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# S.nr Name Born Nation Length 1 Length 2 Points
1 Thomas Morgenstern 1986 Austria 125.5 m 131.5 m 261.6
2 Janne Happonen 1984 Finland 120.5 m 130.0 m 249.9
3 Martin Koch 1982 Austria 123.5 m 127.5 m 249.3
4 Anders Jacobsen 1985 Norway 118.5 m 129.5 m 242.9
5 Tom Hilde 1987 Norway 119.5 m 125.5 m 238.5
6 Harri Olli 1985 Finland 119.0 m 126.0 m 236.0
7 Wolfgang Loitzl 1980 Austria 116.0 m 126.0 m 233.1
8 Taku Takeuchi 1987 Japan 120.5 m 122.0 m 231.5
9 Andreas Kuettel 1979 Switzerland 117.0 m 123.0 m 230.8
10 Anders Bardal 1982 Norway 117.0 m 123.5 m 229.4
11 Simon Ammann 1981 Switzerland 115.5 m 124.0 m 227.1
12 Andreas Kofler 1984 Austria 115.5 m 124.0 m 226.1
13 Denis Kornilov 1986 Russia 116.5 m 122.0 m 223.8
14 Robert Kranjec 1981 Slovenia 118.5 m 118.5 m 220.6
15 Bjørn Einar Romøren 1981 Norway 116.5 m 121.0 m 219.0
16 Daiki Ito 1985 Japan 116.0 m 119.5 m 217.4
17 Michael Neumayer 1979 Germany 117.0 m 118.5 m 216.9
18 Dimitry Vassiliev 1979 Russia 111.5 m 112.5 m 214.7
19 Bastian Kaltenboeck 1983 Austria 113.5 m 123.0 m 214.2
20 Shohei Tochimoto 1989 Japan 118.5 m 114.5 m 212.4
21 Roar Ljøkelsøy 1976 Norway 120.0 m 112.0 m 209.6
22 Martin Schmitt 1978 Germany 111.0 m 120.5 m 209.2
23 Fumihisa Yumoto 1984 Japan 114.5 m 116.0 m 207.9
24 Arthur Pauli 1989 Austria 115.5 m 112.5 m 202.9
25 Noriaki Kasai 1972 Japan 112.5 m 115.0 m 201.5
26 Primoz Peterka 1979 Slovenia 112.0 m 116.0 m 200.9
27 Vincent Descombes Sevoie 1984 France 113.5 m 113.5 m 197.1
28 Takanobu Okabe 1970 Japan 110.0 m 113.5 m 192.3
29 Stefan Hula 1986 Poland 114.5 m 109.5 m 188.7
30 Heung Chul Choi 1981 South Korea 113.5 m 107.0 m 186.4
31 Manuel Fettner 1985 Austria 109.0 m - 91.2
32 Michael Uhrmann 1978 Germany 109.0 m - 90.7
33 Kazuya Yoshioka 1978 Japan 109.0 m - 89.2
34 Emmanuel Chedal 1983 France 107.5 m - 88.0
35 Akira Higashi 1972 Japan 108.5 m - 87.3
36 Guido Landert 1985 Switzerland 107.5 m - 87.0
37 Jurij Tepes 1989 Slovenia 107.0 m - 86.1
38 Piotr Zyla 1987 Poland 106.0 m - 84.8
39 Maxim Anisimov 1983 Belarus 106.0 m - 84.3
39 Stephan Hocke 1983 Germany 106.0 m - 84.3
41 Pavel Karelin 1990 Russia 104.5 m - 81.1
41 Dimitry Ipatov 1984 Russia 104.5 m - 81.1
43 Taro Takayanagi 1982 Japan 105.5 m - 80.9
44 Yuta Watase 1982 Japan 104.0 m - 80.7
44 Kamil Stoch 1987 Poland 104.0 m - 80.7
46 Yukio Sakano 1976 Japan 104.0 m - 79.2
47 Marcin Bachleda 1982 Poland 103.5 m - 78.8
48 Seou Choi 1982 South Korea 101.0 m - 73.8
49 Jure Bogataj 1985 Slovenia 99.5 m - 71.1
50 Shota Tanaka 1986 Japan 99.0 m - 70.2

Info

What World Cup
Discipline HS134
Hill Sapporo
Nation Japan
Date Saturday 2.Feb 2008
Calendar 2007/2008