Innsbruck hosts the third Four Hills Tournament event once again on the 3rd and 4th of January 2023. Take a look at the Innsbruck ski jumping event schedule and results.
Photo: Salla Karhumaa (Ruka Nordic)
Innsbruck hosts third event of 4 Hills Tournament 2022-2023
Innsbruck in Austria is a classic ski jumping venue and an experienced host in the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
. Innsbruck traditionally hosts the third event of the German-Austrian Four Hills Tournament
on the 3rd-4th of January and this season makes no difference.
Innsbruck has been included in the world cup schedule since the beginning of the world cup in 1979-1980 and has been a regular host in the World Cup ever since.
Innsbruck has hosted the third event of the Four Hills Tournament even longer, since the season 1952-1953. Innsbruck has hosted the World Ski Championships
ski jumping four times: in 1933, 1964, 1976 and 2019. Innsbruck has also hosted the Winter Olympics two times in 1964 and 1976.
The large hill in Innsbruck that is used in the men's World Cup and the Four Hills competitions is called Bergisel
. It has a hill size is 128 metres. The hill record of 138 metres is held by Austria's Michael Hayböck
(jumped in 2015).
After Innsbruck the final event of the Four Hills Tournament will be jumped in Bischofshofen, Austria. The qualification is jumped on Thursday the 5th and the competition on Friday the 6th of January.
Innsbruck Ski Jumping World Cup 2023 - Schedule & timetables
In the season 2022-2023 Innsbruck will host once again the third event of the men's Four Hills Tournament in the beginning of January. The Innsbruck event is also a part of the ski jumping World Cup.
The qualification for the Innsbruck competition is in schedule on Tuesday the 3rd and the individual large hill competition takes place on Wednesday the 4th of January 2023.
NOTE: The times are in CEST (UTC+2).
Timetables for Innsbruck 2023
|Date & time||Event|
|Tue 3.1.2023 13:30||Qualification HS130, men|
|Wed 4.1.2023 13:30||Individual competition HS130, men|
Innsbruck Ski Jumping World Cup 2023 - Results
We will update the Innsbruck ski jumping world cup 2023 results here. See also FIS live results
Innsbruck mäkiviikko 3/4 4.1.2023
|1.||Dawid Kubacki 🇵🇱||265,2|
|2.||Halvor Egner Granerud 🇳🇴||261,7|
|3.||Anze Lanisek 🇸🇮||258,8|
|4.||Stefan Kraft 🇦🇹||255,0|
|5.||Kamil Stoch 🇵🇱||249,2|
|6.||Marius Lindvik 🇳🇴||246,2|
|7.||Michael Hayböck 🇦🇹||239,1|
|8.||Daniel Tschofenig 🇦🇹||234,3|
|9.||Jan Hörl 🇦🇹||233,7|
|10.||Piotr Zyla 🇵🇱||231,5|
|27.||Antti Aalto 🇫🇮||205,7|
|41.||Vilho Palosaari 🇫🇮||88,3|
Innsbruck Four Hills Tournament 3.1.2023
Men qualification HS128
|1.||Dawid Kubacki 🇵🇱||126,8|
|2.||Kamil Stoch 🇵🇱||122,8|
|3.||Anze Lanisek 🇸🇮||116,1|
|4.||Marius Lindvik 🇳🇴||114,1|
|5.||Johann Andre Forfang 🇳🇴||113,6|
|6.||Stefan Kraft 🇦🇹||113,4|
|6.||Jan Hörl 🇦🇹||113,4|
|8.||Peter Prevc 🇸🇮||112,0|
|9.||Lovro Kos 🇸🇮||108,7|
|10.||Michael Hayböck 🇦🇹||107,9|
FIS live results
Innsbruck Ski Jumping World Cup 2022 - Results
Four Hills - Innsbruck 3.1.2022
|1.||Ryoyu Kobayashi 🇯🇵||132,7 Q|
|2.||Jan Hörl 🇦🇹||131,3 Q|
|3.||Killian Peier 🇨🇭||127,8 Q|
|4.||Daniel Huber 🇦🇹||123,0 Q|
|5.||Lovro Kos 🇸🇮||122,2 Q|
|6.||Severin Freund 🇩🇪||120,9 Q|
|7.||Yukiya Sato 🇯🇵||118,0 Q|
|8.||Markus Eisenbichler 🇩🇪||117,9 Q|
|9.||Anze Lanisek 🇸🇮||116,8 Q|
|10.||Karl Geiger 🇩🇪||116,6 Q|