2016–17 Four Hills Tournament

The 2016–17 Four Hills Tournament took place at the four traditional venues of Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck and Bischofshofen, located in Germany and Austria, between 29 December 2016 and 6 January 2017.

Four Hills Tournament
at the 2016–17 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
VenueSchattenbergschanze, Große Olympiaschanze, Bergiselschanze, Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze
LocationGermany, Austria
Dates29 December 2016 (2016-12-29) – 6 January 2017 (2017-01-06)
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 

ResultsEdit

OberstdorfEdit

  HS 137 Schattenbergschanze, Germany
30 December 2016[1]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Stefan Kraft   Austria 139.0 134.5 308.0
2 Kamil Stoch   Poland 137.0 135.0 305.2
3 Michael Hayböck   Austria 135.0 133.0 296.2
4 Daniel-André Tande   Norway 130.5 138.5 295.4
5 Manuel Fettner   Austria 132.5 135.0 294.9
6 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 135.0 133.5 293.1
7 Piotr Żyła   Poland 133.0 133.0 291.9
8 Cene Prevc   Slovenia 132.5 132.0 284.4
9 Jurij Tepeš   Slovenia 133.5 131.0 283.2
10 Peter Prevc   Slovenia 130.0 135.0 281.8

Garmisch-PartenkirchenEdit

  HS 140 Große Olympiaschanze, Germany
1 January 2017[2]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Daniel-André Tande   Norway 138.0 142.0 289.2
2 Kamil Stoch   Poland 135.5 143.0 286.0
3 Stefan Kraft   Austria 137.0 140.0 282.4
4 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 136.5 139.5 278.9
5 Domen Prevc   Slovenia 136.0 139.0 278.5
6 Piotr Żyła   Poland 137.0 137.0 278.1
7 Maciej Kot   Poland 135.5 135.0 269.6
8 Stephan Leyhe   Germany 135.5 134.0 268.8
9 Vincent Descombes Sevoie   France 133.0 137.0 268.1
10 Michael Hayböck   Austria 133.0 135.5 265.3

InnsbruckEdit

  HS 130 Bergiselschanze, Austria
4 January 2017[3]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Daniel-André Tande   Norway 128.5 Cancelled (wind) 125.7
2 Robert Johansson   Norway 133.0 123.1
3 Evgeniy Klimov   Russia 127.0 119.1
4 Kamil Stoch   Poland 120.5 117.4
5 Andreas Stjernen   Norway 122.5 117.1
6 Maciej Kot   Poland 121.0 117.0
7 Manuel Fettner   Austria 120.0 116.7
8 Piotr Żyła   Poland 121.0 116.7
9 Sebastian Colloredo   Italy 122.5 114.4
10 Noriaki Kasai   Japan 125.5 114.3

BischofshofenEdit

  HS 140 Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze, Austria
6 January 2017[4]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Kamil Stoch   Poland 134.5 138.5 289.2
2 Michael Hayboeck   Austria 130.5 142.0 283.3
3 Piotr Żyła   Poland 131.0 137.0 275.8
4 Domen Prevc   Slovenia 130.5 139.5 275.2
5 Maciej Kot   Poland 130.5 135.0 268.8
6 Richard Freitag   Germany 130.5 134.0 267.4
7 Jurij Tepeš   Slovenia 141.0 124.5 261.6
8 Stephan Leyhe   Germany 126.5 132.0 259.9
9 Karl Geiger   Germany 127.0 132.0 259.0
10 Andreas Stjernen   Norway 130.5 129.0 258.7

Overall standingsEdit

The final standings after all four events:[5]

Rank Name Nationality Oberstdorf Garmisch-
Partenkirchen
Innsbruck Bischofshofen Total Points
  Kamil Stoch   Poland 305.2 (2) 286.0 (2) 117.4 (4) 289.2 (1) 997.8
  Piotr Żyła   Poland 291.9 (7) 278.1 (6) 116.7 (7) 275.8 (3) 962.5
  Daniel-André Tande   Norway 295.4 (4) 289.2 (1) 125.7 (1) 231.5 (26) 941.8
4 Maciej Kot   Poland 278.9 (12) 269.6 (7) 117.0 (6) 268.8 (5) 934.3
5 Manuel Fettner   Austria 294.9 (5) 259.5 (12) 116.7 (7) 255.7 (12) 926.8
6 Stefan Kraft   Austria 308.0 (1) 282.4 (3) 103.3 (18) 232.8 (25) 926.5
7 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 293.1 (6) 278.9 (4) 97.0 (29) 255.4 (13) 924.4
8 Stephan Leyhe   Germany 269.4 (17) 268.8 (8) 113.0 (11) 259.9 (8) 911.1
9 Domen Prevc   Slovenia 254.7 (26) 278.5 (5) 100.4 (25) 275.2 (4) 908.8
10 Andreas Stjernen   Norway 266.0 (19) 258.5 (14) 117.1 (5) 258.7 (10) 900.3

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