Severin Freund
 Norway
Line Jahr
Anders Bardal
Maren Lundby
Rune Velta
 Japan
Sara Takanashi
Noriaki Kasai
Yūki Itō
Taku Takeuchi
2017 Finland Lahti 26 February HS100  Germany
Carina Vogt (2)
Markus Eisenbichler
Svenja Würth
Andreas Wellinger
 Austria
Daniela Iraschko-Stolz
Michael Hayböck
Jacqueline Seifriedsberger
Stefan Kraft
 Japan
Sara Takanashi
Taku Takeuchi
Yūki Itō
Daiki Itō
  • Medals:
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 2 0 1 3
2  Japan 1 0 2 3
3  Austria 0 2 0 2
4  Norway 0 1 0 1
Total 3 3 3 9

Medal table[edit]

Table updated after the 2017 Championships.

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Norway 20 22 19 61
2  Austria 18 14 15 47
3  Finland 14 12 9 35
4  Germany (1925-39, 1991-present) 10 11 8 29
5  East Germany (1954-89) 6 6 4 16
6  Poland 6 3 5 14
7  Japan 5 11 10 26
8   Switzerland 3 2 3 8
9  Czechoslovakia (1925–91) 2 3 4 9
10  Soviet Union (1954–91) 2 1 2 5
11  United States 2 0 0 2
12  Sweden 1 1 6 8
13  Slovenia (1993–present) 1 1 3 5
14  Yugoslavia (1931–91) 1 0 0 1
15  Czech Republic (1993–present) 0 3 2 5
16  Italy 0 1 0 1
 Slovakia (1993–present) 0 1 0 1
18  France 0 0 1 1
Total medals awarded 90 91 90 271

Multiple medalists[edit]

Rank Athlete Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria 2005 2013 8 2 1 11
2 Wolfgang Loitzl  Austria 2001 2013 7 - 1 8
3 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 2007 2017 6 5 1 12
4 Janne Ahonen  Finland 1995 2005 5 3 2 10
5 Matti Nykänen  Finland 1982 1989 5 1 3 9
6 Martin Schmitt  Germany 1997 2009 4 3 3 10
7 Ari-Pekka Nikkola  Finland 1987 1997 4 2 1 7
Jari Puikkonen  Finland 1982 1989 4 2 1 7
9 Adam Małysz  Poland 2001 2011 4 1 1 6
10 Carina Vogt  Germany 2013 2017 4 - 1 5

Best performers by country[edit]

Country Athlete From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
 Austria Thomas Morgenstern
(by the gold first ranking system)
2005 2013 8 2 1 11
Gregor Schlierenzauer
(by total number of medals)
2007 2017 6 5 1 12
 Finland Janne Ahonen 1995 2005 5 3 2 10
 Germany Martin Schmitt 1997 2009 4 3 3 10
 Poland Adam Małysz 2001 2011 4 1 1 6
 Norway Birger Ruud
(by the gold first ranking system)
1931 1939 3 1 - 4
Anders Bardal &
Anders Jacobsen
(by total number of medals)
2007
2007
2015
2015
2
1
5
4
-
2
7
7
 East Germany
 Germany
Jens Weißflog 1984 1995 2 3 4 9
 Japan Masahiko Harada
(by the gold first ranking system)
1993 1999 2 3 1 6
Noriaki Kasai
(by total number of medals)
1999 2015 - 2 5 7
 East Germany
(as such only)
Jens Weißflog 1984 1989 2 2 1 5
 Soviet Union Gariy Napalkov 1970 1970 2 - - 2
  Switzerland Simon Ammann 2007 2011 1 1 2 4
 Czechoslovakia Jiří Parma
(incl. 1 Silver won for combined team
of the Czech Republic and Slovakia)
1987 1993 1 1 2 4
Willen Dick 1925 1927 1 1 - 2
 Slovenia Rok Benkovič
(by the gold first ranking system)
2005 2005 1 - 1 2
Peter Prevc
(by total number of medals)
2011 2013 - 1 2 3
 Sweden Tore Edman
(by the gold first ranking system)
1927 1927 1 - - 1
Sven Eriksson
(by total number of medals)
1931 1934 - - 3 3
 United States Sarah Hendrickson 2013 2013 1 - - 1
Lindsey Van 2009 2009 1 - - 1
 Yugoslavia Franci Petek* 1991 1991 1 - - 1
 Czech Republic Jaroslav Sakala
(incl. 1 Silver won for combined team
of the Czech Republic and Slovakia)
1993 1993 - 2 1 3
Jakub Janda 2005 2005 - 1 1 2
 Slovakia Martin Švagerko*
(incl. 1 Bronze won for Czechoslovakia
and 1 Silver won for combined team
of the Czech Republic and Slovakia)
1989 1993 - 1 1 2
 Italy Elena Runggaldier* 2011 2011 - 1 - 1
 France Coline Mattel* 2011 2011 - - 1 1

An asterisk (*) marks athletes who are the only representatives of their respective countries to win a medal.

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References[edit]