2016–17 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup

The 2016–17 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup was the 38th World Cup season in ski jumping for men, the 20th official World Cup season in ski flying and the 6th World Cup season for ladies. The season began on 26 November 2016 in Kuusamo, Finland and concluded on 26 March 2017 in Planica, Slovenia.[1][2]

2016–17 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
Discipline Men Women
Overall Austria Stefan Kraft Japan Sara Takanashi
Nations Cup Poland Poland  Japan
Ski Flying Austria Stefan Kraft
Stage events
Raw Air Austria Stefan Kraft
Four Hills Tournament Poland Kamil Stoch
Competition
Edition 38th 6th
Locations 19 10
Individual 26 19
Team 6
Cancelled 2 0
Rescheduled 2 0

The season calendar was officially confirmed two months later at the congress in Cancún, Mexico. After a four-year absence, the FIS Team Tour 2017 was almost certain to return in the World Cup calendar, but cancelled in the last moment when Klingenthal had to replace Titisee-Neustadt early in the season. South Korea hosted a World Cup event for the first time, in Pyeongchang.

The first edition of the Raw Air was held this season in Norway between 10–19 March 2017 on four different hills in Oslo, Lillehammer, Trondheim, and Vikersund. The competition lasted for ten consecutive days with a total of 16 rounds in overall standings: 8 rounds from four individual events, 4 rounds from two team events and all 4 qualifications rounds. The competition also had a record high prize money of €100,000 in total for top 3 competitors in overall standings: €60,000 for the title, €30,000 for the second place and €10,000 for the third place.[3]

This season a total of four different ski brands supplied the athletes. The two new ski manufactures premiered in the circuit and replaced the two brands that stopped the production: German company Verivox replaced Fluege.de and Slovenian company Slatnar instead of Elan. Fischer and Sport 2000 were also present.[4]

Invention by Slovenian manufacturer, with LED lights illuminated inrun track, was presented for the first time to the public at the International Ski Federation fall meeting this season in Zürich. It premiered in December at Engelberg, since they equipped their completely new inrun track with it.[5]

Map of world cup hostsEdit

All 23 locations hosting world cup events for men (19) and ladies (10) in this season. Pyeongchang was the new host in 2017.

2016–17 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup (Asia)

