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Ski Jumping Four Hills Tournament Champions

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See a complete list of The Ski Jumping Four Hills Tournament (Vierschanzentournee) Champions. The 2017-18 Four Hills Ski Jumping Tournament Champion is 30 year old, Kamil Stoch of Poland. This was his second Vierschanzentournee title.

Fast Facts:

  • The Four Hills Ski Jumping Tournament is also know as Vierschanzentournee (German).
  • The four ski hills are Oberstdorf (Germany), Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany), Innsbruck (Austria) and Bischofshofen (Austria).
  • The Four Hills Tournament champion is the one who gets the most points over the four events.
  • The most successful jumper in the tournament is Finland’s Janne Ahonen’s with five wins in total.

Ski Jumping Four Hills Tournament Champions

YearGoldSilverBronze
2017/18(Poland) Kamil Stoch(Germany) Andreas Wellinger(Norway) Anders Fannemel/td>
2016/17(Poland) Kamil Stoch(Poland) Piotr Żyła(Norway) Daniel-André Tande
2015/16(Slovenia) Peter Prevc(Germany) Severin Freund(Austria) Michael Hayböck
2014/15(Austria) Stefan Kraft(Austria) Michael Hayböck(Slovenia) Peter Prevc
2013/14(Austria) Thomas Diethart(Austria) Thomas Morgenstern(Switzerland) Simon Ammann
2012/13(Austria) Gregor Schlierenzauer(Norway) Anders Jacobsen(Norway) Tom Hilde
2011/12(Austria) Gregor Schlierenzauer(Austria) Thomas Morgenstern(Austria) Andreas Kofler
2010/11(Austria) Thomas Morgenstern(Switzerland) Simon Ammann(Norway) Tom Hilde
2009/10(Austria) Andreas Kofler(Finland) Janne Ahonen(Austria) Wolfgang Loitzl
2008/09(Austria) Wolfgang Loitzl(Switzerland) Simon Ammann(Austria) Gregor Schlierenzauer
2007/08(Finland) Janne Ahonen(Austria) Thomas Morgenstern(Germany) Michael Neumayer
2006/07(Norway) Anders Jacobsen(Austria) Gregor Schlierenzauer(Switzerland) Simon Ammann
2005/06 (Czech Republic) Jakub Janda(Finland) Janne Ahonen(Norway) Roar Ljøkelsøy
2004/05(Finland) Janne Ahonen(Austria) Martin Höllwarth(Austria) Thomas Morgenstern
2003/04(Norway) Sigurd Pettersen(Austria) Martin Höllwarth(Slovenia) Peter Žonta
2002/03(Finland) Janne Ahonen(Germany) Sven Hannawald((Poland)) Adam Małysz
2001/02(Germany) Sven Hannawald(Finland) Matti Hautamäki(Austria) Martin Höllwarth
2000/01((Poland)) Adam Małysz(Finland) Janne Ahonen(Germany) Martin Schmitt
1999/00(Austria) Andreas Widhölzl(Finland) Janne Ahonen(Germany) Martin Schmitt
1998/99(Finland) Janne Ahonen(Japan) Noriaki Kasai(Japan) Hideharu Miyahira
1997/98(Japan) Kazuyoshi Funaki(Germany) Sven Hannawald(Finland) Janne Ahonen
1996/97(Slovenia) Primož Peterka(Austria) Andreas Goldberger(Germany) Dieter Thoma
1995/96(Germany) Jens Weißflog(Finland) Ari-Pekka Nikkola(Austria) Reinhard Schwarzenberger
1994/95(Austria) Andreas Goldberger(Japan) Kazuyoshi Funaki(Finland) Janne Ahonen
1993/94(Norway) Espen Bredesen(Germany) Jens Weißflog(Austria) Andreas Goldberger
1992/93(Austria) Andreas Goldberger(Japan) Noriaki Kasai(Czech Republic) Jaroslav Sakala
1991/92(Finland) Toni Nieminen(Austria) Martin Höllwarth(Austria) Werner Rathmayr
