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Name Born Nation Ranking Wins T-3 T-10 T-30 -
Tord Asle Gjerdalen 1983 Norway 1 (530 pts) 2 2 2 4
Morten Eide Pedersen 1987 Norway 2 (410 pts) - - 4 4
Oskar Kardin 1992 Sweden 3 (385 pts) - - 3 3
Ilia Chernousov 1986 Russia 4 (370 pts) - 2 2 3
Stian Hoelgaard 1991 Norway 5 (361 pts) - 1 3 4
Andreas Nygaard 1990 Norway 6 (348 pts) 1 1 2 3
Ermil Vokuev 1992 Russia 7 (341 pts) - - 2 4
Øyvind Moen Fjeld 1988 Norway 8 (315 pts) - - 2 4
Anders Mølmen Høst 1991 Norway 9 (312 pts) - - 2 4
Tore Bjørseth Berdal 1988 Norway 10 (306 pts) - - 3 4
Anders Aukland 1972 Norway 11 (298 pts) - 1 1 3
Anton Karlsson 1990 Sweden 12 (291 pts) - 1 2 4
Andreas Holmberg 1992 Sweden 13 (263 pts) - 1 1 3
Torleif Syrstad 1994 Norway 14 (244 pts) - - 1 4
Simen Østensen 1984 Norway 15 (235 pts) - - 3 3
Bob Impola 1992 Sweden 16 (233 pts) - - - 3
Torgeir Skare Thygesen 1989 Norway 17 (227 pts) - 1 1 1
Marcus Johansson 1990 Sweden 18 (219 pts) - - 1 4
Jimmie Johnsson 1985 Sweden 19 (196 pts) - - 1 3
Alexey Dvoskin 1983 Russia 20 (182 pts) - - - 3
Magnus Vesterheim 1994 Norway 21 (162 pts) - - - 3
Fredrik Byström 1982 Sweden 22 (155 pts) - 1 2 2
Oscar Persson 1992 Sweden 22 (155 pts) 1 1 1 3
Jan Srail 1990 Czech Republic 24 (150 pts) - - - 3
Mauro Brigadoi 1992 Italy 25 (146 pts) - - - 3
Stanislav Rezac 1973 Czech Republic 26 (136 pts) - - - 1
Jiri Rocarek 1983 Czech Republic 27 (132 pts) - - - 1
Rikard Tynell 1986 Sweden 27 (132 pts) - - - 1
Klas Nilsson 1986 Sweden 29 (131 pts) - - - 1
Kjetil Dammen 1983 Norway 30 (127 pts) - - - 3
Vetle Thyli 1989 Norway 31 (126 pts) - - - 3
Thomas Gifstad 1992 Norway 32 (122 pts) - - - 1
Petr Novak 1982 Czech Republic 32 (122 pts) - - - 2
Markus Ottosson 1986 Sweden 32 (122 pts) - - - 2
Jiri Pliska 1981 Czech Republic 35 (113 pts) - - - 1
Michael Kuisle 1995 Germany 36 (112 pts) - - - -
Bruno Debertolis 1978 Italy 37 (110 pts) - - - 1
Pavel Ondrasek 1992 Czech Republic 38 (106 pts) - - - 1
Jens Eriksson 1987 Sweden 39 (99 pts) - - - 1
Eric Thomas 1987 Germany 40 (98 pts) - - - -
Niko Koskela 1990 Finland 41 (95 pts) - - - 1
Lukas Bauer 1977 Czech Republic 42 (92 pts) - - - 1
Björn Rydvall 1981 Sweden 43 (91 pts) - - - -
Robin Frost 1993 Germany 44 (90 pts) - - - -
Ari Luusua 1988 Finland 44 (90 pts) - - 1 1
Maxim Kovalev 1989 Russia 46 (81 pts) - - - 2
Nils Weirich 1997 Germany 46 (81 pts) - - - -
Thomas Gjestrumbakken 1994 Norway 48 (80 pts) - - - -
Øystein Pettersen 1983 Norway 48 (80 pts) - - - 2
Jörgen Brink 1974 Sweden 50 (76 pts) - - - 2
Christoffer Lindvall 1993 Finland 51 (75 pts) - - - -
Vinjar Skogsholm 1994 Norway 51 (75 pts) - - - 1
Kristoffer Nielsen 1988 Norway 53 (73 pts) - - - -
Christian Winker 1996 Germany 54 (72 pts) - - - -
Fabian Stocek 1994 Czech Republic 55 (71 pts) - - - -
Stian Berg 1994 Norway 56 (69 pts) - - - -
Thomas Freimuth 1980 Germany 57 (68 pts) - - - -
Viktor Mäenpää 1994 Finland 57 (68 pts) - - - -
Francesco Ferrari 1994 Italy 59 (66 pts) - - - 1
Antti Lampinen 1983 Finland 59 (66 pts) - - - 2
Kjetil Tyrom 1995 Norway 61 (65 pts) - - - -
Ståle Fenstad 1986 Norway 62 (64 pts) - - - -
Pål Åge Joten 1992 Norway 63 (63 pts) - - - -
