Ski Jumping World Cup

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  1. Darth_Fizyk Jedi Grand Master

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    Have you been watching competition in Kuusamo? There you have general scores ;)

    1. Matti Hautamaeki FIN 100 :)
    2. Adam Malysz POL 80 :D
    3. Veli-Matti Lindstroem FIN 60
    4. Tommy Ingebrigtsen NOR 50
    5. Sven Hannawald GER 45
    6. Andreas Goldberger AUT 40
    7. Bjoern Einar Romoeren NOR 36
    8. Peter Zonta SLO 32
    9. Thomas Morgenstern AUT 29
    10. Roar Ljoekelsoey NOR 26
    11. Hiroki Yamada JPN 24
    12. Noriaki Kasai JPN 22
    13. Clint Jones USA 20
    14. Andreas Kofler AUT 18
    15. Martin Hoellwarth AUT 16
    16. Rok Benkovic SLO 15
    17. Tami Kiuru FIN 14
    18. Akseli Kokkonen FIN 13
    19. Jakub Janda CZE 12
    20. Martin Schmitt GER 11
    21. Kazuyoshi Funaki JPN 10
    22. Andreas Kuettel SUI 9
    23. Janne Ahonen FIN 8
    24. Robert Kranjec SLO 7
    25. Harri Olli FIN 6
    26. Michael Uhrmann GER 5
    27. Jussi Hautamaeki FIN 4
    28. Jan Mazoch CZE 3
    29. Henning Stensrud NOR 2
    30. Andreas Widhoelzl AUT 1
  2. Chimpo_the_Sith Jedi Grand Master

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    Congratulations Matti Hautamaeki :)

    Yeah Adam Malysz was 2nd. :D :D :D He is in good form :D :D
  3. Tod Jedi Master

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  4. Neimoidian Jedi Knight

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    Congratulations Tod on Matti's winning! :)
  5. Chimpo_the_Sith Jedi Grand Master

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    Yesterdays event was postponed on Sunday because of Thomas Morgenstern very heavy crash :( Poor guy :(
  6. Obi Anne FF admin Celebrations, Europe

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    You forgot

    36 Johan Eriksson, Sweden. ;)

    No actually that's really great he's just 18, did much better in the qualification round, so he has the potential to get to the final. I've also competed with him, he's a great guy.

    Personally I hate being stuck without Eurosport during the winter. I haven't seen any pictures of Morgenstern's crash, but apparantly it looked worse than it was at least. Have to make a call to my sister and hear she says about it.
  7. Darth_Fizyk Jedi Grand Master

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    General Scores after the Soecond Competition In Kuusamo :)

    1 Malysz Adam POL 160 :cool:
    2 Lindstroem Veli-Matti FIN 120
    3 Hautamaeki Matti FIN 116
    4 Pettersen Sigurd NOR 100
    5 Hannawald Sven GER 77
    6 Ljoekelsoey Roar NOR 76
    7 Kokkonen Akseli FIN 58
    8 Ingebrigtsen Tommy NOR 54
    9 Yamada Hiroki JPN 50
    10 Ahonen Janne FIN 48
    11 Zonta Peter SLO 46
    12 Goldberger Andreas AUT 40
    12 Schmitt Martin GER 40
    14 Widhoelzl Andreas AUT 37
    15 Romoeren Bjoern Einar NOR 36
    16 Kasai Noriaki JPN 35
    17 Morgenstern Thomas AUT 29
    18 Funaki Kazuyoshi JPN 25
    19 Liegl Florian AUT 24
    20 Silaev Alexei RUS 22
    21 Jones Clint USA 20
    21 Schneider Balthasar AUT 20
    23 Kofler Andreas AUT 18
    23 Ammann Simon SUI 18
    25 Hoellwarth Martin AUT 16
    26 Benkovic Rok SLO 15
    26 Hautamaeki Jussi FIN 15
    26 Janda Jakub CZE 15
    29 Kiuru Tami FIN 14
    30 Kranjec Robert SLO 13
    31 Uhrmann Michael GER 12
    31 Bachleda Marcin POL 12 :)
    33 Salumae Jens EST 10
    34 Kuettel Andreas SUI 9
    34 Fras Damjan SLO 9
    36 Miyahira Hideharu JPN 8
    37 Olli Harri FIN 6
    38 Chedal Emmanuel FRA 5
    39 Mazoch Jan CZE 3
    40 Stensrud Henning NOR 2
    40 Kang Chil Gu KOR 2
    42 Peterka Primoz SLO 1

    Thomas Morgenstern sad, that he will be probably at Titise-Neustadt Competition :)
  8. Jaina_Mirax Ex CR North-Germany and GSFF RSA

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  9. Tod Jedi Master

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    Weather could have been a lot better in last weekend's competitions. But that's always a problem in these outdoor sports.
  10. Darth_Fizyk Jedi Grand Master

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    Yes, the bad weather is a big problem, Especially, when the wind is very strong, or there is a fog (or clouds).
    But i can't imagine Ski Jumping indoors :)
  11. Tod Jedi Master

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    But i can't imagine Ski Jumping indoors

    That would be a strange sight indeed.
  12. Obi Anne FF admin Celebrations, Europe

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    That would definetly require some fancy engineering.

    Do any of you who saw the competition know who was the TD?
  13. Chimpo_the_Sith Jedi Grand Master

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  14. Chimpo_the_Sith Jedi Grand Master

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    Happy Birthday Adam Malysz :D

    Adam Malysz is celebrating today his 26 birthday :D

  15. Tod Jedi Master

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    Perhaps skijumping should be indoors sport. At least then they could jump more often. They've had to cancel quite many competitions this season already. It's getting a bit boring. Hopefully rest of the competitions will get better weather.

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