Zakopane Ski Jump World Cup 2021 | Schedule & Results

Zakopane Ski Jump World Cup 2021

Polish Zakopane hosts two FIS Ski Jumping World Cup competitions in January and February 2021.
Zakopane in Poland is a classic ski jumping venue and a traditional host in the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup. Zakopane premiered as a world cup host already in 1980. After 15 years of absence Zakopane returned to the World Cup programme in 1996 and has been almost regular host ever since. Since 2002 the world cup has been organized in Zakopane every year.

Zakopane has also been a host for the Ski World Championships three times back in the days in 1929, 1939 and 1962.

Wielka Krokiew in Zakopane.
Wielka Krokiew in Zakopane. (Photo: Piotr Drabik from Poland, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons)

The ski jumping hill in Zakopane is called Wielka Krokiew. It's hill size is 140 metres. The Japanese jumper Yukiya Satō has the hill record of 147 metres which he jumped in the 2020 world cup team competition.

In 2021 Zakopane will host an extra weekend of competition in February since the weekend in Beijing was cancelled and moved to Zakopane.

Zakopane ski jumping world cup 2021 - Schedule & timetables

Zakopane will host two ski jumping weekends in 2021. After the normal world cup weekend in January Zakopane will also hosts a weekend in February which replaces the originally planned Beijing competitions.

Note: All times are local Polish times (CET)

Weekend 2 - February

Date & timeEvent
Fri 12.2.2021 xx:xxQualification HS140
Sat 13.2.2021 xx:xxIndividual competition HS140
Sun 14.2.2021 xx:xxIndividual competition HS140

Weekend 1 - January

Date & timeEvent
Fri 15.1.2021 18:00Qualification HS140
Sat 16.1.2021 16:15Team competition HS140
Sun 17.1.2021 16:00Individual competition HS140

Zakopane world cup 2021 - Results

Zakopane World Cup 14.2.2021

Men HS140

1.Halvor Egner Granerud (NOR)298,1
2.Anze Lanisek (SLO)295,2
3.Robert Johansson (NOR)293,8
4.Marius Lindvik (NOR)292,6
5.Stefan Kraft (AUT)290,2
6.Dawid Kubacki (POL)288,4
7.Daniel Andre Tande (NOR)286,4
8.Keiichi Sato (JPN)286,0
9.Ryoyu Kobayashi (JPN)284,8
10.Daniel Huber (AUT)284,5

Zakopane World Cup 13.2.2021

Men HS140

1.Ryoyu Kobayashi (JPN)268,9
2.Andrzej Stekala (POL)268,6
3.Marius Lindvik (NOR)267,8
4.Anze Lanisek (SLO)266,9
5.Bor Pavlovcic (SLO)266,4
6.Daniel Andre Tande (NOR)263,5
7.Halvor Egner Granerud (NOR)263,0
8.Piotr Zyla (POL)257,5
9.Robert Johansson (NOR)256,8
10.Stefan Kraft (AUT)252,9

Zakopane World Cup 17.1.2021

Men HS140

1.Marius Lindvik (NOR)296,5
2.Anze Lanisek (SLO)294,2
3.Robert Johansson (NOR)292,9
4.Daniel Huber (AUT)288,9
5.Andrzej Stekala (POL)284,7
6.Ryoyu Kobayashi (JPN)282,4
7.Yukiya Sato (JPN)279,8
8.Markus Eisenbichler (GER)279,1
8.Domen Prevc (SLO)279,1
10.Daniel Andre Tande (NOR)278,3

Zakopane, World Cup 16.1.2021

Team HS140


Zakopane World Cup 15.1.2021

Qualification men HS140

1.Yukiya Sato (JPN)139,8 Q
2.Markus Eisenbichler (GER)137,0 Q
3.Andrzej Stekala (POL)135,8 Q
4.Daniel Huber (AUT)134,4 Q
5.Antti Aalto (FIN)133,0 Q
6.Cene Prevc (SLO)132,3 Q
7.Dawid Kubacki (POL)130,5 Q
8.Niko Kytösaho (FIN)130,1 Q
8.Tilen Bartol (SLO)130,1 Q
10.Keiichi Sato (JPN)129,7 Q

Past winners in Zakopane ski jumping world cup

Local heroes have been successful in Zakopane as Polish Kamil Stoch has the most wins in the individual competition with five victories alongside the Austrin phenom Gregor Schlierenzauer. Schlierenzauer has also been successful elsewhere since he has the most world cup wins of all time with 53.

Another local super star Adam Małysz has four wins in Zakopane. The Finn Matti Hautamäki has been able to snatch three wins in Zakopane.

Despite an impressive individual record in Zakopane, Poland has won the team competition only once. The team event was launched in Zakopane in 2013.

Polish ski jumping supporters in Zakopane.
Polish ski jumping supporters in Zakopane. (Photo: Збигнев Вансел, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons)

Individual competition

2021Marius Lindvik (NOR)
2020Kamil Stoch (POL)
2019Stefan Kraft (AUT)
2018Anze Semenic (SLO)
2017Kamil Stoch (POL)
2016Stefan Kraft (AUT)
2015Kamil Stoch (POL)
2014Anders Bardal (NOR)
2013Anders Jacobsen (NOR)
2012Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)
2012Kamil Stoch (POL)
2011Simon Ammann (SUI)
2011Adam Małysz (POL
2011Kamil Stoch (POL)
2010Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)
2010Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)
2009Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)
2009Wolfgang Loitzl (AUT)
2008Anders Bardal (NOR)
2008Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)
2007Rok Urbanc (SLO)
2006Matti Hautamäki (FIN)
2006Matti Hautamäki (FIN)
2005Adam Małysz (POL)
2005Adam Małysz (POL) / Roar Ljökelsöy (NOR)
2004Martin Höllwarth (AUT)
2004Michael Uhrmann (GER)
2003Sven Hannawald (GER)
2003Sven Hannawald (GER)
2002Adam Małysz (POL)
2002Matti Hautamäki (FIN)
1999Martin Schmitt (GER)
1999Martin Schmitt (GER)
1999Janne Ahonen (FIN)
1999Stefan Horngacher (AUT)
1998Primoz Peterka (SLO)
1998Kristian Brenden (NOR)
1996Andreas Goldberger (AUT)
1996Primoz Peterka (SLO)
1980Jens Weissflog (GER)
1980Pjotr Fijas (POL)
1980Stanislaw Bobak (POL)

Team competition