Adam Małysz

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Adam Małysz at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.

Adam Henryk Małysz (born 3 December 1977 in Wisła, Poland) is a Polish former ski jumper. He has four Olympic medals (3 silver, 1 bronze). His longest jump was 230,5 meters. Since 2011 he is a rally driver.

1st places[change | change source]

Day Year Location Hill K-point HS Jump 1 Jump 2 Note (points)
1. 17 March 1996 Oslo Norway Holmenkollbakken K-110 106,5 m 121,5 m 249.4
2. 18 January 1997 Sapporo Japan Miyanomori K-90 89,5 m 93,0 m 239.0
3. 26 January 1997 Hakuba Stadium Japan Hakuba K-120 121,0 m 125,5 m 246.7
4. 4 January 2001 Innsbruck Austria Bergisel K-108 111,5 m 118,5 m 259.2
5. 5 January 2001 Bischofshofen Austria Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze K-120 127,0 m 134,0 m 274.8
6. 13 January 2001 Harrachov Czech Republic Čerťák K-185 206,5 m 194,5 m 392,7
7. 14 January 2001 Harrachov Czech Republic Čerťák K-185 212,0 m 194,5 m 397.8
8. 20 January 2001 Park City United States Utah Olympic Park K-120 129,5 m 133,5 m 276.4
9. 27 January 2001 Sapporo Japan Okurayama K-120 132,5 m 133,5 m 282.3
10. 28 January 2001 Sapporo Japan Okurayama K-120 132,5 m 136,0 m 283.8
11. 4 February 2001 Willingen Germany Mühlenkopfschanze K-120 142,5 m 142,5 m 316.0
12. 7 March 2001 Falun Sweden Lugnet K-115 119,5 m 124,0 m 259.8
13. 9 March 2001 Trondheim Norway Granåsen K-120 116,0 m 138,5 m 254.6
14. 11 March 2001 Oslo Norway Holmenkollbakken K-115 124,5 m 134.1
15. 23 November 2001 Kuopio Finland Puijo K-120 123,5 m 126,5 m 254.0
16. 1 December 2001 Titisee-Neustadt Germany Hochfirstschanze K-120 138,5 m 136,0 m 297.6
17. 8 December 2001 Villach Austria Alpenarena K-90 99,5 m 98,0 m 271.5
18. 16 December 2001 Engelberg Switzerland Gross-Titlis-Schanze K-120 132,0 m 134,5 m 281.7
19. 21 December 2001 Predazzo Italy Trampolino Dal Ben K-120 131,0 m 130,0 m 272.8
20. 22 December 2001 Predazzo Italy Trampolino Dal Ben K-120 132,0 m 132,5 m 282.1
21. 20 January 2002 Zakopane Poland Wielka Krokiew K-120 131.0 m 123,5 m 262.1
22. 9 March 2003 Oslo Norway Holmenkollbakken K-115 124,5 m 133.6
23. 14 March 2003 Lahti Finland Salpausselkä K-116 122,0 m 128,0 m 267.4
24. 15 March 2003 Lahti Finland Salpausselkä K-116 129,5 m 132,0 m 289.6
25. 11 December 2004 Harrachov Czech Republic Čerťák K-125 HS-142 143,0 m 136,0 m 284.2
26. 16 January 2005 Tauplitz Austria Kulm K-185 HS-200 207,0 m 209,5 m 412.3
27. 29 January 2005 Zakopane Poland Wielka Krokiew K-120 HS-134 129,5 m 131,0 m 268.9
28. 30 January 2005 Zakopane Poland Wielka Krokiew K-120 HS-134 132,0 m 132,0 m 278.2
29. 29 March 2006 Oslo Norway Holmenkollbakken K-115 HS-128 130,5 m 124,5 m 279.0
30. 27 January 2007 Oberstdorf Germany Schattenbergschanze K-120 HS-137 132,5 m 137,0 m 283.1
31. 3 February 2007 Titisee-Neustadt Germany Hochfirstschanze K-125 HS-142 138,5 m 145,0 m 293.8
32. 4 February 2007 Titisee-Neustadt Germany Hochfirstschanze K-125 HS-142 129,5 m 134,5 m 257.7
33. 11 March 2007 Lahti Finland Salpausselkä K-116 HS-130 125,0 m 128,0 m 265.8
34. 13 March 2007 Kuopio Finland Puijo K-120 HS-127 125,0 m 115,0 m 229.0
35. 17 March 2007 Oslo Norway Holmenkollbakken K-115 HS-128 131,0 m 122,0 m 272.9
36. 23 March 2007 Planica Slovenia Letalnica K-185 HS-215 208,5 m 221,5 m 423.5
37. 24 March 2007 Planica Slovenia Letalnica K-185 HS-215 210,5 m 217,5 m 419.6
38. 25 March 2007 Planica Slovenia Letalnica K-185 HS-215 220,0 m 215.0
39. 21 January 2011 Zakopane Poland Wielka Krokiew K-120 HS-134 138,5 m 128,5 m 269.9