1997–98 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup

The 1997–98 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup was the 19th World Cup season in ski jumping and the 8th official World Cup season in ski flying. It began in Lillehammer, Norway on 29 November 1997 and finished in Planica, Slovenia on 22 March 1998. The individual World Cup was won by Primož Peterka and Nations Cup by Japan.

1997–98 World Cup
Winners
OverallSlovenia Primož Peterka
Ski Jumping (NH, LH)Slovenia Primož Peterka
Ski FlyingGermany Sven Hannawald
Four Hills TournamentJapan Kazuyoshi Funaki
Nordic TournamentAustria Andreas Widhölzl
Nations Cup Japan
Competitions
Venues20
Individual27
Cancelled1

Lower competitive circuits this season included the Grand Prix and Continental Cup.

Map of world cup hostsEdit

All 20 locations which have been hosting world cup events for men this season. Oberstdorf hosted world cup/ski flying world championships event and four hills tournament.

1997–98 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup (Asia)

  Four Hills Tournament   Nordic Tournament

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

NH – normal hill / LH – large hill / FH – flying hill
Num Season Date Place Hill Event Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
407 1 29 November 1997     Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken K120 (night) LH 240   Dieter Thoma   Jani Soininen   Noriaki Kasai   Dieter Thoma [1]
408 2 30 November 1997     Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken K120 (night) LH 241   Jani Soininen   Masahiko Harada   Dieter Thoma   Jani Soininen [2]
409 3 6 December 1997     Predazzo Trampolino dal Ben K90 (night) NH 131   Jani Soininen   Primož Peterka   Andreas Widhölzl [3]
410 4 8 December 1997     Villach Villacher Alpenarena K90 NH 132   Masahiko Harada   Dieter Thoma   Primož Peterka
  Mika Laitinen
[4]
411 5 12 December 1997     Harrachov Čerťák K90 NH 133   Masahiko Harada   Primož Peterka
  Dieter Thoma
  Masahiko Harada [5]
412 6 20 December 1997     Engelberg Gross-Titlis-Schanze K120 LH 242   Andreas Widhölzl   Stefan Horngacher   Janne Ahonen   Dieter Thoma [6]
413 7 21 December 1997     Engelberg Gross-Titlis-Schanze K120 LH 243   Masahiko Harada   Primož Peterka   Stefan Horngacher   Masahiko Harada [7]
414 8 29 December 1997     Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze K115 LH 244   Kazuyoshi Funaki   Hiroya Saito   Ari-Pekka Nikkola   Masahiko Harada [8]
415 9 1 January 1998     Garmisch-Partenkirchen Große Olympiaschanze K115 LH 245   Kazuyoshi Funaki   Masahiko Harada   Hiroya Saito [9]
416 10 4 January 1998     Innsbruck Bergiselschanze K110 LH 246   Kazuyoshi Funaki   Sven Hannawald   Janne Ahonen [10]
417 11 6 January 1998     Bischofshofen Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze K120 LH 247   Sven Hannawald   Hansjörg Jäkle   Janne Ahonen [11]
46th Four Hills Tournament Overall (29 December 1997 – 6 January 1998)   Kazuyoshi Funaki   Sven Hannawald   Janne Ahonen
418 12 11 January 1998     Ramsau W90-Mattensprunganlage K90 NH 134   Masahiko Harada   Kazuyoshi Funaki   Hiroya Saito   Masahiko Harada [12]
419 13 17 January 1998     Zakopane Wielka Krokiew K116 LH 248   Kristian Brenden   Janne Ahonen   Sven Hannawald [13]
420 14 18 January 1998     Zakopane Wielka Krokiew K116 LH 249   Primož Peterka   Kazuyoshi Funaki   Sven Hannawald [14]
FIS Ski Jumping World Cup / FIS Ski Flying World Cup / FIS Ski Flying World Championships 1998
421 15 24 January 1998     Oberstdorf Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze K185 FH 038   Sven Hannawald   Kazuyoshi Funaki   Kristian Brenden   Masahiko Harada [15]
422 16 25 January 1998     Oberstdorf Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze K185 FH 039   Kazuyoshi Funaki   Dieter Thoma   Sven Hannawald   Kazuyoshi Funaki [16]
423 17 5 February 1998     Sapporo Ōkurayama K120 LH 250   Andreas Widhölzl   Jani Soininen   Janne Ahonen   Kazuyoshi Funaki [17]
1998 Winter Olympics
28 February 1998     Vikersund Vikersundbakken K175 FH cnx bad weather; postponed on next day
424 18 1 March 1998     Vikersund Vikersundbakken K175 FH 040   Andreas Widhölzl   Sven Hannawald   Akira Higashi   Kazuyoshi Funaki [18]
425 19 1 March 1998     Vikersund Vikersundbakken K175 FH 041   Takanobu Okabe   Hiroya Saito   Noriaki Kasai [19]
426 20 4 March 1998     Kuopio Puijo K120 (night) LH 251   Andreas Widhölzl   Primož Peterka   Hiroya Saito [20]
427 21 7 March 1998     Lahti Salpausselkä K114 LH 252   Janne Ahonen   Andreas Widhölzl   Kristian Brenden   Kazuyoshi Funaki [21]
428 22 8 March 1998     Lahti Salpausselkä K114 LH 253   Primož Peterka   Jani Soininen   Kristian Brenden [22]
429 23 11 March 1998     Falun Lugnet K115 LH 254   Primož Peterka   Andreas Widhölzl   Hiroya Saito   Andreas Widhölzl [23]
430 24 13 March 1998     Trondheim Granåsen K120 LH 255   Masahiko Harada   Noriaki Kasai   Roberto Cecon [24]
431 25 15 March 1998     Oslo Holmenkollbakken K112 LH 256   Primož Peterka   Bruno Reuteler   Masahiko Harada [25]
2nd Nordic Tournament Overall (7–15 March 1998)   Andreas Widhölzl   Sven Hannawald   Hiroya Saito
432 26 21 March 1998     Planica Bloudkova velikanka K120 LH 257   Kazuyoshi Funaki   Primož Peterka   Hiroya Saito   Primož Peterka [26]
433 27 22 March 1998     Planica Bloudkova velikanka K120 LH 258   Noriaki Kasai   Hiroya Saito   Martin Höllwarth [27]

StandingsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "K120: Lillehammer". International Ski Federation. 29 November 1997.
  2. ^ "K120: Lillehammer". International Ski Federation. 30 November 1997.
  3. ^ "K90: Predazzo". International Ski Federation. 6 December 1997.
  4. ^ "K90: Villach". International Ski Federation. 8 December 1997.
  5. ^ "K90: - Harrachov". International Ski Federation. 12 December 1997.
  6. ^ "K120: Engelberg". International Ski Federation. 20 December 1997.
  7. ^ "K120: Engelberg". International Ski Federation. 21 December 1997.
  8. ^ "K115: Oberstdorf". International Ski Federation. 29 December 1997.
  9. ^ "K115: Garmisch-Partenkirchen". International Ski Federation. 1 January 1998.
  10. ^ "K110: Innsbruck". International Ski Federation. 4 January 1998.
  11. ^ "K120: Bischofshofen". International Ski Federation. 6 January 1998.
  12. ^ "K90: Ramsau". International Ski Federation. 11 January 1998.
  13. ^ "K116: Zakopane". International Ski Federation. 17 January 1998.
  14. ^ "K116: Zakopane". International Ski Federation. 18 Jan 1998.
  15. ^ "K185: Oberstdorf". International Ski Federation. 24 January 1998.
  16. ^ "K185: Oberstdorf". International Ski Federation. 25 January 1998.
  17. ^ "K120: Sapporo". International Ski Federation. 5 February 1998.
  18. ^ "K175: Vikersund". International Ski Federation. 1 March 1998.
  19. ^ "K175: Vikersund". International Ski Federation. 1 March 1998.
  20. ^ "K90: Kuopio". International Ski Federation. 4 March 1998.
  21. ^ "K114: Lahti". International Ski Federation. 7 March 1998.
  22. ^ "K114: Lahti". International Ski Federation. 8 March 1998.
  23. ^ "K115: Falun". International Ski Federation. 11 March 1998.
  24. ^ "K120: Trondheim". International Ski Federation. 13 March 1998.
  25. ^ "K112: Oslo". International Ski Federation. 15 March 1998.
  26. ^ "K120: Planica". International Ski Federation. 21 March 1998.
  27. ^ "K120: Planica". International Ski Federation. 22 March 1998.