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# S.nr Name Born Nation Length 1 Length 2 Points
1 56 Jernej Damjan 1983 Slovenia 138.0 m 134.0 m 255.0
2 67 Peter Prevc 1992 Slovenia 124.0 m 137.5 m 254.4
3 65 Robert Kranjec 1981 Slovenia 126.0 m 137.0 m 253.3
4 59 Michael Neumayer 1979 Germany 133.5 m 134.0 m 249.8
5 57 Andreas Kofler 1984 Austria 140.0 m 130.0 m 246.9
6 66 Noriaki Kasai 1972 Japan 123.5 m 133.0 m 245.2
7 61 Jan Matura 1980 Czech Republic 131.5 m 127.0 m 243.0
8 42 Markus Eisenbichler 1991 Germany 130.0 m 132.5 m 241.3
9 44 Nejc Dezman 1992 Slovenia 131.0 m 129.0 m 236.3
10 63 Daiki Ito 1985 Japan 128.5 m 125.0 m 230.1
11 43 Reruhi Shimizu 1993 Japan 127.0 m 125.5 m 229.0
12 52 Karl Geiger 1993 Germany 127.0 m 121.5 m 228.9
13 48 Yuta Watase 1982 Japan 126.0 m 129.5 m 228.8
14 64 Taku Takeuchi 1987 Japan 124.5 m 124.5 m 226.6
15 35 Danny Queck 1989 Germany 127.0 m 120.0 m 224.7
16 58 Stefan Kraft 1993 Austria 124.0 m 123.0 m 224.1
17 54 Gregor Deschwanden 1991 Switzerland 120.5 m 131.0 m 223.6
18 55 Tomaz Naglic 1989 Slovenia 129.0 m 122.0 m 223.4
19 40 Robert Johansson 1990 Norway 120.5 m 128.5 m 221.4
20 50 Manuel Fettner 1985 Austria 125.0 m 127.5 m 220.3
21 53 Manuel Poppinger 1989 Austria 123.5 m 123.5 m 217.4
22 60 Wolfgang Loitzl 1980 Austria 128.0 m 115.0 m 214.7
23 46 Lukas Hlava 1984 Czech Republic 127.5 m 116.0 m 211.1
23 49 Mikhail Maksimochkin 1993 Russia 136.5 m 111.5 m 211.1
25 45 Antonin Hajek 1987 Czech Republic 122.5 m 122.5 m 209.6
26 38 Roberto Dellasega 1990 Italy 127.5 m 118.5 m 209.0
27 27 Davide Bresadola 1988 Italy 119.0 m 127.0 m 205.2
28 5 Stefan Hula 1986 Poland 122.5 m 119.0 m 198.5
29 34 Sami Heiskanen 1991 Finland 124.0 m 110.5 m 182.4
30 12 Krzysztof Mietus 1991 Poland 118.0 m 108.5 m 172.4
31 62 Jurij Tepes 1989 Slovenia 112.5 m - 93.0
32 1 Kenshiro Ito 1990 Japan 115.0 m - 92.4
33 10 Pascal Egloff 1992 Switzerland 115.0 m - 91.7
34 36 Robert Hrgota 1988 Slovenia 113.0 m - 91.1
34 7 Vegard Swensen 1986 Norway 115.5 m - 91.1
36 24 Joachim Hauer 1991 Norway 115.0 m - 89.3
37 51 Ole Marius Ingvaldsen 1985 Norway 110.5 m - 88.2
38 6 Nico Polychronidis 1989 Greece 113.5 m - 88.0
39 37 Martin Koch 1982 Austria 110.5 m - 87.0
40 47 Ronan Lamy Chappuis 1993 France 110.5 m - 86.1
41 28 Cestmir Kozisek 1991 Czech Republic 111.5 m - 86.0
42 30 Simen Grimsrud 1992 Norway 114.5 m - 85.6
43 27 Andreas Stjernen 1988 Norway 115.0 m - 85.5
44 23 Pius Paschke 1990 Germany 110.5 m - 85.2
45 22 Eduard Torok 1997 Romania 113.0 m - 84.8
46 11 Atle Pedersen Rønsen 1988 Norway 111.0 m - 84.7
47 39 Vincent Descombes Sevoie 1984 France 112.5 m - 83.9
48 3 Takanobu Okabe 1970 Japan 112.0 m - 83.5
49 15 Sorin Iulian Pitea 1997 Romania 110.0 m - 83.2
50 33 Shohei Tochimoto 1989 Japan 108.5 m - 82.6
51 13 Michael Glasder 1989 USA 109.5 m - 82.5
52 21 Alexander Sardyko 1990 Russia 110.0 m - 82.4
53 9 Siim Tanel Sammelselg 1993 Estonia 110.0 m - 80.4
54 2 Shusaku Hosoyama 1984 Japan 111.5 m - 79.9
54 32 Daito Takahashi 1980 Japan 107.0 m - 79.9
56 20 Marco Grigoli 1991 Switzerland 109.5 m - 78.5
57 8 Sebastian Klinga 1992 Finland 109.0 m - 78.4
58 31 Pascal Kälin 1993 Switzerland 111.5 m - 76.1
59 16 Bartlomiej Klusek 1993 Poland 107.0 m - 73.3
60 29 Ville Larinto 1990 Finland 106.0 m - 71.7
61 25 Sami Niemi 1991 Finland 108.5 m - 70.9
62 19 Chris Lamb 1989 USA 103.0 m - 67.6
63 14 Roman Trofimov 1989 Russia 102.0 m - 62.9
64 4 Junshiro Kobayashi 1991 Japan 95.5 m - 87.9
65 26 Carl Nordin 1989 Sweden 96.5 m - 46.4
66 18 Ilja Rosliakov 1983 Russia 93.5 m - 43.1
67 17 Nicolas Mayer 1990 France 79.5 m - 23.8
What World Cup
Discipline HS134
Hill Sapporo
Nation Japan
Date Sunday 26.Jan 2014
Calendar 2013/2014

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