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Name Born Nation Rank SJ.rank SJ.avg CC.rank CC.avg Races Average Wins T-3 T-10 T-30
Eric Frenzel 1988 Germany 1 (1734) 1 (1233) 5.0 6 (757) 9.4 21 2.5 10 18 20 21
Johannes Rydzek 1991 Germany 2 (1609) 4 (937) 8.9 1 (1178) 6.7 21 2.5 8 17 21 21
Akito Watabe 1988 Japan 3 (1086) 3 (956) 7.8 8 (634) 12.6 22 5.4 2 7 21 22
Fabian Rießle 1990 Germany 4 (1069) 9 (518) 14.4 3 (1006) 6.4 21 6.3 2 8 18 21
Björn Kircheisen 1983 Germany 5 (748) 10 (504) 12.6 9 (577) 10.8 20 8.5 1 3 15 20
Mario Seidl 1992 Austria 6 (719) 2 (1170) 4.2 32 (171) 22.8 19 8.4 - 2 12 19
Ilkka Herola 1995 Finland 7 (475) 27 (218) 22.8 4 (795) 9.6 20 12.9 - - 9 19
Eero Hirvonen 1996 Finland 8 (464) 14 (382) 16.6 16 (363) 14.7 18 13.5 - 1 7 18
Wilhelm Denifl 1980 Austria 9 (442) 6 (548) 13.7 30 (177) 23.1 20 16.9 - 2 5 17
Bernhard Gruber 1982 Austria 10 (436) 11 (432) 18.5 17 (356) 15.2 15 12.1 - 1 9 13
Jørgen Graabak 1991 Norway 11 (422) 28 (215) 19.7 15 (385) 10.5 14 10.5 - 2 8 14
François Braud 1986 France 12 (405) 24 (268) 20.0 12 (430) 14.2 19 15.4 - 1 5 18
Manuel Faißt 1993 Germany 13 (389) 12 (424) 17.2 20 (312) 16.8 18 14.6 - 1 7 17
Samuel Costa 1992 Italy 14 (383) 7 (545) 13.6 35 (140) 24.1 18 16.6 - 2 6 17
Espen Andersen 1993 Norway 15 (377) 17 (367) 16.8 23 (273) 17.1 18 15.1 - - 5 18
Tim Hug 1987 Switzerland 16 (357) 16 (372) 20.1 21 (279) 21.4 23 21.0 - 1 5 20
Philipp Orter 1994 Austria 17 (331) 36 (158) 25.2 7 (677) 12.1 21 17.5 - - 4 20
Magnus Krog 1987 Norway 18 (323) 29 (213) 20.1 19 (332) 18.3 16 16.9 - - 6 15
Franz-Josef Rehrl 1993 Austria 19 (294) 5 (594) 13.4 34 (156) 24.8 20 18.7 - - 3 19
Vinzenz Geiger 1997 Germany 20 (287) 20 (340) 13.2 36 (131) 21.6 11 14.5 - 1 5 10
David Pommer 1993 Austria 21 (274) 22 (289) 18.4 27 (218) 20.6 16 17.5 - - 7 14
Hideaki Nagai 1983 Japan 22 (270) 25 (262) 22.6 21 (279) 20.3 23 21.1 - - 2 19
Jan Schmid 1983 Norway 23 (263) 21 (313) 16.3 25 (254) 23.1 16 20.0 - - 5 12
Mikko Kokslien 1985 Norway 24 (246) 51 (37) 34.5 5 (761) 5.8 13 17.2 - 1 4 10
Yoshito Watabe 1991 Japan 24 (246) 18 (360) 19.6 29 (182) 26.3 23 23.3 - - 2 18
Magnus Moan 1983 Norway 26 (225) 48 (66) 27.8 18 (333) 8.6 9 15.3 - 1 5 8
Paul Gerstgraser 1995 Austria 27 (205) 57 (20) 35.8 2 (1009) 6.4 17 21.4 - - 1 13
Lukas Klapfer 1985 Austria 28 (197) 33 (178) 23.6 26 (235) 20.9 18 22.0 - - 2 16
Håvard Klemetsen 1979 Norway 29 (188) 26 (260) 20.1 41 (88) 28.0 17 22.5 - - 1 13
Terence Weber 1996 Germany 30 (187) 8 (528) 12.6 49 (46) 32.0 20 23.7 - - - 14
Jakob Lange 1995 Germany 31 (165) 53 (27) 36.5 11 (501) 12.2 18 24.8 - - 1 12
Takehiro Watanabe 1993 Japan 32 (144) 15 (375) 18.8 44 (77) 32.5 19 26.7 - - 2 10
Antoine Gérard 1995 France 33 (135) 44 (89) 27.9 24 (257) 15.7 13 21.7 - - 1 10
