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Results Startlist

# S.nr Name Born Nation Length 1 Length 2 Points
1 Hubert Neuper 1960 Austria 107.0 m 102.0 m 250.5
2 Hansjörg Sumi 1959 Switzerland 105.5 m 101.0 m 242.0
3 Henry Glass 1953 Germany 100.0 m 101.5 m 239.0
4 Jari Puikkonen 1959 Finland 102.0 m 100.5 m 238.9
5 Klaus Ostwald 1958 Germany 103.5 m 101.0 m 238.7
6 Martin Weber 1954 Germany 103.0 m 99.0 m 237.2
7 Roger Ruud 1958 Norway 102.0 m 103.0 m 236.9
8 Johan Sætre 1952 Norway 102.0 m 97.0 m 232.5
9 Klaus-Jürgen Tuchscherer 1955 Austria 99.0 m 98.0 m 230.7
9 Alexei Borovitin 1954 Russia 99.5 m 100.0 m 230.7
11 Jouko Törmänen 1954 Finland 100.0 m 98.5 m 229.8
12 Hirokazu Yagi 1959 Japan 100.0 m 97.0 m 229.2
12 Bogdan Norcic 1953 Slovenia 102.5 m 97.0 m 229.2
14 Jan Holmlund 1957 Sweden 101.0 m 97.0 m 229.1
15 Piotr Fijas 1958 Poland 96.0 m 98.0 m 226.2
16 Harald Duschek 1956 Germany 98.0 m 98.5 m 225.5
17 Jochen Danneberg 1953 Germany 100.0 m 95.0 m 224.4
18 Manfred Deckert 1961 Germany 99.0 m 97.0 m 224.3
19 Alfred Groyer 1959 Austria 101.0 m 92.5 m 223.3
20 Stanislaw Bobak 1956 Poland 99.0 m 93.5 m 222.4
21 Falko Weisspflog 1954 Germany 97.0 m 97.0 m 221.5
22 Kari Ylianttila 1953 Finland 97.0 m 96.0 m 219.6
23 Masahiro Akimoto 1956 Japan 98.0 m 96.0 m 219.5
24 Leos Skoda 1953 Czech Republic 97.0 m 96.0 m 218.6
25 Peter Leitner 1956 Germany 98.0 m 95.0 m 216.6
26 Robert Mösching 1954 Switzerland 98.0 m 94.0 m 216.2
27 Wladimir Wlasov 1958 Russia 100.0 m 89.5 m 214.2
28 Stanislaw Pawlusiak 1958 Poland 98.0 m 92.0 m 213.9
29 Per Bergerud 1956 Norway 95.0 m 94.5 m 213.2
30 Keijo Korhonen 1956 Finland 92.5 m 96.0 m 210.8
31 Ulf Jørgensen 1956 Norway 98.0 m 90.0 m 210.6
32 Jari Pulkkinen - Finland 94.0 m 94.0 m 210.1
33 Brane Benedik 1960 Slovenia 97.0 m 92.5 m 209.2
34 Armin Kogler 1959 Austria 92.0 m 94.0 m 208.3
35 Jari Larinto - Finland 98.0 m 89.0 m 208.2
36 Hans Wallner 1953 Austria 100.0 m 86.0 m 207.8
37 Dag Holmen-Jensen 1954 Norway 95.0 m 92.0 m 206.7
38 Tauno Käyhkö 1950 Canada 97.0 m 87.5 m 204.7
39 Sergei Saitschik 1957 Russia 93.5 m 89.0 m 203.9
40 Gèrard Colin 1958 France 96.0 m 90.0 m 203.8
41 Jurij Ivanov 1952 Russia 96.0 m 87.0 m 203.1
42 Hiroyasu Aizawa 1961 Japan 94.5 m 87.5 m 202.7
43 Thomas Meisinger 1957 Germany 94.0 m 89.5 m 200.8
44 Primoz Ulaga 1962 Slovenia 93.0 m 90.0 m 200.1
45 Thomas Klauser 1964 Germany 96.0 m 86.0 m 196.2
46 Anatolij Oparin - Russia 92.5 m 87.5 m 195.9
47 Johann Millonig 1952 Austria 96.0 m 90.0 m 195.8
48 Seppo Toivonen - Sweden 94.5 m 83.0 m 189.4
49 Josef Samek 1957 Czech Republic 94.0 m 79.0 m 180.6
50 Alois Lipburger 1956 Austria 94.5 m 70.0 m 171.7
51 Valeri Savin 1951 Ukraine 91.0 m - 101.1
