Puchar Świata – statystyki

 

Zwycięzcy konkursów Pucharu Świata (pod względem ilości zwycięstw)

Gregor Schlierenzauer - rekordzista pod względem ilości wygranych konkursów PŚ

 
Skoczek (kraj)
Zwycięstwa**
Lata triumfów
1
Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)
53
2006 – 2014
2
Matti Nykaenen (FIN) *
46
1981 – 1989
3
Adam Małysz (POL) *
39
1996 – 2011
4
Janne Ahonen (FIN)
36
1993 – 2008
5
Jens Weissflog (GER) *
33
1983 – 1996
6
Martin Schmitt (GER) *
28
1998 – 2002
7
Andreas Felder (AUT) *
25
1984 – 1992
8
Simon Ammann (SUI)
23
2002 – 2014
 
Thomas Morgenstern (AUT) *
23
2003 – 2013
10
Severin Freund (GER)
22
2011 – 2016
 
Peter Prevc (SLO)
22
2014 – 2017
 
Kamil Stoch (POL)
22
2011 – 2017
13
Andreas Goldberger (AUT) *
20
1993 – 1996
14
Sven Hannawald (GER) *
18
1998 – 2003
 
Andreas Widhoelzl (AUT) *
18
1997 – 2005
16
Noriaki Kasai (JPN)
17
1992 – 2014
17
Matti Hautamaeki (FIN) *
16
2000 – 2006
18
Kazuyoshi Funaki (JPN)
15
1994 – 2005
 
Primoz Peterka (SLO) *
15
1996 – 2003
 
Ernst Vettori (AUT) *
15
1984 – 1992
21
Horst Bulau (CAN) *
13
1981 – 1983
 
Armin Kogler (AUT) *
13
1980 – 1983
23
Andreas Kofler (AUT)
12
2006 – 2012
 
Stefan Kraft (AUT)
12
2014 – 2017
 
Dieter Thoma (GER) *
12
1988 – 1997
26
Roar Ljoekelsoey (NOR) *
11
2003 – 2006
27
Anders Jacobsen (NOR) *
10
2006 – 2015
 
Pavel Ploc (CSV) *
10
1983 – 1990
29
Masahiko Harada (JPN) *
9
1995 – 1998
 
Toni Nieminen (FIN) *
9
1991 – 1995
 
Ari-Pekka Nikkola (FIN) *
9
1987 – 1996
 
Roger Ruud (NOR) *
9
1980 – 1985
 
Primoz Ulaga (YUG) *
9
1981 – 1988
34
Espen Bredesen (NOR) *
8
1993 – 1995
 
Martin Hoellwarth (AUT) *
8
1992 – 2005
 
Hubert Neuper (AUT) *
8
1980 – 1982
 
Bjoern Einar Romoeren (NOR) *
8
2003 – 2009
38
Anders Bardal (NOR) *
7
2008 – 2014
 