  Raw Air   Four Hills Tournament   Ladies only   New host premiere

CalendarEdit

MenEdit

NH – normal hill / LH – large hill / FH – flying hill
Num Season Date Place Hill Type Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
900 1 25 November 2016     Ruka Rukatunturi HS142 (night) LH 637   Domen Prevc   Severin Freund   Peter Prevc   Domen Prevc [6]
901 2 26 November 2016     Ruka Rukatunturi HS142 (night) LH 638   Severin Freund   Daniel-André Tande   Manuel Fettner   Severin Freund [7]
902 3 4 December 2016     Klingenthal Vogtland Arena HS140 (night) LH 639   Domen Prevc   Daniel-André Tande   Stefan Kraft   Domen Prevc [8]
10 December 2016     Nizhny Tagil Tramplin Stork HS134 (night) LH cnx Official calendar was changed and rescheduled to Lillehammer; organizers didn't install the wind net and pay the prize money on time[9][10]
11 December 2016     Nizhny Tagil Tramplin Stork HS134 (night) LH cnx
903 4 [nb 1] 10 December 2016     Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS138 (night) LH 640   Domen Prevc   Daniel-André Tande   Stefan Kraft   Domen Prevc [11]
904 5 [nb 2] 11 December 2016     Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS138 (night) LH 641   Kamil Stoch   Maciej Kot   Markus Eisenbichler [12]
905 6 17 December 2016     Engelberg Gross-Titlis-Schanze HS140 (night) LH 642   Michael Hayböck   Domen Prevc   Andreas Kofler [13]
906 7 18 December 2016     Engelberg Gross-Titlis-Schanze HS140 LH 643   Domen Prevc   Kamil Stoch   Stefan Kraft [14]
907 8 30 December 2016     Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze HS137 (night) LH 644   Stefan Kraft   Kamil Stoch   Michael Hayböck   Domen Prevc [15]
908 9 1 January 2017     Garmisch-Partenkirchen Große Olympiaschanze HS140 LH 645   Daniel-André Tande   Kamil Stoch   Stefan Kraft [16]
909 10 [nb 3] 4 January 2017     Innsbruck Bergiselschanze HS130 LH 646   Daniel-André Tande   Robert Johansson   Evgeniy Klimov   Daniel-André Tande [17]
910 11 6 January 2017     Bischofshofen Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze HS140 (night) LH 647   Kamil Stoch   Michael Hayböck   Piotr Żyła   Domen Prevc [18]
65th Four Hills Tournament Overall (30 December 2016 – 6 January 2017)   Kamil Stoch   Piotr Żyła   Daniel-André Tande
911 12 14 January 2017     Wisła Malinka HS134 (night) LH 648   Kamil Stoch   Stefan Kraft   Andreas Wellinger   Kamil Stoch [19]
912 13 15 January 2017     Wisła Malinka HS134 (night) LH 649   Kamil Stoch   Daniel-André Tande   Domen Prevc [20]
913 14 22 January 2017     Zakopane Wielka Krokiew HS134 (night) LH 650   Kamil Stoch   Andreas Wellinger   Richard Freitag [21]
914 15 29 January 2017     Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze HS145 LH 651   Andreas Wellinger   Stefan Kraft   Manuel Fettner [22]
915 16 4 February 2017     Oberstdorf Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze HS225 (night) FH 111   Stefan Kraft   Andreas Wellinger   Kamil Stoch [23]
916 17 [nb 4] 5 February 2017     Oberstdorf Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze HS225 FH 112   Stefan Kraft   Andreas Wellinger   Jurij Tepeš [24]
917 18 11 February 2017     Sapporo Ōkurayama HS137 (night) LH 652   Maciej Kot
  Peter Prevc
  Stefan Kraft [25]
918 19 12 February 2017     Sapporo Ōkurayama HS137 LH 653   Kamil Stoch   Andreas Wellinger   Stefan Kraft [26]
919 20 15 February 2017     Pyeongchang Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre HS140 (night) LH 654   Stefan Kraft   Andreas Wellinger   Kamil Stoch [27]
920 21 [nb 5] 16 February 2017     Pyeongchang Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre HS109 (night) NH 154   Maciej Kot   Stefan Kraft   Andreas Wellinger [28]
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2017
prologue 10 March 2017     Oslo Holmenkollbakken HS134 LH Qro   Andreas Wellinger   Peter Prevc   Richard Freitag qualification round results [29]
team 11 March 2017     Oslo Holmenkollbakken HS134 LH Tev   Stefan Kraft   Piotr Żyła   Michael Hayböck two team rounds results
921 22 12 March 2017     Oslo Holmenkollbakken HS134 LH 655   Stefan Kraft   Andreas Wellinger   Markus Eisenbichler   Stefan Kraft [30]
prologue 13 March 2017     Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS138 (night) LH Qro   Markus Eisenbichler   Richard Freitag   Stefan Kraft qualification round results [31]
14 March 2017     Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS138 (night) LH cnx strong wind; rescheduled to Vikersund
prologue 15 March 2017     Trondheim Granåsen HS140 (night) LH Qro   Kamil Stoch   Andreas Stjernen   Andreas Wellinger qualification round results [32]
922 23 16 March 2017     Trondheim Granåsen HS140 (night) LH 656   Stefan Kraft   Andreas Stjernen   Andreas Wellinger   Stefan Kraft [33]
[nb 6] 17 March 2017     Vikersund Vikersundbakken HS225 FH cnx strong wind; rescheduled one-round competition from Lillehammer was converted to prologue
prologue 17 March 2017     Vikersund Vikersundbakken HS225 (night) FH Qro   Kamil Stoch   Andreas Wellinger   Domen Prevc qualification round results [34]
team 18 March 2017     Vikersund Vikersundbakken HS225 FH Tev   Stefan Kraft   Kamil Stoch   Andreas Wellinger two team rounds results
923 24 19 March 2017     Vikersund Vikersundbakken HS225 FH 113   Kamil Stoch   Noriaki Kasai   Michael Hayböck   Stefan Kraft [35]
1st Raw Air Overall (10–19 March); 2 team rounds + 4 prologues/qualifications included   Stefan Kraft   Kamil Stoch   Andreas Wellinger
924 25 24 March 2017     Planica Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS225 FH 114   Stefan Kraft   Andreas Wellinger   Markus Eisenbichler   Stefan Kraft [36]
925 26 [nb 7] 26 March 2017     Planica Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS225 FH 115   Stefan Kraft   Andreas Wellinger   Noriaki Kasai [37]