52 Horst Bulau 1962 Canada 92.0 m - 101.0
53 Vladimir Tschernajev - Russia 91.0 m - 100.6
53 Albert Wursthorn - Germany 91.0 m - 100.6
55 Tom Levorstad 1957 Norway 92.0 m - 100.5
56 John Broman 1958 USA 91.5 m - 100.3
57 Jan Tanczos - Czech Republic 91.0 m - 100.1
58 Vasja Bajc 1962 Slovenia 93.0 m - 99.9
59 Josef Brzuchanski - Czech Republic 91.0 m - 99.6
59 Yuji Kawamura - Japan 91.0 m - 99.6
61 Miran Tepes 1961 Slovenia 91.5 m - 99.3
62 Thomas Prosser - Germany 91.0 m - 99.1
63 Lido Tomasi 1955 Italy 91.5 m - 98.8
64 Rupert Gürtler 1956 Austria 89.5 m - 98.5
65 Andrzej Kowalski 1959 Poland 90.0 m - 98.2
66 Jim Denney 1957 USA 89.5 m - 97.5
66 Per Steinar Nordlien 1956 Norway 89.5 m - 97.5
68 Andreas Felder 1962 Austria 90.0 m - 97.2
69 Christer Karlsson - Sweden 91.0 m - 97.1
70 Willi Pürstl 1955 Austria 88.5 m - 96.6
71 Anton Innauer 1958 Austria 104.5 m - 96.5
72 Steve Collins 1964 Canada 89.5 m - 96.0
73 Ivo Zupan 1956 Slovenia 88.5 m - 95.6
74 Takafumi Kawabata 1954 Japan 88.0 m - 95.4
75 Peter Schwinghammer - Germany 89.0 m - 95.3
76 Georges Jaquiery 1960 Switzerland 88.5 m - 94.6
77 Manfred Steiner 1962 Austria 88.0 m - 94.4
78 Per Balkåsen 1955 Sweden 88.5 m - 93.6
78 Marko Mlakar - Slovenia 88.5 m - 93.6
80 Gebahrd Aberer 1959 Austria 86.5 m - 93.3
81 Masaru Nagaoka 1962 Japan 86.0 m - 92.1
82 Kari Heinonen - Finland 86.5 m - 90.8
83 Ivano Wegher - Italy 85.0 m - 88.7
84 Hans-Jürgen Eschrich 1960 Germany 84.0 m - 87.8
84 Ron Richards 1963 Canada 84.0 m - 87.8
86 Pentti Kokkonen 1955 Finland 102.0 m - 87.5
87 Paul Egloff 1959 Switzerland 86.5 m - 87.3
88 Bernard Moullier 1957 France 84.5 m - 86.5
89 Pjotr Sunin - Russia 83.0 m - 85.4
90 Patrick Dubiez - France 85.0 m - 85.2
91 Placide Schmidinger 1961 Switzerland 84.0 m - 84.3
92 Ole Bremseth 1961 Norway 82.0 m - 84.0
93 Hermann Weinbuch 1960 Germany 83.0 m - 83.4
94 Angel Stojanov 1958 Bulgaria 83.5 m - 83.1
95 Chris McNeill 1954 USA 82.0 m - 82.0
96 Valentin Boschitschkov - Bulgaria 81.5 m - 80.8
97 Anders Daun 1963 Sweden 81.0 m - 79.6
98 Gyula Henyel 1952 Hungary 80.5 m - 78.4
99 Gabor Geller - Hungary 79.5 m - 77.0
100 Sakae Tsuruga - Japan 75.5 m - 73.9
101 Zoltan Kelemen 1955 Hungary 77.5 m - 72.7
102 Vladimir Breitschew 1958 Bulgaria 77.0 m - 71.5
103 Massimo Rigoni 1961 Italy 76.0 m - 71.1
104 Laszlo Fischer 1962 Hungary 69.0 m - 59.8
105 Thomas Cano - Spain 68.0 m - 57.4
106 Peter Dimitrov 1958 Bulgaria 68.0 m - 56.4
107 Miklos Lovas 1959 Hungary 68.0 m - 55.4
108 Angel Joaniquet 1962 Spain 62.0 m - 46.0
109 Robert Fogarasi - Hungary 68.0 m - 37.4

Info

What World Cup
Discipline K104
Hill Innsbruck
Nation Austria
Date Friday 4.Jan 1980
Calendar 1979/1980