Ruka Ski Jump World Cup 2022

Ruka in Finland hosts a FIS Ski Jumping World Cup weekend in late November 2022. See Ruka ski jumping event schedule and results.
Ruka in Kuusamo, Finland, is a traditional ski jumping venue and an experienced host in the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup. Ruka premiered as a world cup host in 1996. From 2002 onwards Ruka has been a regular host in the World Cup.

The Ruka World Cup weekend, called Ruka Nordic, traditionally combines ski jumping, cross country skiing and nordic combined World Cup events.

A view from he Ruka's large hill.
Photo: Ruka Nordic -kuvapankki
A view from he Ruka's large hill.

The large hill in Ruka that is used in the World Cup competitions has a hill size is 142 metres. Hill record of 147,5 metres is shared by Stefan Kraft (AUT), Ryōyū Kobayashi (JPN) and Karl Geiger (GER).

Ruka Ski Jumping World Cup 2022 - Schedule & timetables

In the season 2022-2023 Ruka will host a men's World Cup weekend in late November. It's the second competition weekend of the world cup season.

The weekend starts off with qualification on Friday, continues on Saturday an individual large hill competition and ends on Sunday with another qualification and an individual large hill competition.

NOTE! All the times in the calendar are Central European Time (CET), UTC +1.

Calendar Ruka 25.-27.11.2022 (M)

  • DateEventLocation
  • 25.11.2022 - 27.11.2022World Cup Ruka (men) Ruka, Finland
    Sat 26.11.2022 07:30HS142, qualification, men
    Sat 26.11.2022 09:00HS142, men
    Sun 27.11.2022 07:30HS142, qualification, men
    Sun 27.11.2022 09:00HS142, men

Ruka Ski Jumping World Cup 2022 - Results

Take a look at the Ruka Nordic ski jumping world cup 2022 live results below.

Rukan World ski jumpi 27.11.2022

HS142 men

1.Stefan Kraft 🇦🇹304,5
1.Halvor Egner Granerud 🇳🇴304,5
3.Naoki Nakamura 🇯🇵294,9
4.Anze Lanisek 🇸🇮294,6
5.Piotr Zyla 🇵🇱284,1
6.Dawid Kubacki 🇵🇱278,7
7.Andreas Wellinger 🇩🇪277,8
8.Daniel Tschofenig 🇦🇹276,2
8.Pius Paschke 🇩🇪276,2
10.Markus Eisenbichler 🇩🇪275,0
25.Niko Kytösaho 🇫🇮237,7
26.Antti Aalto 🇫🇮233,3

Ski jumping, Ruka WC 26.11.2022

Men, HS142

1.Anze Lanisek 🇸🇮312,8
2.Stefan Kraft 🇦🇹311,5
3.Piotr Zyla 🇵🇱300,7
4.Dawid Kubacki 🇵🇱296,5
5.Manuel Fettner 🇦🇹294,5
5.Halvor Egner Granerud 🇳🇴294,5
7.Karl Geiger 🇩🇪288,7
8.Daniel Andre Tande 🇳🇴286,8
8.Marius Lindvik 🇳🇴286,8
10.Michael Hayböck 🇦🇹286,7

Ruka Ski Jumping World Cup 2021 - Results

Ruka Nordic - Ski jumping 28.11.2021

Men HS142

1.Anze Lanisek 🇸🇮311,9
2.Karl Geiger 🇩🇪310,3
3.Markus Eisenbichler 🇩🇪305,2
4.Marius Lindvik 🇳🇴297,5
5.Cene Prevc 🇸🇮296,8
6.Peter Prevc 🇸🇮288,2
7.Stefan Kraft 🇦🇹284,0
8.Manuel Fettner 🇦🇹281,8
9.Stephan Leyhe 🇩🇪281,6
10.Andreas Wellinger 🇩🇪281,5

Ruka Nordic ski jump 27.11.2021

Men HS142

1.Ryoyu Kobayashi 🇯🇵324,5
2.Anze Lanisek 🇸🇮318,9
3.Markus Eisenbichler 🇩🇪304,4
4.Stefan Kraft 🇦🇹289,8
5.Karl Geiger 🇩🇪289,6
6.Killian Peier 🇨🇭282,9
7.Pius Paschke 🇩🇪279,0
8.Kamil Stoch 🇵🇱278,6
9.Timi Zajc 🇸🇮272,9
10.Yukiya Sato 🇯🇵265,0
36.Niko Kytösaho 🇫🇮117,8

Rukan Nordic ski jumping 26.11.2021

Men´s qualification HS142

1.Ryoyu Kobayashi 🇯🇵168,6 Q
2.Daniel Huber 🇦🇹160,0 Q
3.Pius Paschke 🇩🇪154,7 Q
4.Naoki Nakamura 🇯🇵153,3 Q
5.Stefan Kraft 🇦🇹152,9 Q
6.Karl Geiger 🇩🇪152,5 Q
7.Jan Hörl 🇦🇹151,5 Q
8.Markus Eisenbichler 🇩🇪149,5 Q
9.Robert Johansson 🇳🇴147,6 Q
10.Timi Zajc 🇸🇮146,6 Q

53. Halvor Egner Granerud (NOR) 97,9