Four Hills Tournament - all Winners

Guess every winner of the four hills tournament
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Year
Winner
Winner
1953
Austria
Sepp Bradl
1953-1954
Norway
Olav Bjørnstad
1954-1955
Finland
Hemmo Silvennoinen
1955-1956
Soviet Union
Nikolay Kamenskiy
1956-1957
Finland
Pentti Uotinen
1957-1958
East Germany
Helmut Recknagel
1958-1959
East Germany
Helmut Recknagel
1959-1960
West Germany
Max Bolkart
1960-1961
East Germany
Helmut Recknagel
1961-1962
Finland
Eino Kirjonen
1962-1963
Norway
Toralf Engan
1963-1964
Finland
Veikko Kankkonen
1964-1965
Norway
Torgeir Brandtzæg
1965-1966
Finland
Veikko Kankkonen
1966-1967
Norway
Bjørn Wirkola
1967-1968
Norway
Bjørn Wirkola
1968-1969
Norway
Bjørn Wirkola
1969-1970
East Germany
Horst Queck
1970-1971
Czechoslovakia
Jiří Raška
1971-1972
Norway
Ingolf Mork
1972-1973
East Germany
Rainer Schmidt
1973-1974
East Germany
Hans-Georg Aschenbach
1974-1975
Austria
Willi Pürstl
1975-1976
East Germany
Jochen Danneberg
1976-1977
East Germany
Jochen Danneberg
1977-1978
Finland
Kari Ylianttila
1978-1979
Finland
Pentti Kokkonen
1979-1980
Austria
Hubert Neuper
1980-1981
Austria
Hubert Neuper
1981-1982
East Germany
Manfred Deckert
1982-1983
Finland
Matti Nykänen
1983-1984
East Germany
Jens Weißflog
1984-1985
East Germany
Jens Weißflog
1985-1986
Austria
Ernst Vettori
Year
Winner
Winner
1986-1987
Austria
Ernst Vettori
1987-1988
Finland
Matti Nykänen
1988-1989
Finland
Risto Laakkonen
1989-1990
West Germany
Dieter Thoma
1990-1991
Germany
Jens Weißflog
1991-1992
Finland
Toni Nieminen
1992-1993
Austria
Andreas Goldberger
1993-1994
Norway
Espen Bredesen
1994-1995
Austria
Andreas Goldberger
1995-1996
Germany
Jens Weißflog
1996-1997
Slovenia
Primož Peterka
1997-1998
Japan
Kazuyoshi Funaki
1998-1999
Finland
Janne Ahonen
1999-2000
Austria
Andreas Wildhölzl
2000-2001
Poland
Adam Małysz
2001-2002
Germany
Sven Hannawald
2002-2003
Finland
Janne Ahonen
2003-2004
Norway
Sigurd Pettersen
2004-2005
Finland
Janne Ahonen
2005-2006
Finland & Czech Republic
Janne Ahonen & Jakub Janda
2006-2007
Norway
Anders Jacobsen
2007-2008
Finland
Janne Ahonen
2008-2009
Austria
Wolfgang Loitzl
2009-2010
Austria
Andreas Kofler
2010-2011
Austria
Thomas Morgenstern
2011-2012
Austria
Gregor Schlierenzauer
2012-2013
Austria
Gregor Schlierenzauer
2013-2014
Austria
Thomas Diethart
2014-2015
Austria
Stefan Kraft
2015-2016
Slovenia
Peter Prevc
2016-2017
Poland
Kamil Stoch
2017-2018
Poland
Kamil Stoch
2018-2019
Japan
Ryōyū Kobayashi
2019-2020
Poland
Dawid Kubacki
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