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Name Born Nation Rank Average Races Wins Top 3 Top 10 Top 30 Meter
Severin Freund 1988 Germany 1 (1729 pts) 4.6 28 9 15 26 28 7785.5
Peter Prevc 1992 Slovenia 2 (1729 pts) 5.0 31 3 14 27 31 8489.5
Stefan Kraft 1993 Austria 3 (1578 pts) 5.4 29 3 13 25 29 7673.5
Anders Fannemel 1991 Norway 4 (1161 pts) 9.6 28 2 7 19 27 7558.0
Michael Hayböck 1991 Austria 5 (1157 pts) 8.2 29 1 6 23 29 7512.5
Noriaki Kasai 1972 Japan 6 (1137 pts) 7.0 27 1 6 23 27 7493.5
Roman Koudelka 1989 Czech Republic 7 (1113 pts) 10.4 27 4 8 18 25 6880.0
Rune Velta 1989 Norway 8 (848 pts) 13.3 29 - 4 15 27 7473.5
Kamil Stoch 1987 Poland 9 (820 pts) 8.8 18 2 5 13 17 4809.0
Gregor Schlierenzauer 1990 Austria 10 (739 pts) 13.4 27 1 2 11 26 6834.0
Simon Ammann 1981 Switzerland 11 (646 pts) 13.6 16 2 6 10 13 3528.5
Richard Freitag 1991 Germany 12 (622 pts) 17.4 27 2 2 8 22 6497.0
Jurij Tepes 1989 Slovenia 13 (554 pts) 21.3 26 1 3 8 17 6225.0
Jernej Damjan 1983 Slovenia 14 (535 pts) 19.2 31 - 1 10 26 7161.0
Markus Eisenbichler 1991 Germany 15 (529 pts) 16.7 28 - - 8 23 6599.5
Daiki Ito 1985 Japan 16 (513 pts) 17.0 26 - 1 6 24 6649.5
Anders Jacobsen 1985 Norway 17 (511 pts) 14.0 20 1 1 8 19 5107.5
Anders Bardal 1982 Norway 18 (477 pts) 13.1 18 - 1 8 17 4048.5
Piotr Zyla 1987 Poland 19 (474 pts) 18.8 31 - - 7 27 7446.0
Taku Takeuchi 1987 Japan 20 (363 pts) 19.7 25 - - 3 21 5974.0
Michael Neumayer 1979 Germany 21 (347 pts) 22.4 31 - - 1 25 7356.0
Marinus Kraus 1991 Germany 22 (327 pts) 20.3 23 - - 4 19 5277.0
Johann Forfang 1995 Norway 23 (325 pts) 20.1 20 - 1 4 16 4989.0
Nejc Dezman 1992 Slovenia 24 (224 pts) 25.6 27 - - 1 17 5736.5
Matjaz Pungertar 1990 Slovenia 25 (205 pts) 30.5 28 - - 3 15 5107.5
Robert Kranjec 1981 Slovenia 26 (201 pts) 27.5 25 - - 1 13 4912.0
Gregor Deschwanden 1991 Switzerland 27 (189 pts) 26.4 25 - - 1 17 5277.5
Vincent Descombes Sevoie 1984 France 28 (179 pts) 28.4 23 - - 1 15 4929.0
Andreas Kofler 1984 Austria 29 (173 pts) 29.3 16 - - 2 7 2772.0
Lauri Asikainen 1989 Finland 30 (157 pts) 27.6 20 - - 2 11 3651.5
Phillip Sjøen 1995 Norway 31 (155 pts) 21.8 13 - - 1 10 2859.0
Jarkko Määttä 1994 Finland 32 (151 pts) 30.5 24 - - 1 12 4468.5
Manuel Fettner 1985 Austria 33 (146 pts) 24.3 18 - - - 14 4205.0
Dimitry Vassiliev 1979 Russia 34 (145 pts) 26.9 17 - - 1 11 3545.5
Andreas Wellinger 1995 Germany 35 (137 pts) 19.4 7 - 1 1 6 1417.5
Andreas Stjernen 1988 Norway 36 (134 pts) 20.8 10 - - 2 9 2913.0
Manuel Poppinger 1989 Austria 37 (128 pts) 26.3 18 - - 2 11 3942.5
Stephan Leyhe 1992 Germany 38 (120 pts) 27.3 19 - - - 11 3980.0
Tom Hilde 1987 Norway 39 (118 pts) 25.9 15 - - 1 11 3262.0
Jan Matura 1980 Czech Republic 40 (114 pts) 32.2 25 - - - 14 4695.0
Kenneth Gangnes 1989 Norway 41 (113 pts) 23.7 12 - - 1 8 2832.0