Bryan Fletcher 1986 USA 34 (131) 50 (38) 32.9 14 (402) 13.8 15 24.3 - - 1 9
Maxime Laheurte 1985 France 35 (120) 19 (356) 15.1 56 (27) 32.7 16 24.2 - - - 12
Leevi Mutru 1995 Finland 36 (106) 31 (195) 25.3 39 (111) 27.8 19 28.3 - - 1 13
TomᚠPortyk 1996 Czech Republic 37 (103) 34 (170) 21.9 47 (59) 28.5 14 25.0 - - - 11
Alessandro Pittin 1990 Italy 38 (92) 999 41.8 10 (555) 5.1 8 22.0 - - - 6
Jarl Magnus Riiber 1997 Norway 39 (90) 13 (400) 1.0 999 36.8 4 13.5 - - 2 4
Taihei Kato 1984 Japan 40 (88) 23 (286) 19.6 48 (49) 34.9 19 30.7 - - 1 9
Miroslav Dvořák 1987 Czech Republic 41 (82) 52 (28) 33.1 37 (126) 25.0 15 28.9 - - - 8
Kristjan Ilves 1996 Estonia 42 (81) 32 (179) 22.9 54 (37) 33.7 15 29.1 - - - 9
Adam Cieślar 1992 Poland 43 (53) 46 (80) 32.9 51 (38) 32.7 10 33.2 - - 1 4
Truls Sønstehagen Johansen 1991 Norway 44 (52) 61 (12) 38.4 32 (171) 20.3 9 31.4 - - - 5
Aguri Shimizu 1992 Japan 45 (45) 38 (123) 27.0 57 (26) 35.8 19 33.1 - - - 8
Martin Fritz 1994 Austria 46 (42) 55 (23) 28.0 42 (84) 19.3 7 25.0 - - - 7
Harald Lemmerer 1991 Austria 47 (35) 58 (19) 35.0 43 (82) 23.9 8 30.6 - - - 4
Harald Johnas Riiber 1995 Norway 47 (35) 42 (98) 19.0 59 (10) 31.6 5 26.2 - - - 4
Taylor Fletcher 1990 USA 49 (34) 999 44.9 13 (408) 10.1 11 31.0 - - - 6
Paweł Słowiok 1992 Poland 50 (28) 69 (2) 40.2 38 (121) 26.5 13 34.7 - - - 3
Sindre Ure Søtvik 1992 Norway 51 (25) 45 (82) 26.1 65 (6) 36.6 7 34.1 - - - 4
Viacheslav Barkov 1992 Russia 52 (22) 59 (15) 42.4 55 (36) 34.8 8 39.3 - - - 2
Lukas Greiderer 1993 Austria 53 (20) 65 (7) 28.7 51 (38) 18.3 3 24.3 - - - 3
Hisaki Nagamine 1997 Japan 54 (18) 30 (200) 1.0 999 40.0 2 22.0 - - - 2
Espen Bjørnstad 1993 Norway 55 (17) 55 (23) 35.1 58 (19) 34.4 7 35.9 - - - 3
Laurent Muhlethaler 1997 France 55 (17) 39 (119) 22.5 68 (3) 38.7 12 35.5 - - - 4
Ernest Yahin 1991 Russia 55 (17) 40 (115) 23.5 64 (7) 37.5 13 33.5 - - - 4
Arttu Mäkiaho 1997 Finland 58 (15) 73 (1) 41.4 40 (93) 22.5 10 34.1 - - - 2
Hannu Manninen 1978 Finland 59 (13) 999 43.0 45 (73) 14.3 3 29.7 - - - 1
Thomas Kjelbotn 1986 Norway 60 (10) 54 (24) 11.0 66 (5) 26.0 1 21.0 - - - 1
Go Sonehara 1993 Japan 61 (9) 61 (12) 25.0 61 (9) 26.5 2 26.5 - - - 2
Hugo Buffard 1994 France 62 (8) 999 44.7 31 (176) 4.0 3 34.3 - - - 1
Marjan Jelenko 1991 Slovenia 63 (5) 47 (79) 30.7 72 (2) 38.9 14 36.8 - - - 3
Ondřej Pažout 1998 Czech Republic 64 (4) 49 (42) 20.8 999 42.3 4 34.8 - - - 1
Bernhard Flaschberger 1996 Austria 65 (2) 999 49.2 28 (208) 5.5 4 36.5 - - - 1
Matti Herola 1993 Finland 65 (2) 65 (7) 38.3 66 (5) 35.3 6 38.5 - - - 2
Je-Un Park 1993 South Korea 67 (1) 69 (2) 40.3 72 (2) 40.0 3 41.0 - - - 1
Karl-August Tiirmaa 1989 Estonia 67 (1) 69 (2) 38.9 68 (3) 39.0 7 40.1 - - - 1