Ski Jumping

Winners Of The Four Hills Tournament – Vierschanzentournee

German-Austrian Ski Jumping Week

See a complete list of winners of the Ski Jumping Four Hills Tournament (Vierschanzentournee). The four ski hills of the Vierschanzentournee are Oberstdorf (Germany), Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany), Innsbruck (Austria) and Bischofshofen (Austria). The 2019-20 Four Hills Ski Jumping Tournament Champion is 29 year old, Dawid Kubacki of Poland.

Fast Facts:

  • The Four Hills Ski Jumping Tournament is also known as Vierschanzentournee (German).
  • Three jumpers have been crowned the Four Hills Tournament grand slam Champions. Sven Hannawald of Germany, Kamil Stoch of Poland and Ryōyū Kobayashi of Japan.

Ski Jumping Four Hills Tournament Winners

YearOberstdorfGarmisch-PartenkirchenInnsbruckBischofshofenChampion
2019–20Ryōyū Kobayashi (JPN)Marius Lindvik (NOR)Marius Lindvik (NOR)Dawid Kubacki (POL)Dawid Kubacki (POL)
2018–19Ryōyū Kobayashi (JPN)Ryōyū Kobayashi (JPN)Ryōyū Kobayashi (JPN)Ryōyū Kobayashi (JPN)Ryōyū Kobayashi (JPN)
2017–18Kamil Stoch (POL)Kamil Stoch (POL)Kamil Stoch (POL)Kamil Stoch (POL)Kamil Stoch (POL)
2016–17Stefan Kraft (AUT)Daniel André Tande (NOR)Daniel André Tande (NOR)Kamil Stoch (POL)Kamil Stoch (POL)
2015–16Severin Freund (GER)Peter Prevc (SVN)Peter Prevc (SVN)Peter Prevc (SVN)Peter Prevc (SVN)
2014–15Stefan Kraft (AUT)Anders Jacobsen (NOR)Richard Freitag (GER)Michael Hayboeck (AUT)Stefan Kraft (AUT)
2013–14Simon Ammann (CHE)Thomas Diethart (AUT)Anssi Koivuranta (FIN)Thomas Diethart (AUT)Thomas Diethart (AUT)
2012–13Anders Jacobsen (NOR)Anders Jacobsen (NOR)Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)
2011–12Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)Andreas Kofler (AUT)Thomas Morgenstern (AUT)Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)
2010–11Thomas Morgenstern (AUT)Simon Ammann (CHE)Thomas Morgenstern (AUT)Tom Hilde (NOR)Thomas Morgenstern (AUT)
2009–10Andreas Kofler (AUT)Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)Thomas Morgenstern (AUT)Andreas Kofler (AUT)
2008–09Simon Ammann (CHE)Wolfgang Loitzl (AUT)Wolfgang Loitzl (AUT)Wolfgang Loitzl (AUT)Wolfgang Loitzl (AUT)
2007–08Thomas Morgenstern (AUT)Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)Janne Ahonen[d] (FIN)Janne Ahonen (FIN)Janne Ahonen (FIN)
2006–07Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)Andreas Küttel (CHE)Anders Jacobsen (NOR)Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)Anders Jacobsen (NOR)
2005–06Janne Ahonen (FIN)Jakub Janda (CZE)Lars Bystøl (NOR)Janne Ahonen (FIN)Janne Ahonen (FIN)
Jakub Janda (CZE)
2004–05Janne Ahonen (FIN)Janne Ahonen (FIN)Janne Ahonen (FIN)Martin Höllwarth (AUT)Janne Ahonen (FIN)
2003–04Sigurd Pettersen (NOR)Sigurd Pettersen (NOR)Peter Žonta (SVN)Sigurd Pettersen (NOR)Sigurd Pettersen (NOR)
