Four Hills Tournament 2022/23: Results and the winners at a glance today, December 29, 2022 – most wanted

Four Hills Tournament 2022/23: Results and the winners at a glance today, December 29, 2022 – most wanted
Four Hills Tournament 2022/23: Results and the winners at a glance today, December 29, 2022 – most wanted

The winners and the overall ranking of the Four Hills Tournament 2022/23: The results for Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck and Bischofshofen are published here.

Four ski jumps in four cities: At the Four Hills Tournament the best ski jumpers in the world compete against each other. The event always takes place at the turn of the year in Germany and Austria. In oberstdorf the athletes jump from the Schattenbergschanze and in Garmisch-Partenkirchen from the large Olympiaschanze. The Bergisel ski stadium in Innsbruck is the venue for the third station of the Four Hills Tournament, the conclusion is the Epiphany ski jumping in Bischofshofen on the Paul Ausserleitner ski jump.

The winners of the individual stations in the Four Hills Tournament 2022/23, the results and the overall standings are always published here and supplemented after each competition.

Overall ranking of the Four Hills Tournament 2022/23

A total of four stations (Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, innsbruck, Bischofshofen) has the Four Hills Tournament – hence the name. After each ski jump, the current scores are entered here.

Place Surname country Points
1 Halvor Egner Granerud Norway 155.5
2 David Kubacki Poland 146.6
3 Timi Zajc Slovenia 141.7
4 Johann Andre Forfang Norway 140.5
5 Piotr Zyla Poland 140.1
6 Kamil Stoch Poland 140.0
7 Karl Geiger oberstdorf 139.8
8th Andrew Wellinger Ruhpolding 137.9
9 Daniel-André Tande Norway 137.8
10 Manuel Fettner Austria 137.5

Dates at the Four Hills Tournament 2022/23

Opening competition in Oberstdorf

  • December 28, 2022: Training and qualification
  • December 29, 2022: Competition

New Year’s jumping in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

  • December 31, 2022: Training and qualification
  • January 1, 2023: Competition

Bergisel ski jumping in Innsbruck

  • January 3, 2023: Training and qualification
  • January 4, 2023: Competition

Epiphany jumping in Bischofshofen

  • January 5, 2023: Training and qualification
  • January 6, 2023: Competition

Four Hills Tournament in Oberstdorf 2022/23: results and winners

The Four Hills Tournament starts with a total height of 140 meters and a jump speed of 92 km/h on the Schattenbergschanze in Oberstdorf. The Norwegian Sigurd Pettersen has held the previous hill record of 143.5 meters since 2003.

These are the winners at the opening event of the Four Hills Tournament 2022/23 in Oberstdorf:

Place Surname country Points Route
1 Halvor Egner Granerud Norway 155.5 133.5m
2 David Kubacki Poland 146.6 132.0m
3 Timi Zajc Slovenia 141.7 133.5m
4 Johann Andre Forfang Norway 140.5 134.5m
5 Piotr Zyla Poland 140.1 129.0m
6 Kamil Stoch Poland 140.0 127.5m
7 Karl Geiger oberstdorf 139.8 129.5m
8th Andrew Wellinger Ruhpolding 137.9 130.0m
9 Daniel-André Tande Norway 137.8 131.5m
10 Manuel Fettner Austria 137.5 129.0m

New Year’s ski jumping in Garmisch-Partenkirchen at the Four Hills Tournament 2022/23: results and winners

Only recently a new hill record was set on the large Olympic hill in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Since the ski jump only replaced the previous Olympic ski jump in the 2007/2008 season, an older record like that in Oberstdorf would not be possible. In 2021, Pole Dawid Kubacki jumped 144 meters.

These are the winners in Garmisch-Partenkirchen:

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Four Hills Tournament in Innsbruck 2022/23: results and winners

The Austrian Michael Hayböck set the record for the Bergisel ski jump in Innsbruck in 2015: 138 meters.

These ski jumpers are on the podium in Innsbruck:

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Dreikönigs jumping in Bischofshofen at the Four Hills Tournament 2022/23: results and winners

Anyone who has carefully read the names of the record holders of the previous three hills of the Four Hills Tournament will rightly recognize the following athlete: Dawid Kubacki from Poland also achieved the best result so far at the Epiphany Ski Jumping in Bischofshofen, with a jump distance of 145 meters.

The names of the winners in Bischofshofen are as follows:

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