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# S.nr Name Born Nation Length 1 Length 2 Points
1 81 Martin Schmitt 1978 Germany 135.0 m 133.5 m 263.8
2 70 Stefan Hula 1986 Poland 132.5 m 130.0 m 253.5
3 56 Felix Schoft 1990 Germany 131.0 m 130.0 m 251.8
4 75 Lukas Mueller 1992 Austria 129.5 m 131.5 m 249.8
5 93 Stefan Kraft 1993 Austria 130.0 m 130.0 m 247.5
6 86 Antonin Hajek 1987 Czech Republic 128.5 m 128.5 m 243.6
7 82 Jakub Janda 1978 Czech Republic 129.5 m 127.5 m 241.6
8 76 Cene Prevc 1996 Slovenia 128.5 m 127.5 m 239.3
9 83 Mats Berggård 1995 Norway 127.5 m 128.0 m 236.9
10 77 Atle Pedersen Rønsen 1988 Norway 129.5 m 125.5 m 234.0
11 49 Peter Frenette 1992 USA 123.5 m 129.0 m 232.0
12 61 Matic Benedik 1993 Slovenia 128.5 m 124.0 m 231.5
12 85 Kim Rene Elverum Sorsell 1988 Norway 127.5 m 125.0 m 231.5
14 66 Markus Schiffner 1992 Austria 129.5 m 122.0 m 230.7
15 79 Nejc Dezman 1992 Slovenia 128.5 m 124.5 m 229.4
16 68 Lukasz Rutkowski 1988 Poland 127.0 m 125.0 m 227.1
17 64 Anders Johnson 1989 USA 128.0 m 122.5 m 223.9
18 88 Fredrik Bjerkeengen 1988 Norway 125.0 m 123.0 m 223.4
19 65 Marinus Kraus 1991 Germany 126.5 m 122.0 m 223.3
20 71 Vincent Descombes Sevoie 1984 France 123.5 m 124.0 m 220.5
21 90 Matic Kramarsic 1990 Slovenia 124.5 m 122.0 m 220.2
21 92 Thomas Diethart 1992 Austria 124.0 m 122.5 m 220.2
23 62 Gregor Deschwanden 1991 Switzerland 123.5 m 122.5 m 217.8
24 78 Stephan Leyhe 1992 Germany 124.0 m 120.5 m 215.6
25 15 Ziga Mandl 1990 Slovenia 123.0 m 121.5 m 215.1
26 39 Miran Zupancic 1989 Slovenia 123.0 m 121.5 m 214.6
27 80 Andraz Pograjc 1991 Slovenia 125.0 m 119.5 m 213.6
28 58 Killian Peier 1995 Switzerland 125.0 m 117.5 m 212.5
29 32 Christian Heim 1993 Germany 123.5 m 120.0 m 209.8
30 63 Stefan Hayboeck 1989 Austria 122.5 m 119.0 m 208.7
31 91 Ole Marius Ingvaldsen 1985 Norway 123.0 m - 107.9
32 59 Tobias Loeffler 1994 Germany 122.0 m - 107.6
33 89 Daniel Wenig 1991 Germany 122.5 m - 107.5
34 16 Johann Forfang 1995 Norway 122.0 m - 107.1
35 57 Pascal Egloff 1992 Switzerland 121.0 m - 105.8
36 22 Simon Greiderer 1996 Austria 120.5 m - 104.4
36 74 Pius Paschke 1990 Germany 120.5 m - 104.4
38 18 Anze Semenic 1993 Slovenia 121.5 m - 104.2
39 67 Alexandre Mabboux 1991 France 120.5 m - 103.9
40 72 Simen Grimsrud 1992 Norway 120.0 m - 103.5
40 73 Ilmir Hazetdinov 1991 Russia 120.0 m - 103.5
42 87 Jan Ziobro 1991 Poland 121.5 m - 102.7
43 10 Heung-Chul Choi 1981 South Korea 119.5 m - 102.1
44 44 Vojtech Stursa 1995 Czech Republic 118.0 m - 99.9