LadiesEdit

NH – normal hill / LH – large hill
Num Season Date Place Hill Event Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
78 1 2 December 2016     Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS100 (night) NH 073   Sara Takanashi   Yūki Itō   Anna Rupprecht   Sara Takanashi [38]
79 2 3 December 2016     Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS100 (night) NH 074   Sara Takanashi   Yūki Itō   Jacqueline Seifriedsberger [39]
80 3 10 December 2016     Nizhny Tagil Tramplin Stork HS100 (night) NH 075   Maren Lundby   Daniela Iraschko-Stolz   Sara Takanashi [40]
81 4 11 December 2016     Nizhny Tagil Tramplin Stork HS100 (night) NH 076   Sara Takanashi   Daniela Iraschko-Stolz   Jacqueline Seifriedsberger [41]
82 5 7 January 2017     Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze HS137 (night) LH 006   Sara Takanashi   Irina Avvakumova   Yūki Itō [42]
83 6 8 January 2017     Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze HS137 (night) LH 007   Sara Takanashi   Ema Klinec   Irina Avvakumova [43]
84 7 14 January 2017     Sapporo Miyanomori HS100 NH 077   Yūki Itō   Sara Takanashi   Maren Lundby [44]
85 8 15 January 2017     Sapporo Miyanomori HS100 NH 078   Maren Lundby   Yūki Itō   Katharina Althaus [45]
86 9 20 January 2017     Zaō Yamagata HS103 (night) NH 079   Yūki Itō   Manuela Malsiner   Irina Avvakumova [46]
87 10 21 January 2017     Zaō Yamagata HS103 (night) NH 080   Yūki Itō   Sara Takanashi   Maren Lundby [47]
88 11 28 January 2017     Râșnov Trambulina Valea Cărbunării HS100 NH 081   Maren Lundby   Sara Takanashi   Yūki Itō [48]
89 12 29 January 2017     Râșnov Trambulina Valea Cărbunării HS100 NH 082   Sara Takanashi   Maren Lundby   Daniela Iraschko-Stolz [49]
90 13 4 February 2017     Hinzenbach Aigner-Schanze HS94 NH 083   Sara Takanashi   Katharina Althaus   Carina Vogt [50]
91 14 5 February 2017     Hinzenbach Aigner-Schanze HS94 NH 084   Sara Takanashi   Carina Vogt   Maren Lundby [51]
92 15 11 February 2017     Ljubno Savina Ski Jumping Center HS95 NH 085   Maren Lundby   Daniela Iraschko-Stolz   Katharina Althaus [52]
93 16 12 February 2017     Ljubno Savina Ski Jumping Center HS95 NH 086   Katharina Althaus   Carina Vogt   Svenja Würth [53]
94 17 15 February 2017     Pyeongchang Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre HS109 (night) NH 087   Yūki Itō   Sara Takanashi   Ema Klinec [54]
95 18 16 February 2017     Pyeongchang Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre HS109 NH 088   Sara Takanashi   Yūki Itō   Maren Lundby [55]
FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2017
96 19 12 March 2017     Oslo Holmenkollbakken HS134 LH 008   Yūki Itō   Sara Takanashi   Maren Lundby   Sara Takanashi [56]