2002–03Sven Hannawald (GER)Primož Peterka (SVN)Janne Ahonen (FIN)Bjørn Einar Romøren (NOR)Janne Ahonen (FIN)
2001–02Sven Hannawald (GER)Sven Hannawald (GER)Sven Hannawald (GER)Sven Hannawald (GER)Sven Hannawald (GER)
2000–01Martin Schmitt (GER)Noriaki Kasai (JPN)Adam Małysz (POL)Adam Małysz (POL)Adam Małysz (POL)
1999–00Martin Schmitt (GER)Andreas Widhölzl (AUT)Andreas Widhölzl (AUT)Andreas Widhölzl (AUT)Andreas Widhölzl (AUT)
1998–99Martin Schmitt (GER)Martin Schmitt (GER)Noriaki Kasai (JPN)Andreas Widhölzl (AUT)Janne Ahonen (FIN)
1997–98Kazuyoshi Funaki (JPN)Kazuyoshi Funaki (JPN)Kazuyoshi Funaki (JPN)Sven Hannawald (GER)Kazuyoshi Funaki (JPN)
1996–97Dieter Thoma (GER)Primož Peterka (SVN)Kazuyoshi Funaki (JPN)Dieter Thoma (GER)Primož Peterka (SVN)
1995–96Mika Laitinen (FIN)R. Schwarzenberger (AUT)Andreas Goldberger (AUT)Jens Weißflog (GER)Jens Weißflog (GER)
1994–95R. Schwarzenberger (AUT)Janne Ahonen (FIN)Kazuyoshi Funaki (JPN)Andreas Goldberger (AUT)Andreas Goldberger (AUT)
1993–94Jens Weißflog (GER)Espen Bredesen (NOR)Andreas Goldberger (AUT)Espen Bredesen (NOR)Espen Bredesen (NOR)
1992–93Christof Duffner (GER)Noriaki Kasai (JPN)Andreas Goldberger (AUT)Andreas Goldberger (AUT)Andreas Goldberger (AUT)
1991–92Toni Nieminen (FIN)Andreas Felder (AUT)Toni Nieminen (FIN)Toni Nieminen (FIN)Toni Nieminen (FIN)
1990–91Jens Weißflog (GER)Jens Weißflog (GER)Ari Pekka Nikkola (FIN)Andreas Felder (AUT)Jens Weißflog (GER)
1989–90Dieter Thoma (West GER)Jens Weißflog (GDR)Ari Pekka Nikkola (FIN)František Jež (CSK)Dieter Thoma (West GER GER)
1988–89Dieter Thoma (West GER)Matti Nykänen (FIN)Jan Boklöv (Sweden)Mike Holland (USA)Risto Laakkonen (FIN)
1987–88Pavel Ploc (CSK)Matti Nykänen (FIN)Matti Nykänen (FIN)Matti Nykänen (FIN)Matti Nykänen (FIN)
1986–87Vegard Opaas (NOR)Andreas Bauer (West GER GER)Primož Ulaga (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)Tuomo Ylipulli (FIN)Ernst Vettori (AUT)
1985–86Pekka Suorsa (FIN)Pavel Ploc (CSK)Jari Puikkonen (FIN)Ernst Vettori (AUT)Ernst Vettori (AUT)
1984–85Ernst Vettori (AUT)Jens Weißflog (GDR)Matti Nykänen (FIN)Hroar Stjernen (NOR)Jens Weißflog (GDR)
1983–84Klaus Ostwald (GDR)Jens Weißflog (GDR)Jens Weißflog (GDR)Jens Weißflog (GDR)Jens Weißflog (GDR)
1982–83Horst Bulau (Canada)Armin Kogler (AUT)Matti Nykänen (FIN)Jens Weißflog (GDR)Matti Nykänen (FIN)
1981–82Matti Nykänen (FIN)Roger Ruud (NOR)Manfred Deckert (GDR)Per Bergerud (NOR)
Manfred Deckert (GDR)
Hubert Neuper (AUT)
1980–81Hubert Neuper (AUT)Horst Bulau (Canada)Jari Puikkonen (FIN)Armin Kogler (AUT)Hubert Neuper (AUT)
1979–80Jochen Danneberg (GDR)Hubert Neuper (AUT)Hubert Neuper (AUT)Martin Weber (GDR)Hubert Neuper (AUT)
1978–79Yuri Ivanov (SVU)Josef Samek (CSK)Pentti Kokkonen (FIN)Pentti Kokkonen (FIN)Pentti Kokkonen (FIN)
1977–78Matthias Buse (GDR)Jochen Danneberg (GDR)Per Bergerud (NOR)Kari Ylianttila (FIN)Kari Ylianttila (FIN)