Jakub Psenicka 1991 Czech Republic 63 (63 pts) - - - -
Sigurd Sollien Hulbak 1995 Norway 65 (60 pts) - - - -
Atle Smenes 1989 Norway 66 (58 pts) - - - -
Florian Göbel 1972 Germany 67 (57 pts) - - - -
Philipp Bachl 1989 Austria 68 (52 pts) - - - -
Anders Kampenhøy 1993 Norway 68 (52 pts) - - - -
Hannes Mäenpää 1996 Finland 68 (52 pts) - - - -
Alexis Jeannerod 1991 France 71 (51 pts) - - - 1
Philip Bellingham 1991 Australia 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Gustaf Berglund 1978 Sweden 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Daniel Debertin 1992 Germany 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Martin Doppelreiter 1994 Austria 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Christoph Friedl 1965 Germany 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Mikko Harju 1987 Finland 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Runar Hermo 1990 Norway 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Jöri Kindschi 1986 Switzerland 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Linard Kindschi 1993 Switzerland 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Fabio Lechner 1994 Switzerland 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Livio Matossi 1997 Switzerland 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Simen Engebretsen Nordli 1991 Norway 72 (50 pts) - - - 1
Stefan Petritsch 1985 Austria 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Gian Flurin Pfäffli 1996 Switzerland 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Miika Ruokonen 1990 Finland 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Thomas Stöggl 1977 Austria 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Jan Svoboda 1986 Czech Republic 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Olli Tyrvainen 1993 Finland 72 (50 pts) - - - -
Jerry Ahrlin 1978 Sweden 90 (39 pts) - - - 1
Nikita Stupak 1987 Russia 91 (37 pts) - - - 1
Eugeniy Dementiev 1983 Russia 92 (35 pts) - - - 1
Keishin Yoshida 1987 Japan 93 (31 pts) - - - 1
John Kristian Dahl 1981 Norway 94 (28 pts) - - - -
Mats Håkon Breda 1989 Norway 95 (27 pts) - - - -
Johan Lövgren 1991 Sweden 96 (26 pts) - - - -
Vaclav Sedlacek 1986 Czech Republic 97 (22 pts) - - - -
Hans Mäenpää 1979 Finland 98 (19 pts) - - - -
Simone Bosin 1991 Italy 99 (18 pts) - - - -
Vegard Kjølhammer 1985 Norway 100 (17 pts) - - - -
Loris Frasnelli 1979 Italy 101 (16 pts) - - - -
Curdin Perl 1984 Switzerland 102 (15 pts) - - - -
Antonin Pellegrini 1993 France 103 (12 pts) - - - -
Pavel Janecek 1990 Czech Republic 104 (11 pts) - - - -
Enrico Gilmozzi - Italy 105 (9 pts) - - - -
Arnaud Du Pasquier 1992 Switzerland 106 (8 pts) - - - -
Ole Hulbak 1994 Norway 107 (6 pts) - - - -
Michal Sedlacek - Czech Republic 107 (6 pts) - - - -
Nicolas Bormolini 1993 Italy 109 (5 pts) - - - -
Jakob Meløy 1993 Norway 109 (5 pts) - - - -
Alexander Bochkarev 1970 Russia 111 (4 pts) - - - -
Daniel Maka 1992 Czech Republic 111 (4 pts) - - - -
Ole Jakob Næss 1972 Norway 111 (4 pts) - - - -
Johannes Eder 1979 Austria 114 (3 pts) - - - -
Christian Foyn - Norway 114 (3 pts) - - - -
Konstantin Drygin 1973 Russia 116 (1 pts) - - - -
Sebastian Torgersen 1994 Norway 116 (1 pts) - - - -