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Skispringen

Austrian Ski Jumping Championships

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Men Women
Winner
Normalschanze TyrolTirol (Bundesland) Gregor Schlierenzauer StyriaSteiermark Daniela Iraschko-Stolz
Large hill TyrolTirol (Bundesland) Philipp Aschenwald SalzburgLand Salzburg Chiara Hölzl
Contests
Venues 2 2
Individual competitions 2 2
Athlete 51 12
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Paul-Außerleitner ski jump in Bischofshofen

The Austrian National Ski Jumping Championships 2020 took place from 25th to 27th September in Eisenerz and Bischofshofen. The organizer was the Austrian Ski Association, whereas the winter sports clubs SC Erzbergland and SC Bischofshofen as well as the regional ski associations of Styria and Salzburg were responsible for the implementation. The first stop for the athletes was Eisenerz, where they jumped from the normal hill of the Erzberg ski jumps (K 98 / HS 109), before another champion was determined on the third day from the Paul Ausserleitner large hill (K 125 / HS 142). The material control was carried out according to the regulations of the Austrian and international competition rules. Head coaches of the Austrian national teams were Andreas Widhölzl for the men and Harald Rodlauer for the women. The championships took place together with the Nordic combined championships.

Program and schedule

Österreichische Meisterschaften im Skispringen 2020 (Österreich)
Eisenerz (47° 30′ 46,99″ N, 14° 50′ 12,71″O)
Iron Ore
Bischofshofen (47° 25′ 2″ N, 13° 13′ 10″O)
Bischofshofen
Location of the competition venues

The schedule of the Austrian Championships shown here corresponds to the original planning of the ÖSV. This could not be adhered to due to a massive change in the weather in Eisenerz, as the Erzberg ski jumps, which were covered with mats, first had to be cleared of snow on the day of the competition. The trial round on Saturday, September 26 in Eisenerz therefore only started at 12:35 p.m., while the first round started at 2:10 p.m..[1][2] The schedule in Bischofshofen could be kept.

Date Time[3] Event Location
Fri, 25 September Free practice Erzberg ski jumps
Sat, 26 September 08:00 Team captains meeting Iron Ore
09:00 Rehearsal Erzberg ski jumps
10:45 First pass
then Final round
approx. 15:15 Award ceremony Erzberg Arena
Sun., 27 September 08:00 Team captains meeting Bischofshofen
09:00 Rehearsal Paul Ausserleitner Ski Jump
10:30 First pass
then Final round
then Award ceremony

Participating

51 male and twelve female ski jumpers took part in the competitions from the normal hill before the field of participants was reduced for the jumping from the large hill.

63 participants (51 male and 12 female athletes) from 7 German states
  • CarinthiaKärnten Carinthia (8)
  • Upper AustriaOberösterreich Upper Austria (11)
  • SalzburgLand Salzburg Salzburg (15)
  • StyriaSteiermark Styria (7)
  • TirolTirol (Bundesland) Tirol (16)
  • VorarlbergVorarlberg Vorarlberg (5)
  • ViennaWien Vienna (1)

Results women

Normalschanze

The championship jumping event from the normal hill took place on 26 September 2020. Although the jumping run was scheduled to start at 10:45, a change in the weather prevented it from starting on time. In the end, the first round started at 14:10, but the women’s turn came only after the 37 starting Nordic Combined athletes. Twelve athletes were on the start list for the competition.[4] After the first round Eva Pinkelnig was in the lead, whereas the best in training Chiara Hölzl was already clearly behind the medal ranks.[2] With the longest jump of the day at 99.5 m Daniela Iraschko-Stolz secured her 15th title.[5]

Place Name Association Width 1 Width 2 Points
01. Daniela Iraschko-Stolz WSV Eisenerz 094,5 099,5 219,3
02. Eva Pinkelnig WSV Tschagguns 097,5 098,5 215,3
03. Sophie Sorschag SV Villach 096,0 099,0 205,9
04. Marita Kramer SK Saalfelden 092,5 094,5 202,3
05. Chiara Hölzl SV Schwarzach 085,0 099,0 197,6
06. Lisa Eder SK Saalfelden 092,0 093,0 188,5
07. Vanessa Moharitsch ASVÖ SC Höhnhart 074,0 081,5 111,6
08. Elisabeth Raudaschl NTS Salzkammergut 073,5 080,0 106,6
09. Hannah Wiegele SV Achomitz/Zahomc 073,5 076,5 104,5
10. Julia Mühlbacher ASVÖ SC Höhnhart 075,0 075,5 095,5
11. Julia Huber SK Rottenmann 069,0 074,0 084,0
12. Katharina Ellmauer NTS Salzkammergut 066,5 070,0 070,2

