FIS Ski Flying World Championships 2016

The FIS Ski Flying World Championships 2016 was held between 15 and 17 January 2016 in Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf, Austria for the fifth time. Kulm hosted the event previously in 1975, 1986, 1996 and 2006. The individual defending champion was Severin Freund.

FIS Ski Flying World Championships 2016
FIS Ski Flying WCH 2016 logo.png
Host cityTauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf,
Austria
Nations participating16
Athletes participating45
Sport(s)Ski flying
Events2
Opening ceremony14 January 2016
Closing ceremony17 January 2016
Main venueKulm
Websiteskifliegen.at
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Peter Prevc from Slovenia became new ski flying individual world champion after three rounds of competition with two of them were new hill records. Fourth round was cancelled due to wind conditions. Norway won the team event in front of Germany with a record margin of 110,4 points, while Austria came in third.

ScheduleEdit

Kulm (K200 / HS225)
Date Competition Longest jump of the day Metres Feet
13 January 2016 hill test   Fabian Steindl 229.0 751
14 January 2016 Q, opening ceremony   Peter Prevc 235.5 773
15 January 2016 1st day individual   Peter Prevc 243.0 797
16 January 2016 2nd day individual   Peter Prevc 244.0 801
17 January 2016 team event   Peter Prevc 238.0 781

ResultsEdit

QualifyingEdit

Rank Bib Name Training 1 Training 2 Qualifying Points Note
1 42   Anders Fannemel 222.0 204.5 233.0 205.9 Q
2 23   Robert Kranjec 218.0 220.0 207.0 173.4 Q
3 40   Simon Ammann 207.0 177.0 205.0 170.9 Q
4 29   Jurij Tepeš 219.0 191.0 193.5 170.3 Q
5 41   Roman Koudelka 184.0 173.5 199.5 169.9 Q
6 19   Dawid Kubacki 172.0 180.0 202.0 166.9 Q
7 30   Manuel Poppinger 204.0 186.0 191.0 163.8 Q
8 32   Vincent Descombes Sevoie 188.5 181.5 195.5 162.0 Q
9 36   Manuel Fettner 179.0 188.5 186.0 161.9 Q
10 37   Anže Lanišek 181.5 186.5 189.5 160.8 Q
11 28   Lukáš Hlava 191.0 175.0 185.0 160.0 Q
12 20   Klemens Murańka 193.0 209.5 196.0 159.4 Q
13 26   Jan Matura 204.0 184.0 190.5 157.8 Q
14 24   Kento Sakuyama 205.0 185.0 187.5 157.4 Q
15 10   Tomáš Vančura 215.0 184.0 183.5 149.5 Q
16 16   Ville Larinto 209.0 168.5 191.5 149.1 Q
17 18   Ilmir Hazetdinov 154.0 160.0 183.5 141.2 Q
18 31   Stefan Hula 191.0 176.5 170.0 139.0 Q
19 15   MacKenzie Boyd-Clowes 212.5 200.5 162.0 130.1 Q
20 14   Denis Kornilov 170.5 169.5 159.0 120.2 Q
21 39   Andreas Wank 182.0 178.0 162.5 119.8 Q
22 1   Michael Glasder 180.5 154.0 155.5 119.1 Q
23 27   Gregor Deschwanden 141.0 144.5 150.5 110.1 Q
24 5   Harri Olli 176.5 166.0 145.0 109.4 Q
25 25   Lauri Asikainen 163.0 149.0 152.5 105.5 Q
26 7   Vladislav Boyarintsev 173.5 156.0 145.0 104.5 Q
27 6   Heung-chul Choi 153.0 114.0 140.5 104.2 Q
28 8   Radik Zhaparov 169.5 146.0 138.0 95.9 Q
29 33   Stephan Leyhe 209.5 187.0 137.5 94.5 Q
30 13   Sebastian Colloredo 167.0 152.5 145.5 93.7 Q
not qualified
31 4   Marat Zhaparov 157.0 157.0 136.0 92.6
32 34   Kamil Stoch 180.5 176.0 134.5 90.3
33 21   Ronan Lamy Chappuis 176.0 141.5 142.0 92.2
34 3   Mikhail Maksimochkin 180.0 141.5 134.0 84.9
35 9   Sebastian Klinga 153.0 114.0 130.0 76.0
prequalified
* 44   Noriaki Kasai DNS DNS DNS q
* 45   Andreas Wellinger 191.0 190.0 166.0 q
* 46   Richard Freitag 196.5 194.0 197.0 q
* 47   Daniel-André Tande 198.5 202.5 212.5 q
* 48   Stefan Kraft 208.5 216.5 211.5 q
* 49   Johann André Forfang 220.5 206.5 191.5 q
* 50   Michael Hayböck 216.0 204.5 193.0 q
* 51   Kenneth Gangnes 213.0 206.0 140.0 q
* 52   Severin Freund 203.5 213.0 206.5 q
* 53   Peter Prevc 225.0 235.5 188.5 q
internal team qualification: did not enter in qualifying round
2   Andraž Pograjc 181.5 152.5 DNS
11   Kevin Bickner DNS DNS DNS
12   Philipp Aschenwald 216.0 167.0 DNS
17   Evgeniy Klimov 144.0 161.0 DNS
22   Piotr Żyła 191.5 173.0 DNS
35   Jakub Janda 173.5 140.0 DNS
38   Joachim Hauer 184.0 192.0 DNS
43   Andreas Stjernen 165.5 173.5 DNS

