Kamil Stoch (POL)
Peter Prevc (SLO), Kamil Stoch (POL), Anders Bardal (NOR) (l-r)
Kamil Stoch (POL)
Maciej Kot (POL), Kamil Stoch (POL)
Anders Bardal (NOR)
Anders Bardal (NOR)
Kamil Stoch, Maciej Kot, Jan Ziobro (POL)
Peter Prevc (SLO), Kamil Stoch (POL), Anders Bardal (NOR) (l-r)


Kamil Stoch (POL) celebrated victory in Olympic skijumping event at normal hill and became Olympic Champion with an outstanding advantage. Silver went to Peter Prevc (SLO) followed by Anders Bardal (NOR).
Kamil Stoch unbeatable
Kamil Stoch justified his favourite role and captured the Olympic title showing the longest jumps in both rounds with 105.5 and 103.3 metres with tail winds. The leader in overall World Cup ranking was incredible 12.7 points ahead of silver medalist Peter Prevc of Slovenia who was 1.2 points ahead of Anders Bardal. The Norwegian benefitted of his strong legs in tail wind conditions but in the final round he was too late at the jump-off platform so that he dropped behind the Slovenian. Fourth went to Four-Hills winner Thomas Diethart (AUT) followed by his compatriot Michael Hayböck (AUT). Andreas Wellinger (GER) increased from 15th to sixth ahead of Maciej Kot (POL). Noriaki Kasai (JPN) missed his first chance of winning an Olympic medal at the age of 41 and just finished eighth. Jernej Damjan (SLO) and Andreas Wank (GER) completed the best ten jumpers.
HS106 Sochi (RUS):
1. Kamil Stoch
POL 105.5 103.5 278.0
2. Peter Prevc
SLO 102.5 99.0 265.3
3. Anders Bardal
NOR 101.5 98.5 264.1
4. Thomas Diethart
AUT 99.0 98.0 258.3
5. Michael Hayboeck
AUT 101.0 98.5 258.0
6. Andreas Wellinger
GER 96.0 101.5 257.1
7. Maciej Kot
POL 101.5 98.5 255.8
8. Noriaki Kasai
JPN 101.5 100.0 255.2
9. Jernej Damjan
SLO 99.5 101.0 254.7
10. Andreas Wank
GER 101.0 97.0 253.4
11. Gregor Schlierenzauer
AUT 96.0 101.0 253.3
12. Anssi Koivuranta
FIN 99.5 101.5 252.8
13. Jan Ziobro
POL 101.0 99.0 252.4
14. Thomas Morgenstern
AUT 97.5 101.0 251.6
15. Anders Fannemel
NOR 98.0 98.5 249.1