1990/91(Germany) Jens Weißflog(Austria) Andreas Felder(Germany) Dieter Thoma
1989/90(Germany) Dieter Thoma(GDR) Jens Weißflog(Finland) Risto Laakkonen
1988/89(Finland) Risto Laakkonen(Finland) Matti Nykänen(GDR) Jens Weißflog
1987/88(Finland) Matti Nykänen(GDR) Jens Weißflog(Czechoslovakia) Jiří Parma
1986/87(Austria) Ernst Vettori(Norway) Vegard Opaas(GDR) Ulf Findeisen
1985/86(Austria) Ernst Vettori(Austria) Franz Neuländtner(Finland) Jari Puikkonen
1984/85(GDR) Jens Weißflog(Finland) Matti Nykänen(GDR) Klaus Ostwald
1983/84(GDR) Jens Weißflog(GDR) Klaus Ostwald(Finland) Matti Nykänen
1982/83(Finland) Matti Nykänen(GDR) Jens Weißflog(Canada) Horst Bulau
1981/82(GDR) Manfred Deckert(Norway) Roger Ruud(Norway) Per Bergerud
1980/81(Austria) Hubert Neuper(Austria) Armin Kogler(Finland) Jari Puikkonen
1979/80(Austria) Hubert Neuper(GDR) Henry Glaß(GDR) Martin Weber
1978/79(Finland) Pentti Kokkonen(Switzerland) Hansjörg Sumi(GDR) Jochen Danneberg
1977/78(Finland) Kari Ylianttila(GDR) Matthias Buse(GDR) Martin Weber
1976/77(GDR) Jochen Danneberg(Switzerland) Walter Steiner(GDR) Henry Glaß
1975/76(GDR) Jochen Danneberg(Austria) Karl Schnabl(Austria) Reinhold Bachler
1974/75(Austria) Willi Pürstl(Austria) Edi Federer(Austria) Karl Schnabl
1973/74(GDR) Hans-Georg Aschenbach(Switzerland) Walter Steiner(GDR) Bernd Eckstein
1972/73(GDR) Rainer Schmidt(GDR) Hans-Georg Aschenbach(Soviet Union) Sergei Boschkow
1971/72(Norway) Ingolf Mork(GDR) Henry Glaß(Finland) Tauno Käyhkö
1970/71(Czechoslovakia) Jiří Raška(Norway) Ingolf Mork(Czechoslovakia) Zbyněk Hubač
1969/70(GDR) Horst Queck(Norway) Bjørn Wirkola(Soviet Union) Gari Napalkow
1968/69(Norway) Bjørn Wirkola(Czechoslovakia) Jiří Raška(Czechoslovakia) Zbyněk Hubač
1967/68(Norway) Bjørn Wirkola(Czechoslovakia) Jiří Raška(GDR) Dieter Neuendorf
1966/67(Norway) Bjørn Wirkola(Austria) Sepp Lichtenegger(GDR) Dieter Neuendorf
1965/66(Finland) Veikko Kankkonen(GDR) Dieter Neuendorf(Norway) Bjørn Wirkola
1964/65(Norway) Torgeir Brandtzæg(Norway) Bjørn Wirkola(Czechoslovakia) Dalibor Motejlek
1963/64(Finland) Veikko Kankkonen(Norway) Torbjørn Yggeseth(Austria) Baldur Preiml
1962/63(Norway) Toralf Engan(Norway) Torbjørn Yggeseth(Germany) Max Bolkart
1961/62(Finland) Eino Kirjonen(Austria) Willi Egger(Finland) Hemmo Silvennoinen
1960/61(GDR) Helmut Recknagel(Austria) Otto Leodolter(Finland) Kalevi Kärkinen
1959/60(Germany) Max Bolkart(Austria) Albin Plank(Austria) Otto Leodolter
1958/59(GDR) Helmut Recknagel(Austria) Walter Habersatter(Norway) Arne Hoel
1957/58(GDR) Helmut Recknagel(Soviet Union) Nikolai Schamow(Soviet Union) Nikolai Kamenski
1956/57(Finland) Pentti Uotinen(Finland) Eino Kirjonen(Germany) Max Bolkart
1955/56(Soviet Union) Nikolai Kamenski(Austria) Josef Bradl(Soviet Union) Nikolai Schamow
1954/55(Finland) Hemmo Silvennoinen(Finland) Eino Kirjonen(Finland) Aulis Kallakorpi
1953/54(Austria) Josef Bradl(Norway) Halvor Næs(Norway) Asgeir Dølplads
1953(Norway) Olaf B. Bjørnstad(Finland) Eino Kirjonen(Austria) Josef Bradl
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