Robert Kranjec (SLO)
7
2005 – 2016
 
Vegard Opaas (NOR) *
7
1983 – 1988
41
Ole Bremseth (NOR) *
6
1982
 
Roberto Cecon (ITA) *
6
1990 – 1995
 
Jakub Janda (CZE)
6
2005 – 2006
 
Sigurd Pettersen (NOR) *
6
2002 – 2004
 
Werner Rathmayr (AUT) *
6
1991 – 1992
46
Jan Bokloev (SWE) *
5
1988 – 1989
 
Richard Freitag (GER)
5
2011 – 2015
 
Michael Hayboeck (AUT)
5
2015 – 2016
 
Martin Koch (AUT) *
5
2011 – 2012
 
Roman Koudelka (CZE)
5
2014 – 2016
 
Andreas Kuettel (SUI) *
5
2005 – 2007
 
Mika Laitinen (FIN) *
5
1995
 
Takanobu Okabe (JPN) *
5
1996 – 2009
 
Jari Puikkonen (FIN) *
5
1981 – 1986
55
Masahiro Akimoto (JPN) *
4
1980 – 1985
 
Per Bergerud (NOR) *
4
1980 – 1983
 
Ole Gunnar Fidjestoel (NOR) *
4
1985 – 1989
 
Daiki Ito (JPN)
4
2012
 
Frantisek Jez (CSV) *
4
1990
 
Wolfgang Loitzl (AUT) *
4
2009
 
Domen Prevc (SLO)
4
2016
 
Jaroslav Sakala (CZE) *
4
1993 – 1994
 
Jani Soininen (FIN) *
4
1996 – 2000
 
Stefan Zuend (SUI) *
4
1991 – 1992
65
Anders Fannemel (NOR)
3
2014 – 2016
 
Piotr Fijas (POL) *
3
1980 – 1986
 
Janne Happonen (FIN)*
3
2006 – 2008
 
Tom Hilde (NOR)
3
2008 – 2011
 
Harri Olli (FIN)
3
2009
 
Jiri Parma (CSV) *
3
1984 – 1985
 
Daniel Andre Tande (NOR)
3
2015 – 2016
72
Kristian Brenden (NOR) *
2
1996 – 1998
 
Thomas Diethart (AUT)
2
2014
 
Ulf Findeisen (GDR) *
2
1986 – 1987
 
Akira Higashi (JPN) *
2
1992 – 1997
 
Stefan Horngacher (AUT) *
2
1991 – 1999
 
Anton Innauer (AUT) *
2
1979 – 1980
 
Erik Johnsen (NOR) *
2
1988
 
Risto Jussilainen (FIN) *
2
2001
 
Ville Kantee (FIN) *
2
1999 – 2001
 
Andre Kiesewetter (GER) *
2
1990
 
Maciej Kot (POL)
2
2017
 
Heinz Kuttin (AUT) *
2
1991 – 1992
 
Risto Laakonen (FIN) *
2
1988 – 1989
 
Alois Lipburger (AUT) *
2
1981
 
Jan Matura (CZE)
2
2013
 
Franz Neulaendtner (AUT) *
2
1985 – 1990
 
Klaus Ostwald (GDR) *
2
1982 – 1983
 
Hiroya Saito (JPN) *
2
1995 – 1997
 
Reinhard Schwarzenberger (AUT) *
2
1994 – 1996
 
Pekka Suorsa (FIN) *
2
1985
 
Michael Uhrmann (GER) *
2
2004 – 2007
 
Andreas Wellinger (GER)
2
2014 – 2017
94
Rolf Age Berg (NOR) *
1
1986
 
Krzysztof Biegun (POL)
1
2013
 
Stanisław Bobak (POL) *
1
1980
 
Steinar Braaten (NOR) *
1
1983
 
John Broman (USA) *
1
1981
 
Lars Bystoel (NOR) *
1
2006
 
Steve Collins (CAN) *
1
1980
 
Jernej Damjan (SLO)
1
2014
 
Jochen Danneberg (GDR) *
1
1979
 
Manfred Deckert (GDR) *
1
1982
 
Nicolas Dessum (FRA) *
1
1995
 
Christof Duffner (GER) *
1
1992
 
Johan Remen Evensen (NOR) *
1
2011
 
Johann Andre Forfang (NOR)
1
2016
 
Holger Freitag (GER) *
1
1983
 
Kenneth Gangnes (NOR)
1
2015
 
Ralf Gebstedt (GER) *
1
1991
 
Werner Haim (AUT) *
1
1990
 
Jeffrey Hastings (USA) *
1
1983
 
Stephan Hocke (GER) *
1
2001
 
Mike Holland (USA) *
1
1989
 
Dag Holmen Jensen (NOR) *
1
1983
 
Jaka Hvala (SLO)
1
2013
 
Tami Kiuru (FIN) *
1
2003
 
Jon-Inge Kjoerum (NOR) *
1
1989
 
Anssi Koivuranta (FIN) *
1
2014
 
Tom Kristiansen (NOR) *
1
1980
 
Arttu Lappi (FIN) *
1
2006
 
Ville Larinto (FIN)
1
2010
 
Florian Liegl (AUT) *
1
2003
 
Ivan Lunardi (ITA) *
1
1993
 
Mikael Martinsson (SWE) *
1
1991
 
Hans Millonig (AUT) *
1
1980
 
Hideharu Miyahira (JPN) *
1
1999
 
Christian Nagiller (AUT) *
1
2003
 
Franci Petek (YUG) *
1
1990
 
Vladimir Podzimek (CSV) *
1
1984
 
Johan Saetre (NOR) *
1
1981
 
Akira Sato (JPN) *
1
1987
 
Kimmo Savolainen (FIN) *
1
1996
 
Gerd Siegmund (GER) *
1
1994
 
Manfred Steiner (AUT) *
1
1984
 
Hroar Stjernen (NOR) *
1
1985
 
Hansjoerg Sumi (SUI) *
1
1980
 
Martin Svagerko (CSV) *
1
1986
 
Staffan Taellberg (SWE) *
1
1991
 
Jurij Tepes (SLO)
1
2013
 
Jouko Toermaenen (FIN) *
1
1980
 
Rok Urbanc (SLO)*
1
2007
 
Hans Wallner (AUT) *
1
1981
 
Martin Weber (GER) *
1
1980
 
Hirokazu Yagi (JPN) *
1
1980
 
Tuomo Ylipulli (FIN) *
1
1987
 
Fumihisa Yumoto (JPN) *
1
2008
 
Jan Ziobro (POL)
1
2013
 
Peter Zonta (SLO) *
1
2004
 
Piotr Żyła (POL)
1
2013

* skoczkowie, którzy zakończyli już sportowe kariery

** stan na 12 lutego 2017 r., po konkursie PŚ w Sapporo

 

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