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Willingen Five 2018

The Willingen Five 2018 was the first edition of Willingen Five, a three-day tournament for men in ski jumping in Willingen between 2–4 February 2018. It was part of the 2017/18 World Cup season. A total of five rounds counted in the final standings: Friday's qualification round, two individual competition rounds from Saturday and two from Sunday. The Willingen Five overall winner was awarded with an extra €25,000.[1] The director of the competition was Tobias Lindner.

Willingen Five 2018
Winners
Willingen Five OverallPoland Kamil Stoch
Competitions
Venues1
Individual2

The competition was founded by the President of SC Wilingen, Jürgen Hensel, and World Cup director Walter Hofer.

Contents

CompetitionEdit

FormatEdit

Events Rounds
Individual 2 4 (2x2)
Qualification round 1 1 (1x1)
Total 3 5
Willingen Five 2018 (Germany)

ScheduleEdit

IndividualEdit

No. Season Date Place Hill Size Winner Second Third Event Rounds Willingen Five bib Ref.
1 1 2 February 2018     Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze HS145 (night) LH   Kamil Stoch   Richard Freitag   Daniel-André Tande qualifications 1R   Kamil Stoch [2]
2 2 3 February 2018     Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze HS145 (night) LH   Daniel-André Tande   Richard Freitag   Dawid Kubacki individual 2R   Daniel-André Tande [3]
3 3 4 February 2018     Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze HS145 LH   Johann Andre Forfang   Kamil Stoch   Piotr Żyła individual 2R   Kamil Stoch [4]
1st Willingen Five Overall   Kamil Stoch   Johann Andre Forfang   Daniel-André Tande 5R

