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# S.nr Name Born Nation Length 1 Length 2 Points
1 49 Stefan Kraft 1993 Austria 130.0 m 132.0 m 267.5
2 46 Andreas Wellinger 1995 Germany 133.5 m 127.0 m 258.6
3 43 Markus Eisenbichler 1991 Germany 125.5 m 128.5 m 244.1
4 31 Daiki Ito 1985 Japan 127.5 m 124.5 m 243.5
5 39 Andreas Stjernen 1988 Norway 124.5 m 126.0 m 241.7
6 33 Robert Johansson 1990 Norway 126.0 m 128.5 m 239.5
7 48 Daniel-Andrè Tande 1994 Norway 128.5 m 123.0 m 236.8
8 44 Manuel Fettner 1985 Austria 127.0 m 123.0 m 227.7
9 41 Piotr Zyla 1987 Poland 124.0 m 119.5 m 227.2
10 19 Johann Forfang 1995 Norway 114.5 m 129.5 m 224.6
11 47 Maciej Kot 1991 Poland 117.0 m 125.5 m 222.3
12 38 Vincent Descombes Sevoie 1984 France 120.0 m 121.0 m 222.2
13 30 Noriaki Kasai 1972 Japan 120.0 m 123.5 m 221.4
14 40 Richard Freitag 1991 Germany 122.0 m 122.5 m 221.1
15 45 Michael Hayböck 1991 Austria 122.0 m 120.0 m 219.6
16 42 Peter Prevc 1992 Slovenia 121.0 m 120.0 m 218.5
17 23 Simon Ammann 1981 Switzerland 121.0 m 122.0 m 218.3
18 34 Stephan Leyhe 1992 Germany 120.5 m 121.5 m 216.6
19 29 Roman Koudelka 1989 Czech Republic 117.5 m 122.0 m 215.8
20 21 Gregor Schlierenzauer 1990 Austria 121.0 m 119.5 m 214.4
21 2 Joakim Aune 1993 Norway 120.5 m 114.0 m 212.1
22 50 Kamil Stoch 1987 Poland 126.0 m 114.5 m 211.2
23 35 Dawid Kubacki 1990 Poland 120.5 m 118.0 m 211.0
24 27 Taku Takeuchi 1987 Japan 122.5 m 114.0 m 209.2
25 37 Karl Geiger 1993 Germany 114.5 m 118.5 m 204.0
26 26 Jernej Damjan 1983 Slovenia 118.5 m 114.0 m 202.0
27 32 Jurij Tepes 1989 Slovenia 120.0 m 112.0 m 201.9
28 13 Anze Semenic 1993 Slovenia 117.0 m 115.5 m 200.8
29 20 Jakub Janda 1978 Czech Republic 118.0 m 117.0 m 199.7
30 18 Sebastian Colloredo 1987 Italy 116.0 m 112.5 m 196.5
31 8 Tilen Bartol 1997 Slovenia 114.5 m 117.0 m 191.3
32 6 Antti Aalto 1995 Finland 112.5 m - 94.1
33 22 Markus Schiffner 1992 Austria 114.5 m - 93.4
34 36 Andreas Kofler 1984 Austria 113.5 m - 93.1
35 25 Vojtech Stursa 1995 Czech Republic 111.5 m - 92.0
36 17 Jarkko Maeaettae 1994 Finland 114.0 m - 91.5
37 7 Killian Peier 1995 Switzerland 112.0 m - 91.1
38 10 Gregor Deschwanden 1991 Switzerland 112.5 m - 90.7
39 4 Ryoyu Kobayashi 1996 Japan 114.0 m - 90.2
40 1 Joachim Ødegård Bjøreng 1995 Norway 109.5 m - 88.0
40 11 Ville Larinto 1990 Finland 111.0 m - 88.0
42 3 Nejc Dezman 1992 Slovenia 111.0 m - 87.8
43 14 Viktor Polasek 1997 Czech Republic 109.5 m - 86.4
44 5 Alex Insam 1997 Italy 109.5 m - 83.5
45 15 Junshiro Kobayashi 1991 Japan 108.5 m - 81.4
46 28 Jan Ziobro 1991 Poland 109.5 m - 80.3
47 24 Andreas Wank 1988 Germany 107.0 m - 78.1
48 12 Tom Hilde 1987 Norway 104.0 m - 78.0
48 16 Janne Ahonen 1977 Finland 107.5 m - 78.0
50 9 Davide Bresadola 1988 Italy 104.0 m - 77.0

Info

What World Cup
Discipline HS134
Hill Holmenkollen
Nation Norway
Date Sunday 12.Mar 2017
Calendar 2016/2017