Willingen Ski Jumping World Cup 2023


Willingen in Germany hosts both women's and men's FIS Ski Jumping World Cup weekend in the beginning of February 2023. Take a look at the Willingen ski jumping event schedule and results.
The biggest large hill in the world: Mühlenkopfschanze (HS145) in Willingen, Germany.
The biggest large hill in the world: Mühlenkopfschanze (HS145) in Willingen, Germany. (Photo: Bjoern klipp, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons)


Willingen in Germany is a traditional ski jumping venue and an experienced host in the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup. Willingen premiered as a world cup host in the first season in 1995 and has been a regular host ever since in the ski jumping World Cup.

In 2023 Willingen hosts a World Cup weekend for men and women between 28th and 30th of January.



The large hill in Willingen that is used in the World Cup competitions is called Mühlenkopfschanze. It has a hill size is 145 metres and it's the biggest large hill in the world.

The hill record of 153 metres is held by Poland's Klemens Murańka (jumped in January 2021).


Willingen Ski Jumping World Cup 2023 - Schedule & timetables


The World Cup weekend in Willingen begins with a mixed team event and individual qualifications on Friday. The weekend continues on Saturday and Sunday with individual large hill competitions.

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

Calendar Willingen 2.-5.2.2023 (M+W)

  • DateEventLocation
  • 3.2.2023 - 5.2.2023World Cup Willingen Willingen, Germany
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    Fri 03.02.2023 16:00HS147, sekateam competition
    Sat 04.02.2023HS147, qualification, men
    Sat 04.02.2023 12:15HS147, women
    Sat 04.02.2023 16:10HS147, men
    Sun 05.02.2023HS147, qualification, women
    Sun 05.02.2023 11:45HS147, women
    Sun 05.02.2023 14:30HS147, qualification, men
    Sun 05.02.2023 16:00HS147, men




Willingen Ski Jumping World Cup 2023 - Results


We will update the Willingen ski jumping world cup 2023. See also FIS live result links.

Willingen World Cup 5.2.2023


Women HS147

#AthleteResult
1.Yuki Ito 🇯🇵233,3
2.Nozomi Maruyama 🇯🇵229,0
3.Sara Takanashi 🇯🇵222,6
4.Abigail Strate 🇨🇦213,1
5.Chiara Kreuzer 🇦🇹204,4
6.Ema Klinec 🇸🇮200,3
7.Selina Freitag 🇩🇪199,4
8.Katharina Althaus 🇩🇪194,4
9.Josephine Pagnier 🇫🇷186,3
10.Yuka Seto 🇯🇵182,7
29.Jenny Rautionaho 🇫🇮82,9

Complete results

Willingen World Cup 3.-4.2.2023


Men HS147

#AthleteResult
1.Halvor Egner Granerud 🇳🇴296,6
2.Anze Lanisek 🇸🇮293,9
3.Dawid Kubacki 🇵🇱281,3
4.Piotr Zyla 🇵🇱265,1
5.Karl Geiger 🇩🇪264,3
6.Ryoyu Kobayashi 🇯🇵263,5
7.Johann Andre Forfang 🇳🇴261,2
8.Stefan Kraft 🇦🇹257,4
9.Philipp Raimund 🇩🇪255,7
10.Andreas Wellinger 🇩🇪255,4

Complete results


Women's HS147

#AthleteResult
1.Katharina Althaus 🇩🇪264,4
2.Ema Klinec 🇸🇮256,3
3.Sara Takanashi 🇯🇵245,7
4.Yuki Ito 🇯🇵227,4
5.Nozomi Maruyama 🇯🇵221,3
6.Chiara Kreuzer 🇦🇹215,6
7.Selina Freitag 🇩🇪214,9
8.Thea Minyan Björseth 🇳🇴214,4
9.Abigail Strate 🇨🇦213,6
10.Eva Pinkelnig 🇦🇹210,2