Large hill

Champion Chiara Hölzl (2019)

The championship jumping from the large hill took place on Sunday, 27 September in Bischofshofen. After Chiara Hölzl already dominated the trial round she took the lead after the first round with a big advantage and finally deservedly won the championship title. Eleven athletes were listed in the start list, but one of them did not start.[6]

Place Name Association Width 1 Width 2 Points
01. Chiara Hölzl SV Schwarzach 140,5 127,5 230,8
02. Daniela Iraschko-Stolz WSV Eisenerz 131,5 116,5 190,9
03. Eva Pinkelnig WSV Tschagguns 126,0 117,5 176,3
04. Marita Kramer SK Saalfelden 115,0 117,5 155,9
05. Sophie Sorschag SV Villach 118,5 104,5 144,3
06. Lisa Eder SK Saalfelden 116,0 102,0 119,5
07. Hannah Wiegele SV Achomitz/Zahomc 101,0 093,0 079,7
08. Elisabeth Raudaschl NTS Salzkammergut 094,5 100,0 074,0
09. Vanessa Moharitsch ASVÖ SC Höhnhart 087,0 091,5 038,2
10. Julia Huber SK Rottenmann 076,0 075,0 000,0
DNS Katharina Ellmauer NTS Salzkammergut

Results men

Normalschanze

The competition from the Normal Hill in Eisenerz took place on Saturday, 26 September 2020. The first round started at 14:10, but the men’s turn came only after the 37 starting Nordic Combined athletes as well as the twelve female ski jumpers. There were 51 athletes on the start list.[4] The trial run was won by Elias Medwed.[1] He could not confirm this performance in the first competition round where Gregor Schlierenzauer was leading the field.[2] Schlierenzauer was also the best jumper in the second round and thus deservedly became Austrian National Champion:[5] “It is a nice confirmation for my hard work. You always take something like this positively. Of course it is a small hill. It really counts in winter and on the big hill”, the World Cup record winner said.[7]

Place Name Association Width 1 Width 2 Points
01. Gregor Schlierenzauer SV Innsbruck-Bergisel 107,0 108,5 255,9
02. Markus Schiffner UVB Hinzenbach 105,5 104,5 248,6
03. Jan Hörl SC Bischofshofen 104,0 103,0 243,5
04. Marco Wörgötter Kitzbühel SC 106,5 103,0 243,4
05. Clemens Aigner SV Innsbruck-Bergisel 103,5 104,0 240,5
06. Michael Hayböck UVB Hinzenbach 103,5 104,0 239,5
07. Clemens Leitner Nordic Team Absam 102,0 102,5 236,9
08. Daniel Huber SC Seekirchen 105,0 098,5 235,3
09. Manuel Fettner SV Innsbruck-Bergisel 101,5 100,5 232,7
10. Thomas Lackner Nordic Team Absam 100,5 097,0 229,0
11. Stefan Kraft SV Schwarzach 101,5 098,5 228,4
12. David Haagen ESV Mürzzuschlag 102,0 098,5 227,9
13. Janni Reisenauer TSU St. Veit 105,0 094,0 227,0
14. Stefan Rainer SV Schwarzach 099,0 097,5 223,4
15. Niklas Bachlinger WSV Schoppernau 095,5 099,5 223,3
Place Name Association Width 1 Width 2 Points
16. Timon-Pascal Kahofer WSV Wörgl 097,0 101,5 220,7
17. Maximilian Steiner NTS Salzkammergut 096,5 098,5 220,3
Philipp Aschenwald SC Mayrhofen 096,5 101,5 220,3
19. Elias Medved SV Innsbruck-Bergisel 101,5 098,0 219,5
20. Maximilian Lienher Kitzbühel SC 099,5 094,5 218,1
21. Ulrich Wohlgenannt SK Kehlegg 098,0 098,0 217,7
22. Daniel Tschofenig SV Achomitz/Zahomc 094,5 099,5 215,5
Mika Schwann SG Klagenfurt 099,0 094,5 215,5
24. Peter Resinger SV Schwarzach 096,5 096,0 208,0
25. Markus Rupitsch SG Klagenfurt 099,5 090,0 206,2
26. Michael Hofer UVB Hinzenbach 097,5 094,5 205,3
27. Markus Müller UVB Hinzenbach 096,5 091,5 202,3
28. Stefan Huber SC Seekirchen 096,0 095,0 202,2
29. Maximilian Ortner SV Villach 095,0 091,5 197,5
30. Julijan Smid SV Achomitz/Zahomc 092,5 094,5 193,5

