2021–22 Four Hills Tournament

The 2021–22 Four Hills Tournament, part of the 2021–22 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 28 December 2021 and 6 January 2022. This was the 70th edition of the event, with the overall winner earned record prize money of 100,000 Swiss francs.

Four Hills Tournament
at the 2021–22 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
VenueSchattenbergschanze, Große Olympiaschanze, Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze
LocationGermany, Austria
Dates28 December 2021 (2021-12-28) – 6 January 2022 (2022-01-06)
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 

On January 3, the qualifying series was held in Innsbruck, but strong winds on January 4 made it impossible for the competition to go ahead as scheduled. The Tournament continued in Bischofshofen where the third leg was held on January 5 (both qualifiers and the competition), and the fourth leg on January 6 (again, both qualifiers and competition).

ScheduleEdit

Stage Venue Date Event Start time
(CET)
1   Oberstdorf 28 December 2021 Qualification 16:30
29 December 2021 Competition 16:30
2   Garmisch-Partenkirchen 31 December 2021 Qualification 14:00
1 January 2022 Competition 14:00
3   Bischofshofen 5 January 2022 Qualification 13:00
5 January 2022 Competition 16:30
4   Bischofshofen 6 January 2022 Qualification 14:30
6 January 2022 Competition 17:30

ResultsEdit

OberstdorfEdit

  HS137 Schattenbergschanze, Germany
29 December 2021 [1]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Round 1 (pts) Jump 2 (m) Round 2 (pts) Total Points
1 Ryōyū Kobayashi   Japan 128.5 143.6 141.0 158.4 302.0
2 Halvor Egner Granerud   Norway 132.0 147.6 133.0 151.6 299.2
3 Robert Johansson   Norway 135.5 152.2 131.0 146.4 298.6
4 Marius Lindvik   Norway 129.5 144.7 137.5 151.6 296.3
5 Karl Geiger   Germany 131.5 145.7 131.0 150.2 295.9
6 Lovro Kos   Slovenia 126.5 143.1 139.5 146.4 289.5
7 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 129.5 133.8 132.5 147.3 281.1
8 Daniel Huber   Austria 129.0 137.3 126.5 131.7 269.0
9 Stephan Leyhe   Germany 124.5 134.0 125.0 132.8 266.8
10 Gregor Deschwanden    Switzerland 129.0 136.3 122.5 126.3 262.6

Garmisch-PartenkirchenEdit

  HS142 Große Olympiaschanze, Germany
1 January 2022 [2]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Round 1 (pts) Jump 2 (m) Round 2 (pts) Total Points
1 Ryōyū Kobayashi   Japan 143.0 148.8 135.5 142.4 291.2
2 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 141.0 145.8 143.5 145.2 291.0
3 Lovro Kos   Slovenia 135.5 138.4 138.0 147.6 286.0
4 Marius Lindvik   Norway 138.0 141.9 138.0 141.8 283.7
5 Jan Hörl   Austria 134.0 137.4 132.0 137.5 274.9
6 Yukiya Satō   Japan 132.5 135.5 130.0 132.4 267.9
7 Karl Geiger   Germany 130.0 134.6 127.5 130.4 265.0
8 Halvor Egner Granerud   Norway 128.0 121.7 140.5 142.5 264.2
9 Timi Zajc   Slovenia 137.0 139.6 127.5 124.5 264.1
10 Stephan Leyhe   Germany 128.0 127.0 136.5 136.7 263.7

Bischofshofen (originally scheduled for Innsbruck)Edit

  HS140 Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze, Austria
5 January 2022 [3]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Round 1 (pts) Jump 2 (m) Round 2 (pts) Total Points
1 Ryōyū Kobayashi   Japan 137.0 143.4 137.5 147.9 291.3
2 Marius Lindvik   Norway 137.5 149.1 135.5 137.5 286.6
3 Halvor Egner Granerud   Norway 135.5 141.3 135.5 141.1 282.4
4 Karl Geiger   Germany 133.0 139.4 136.0 141.4 280.8
5 Manuel Fettner   Austria 137.0 137.2 132.5 135.9 273.1
6 Jan Hörl   Austria 138.0 138.5 132.5 134.6 273.1
7 Robert Johansson   Norway 133.0 131.5 135.0 138.9 270.4
8 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 130.0 130.1 140.5 140.2 270.3
9 Michael Hayböck   Austria 130.5 133.0 131.5 134.1 267.1
10 Yukiya Satō   Japan 137.0 136.3 126.5 126.6 262.9

BischofshofenEdit

  HS142 Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze, Austria
6 January 2022 [4]

Rank Name Nationality Jump 1 (m) Round 1 (pts) Jump 2 (m) Round 2 (pts) Total Points
1 Daniel Huber   Austria 136.5 144.3 137.0 142.5 286.8
2 Halvor Egner Granerud   Norway 136.5 140.3 136.0 142.1 282.4
3 Karl Geiger   Germany 140.5 146.5 132.0 135.4 281.9
4 Yukiya Satō   Japan 139.0 142.4 134.5 138.7 281.1
5 Ryōyū Kobayashi   Japan 133.5 139.7 133.5 138.1 277.8
6 Robert Johansson   Norway 133.0 136.8 135.0 140.9 277.7
7 Jan Hörl   Austria 130.0 132.4 136.0 142.9 275.3
8 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 133.0 137.3 134.0 137.9 275.2
9 Lovro Kos   Slovenia 132.0 130.9 144.0 142.7 273.6
10 Marius Lindvik   Norway 126.0 123.7 139.0 147.8 271.5

Overall standingsEdit

The final standings after all four events: [5]

Rank Name Nationality Oberstdorf Garmisch-
Partenkirchen
Bischofshofen (1) Bischofshofen (2) Total Points
  Ryōyū Kobayashi   Japan 302.0 (1) 291.2 (1) 291.3 (1) 277.8 (5) 1,162.3
  Marius Lindvik   Norway 296.3 (4) 283.7 (4) 286.6 (2) 271.5 (10) 1,138.1
  Halvor Egner Granerud   Norway 299.2 (2) 264.2 (8) 282.4 (3) 282.4 (2) 1,128.2
4 Karl Geiger   Germany 295.9 (5) 265.0 (7) 280.8 (4) 281.9 (3) 1,123.6
5 Markus Eisenbichler   Germany 281.1 (7) 291.0 (2) 270.3 (8) 275.2 (8) 1,117.6
6 Robert Johansson   Norway 298.6 (3) 261.2 (13) 270.4 (7) 277.7 (6) 1,107.9
7 Lovro Kos   Slovenia 289.5 (6) 286.0 (3) 243.9 (25) 273.6 (9) 1,093.0
8 Jan Hörl   Austria 252.4 (17) 274.9 (5) 273.1 (6) 275.3 (7) 1,075.7
9 Daniel Huber   Austria 269.0 (8) 257.1 (16) 257.0 (13) 286.8 (1) 1,069.9
10 Yukiya Satō   Japan 252.8 (16) 267.9 (6) 262.9 (10) 281.1 (4) 1,064.7

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Men's HS137: Oberstdorf (GER)" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 29 December 2021.
  2. ^ "Men's HS142: Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER)" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 1 January 2022.
  3. ^ "Men's HS142: Bischofshofen (1) (AUT)" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 5 January 2022.
  4. ^ "Men's HS142: Bischofshofen (2) (AUT)" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 6 January 2022.
  5. ^ "Vierschanzentournee Standings" (PDF). FIS. Retrieved 6 January 2022.

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