1976–77Toni Innauer (AUT)Jochen Danneberg (GDR)Henry Glaß (GDR)Walter Steiner (CHE)Jochen Danneberg (GDR)
1975–76Toni Innauer (AUT)Toni Innauer (AUT)Jochen Danneberg (GDR)Toni Innauer (AUT)Jochen Danneberg (GDR)
1974–75Willi Pürstl (AUT)Karl Schnabl (AUT)Karl Schnabl (AUT)Karl Schnabl (AUT)Willi Pürstl (AUT)
1973–74Hans Georg Aschenbach (GDR)Walter Steiner (CHE)Hans Georg Aschenbach (GDR)Bernd Eckstein (GDR)Hans Georg Aschenbach (GDR)
1972–73Rainer Schmidt (GDR)Rainer Schmidt (GDR)Sergei Botschkov (SVU)Rudolf Höhnl (CSK)Rainer Schmidt (GDR)
1971–72Yukio Kasaya[c] (JPN)Yukio Kasaya (JPN)Yukio Kasaya (JPN)Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)Ingolf Mork (NOR)
1970–71Ingolf Mork (NOR)Ingolf Mork (NOR)Zbyněk Hubač (CSK)Ingolf Mork (NOR)Jiří Raška (CSK)
1969–70Gariy Napalkov (SVU)Jiří Raška (CSK)Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)Jiří Raška (CSK)Horst Queck (GDR)
1968–69Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)Jiří Raška (CSK)Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)
1967–68Dieter Neuendorf (GDR)Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)Gariy Napalkov (SVU)Jiří Raška (CSK)Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)
1966–67Dieter Neuendorf (GDR)Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)
1965–66Veikko Kankkonen (FIN)Paavo Lukkariniemi (FIN)Dieter Neuendorf (GDR)Veikko Kankkonen (FIN)Veikko Kankkonen (FIN)
1964–65Torgeir Brandtzæg (NOR)Erkki Pukka (FIN)Torgeir Brandtzæg (NOR)Bjørn Wirkola (NOR)Torgeir Brandtzæg (NOR)
1963–64Torbjørn Yggeseth (NOR)Veikko Kankkonen (FIN)Veikko Kankkonen (FIN)Baldur Preiml (AUT)Veikko Kankkonen (FIN)
1962–63Toralf Engan (NOR)Toralf Engan (NOR)Toralf Engan (NOR)Torbjørn Yggeseth (NOR)Toralf Engan (NOR)
1961–62Eino Kirjonen (FIN)Georg Thoma (West GER)Willi Egger (AUT)Willi Egger (AUT)Eino Kirjonen (FIN)
1960–61Juhani Kärkinen (FIN)Koba Zakadze (SVU)Kalevi Kärkinen (FIN)Helmut Recknagel (GDR)Helmut Recknagel (GDR)
1959–60Max Bolkart (West GER)Max Bolkart (West GER)Max Bolkart (West GER)Albin Plank (AUT)Max Bolkart (West GER)
1958–59Helmut Recknagel (GDR)Helmut Recknagel (GDR)Helmut Recknagel (GDR)Walter Habersatter (AUT)Helmut Recknagel (GDR)
1957–58Nikolay Kamenskiy (SVU)Willi Egger (AUT)Helmut Recknagel (GDR)Helmut Recknagel (GDR)Helmut Recknagel (GDR)
1956–57Pentti Uotinen (FIN)Nikolay Kamenskiy (SVU)Nikolai Schamov (SVU)Eino Kirjonen (FIN)Pentti Uotinen (FIN)
1955–56Eino Kirjonen (FIN)Hemmo Silvennoinen (FIN)Koba Zakadze (SVU)Yuri Skvortsov (SVU)Nikolay Kamenskiy (SVU)
1954–55Aulis Kallakorpi (FIN)Aulis Kallakorpi (FIN)Torbjørn Ruste (NOR)Torbjørn Ruste (NOR)Hemmo Silvennoinen (FIN)
1953–54Olav Bjørnstad (NOR)Olav Bjørnstad (NOR)Olav Bjørnstad (NOR)Sepp Bradl (AUT)Olav Bjørnstad (NOR)
1953Erling Kroken (NOR)Asgeir Dølplads (NOR)Sepp Bradl (AUT)Halvor Næs (NOR)Sepp Bradl (AUT)
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