Trial roundsEdit

CompetitionEdit

IndividualEdit

Rank Bib1 Bib2 Name 15 January (Day 1) 16 January (Day 2) Total
1st round 2nd round 3rd round 4th round
1 40 29   Peter Prevc 243.0 213.5 244.0 640.1
2 38 30   Kenneth Gangnes 236.0 216.0 238.5 636.8
3 35 28   Stefan Kraft 226.5 220.0 226.5 629.2
4 36 27   Johann André Forfang 230.0 216.5 240.0 602.0
5 31 26   Noriaki Kasai 240.5 215.0 220.0 600.4
6 39 24   Severin Freund 209.5 203.0 223.5 565.3
7 30 25   Anders Fannemel 234.0 214.5 175.5 543.9
8 33 20   Richard Freitag 211.5 186.0 231.0 542.8
9 20 21   Jurij Tepeš 218.5 201.5 220.0 535.5
10 14 23   Robert Kranjec 204.5 213.5 210.0 534.9
11 37 15   Michael Hayböck 217.5 175.0 228.0 533.7
12 26 22   Anže Lanišek 215.0 207.0 204.5 523.5
13 23 19   Vincent Descombes Sevoie 215.0 208.5 206.0 520.5
14 32 18   Andreas Wellinger 200.0 205.0 211.5 520.0
15 12 16   Dawid Kubacki 208.0 200.5 206.5 519.1
16 28 14   Simon Ammann 208.5 204.5 209.5 512.5
17 21 13   Manuel Poppinger 204.0 191.0 209.5 502.6
18 34 17   Daniel-André Tande 209.5 180.5 192.5 497.5
19 24 12   Stephan Leyhe 193.5 190.5 205.5 467.0
20 29 10   Roman Koudelka 194.0 182.0 202.0 463.4
21 22 9   Stefan Hula 202.5 167.5 193.0 450.4
22 17 4   Jan Matura 184.5 152.0 198.0 414.2
23 6 8   Tomáš Vančura 210.5 166.5 160.0 409.7
24 19 6   Lukáš Hlava 191.0 160.0 179.5 408.9
25 25 5   Manuel Fettner 194.5 156.0 171.0 401.4
26 13 11   Klemens Murańka 198.0 174.5 142.0 397.0
27 9 7   MacKenzie Boyd-Clowes 194.0 165.5 131.0 364.4
28 27 3   Andreas Wank 189.5 149.5 148.0 355.0
29 8 2   Denis Kornilov 179.5 149.5 144.0 337.1
30 18 1   Gregor Deschwanden 173.5 149.0 142.0 319.8
not qualified for 2nd round
31 15   Kento Sakuyama 160.0 127.4
32 11   Ilmir Hazetdinov 174.0 126.1
33 4   Vladislav Boyarintsev 161.5 113.6
34 10   Ville Larinto 155.5 112.8
35 2   Harri Olli 153.5 110.8
36 5   Radik Zhaparov 157.5 109.4
37 1   Michael Glasder 145.0 98.5
38 16   Lauri Asikainen 143.5 97.6
39 7   Sebastian Colloredo 150.0 93.1
40 3   Heung-chul Choi 130.5 82.0

TeamEdit

Rank Bib Name 1st round 2nd round Total
1 7   Norway
1 Anders Fannemel
2 Johann André Forfang
3 Daniel-André Tande
4 Kenneth Gangnes


213.5
218.5
206.5
207.0

217.5
201.5
215.5
219.5
1467.7
377.5
359.2
361.7
369.3
2 8   Germany
1 Andreas Wellinger
2 Stephan Leyhe
3 Richard Freitag
4 Severin Freund


196.0
168.0
213.5
219.0

193.0
202.0
207.0
218.5
1357.3
320.3
291.9
355.3
389.8
3 5   Austria
1 Stefan Kraft
2 Manuel Poppinger
3 Manuel Fettner
4 Michael Hayböck


225.5
209.0
180.5
207.5

230.0
150.5
156.5
216.0
1310.4
396.9
287.0
255.1
371.4
4 6   Slovenia
1 Robert Kranjec
2 Jurij Tepeš
3 Anže Lanišek
4 Peter Prevc


209.0
170.0
180.5
228.0

211.5
157.0
157.5
238.0
1272.2
356.0
246.5
250.7
419.5
5 3   Poland
1 Kamil Stoch
2 Klemens Murańka
3 Dawid Kubacki
4 Stefan Hula


207.0
203.0
166.0
191.5

202.5
170.0
190.0
189.5
1211.9
345.5
290.7
266.0
309.7
6 4   Czech Republic
1 Tomas Vancura
2 Jan Matura
3 Lukáš Hlava
4 Roman Koudelka


169.0
195.5
169.5
156.5

202.5
168.0
157.5
154.5
1018.4
290.5
282.4
234.8
210.7
7 2   Finland
1 Harri Olli
2 Sebastian Klinga
3 Lauri Asikainen
4 Ville Larinto


144.5
118.0
127.0
180.5

140.0
115.0
156.0
163.0
721.6
181.4
109.6
175.1
255.5
8 1   Russia
1 Vladislav Boyarintsev
2 Mikhail Maksimochkin
3 Ilmir Hazetdinov
4 Denis Kornilov


110.0
124.0
157.5
159.5

140.5
128.0
162.0
153.5
707.5
121.1
150.0
214.3
222.1

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