Hopp, normalbakke

Resultater.

1) Lars Bystøl, Norge 266.5 (101.5-103.5), 2) Matti Hautamaeki, Finland 265.5 (102.0-103.5), 3) Roar Ljøkelsøy, Norge 264.5 (102.5-102.5), 4) Michael Uhrmann, Tyskland 264.0 (101.0-104.5), 5) Andreas Küttel, Sveits 262.5 (103.0-101.0), 6) Janne Ahonen, Finland 261.5 (103.5-100.0), 7) Adam Malysz, Polen 261.0 (101.5-102.5), 8) Michael Neumayer, Tyskland 260.5 (103.5-103.0), 9) Thomas Morgenstern, Østerrike 259.5 (103.5-99.5), 10) Dmitrij Vassiljev, Russland 258.5 (104.5-100.5), 11) Andreas Kofler, Østerrike 257.5 (100.5-101.5), 12) Georg Spaeth, Tyskland 251.0 (99.5-100.0), 13) Jakub Janda, Tsjekkia 249.0 (99.0-100.0), 13) Michael Möllinger, Sveits 249.0 (100.5-98.5), 15) Bjørn Einar Romøren, Norge 248.0 (100.0-98.5), 16) Kamil Stoch, Polen 247.0 (100.0-98.5), 17) Andreas Widhölzl, Østerrike 244.0 (98.0-99.5), 18) Daiki Ito, Japan 243.5 (100.0-96.0), 19) Dmitrij Ipatov, Russland 242.5 (98.5-98.5), 20) Noriaki Kasai, Japan 241.0 (100.0-95.5), 21) Alexander Herr, Tyskland 231.0 (98.5-94.5), 21) Jan Matura, Tsjekkia 231.0 (97.5-93.5), 23) Takanobu Okabe, Japan 229.5 (96.5-94.5), 23) Martin Koch, Østerrike 229.5 (97.5-94.5), 25) Robert Mateja, Polen 229.0 (95.5-94.5), 26) Radik Sjaparov, Kasakhstan 227.0 (98.0-95.0), 27) Sebastian Colloredo, Italia 226.5 (95.5-95.0), 28) Janne Happonen, Finland 225.0 (96.0-93.5), 29) Stefan Hula, Polen 218.0 (95.5-90.5), 30) Primoz Peterka, Slovenia 215.0(97.0-88.0).

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