StandingsEdit

Willingen FiveEdit

Rank After 3 events 02/02/2018 03/02/2018 04/02/2018 Total
points
(5)
Qualifying (Q) Individual (2R) Individual (2R)
Rank Points
(R1)
Rank Points
(R2)
Points
(R3)
Rank Points
(R4)
Points
(R5)
    Kamil Stoch 1 133.9 4 135.9 118.6 2 135.7 133.7 657.8
    Johann André Forfang 4 131.0 7 114.6 133.0 1 139.9 131.5 650.0
    Daniel-André Tande 3 131.7 1 128.1 133.2 5 116.4 124.1 633.5
4   Robert Johansson 10 125.5 8 119.8 125.9 4 118.7 124.3 614.2
5   Andreas Wellinger 12 121.4 5 127.7 124.9 10 115.9 117.2 607.1
6   Dawid Kubacki 17 115.5 3 128.4 126.4 7 127.6 109.0 606.9
7   Stefan Hula 9 125.6 6 125.5 123.4 12 103.2 127.8 605.5
8   Markus Eisenbichler 11 122.7 12 110.9 122.1 6 127.4 109.3 592.4
9   Piotr Żyła 18 115.0 13 116.6 113.6 3 126.5 118.6 590.3
10   Tilen Bartol 5 129.9 10 125.1 110.3 17 100.1 119.5 584.9
11   Richard Freitag 2 132.0 2 132.2 128.3 28 113.7 76.4 582.6
12   Anders Fannemel 13 119.9 11 117.8 117.2 16 124.9 95.1 574.9
13   Anže Semenič 6 127.6 15 119.0 104.7 15 122.4 99.8 573.5
14   Stephan Leyhe 7 127.5 16 115.1 107.7 18 121.2 93.6 565.1
15   Nejc Dežman 16 116.0 22 113.5 99.7 9 127.5 108.1 564.8
16   Daniel Huber 14 116.7 9 126.7 115.6 24 110.6 90.3 559.9
17   Maciej Kot 26 107.3 21 106.1 107.4 8 122.8 113.4 557.0
18   Jernej Damjan 8 125.8 24 108.0 89.9 14 112.1 111.0 546.8
19   Halvor Egner Granerud 21 112.0 17 109.4 111.5 19 125.7 83.4 542.0
20   Karl Geiger 26 107.3 14 121.7 107.0 22 105.1 100.8 541.9
21   Peter Prevc 24 110.4 20 116.1 98.9 20 98.9 107.7 532.0
22   Andreas Stjernen 23 111.3 19 116.0 100.4 26 97.1 99.1 523.9
23   Yukiya Satō 32 101.8 29 101.4 75.4 11 115.7 116.0 510.3
24   Ulrich Wohlgenannt 28 106.6 26 94.8 102.6 27 98.4 92.2 494.6
25   MacKenzie Boyd-Clowes 34 100.8 28 97.3 86.3 23 101.9 101.6 487.9
26   Alex Insam 20 112.6 31 99.4 71.6 25 108.6 91.8 484.0
27   Timi Zajc 15 116.1 17 121.7 99.2 41 85.4 DNQ 422.4
28   Manuel Poppinger 25 109.7 33 92.2 DNQ 21 105.5 100.6 408.0
29   Kevin Bickner 22 111.6 25 100.1 97.4 33 95.3 DNQ 404.4
30   Florian Altenburger 37 98.8 37 81.1 DNQ 13 120.9 103.3 404.1
31   Jakub Wolny 33 101.5 23 94.8 109.3 31 96.6 DNQ 402.2
32   Naoki Nakamura 19 114.6 45 67.9 DNQ 29 101.6 87.8 371.9
33   Antti Aalto 44 84.9 27 98.2 86.3 37 90.9 DNQ 360.3
34   Dmitry Vassiliev 30 102.2 30 102.1 70.8 47 77.6 DNQ 352.7
35   Gregor Deschwanden 38 97.5 41 76.2 DNQ 30 99.6 63.1 336.4
36   Sebastian Colloredo 29 105.8 34 89.6 DNQ 36 91.4 DNQ 286.8
37   Žiga Jelar 35 100.5 40 79.0 DNQ 32 95.4 DNQ 274.9
38   Davide Bresadola 45 82.8 32 94.3 DNQ 39 87.4 DNQ 264.5
39   Kento Sakuyama 36 100.4 38 80.3 DNQ 44 82.3 DNQ 263.0
40   Andreas Schuler 40 94.6 36 82.9 DNQ 42 83.1 DNQ 260.6
41   Tom Hilde 31 102.0 46 67.5 DNQ 38 90.4 DNQ 259.9
42   Michael Glasder 39 96.5 47 62.7 DNQ 35 92.5 DNQ 251.7
43   William Rhoads 43 87.1 44 71.1 DNQ 40 87.2 DNQ 245.4
44   Roman Koudelka 42 87.6 35 89.0 DNQ 54 64.9 DNQ 241.5
45   Killian Peier 41 88.3 39 79.2 DNQ 49 72.3 DNQ 239.8
46   Luca Egloff 48 77.5 48 57.4 DNQ 34 95.0 DNQ 229.9
47   Yūmu Harada 47 80.1 43 73.1 DNQ 50 72.1 DNQ 225.3
48   Ilmir Hazetdinov 50 75.4 42 73.4 DNQ 53 68.6 DNQ 217.4
49   Roman Sergeevich Trofimov 46 80.8 49 55.5 DNQ 46 80.0 DNQ 216.3
50   Mikhail Maksimochkin 49 76.4 50 21.4 DNQ 52 69.2 DNQ 167.0
51   Vojtěch Štursa 52 73.6 q 48 73.1 DNQ 146.7
52   Eetu Nousiainen 54 63.5 q 43 82.7 DNQ 146.2
53   Federico Cecon 51 74.6 q 51 69.3 DNQ 143.9
54   Tomofumi Naito 53 68.2 q 55 64.4 DNQ 132.6
55   David Siegel DSQ 45 81.3 DNQ 81.3
56   Konstantin Sokolenko 55 21.2 q 56 5.3 DNQ 26.5

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "New competition format: Willingen Five". International Ski Federation. Retrieved 6 October 2017.
  2. ^ "Men Qualifying HS145: Willingen" (PDF). International Ski Federation. Retrieved 2 February 2018.
  3. ^ "Men HS145: Willingen" (PDF). International Ski Federation. Retrieved 3 February 2018.
  4. ^ "Men HS145: Willingen" (PDF). International Ski Federation. Retrieved 4 February 2018.