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Name Born Nation Rank Average Races Wins Top 3 Top 10 Top 30 Meter
Thomas Morgenstern 1986 Austria 1 (1757 pts) 4.1 26 7 16 23 26 7328.0
Simon Ammann 1981 Switzerland 2 (1364 pts) 5.1 26 3 10 24 26 7374.0
Adam Malysz 1977 Poland 3 (1153 pts) 7.2 26 1 9 22 25 7139.5
Andreas Kofler 1984 Austria 4 (1128 pts) 8.0 22 3 7 17 21 5603.0
Tom Hilde 1987 Norway 5 (903 pts) 10.1 24 1 6 17 22 6554.0
Martin Koch 1982 Austria 6 (840 pts) 10.5 24 2 4 15 24 6711.0
Severin Freund 1988 Germany 7 (769 pts) 12.2 22 2 5 11 21 5552.5
Matti Hautamaeki 1981 Finland 8 (764 pts) 12.1 24 - 3 16 23 6447.0
Gregor Schlierenzauer 1990 Austria 9 (760 pts) 9.8 19 3 4 11 19 5788.0
Kamil Stoch 1987 Poland 10 (739 pts) 12.6 24 3 3 10 23 6447.5
Johan Remen Evensen 1985 Norway 11 (645 pts) 17.3 24 1 3 10 18 6178.0
Manuel Fettner 1985 Austria 12 (460 pts) 14.5 21 - 1 7 20 4983.0
Wolfgang Loitzl 1980 Austria 13 (442 pts) 15.6 22 - 1 6 21 5538.5
Anders Bardal 1982 Norway 14 (419 pts) 17.5 22 - - 8 18 5021.5
Daiki Ito 1985 Japan 15 (413 pts) 17.7 23 - - 8 19 5310.0
Roman Koudelka 1989 Czech Republic 16 (382 pts) 20.4 25 - 1 4 19 5777.5
Bjørn Einar Romøren 1981 Norway 17 (364 pts) 17.9 21 - - 6 18 4930.5
Robert Kranjec 1981 Slovenia 18 (355 pts) 21.4 22 - 1 4 16 5152.0
Anders Jacobsen 1985 Norway 19 (344 pts) 15.9 18 - - 5 16 4607.0
Ville Larinto 1990 Finland 20 (342 pts) 12.2 9 1 2 5 8 1966.5
Michael Uhrmann 1978 Germany 21 (314 pts) 21.2 18 - 1 6 13 3688.0
Michael Neumayer 1979 Germany 22 (306 pts) 20.8 24 - - 3 19 5744.0
Pavel Karelin 1990 Russia 23 (282 pts) 23.4 20 - 1 4 14 3976.0
Peter Prevc 1992 Slovenia 24 (218 pts) 20.9 19 - - - 15 4150.5
Noriaki Kasai 1972 Japan 25 (197 pts) 23.3 20 - - 1 18 4810.0
Emmanuel Chedal 1983 France 26 (190 pts) 23.3 20 - - - 16 4619.0
Jan Matura 1980 Czech Republic 27 (180 pts) 28.7 24 - - 2 12 4777.5
Shohei Tochimoto 1989 Japan 28 (165 pts) 23.2 17 - - - 14 4019.0
Ole Marius Ingvaldsen 1985 Norway 29 (155 pts) 24.8 14 - - 2 10 3383.5
Martin Schmitt 1978 Germany 30 (137 pts) 25.5 15 - - 1 11 3175.0
Stephan Hocke 1983 Germany 31 (132 pts) 24.9 14 - - 1 11 2724.5
Janne Happonen 1984 Finland 32 (125 pts) 12.2 5 - - 3 5 1726.0
Pascal Bodmer 1991 Germany 33 (122 pts) 28.9 19 - - 2 10 3447.5
Jakub Janda 1978 Czech Republic 34 (119 pts) 27.8 23 - - - 12 4699.0
Jurij Tepes 1989 Slovenia 34 (119 pts) 28.3 21 - - - 12 4336.5
Denis Kornilov 1986 Russia 36 (106 pts) 29.9 20 - - 1 13 4163.5
Rune Velta 1989 Norway 36 (106 pts) 25.7 10 - - 2 6 2097.5
Richard Freitag 1991 Germany 38 (105 pts) 22.4 11 - - - 10 2548.5
Stefan Hula 1986 Poland 39 (95 pts) 31.1 18 - - 1 9 3463.0
Anssi Koivuranta 1988 Finland 40 (90 pts) 29.1 15 - - 1 8 2513.0
Jernej Damjan 1983 Slovenia 41 (84 pts) 28.1 12 - - - 6 2309.5