Large hill

The championship jumping from the large hill took place on Sunday, 27 September in Bischofshofen. After Philipp Aschenwald had a surprisingly weak performance the day before, he presented himself in his usual top form from the Paul Ausserleitner hill and took the lead already after the first round.[8] He even extended his lead of 11.3 points after the first jump and thus celebrated his first championship title.[6] A positive surprise were Maximilian Steiner, who already became Austrian national champion with the team in Villach in 2016, and Thomas Lackner, who after his team bronze medal in 2013 could now also win his first medal in the individual event. In contrast, the performance of the overall World Cup winner 2019/20 Stefan Kraft has to be seen as a negative surprise, even if the expectations were already lower than usual in advance due to persistent back pain. There were 41 athletes listed in the start list, but with Francisco Mörth one athlete did not start.

Place Name Association Width 1 Width 2 Points
01. Philipp Aschenwald SC Mayrhofen 144,0 135,5 257,9
02. Michael Hayböck UVB Hinzenbach 133,5 138,5 242,3
03. Thomas Lackner Nordic Team Absam 132,5 134,5 239,3
04. Daniel Huber SC Seekirchen 135,5 137,0 238,7
05. Manuel Fettner SV Innsbruck-Bergisel 140,0 142,5 238,4
06. Maximilian Steiner NTS Salzkammergut 140,0 128,5 234,3
07. Markus Schiffner UVB Hinzenbach 135,0 136,5 233,7
08. Gregor Schlierenzauer SV Innsbruck-Bergisel 136,5 129,5 229,5
09. Peter Resinger SV Schwarzach 139,5 133,5 229,4
10. Niklas Bachlinger WSV Schoppernau 132,5 130,5 228,7
11. Jan Hörl SC Bischofshofen 132,0 133,0 223,8
12. Stefan Kraft SV Schwarzach 124,5 131,5 216,8
13. Clemens Aigner SV Innsbruck-Bergisel 132,0 124,5 213,7
14. David Haagen ESV Mürzzuschlag 118,5 134,0 212,0
15. Janni Reisenauer TSU St. Veit 127,5 129,0 210,0
Place Name Association Width 1 Width 2 Points
16. Stefan Rainer SV Schwarzach 129,0 128,5 207,1
17. Timon-Pascal Kahofer WSV Wörgl 128,5 133,0 206,9
18. Marco Wörgötter Kitzbühel SC 126,5 128,0 199,5
19. Mika Schwann SG Klagenfurt 131,5 121,0 197,4
20. Markus Müller UVB Hinzenbach 125,0 124,5 192,0
21. Stefan Huber SC Seekirchen 131,0 114,0 188,5
22. Michael Hofer UVB Hinzenbach 127,5 116,0 187,2
23. Julijan Smid SV Achomitz/Zahomc 120,0 126,0 184,9
24. Maximilian Ortner SV Villach 128,5 117,5 182,3
Maximilian Lienher Kitzbühel SC 127,5 121,5 182,3
26. Julian Wienerroither SK Saalfelden 122,5 128,5 179,8
27. Elias Medved SV Innsbruck-Bergisel 116,5 123,0 177,9
28. Clemens Leitner Nordic Team Absam 121,5 118,5 170,1
29. Elias Kogler Kitzbühel SC 125,0 114,0 166,1
30. Daniel Tschofenig SV Achomitz/Zahomc 123,5 110,5 164,0

See also

  • List of the Austrian ski jumping champions
  • Austrian Nordic Combined Championships 2020

Web links

Individual references

  1. a b Result list training ÖM 2020 Eisenerz. In: ewoxx.com. 26. September 2020, retrieved 26 September 2020 (PDF).
  2. a b c Result list first run ÖM 2020 Eisenerz. In: ewoxx.com. 26. September 2020, retrieved 26 September 2020 (PDF).
  3. All times refer to CEST = UTC+2, local time is UTC+2.
  4. a b Start list jumping ÖM 2020 Eisenerz. In: ewoxx.com. 25. September 2020, retrieved 25 September 2020.
  5. a b Result list overall ÖM 2020 Eisenerz. In: ewoxx.com. 26. September 2020, retrieved 26 September 2020 (PDF).
  6. a b Result list overall ÖM 2020 Bischofshofen. In: ewoxx.com. 27. September 2020, retrieved 27 September 2020 (PDF).
  7. Championship titles for Schlierenzauer and Iraschko-Stolz. In: sport.orf.at (ORF). 26. September 2020, retrieved 26 September 2020.
  8. Result list first round ÖM 2020 Bischofshofen. In: ewoxx.com. 27. September 2020, retrieved 27 September 2020 (PDF).