2018–19 Four Hills Tournament

The 2018–19 Four Hills Tournament, part of the 2018–19 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup, took place at the four traditional venues of Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck and Bischofshofen, located in Germany and Austria, between 29 December 2018 and 6 January 2019.[1]

Four Hills Tournament
at the 2018–19 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
VenueSchattenbergschanze, Große Olympiaschanze, Bergiselschanze, Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze
LocationGermany, Austria
Dates29 December 2018 (2018-12-29) – 6 January 2019 (2019-01-06)
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 

Japan's Ryoyu Kobayashi won the tournament ahead of German ski jumpers Markus Eisenbichler and Stephan Leyhe, becoming only the second Japanese ski jumper to win the title, following Kazuyoshi Funaki in 1997–98. Kobayashi also became the third ski jumper in history to win all four events, after Sven Hannawald in 2001–02 and Kamil Stoch in 2017–18.[2]

ScheduleEdit

Stage Venue Date Event Start time
(CET)
1   Oberstdorf 29 December 2018 Qualification 16:30
30 December 2018 Competition 16:30
2   Garmisch-Partenkirchen 31 December 2018 Qualification 14:00
1 January 2019 Competition 14:00
3   Innsbruck 3 January 2019 Qualification 14:00
4 January 2019 Competition 14:00
4   Bischofshofen 5 January 2019 Qualification 17:00
6 January 2019 Competition 17:00

ResultsEdit

OberstdorfEdit

  HS 137 Schattenbergschanze, Germany
30 December 2018[3]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Ryoyu Kobayashi   Japan 138.5 126.5 282.3
2 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 133.0 129.0 281.9
3 Stefan Kraft   Austria 131.0 134.5 280.5
4 Andreas Stjernen   Norway 132.5 131.0 278.2
5 Dawid Kubacki   Poland 128.5 133.5 269.8
6 Piotr Żyła   Poland 133.0 126.5 268.3
7 Robert Johansson   Norway 129.0 125.0 268.0
8 Kamil Stoch   Poland 127.0 131.0 267.6
9 Timi Zajc   Slovenia 127.0 125.5 266.0
10 Daniel Huber   Austria 129.0 124.0 265.2

Garmisch-PartenkirchenEdit

  HS 142 Große Olympiaschanze, Germany
1 January 2019[4]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Ryoyu Kobayashi   Japan 136.5 133.0 266.6
2 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 138.0 135.0 264.7
3 Dawid Kubacki   Poland 133.5 133.0 256.2
4 Roman Koudelka   Czech Republic 133.0 134.5 253.8
5 Junshirō Kobayashi   Japan 131.0 131.5 249.4
6 Kamil Stoch   Poland 129.0 134.0 249.2
7 Stephan Leyhe   Germany 128.0 135.0 249.0
8 Timi Zajc   Slovenia 132.0 132.5 248.7
9 Halvor Egner Granerud   Norway 127.0 132.0 245.4
10 Andreas Stjernen   Norway 129.5 134.0 245.3

InnsbruckEdit

  HS 130 Bergiselschanze, Austria
4 January 2019[5]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Ryoyu Kobayashi   Japan 136.5 131.0 267.0
2 Stefan Kraft   Austria 129.5 130.5 254.2
3 Andreas Stjernen   Norway 131.0 126.0 242.7
4 Stephan Leyhe   Germany 129.0 127.5 239.1
5 Kamil Stoch   Poland 126.5 131.0 234.1
6 Yukiya Satō   Japan 129.0 123.5 231.4
7 Killian Peier    Switzerland 127.0 123.0 230.6
8 Richard Freitag   Germany 128.0 124.0 230.0
9 Roman Koudelka   Czech Republic 123.0 125.0 228.4
10 Timi Zajc   Slovenia 130.0 119.5 226.6

BischofshofenEdit

  HS 142 Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze, Austria
6 January 2019[6]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Jump 2 (m) Points
1 Ryoyu Kobayashi   Japan 135.0 137.5 282.1
2 Dawid Kubacki   Poland 138.0 130.0 268.3
3 Stefan Kraft   Austria 134.0 131.5 267.5
4 Stephan Leyhe   Germany 126.0 137.0 266.0
5 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 137.0 131.5 265.5
6 Roman Koudelka   Czech Republic 133.0 130.5 259.7
7 Halvor Egner Granerud   Norway 128.5 135.0 258.0
8 Killian Peier    Switzerland 131.5 127.0 254.6
9 Robert Johansson   Norway 132.0 126.5 253.3
10 Karl Geiger   Germany 122.0 133.5 249.5

Overall standingsEdit

The final standings after all four events:[7]

Rank Name Nationality Oberstdorf Garmisch-
Partenkirchen
Innsbruck Bischofshofen Total Points
  Ryoyu Kobayashi   Japan 282.3 (1) 266.6 (1) 267.0 (1) 282.1 (1) 1,098.0
  Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 281.9 (2) 264.7 (2) 223.8 (13) 265.5 (5) 1,035.9
  Stephan Leyhe   Germany 260.0 (13) 249.0 (7) 239.1 (4) 266.0 (4) 1,014.1
4 Dawid Kubacki   Poland 269.8 (5) 256.2 (3) 216.5 (18) 268.3 (2) 1,010.8
5 Roman Koudelka   Czech Republic 264.4 (11) 253.8 (4) 228.4 (9) 259.7 (6) 1,006.3
6 Kamil Stoch   Poland 267.6 (8) 249.2 (6) 234.1 (5) 243.1 (12) 994.0
7 Andreas Stjernen   Norway 278.2 (4) 245.3 (10) 242.7 (3) 221.8 (25) 988.0
8 Robert Johansson   Norway 268.0 (7) 235.8 (19) 226.1 (11) 253.3 (9) 983.2
9 Daniel Huber   Austria 265.2 (10) 238.8 (15) 222.8 (14) 243.6 (11) 970.4
10 Killian Peier    Switzerland 241.2 (19) 232.9 (23) 230.6 (7) 254.6 (8) 959.3

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Green light for the 4-Hills-Tournament". FIS Ski. Retrieved 19 December 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Ryoyu Kobayashi creates history with Four Hills grand slam". Eurosport. Retrieved 6 January 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ "FIS Ski Jumping World Cup / Oberstdorf / Results". FIS Ski. Retrieved 30 December 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ "FIS Ski Jumping World Cup / Garmisch-Partenkirchen / Results". FIS Ski. Retrieved 1 January 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^ "FIS Ski Jumping World Cup / Innsbruck / Results". FIS Ski. Retrieved 5 January 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  6. ^ "FIS Ski Jumping World Cup / Bischofshofen / Results". FIS Ski. Retrieved 6 January 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  7. ^ "FIS Ski Jumping World Cup / Four Hills Tournament / Standings". FIS Ski. Retrieved 6 January 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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