Complete results


Mixed team competition

#AthleteResult
1.Norway 🇳🇴450,6
2.Austria 🇦🇹415,1
3.Germany 🇩🇪409,8
4.Japan 🇯🇵375,8
5.Slovenia 🇸🇮367,4
6.USA 🇺🇸270,0
7.Italy 🇮🇹208,8
8.Romania 🇷🇴81,5






FIS live result links





Willingen Ski Jumping World Cup 2022 - Results


Willingen World Cup 30.1.2022


Men HS147

#AthleteResult
1.Marius Lindvik 🇳🇴243,8
2.Karl Geiger 🇩🇪238,7
3.Cene Prevc 🇸🇮235,6
4.Ryoyu Kobayashi 🇯🇵234,7
5.Halvor Egner Granerud 🇳🇴234,3
6.Stefan Kraft 🇦🇹229,3
7.Thomas Lackner 🇦🇹219,0
8.Daiki Ito 🇯🇵216,2
9.Timi Zajc 🇸🇮207,1
10.Lovro Kos 🇸🇮206,7

Women HS147

#AthleteResult
1.Nika Kriznar 🇸🇮131,6
2.Katharina Althaus 🇩🇪126,0
3.Aleksandra Kustova115,8
4.Josephine Pagnier 🇫🇷98,2
5.Ema Klinec 🇸🇮96,0
6.Ursa Bogataj 🇸🇮91,2
7.Frida Westman 🇸🇪89,5
8.Yuki Ito 🇯🇵85,8
9.Jerneja Brecl 🇸🇮76,2
10.Kaori Iwabuchi 🇯🇵74,6


Willingen World Cup 29.1.2022


Men HS147

#AthleteResult
1.Ryoyu Kobayashi 🇯🇵115,6
2.Halvor Egner Granerud 🇳🇴111,6
3.Marius Lindvik 🇳🇴107,0
4.Severin Freund 🇩🇪104,2
5.Yukiya Sato 🇯🇵103,0
6.Stephan Leyhe 🇩🇪97,0
7.Lovro Kos 🇸🇮95,1
7.Ziga Jelar 🇸🇮95,1
9.Daniel Huber 🇦🇹94,8
10.Gregor Deschwanden 🇨🇭90,4
35.Arttu Pohjola 🇫🇮46,3
40.Eetu Meriläinen 🇫🇮40,4

Naiset HS147

#UrheilijaTulos
1.Marita Kramer 🇦🇹80,2
2.Katharina Althaus 🇩🇪77,1
3.Ema Klinec 🇸🇮72,0
4.Yuki Ito 🇯🇵71,5
5.Nika Kriznar 🇸🇮69,8
6.Josephine Pagnier 🇫🇷61,0
7.Ursa Bogataj 🇸🇮53,1
8.Silje Opseth 🇳🇴50,5
9.Jacqueline Seifriedsberger 🇦🇹45,4
10.Frida Westman 🇸🇪41,2
19.Jenny Rautionaho 🇫🇮19,7
22.Julia Kykkänen 🇫🇮8,6


Only one round was jumped in each competition.

Willingen World Cup 28.1.2022


Men's qualification HS147

#AthleteResult
1.Kamil Stoch 🇵🇱136,2 Q
2.Daniel Huber 🇦🇹136,1 Q
3.Anze Lanisek 🇸🇮131,7 Q
4.Piotr Zyla 🇵🇱130,3 Q
5.Lovro Kos 🇸🇮125,7 Q
6.Marius Lindvik 🇳🇴125,6 Q
7.Dawid Kubacki 🇵🇱125,0 Q
8.Severin Freund 🇩🇪121,6 Q
9.Pawel Wasek 🇵🇱120,7 Q
10.Halvor Egner Granerud 🇳🇴119,2 Q

See also: Full results list

Mixed Team HS147

#TeamResult
1.Slovenia862,8
2.Norway799,7
3.Austria779,5
4.Germany778,4
5.Japan724,0
6.Poland563,1
7.France510,9
8.Russia460,0
9.Finland148,9