Fumihisa Yumoto 1984 Japan 42 (80 pts) 30.0 15 - - - 9 2915.0
Olli Muotka 1988 Finland 43 (76 pts) 30.1 16 - - - 7 3426.0
Janne Ahonen 1977 Finland 44 (74 pts) 29.8 12 - - 1 4 1788.5
Stefan Thurnbichler 1984 Austria 44 (74 pts) 26.1 9 - - 1 6 2162.0
Sebastian Colloredo 1987 Italy 46 (69 pts) 29.4 18 - - - 8 3378.0
Taku Takeuchi 1987 Japan 47 (67 pts) 30.1 17 - - - 8 3202.0
Borek Sedlak 1981 Czech Republic 48 (56 pts) 33.6 21 - - 1 9 3869.0
Andreas Stjernen 1988 Norway 48 (56 pts) 29.9 7 - - 1 4 1505.0
Lukas Hlava 1984 Czech Republic 50 (52 pts) 33.5 22 - - - 10 3970.5
Felix Schoft 1990 Germany 51 (46 pts) 24.2 6 - - - 5 1495.0
Andrea Morassi 1988 Italy 52 (45 pts) 31.3 13 - - - 6 2854.5
Vladimir Zografski 1993 Bulgaria 53 (38 pts) 32.9 9 - - - 4 1294.5
Piotr Zyla 1987 Poland 54 (37 pts) 29.3 12 - - - 6 2672.5
Vegard Sklett 1986 Norway 55 (32 pts) 29.6 7 - - - 4 1478.5
Michael Hayböck 1991 Austria 56 (28 pts) 32.6 11 - - - 4 1633.0
Mitja Meznar 1988 Slovenia 57 (21 pts) 36.7 7 - - - 2 1065.5
Kazuyoshi Funaki 1975 Japan 58 (15 pts) 31.5 2 - - - 1 321.0
Mario Innauer 1990 Austria 58 (15 pts) 37.3 9 - - - 2 1367.5
Maximillian Mechler 1984 Germany 58 (15 pts) 37.1 11 - - - 3 1941.5
Kalle Keituri 1984 Finland 61 (14 pts) 36.0 10 - - - 1 1466.0
Peter Frenette 1992 USA 62 (13 pts) 25.5 2 - - - 1 342.0
Tomaz Naglic 1989 Slovenia 62 (13 pts) 31.0 4 - - - 2 935.0
Andreas Wank 1988 Germany 64 (9 pts) 32.0 4 - - - 2 715.0
Kim Rene Elverum Sorsell 1988 Norway 65 (7 pts) 33.0 3 - - - 1 439.5
Rafal Sliz 1983 Poland 65 (7 pts) 37.0 6 - - - 1 774.5
Marcin Bachleda 1982 Poland 67 (6 pts) 38.5 8 - - - 1 1046.5
Dejan Judez 1990 Slovenia 67 (6 pts) 25.0 1 - - - 1 389.5
Juha Matti Ruuskanen 1984 Finland 67 (6 pts) 38.8 4 - - - 2 696.0
Kazuya Yoshioka 1978 Japan 67 (6 pts) 38.8 6 - - - 1 912.5
Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes 1991 Canada 71 (5 pts) 35.0 3 - - - 2 511.5
Davide Bresadola 1988 Italy 71 (5 pts) 36.8 4 - - - 1 758.0
Heung-Chul Choi 1981 South Korea 71 (5 pts) 31.3 3 - - - 2 484.5
Kenshiro Ito 1990 Japan 74 (4 pts) 27.0 1 - - - 1 221.5
Thomas Diethart 1992 Austria 75 (3 pts) 34.0 2 - - - 1 343.0
Ilja Rosliakov 1983 Russia 75 (3 pts) 34.0 2 - - - 1 465.5
Dimitry Vassiliev 1979 Russia 75 (3 pts) 39.7 6 - - - 1 778.5
Tomasz Byrt 1993 Poland 78 (2 pts) 37.7 7 - - - 1 1046.0
Kenneth Gangnes 1989 Norway 78 (2 pts) 35.5 2 - - - 1 301.5
Primoz Pikl 1982 Slovenia 78 (2 pts) 41.2 6 - - - 1 798.0
Roman Trofimov 1989 Russia 78 (2 pts) 38.8 9 - - - 2 1137.5
Fredrik Balkaasen 1989 Sweden 82 (1 pts) 33.5 2 - - - 1 422.5
Jarkko Maeaettae 1994 Finland 82 (1 pts) 41.0 3 - - - 1 444.0
Harri Olli 1985 Finland 82 (1 pts) 34.5 2 - - - 1 296.5
Ondrej Vaculik 1986 Czech Republic 82 (1 pts) 39.3 4 - - - 1 583.0