2006–07 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup

2006–07 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup

2006–07 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup

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The 2006–07 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup begun in Kuusamo, Finland on 24 November 2006 and finished in Planica, Slovenia on 25 March 2007. Adam Małysz, Poland won the individual World Cup. e.on Ruhrgas was this season's main sponsor, and therefore, this season's leader's jersey was red, in reference to the company, rather than the traditional yellow.

Individual World Cup

  • The jumper highlighted in red was the leader of the World Cup at the time of the competition and wore the red jersey.
  • The jumper highlighted in azure was the leader of the Nordic Tournament at the time of the competition and wore the blue jersey.
  • The jumper highlighted in pink was the leader of the Four Hills Tournament at the time of the competition. This competition has no leader's jersey.


Kuusamo

K-120 Rukatunturi, Finland<br /><small>November 24, 2006</small>

Notes:
  • Jakub Janda wore the red jersey as the reigning champion.
  • Due to difficult weather conditions, the qualifying round was cancelled twice. Therefore, 67 jumpers participated in the first round.
  • As the competition progressed, the weather worsened, and the jumpers with the high starting numbers faced conditions which German jumper Michael Uhrmann said gave "the best jumpers no chance". The jury decided to finish the first round to get a result, and the jumpers with the early start numbers ended up dominating the top of the result list....... ...
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