45 46 Manuel Poppinger 1989 Austria 118.5 m - 99.8
45 84 Espen Enger Halvorsen 1990 Norway 118.5 m - 99.8
47 40 Alexander Sardyko 1990 Russia 118.5 m - 96.8
48 17 Riku Taehkaevuori 1991 Finland 117.0 m - 96.6
49 60 Marco Grigoli 1991 Switzerland 117.0 m - 96.1
50 50 Chil-Gu Kang 1984 South Korea 117.5 m - 96.0
51 26 Borek Sedlak 1981 Czech Republic 116.5 m - 95.7
52 28 Clemens Aigner 1993 Austria 115.0 m - 94.0
53 43 David Viry 1989 France 115.5 m - 93.9
54 33 Mika Kulmala 1989 Finland 115.5 m - 93.4
55 52 Hyun-Ki Kim 1983 South Korea 114.5 m - 92.1
56 29 Jarkko Maeaettae 1994 Finland 114.5 m - 91.6
57 69 Roberto Dellasega 1990 Italy 115.0 m - 91.0
58 53 Andrii Klymchuk 1994 Ukraine 113.5 m - 90.3
59 34 Roman Trofimov 1989 Russia 114.0 m - 89.7
60 20 Alexey Korolev 1987 Kazakhstan 113.0 m - 88.9
61 51 Seou Choi 1982 South Korea 112.0 m - 88.1
62 36 Eric Mitchell 1992 Canada 112.5 m - 87.5
63 24 Nico Polychronidis 1989 Greece 112.5 m - 86.0
63 37 Alexander Mitz 1990 Sweden 112.5 m - 86.0
63 55 Oldrik van der Aalst 1995 Netherlands 112.5 m - 86.0
66 45 Nicholas Alexander 1988 USA 111.0 m - 83.8
67 38 Andrzej Zapotoczny 1991 Poland 110.5 m - 83.4
68 35 Diego Dellasega 1990 Italy 109.5 m - 83.1
69 23 Chris Lamb 1989 USA 109.5 m - 81.1
69 4 Pascal Sommer 1992 Switzerland 109.5 m - 81.1
71 41 Nicolas Mayer 1990 France 109.0 m - 80.7
72 25 Dimitry Ipatov 1984 Russia 108.5 m - 79.8
73 21 Carl Nordin 1989 Sweden 108.0 m - 78.9
74 6 Luca Egloff 1995 Switzerland 108.0 m - 78.4
75 19 Marat Zhaparov 1984 Kazakhstan 108.5 m - 78.3
76 14 Konstantin Sokolenko 1987 Kazakhstan 106.5 m - 76.2
77 3 Andreas Schuler 1995 Switzerland 107.0 m - 76.1
78 8 Federico Cecon 1994 Italy 106.5 m - 75.7
79 7 Gabriel Karlen 1994 Switzerland 104.5 m - 72.6
80 31 Volodymyr Veredyuk 1993 Ukraine 105.0 m - 72.0
81 1 Olivier Anken 1993 Switzerland 105.0 m - 71.5
81 5 Pascal Kälin 1993 Switzerland 105.0 m - 71.5
83 30 Jakob Grimholm 1986 Sweden 103.5 m - 70.8
84 13 Lars Antonissen 1995 Netherlands 103.5 m - 69.3
85 42 Andrea Morassi 1988 Italy 104.5 m - 67.6
86 11 Ruben de Wit 1995 Netherlands 102.5 m - 67.5
87 48 Sabirzhan Muminov 1994 Kazakhstan 106.5 m - 54.2
88 2 Samuel Wiget 1992 Switzerland 95.5 m - 52.4
89 54 Vasyl Zhurakivskyy 1991 Ukraine 93.0 m - 48.9
90 47 Andriy Kalinchuk 1995 Ukraine 89.5 m - 41.6
DSQ 27 Kalle Keituri 1984 Finland - - -
DSQ 9 Jakub Kot 1990 Poland - - -
DNS 12 Remus Tudor 1993 Romania - - -

Info

What Continental Cup
Discipline HS137
Hill Engelberg
Nation Switzerland
Date Friday 28.Dec 2012
Calendar 2012/2013