Klemens Muranka 1994 Poland 42 (102 pts) 29.7 17 - - 1 9 3221.0
Thomas Diethart 1992 Austria 43 (99 pts) 29.0 21 - - - 12 4023.0
Junshiro Kobayashi 1991 Japan 44 (95 pts) 29.2 19 - - - 10 3687.0
Daniel-Andrè Tande 1994 Norway 45 (81 pts) 30.2 12 - - 1 6 2202.0
Shohei Tochimoto 1989 Japan 46 (79 pts) 29.9 15 - - - 6 2581.0
Vladislav Boyarintsev 1994 Russia 47 (77 pts) 31.5 16 - - - 9 2758.0
Aleksander Zniszczol 1994 Poland 48 (75 pts) 30.5 19 - - - 11 3470.5
Kento Sakuyama 1990 Japan 49 (62 pts) 31.6 21 - - - 10 3438.0
Jan Ziobro 1991 Poland 50 (55 pts) 32.2 19 - - - 7 2991.0
Andreas Wank 1988 Germany 51 (54 pts) 32.7 15 - - - 9 2706.0
Davide Bresadola 1988 Italy 52 (48 pts) 33.6 16 - - 1 5 2630.0
Dawid Kubacki 1990 Poland 53 (35 pts) 34.4 17 - - - 4 2418.0
Ville Larinto 1990 Finland 53 (35 pts) 33.4 11 - - - 3 1574.0
Anze Semenic 1993 Slovenia 53 (35 pts) 21.0 3 - - 1 3 1093.5
Jakub Janda 1978 Czech Republic 56 (34 pts) 32.1 17 - - - 6 2519.0
Ilmir Hazetdinov 1991 Russia 57 (32 pts) 34.3 12 - - - 6 1860.5
Janne Ahonen 1977 Finland 58 (29 pts) 29.2 9 - - - 5 1688.0
Cene Prevc 1996 Slovenia 59 (27 pts) 31.4 5 - - - 2 800.0
Mikhail Maksimochkin 1993 Russia 60 (26 pts) 34.9 16 - - - 4 2184.0
Antonin Hajek 1987 Czech Republic 61 (24 pts) 35.6 13 - - - 6 2355.0
Anze Lanisek 1996 Slovenia 62 (23 pts) 31.6 8 - - - 5 1529.5
Sami Niemi 1991 Finland 63 (19 pts) 35.2 10 - - - 3 1414.0
Anssi Koivuranta 1988 Finland 64 (18 pts) 37.2 14 - - - 4 1900.0
Maciej Kot 1991 Poland 65 (17 pts) 33.9 9 - - - 5 1662.0
Killian Peier 1995 Switzerland 66 (15 pts) 41.0 8 - - - 2 1019.0
Joachim Hauer 1991 Norway 67 (14 pts) 32.3 6 - - - 3 1172.0
Ulrich Wohlgenannt 1994 Austria 67 (14 pts) 33.6 8 - - - 3 1443.5
Ronan Lamy Chappuis 1993 France 69 (13 pts) 33.9 13 - - - 4 1935.5
Daniel Wenig 1991 Germany 70 (11 pts) 32.4 7 - - - 2 1156.0
Vladimir Zografski 1993 Bulgaria 70 (11 pts) 40.2 18 - - - 2 2521.0
Wolfgang Loitzl 1980 Austria 72 (8 pts) 35.3 4 - - - 2 720.5
Denis Kornilov 1986 Russia 73 (6 pts) 40.3 9 - - - 1 1004.5
Tomaz Naglic 1989 Slovenia 73 (6 pts) 40.3 8 - - - 1 1174.0
Karl Geiger 1993 Germany 75 (5 pts) 35.8 5 - - - 1 692.5
Robert Johansson 1990 Norway 75 (5 pts) 38.0 4 - - - 1 615.0
Rok Justin 1993 Slovenia 75 (5 pts) 39.4 8 - - - 1 1133.5
Nicholas Alexander 1988 USA 78 (4 pts) 42.2 6 - - - 1 854.5
Lukas Hlava 1984 Czech Republic 78 (4 pts) 39.9 8 - - - 1 1068.5
Stefan Hula 1986 Poland 78 (4 pts) 38.0 4 - - - 1 461.5
Ole Marius Ingvaldsen 1985 Norway 78 (4 pts) 35.7 3 - - - 1 594.0
Seou Choi 1982 South Korea 82 (2 pts) 41.9 8 - - - 1 999.5
Kenshiro Ito 1990 Japan 82 (2 pts) 38.3 6 - - - 1 702.5
Pius Paschke 1990 Germany 82 (2 pts) 32.0 2 - - - 1 421.0
Simon Greiderer 1996 Austria 85 (1 pts) 32.0 2 - - - 1 394.5
Harri Olli 1985 Finland 85 (1 pts) 39.2 5 - - - 1 681.5
Alexey Romashov 1992 Russia 85 (1 pts) 31.0 2 - - - 1 341.0