Men's teamEdit

Num Season Date Place Hill Event Winner Second Third Yellow bib Ref.
82 1 3 December 2016     Klingenthal Vogtland Arena HS140 (night) LH 063   Poland
Piotr Żyła
Kamil Stoch
Dawid Kubacki
Maciej Kot
  Germany
Markus Eisenbichler
Andreas Wellinger
Richard Freitag
Severin Freund
  Austria
Michael Hayböck
Stefan Kraft
Andreas Kofler
Manuel Fettner
  Germany [57]
83 2 21 January 2017     Zakopane Wielka Krokiew HS134 (night) LH 064   Germany
Markus Eisenbichler
Andreas Wellinger
Stephan Leyhe
Richard Freitag
  Poland
Piotr Żyła
Maciej Kot
Dawid Kubacki
Kamil Stoch
  Slovenia
Jurij Tepeš
Peter Prevc
Jernej Damjan
Domen Prevc
  Poland [58]
84 3 28 January 2017     Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze HS145 (night) LH 065   Poland
Piotr Żyła
Dawid Kubacki
Maciej Kot
Kamil Stoch
  Austria
Michael Hayböck
Manuel Fettner
Gregor Schlierenzauer
Stefan Kraft
  Germany
Markus Eisenbichler
Stephan Leyhe
Andreas Wellinger
Richard Freitag
[59]
85 4 11 March 2017     Oslo Holmenkollbakken HS134 LH 066   Austria
Michael Hayböck
Manuel Fettner
Markus Schiffner
Stefan Kraft
  Germany
Markus Eisenbichler
Stephan Leyhe
Richard Freitag
Andreas Wellinger
  Poland
Piotr Żyła
Kamil Stoch
Dawid Kubacki
Maciej Kot
  Poland [60]
86 5 18 March 2017     Vikersund Vikersundbakken HS225 FH 018   Norway
Daniel-André Tande
Robert Johansson
Johann André Forfang
Andreas Stjernen
  Poland
Piotr Żyła
Dawid Kubacki
Maciej Kot
Kamil Stoch
  Austria
Michael Hayböck
Manuel Fettner
Gregor Schlierenzauer
Stefan Kraft
[61]
87 6 25 March 2017     Planica Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS225 FH 019   Norway
Robert Johansson
Johann André Forfang
Anders Fannemel
Andreas Stjernen
  Germany
Markus Eisenbichler
Richard Freitag
Karl Geiger
Andreas Wellinger
  Poland
Piotr Żyła
Dawid Kubacki
Maciej Kot
Kamil Stoch
  Poland [62]

Men's standingsEdit

Ladies' standingsEdit

Yellow bib timelineEdit

MenEdit

Stefan KraftKamil StochDomen PrevcDaniel-André TandeDomen PrevcSeverin FreundDomen Prevc
PolandAustriaGermany

LadiesEdit

Sara Takanashi
Japan

Raw AirEdit

Andreas WellingerStefan KraftAndreas WellingerStefan KraftAndreas Wellinger

Ski FlyingEdit

Stefan Kraft

Four Hills TournamentEdit

Kamil StochDaniel-André TandeKamil StochStefan Kraft

QualificationsEdit

ParticipantsEdit

Overall, a total of 22 countries for both men and ladies participated in this season:

Asia (4)
Europe (16)
North America (2)

AchievementsEdit

First World Cup career victory
First World Cup podium
Number of wins this season (in brackets are all-time wins)

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ First men's cancelled individual event from Nizhny Tagil was rescheduled to Lillehammer on 10 December 2016.
  2. ^ Second men's cancelled individual event from Nizhny Tagil was rescheduled to Lillehammer on 11 December 2016.
  3. ^ Second round for men in Innsbruck was canceled due to strong wind. Only first round counted as official result.
  4. ^ Second round of ski flying event in Oberstdorf was canceled on 5 February 2017.
  5. ^ Second men's individual event in Pyeongchang, scheduled on 16 February 2017 at large hill, was moved to normal hill because of the strong wind.
  6. ^ Canceled individual event from 14 March in Lilehammer was rescheduled to a ski flying hill in Vikersund as a one-round event on 17 March.
  7. ^ Final round of the event in Planica was cancelled due to strong wind on 26 March 2017.
  8. ^ Ladies' qualifications in Nizhny Tagil are postponed from 9 to 10 December 2016. Some skis did not arrive in Russia on time.

ReferencesEdit

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  3. ^ "RAW AIR: 10 days Ski Jumping on the edge". International Ski Federation. Archived from the original on 2 October 2016. Retrieved 29 September 2016.
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  9. ^ "FIS meetings in Zurich: No World Cup this season for men in Nizhny Tagil". International Ski Federation. Archived from the original on 1 October 2016. Retrieved 28 September 2016.
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  52. ^ "Ladies HS95: Ljubno" (PDF). International Ski Federation. Retrieved 11 February 2017.
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