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How to watch Four Hills Tournament Ski Jumping Live Stream

The Four Hills Tournament is one of the popular Ski Jumping events in the world. This tournament always has taken place in Germany and Austria since 1953 and held Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck, and Bischofshofen.

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How to watch Four Hills Tournament Ski Jumping Live Stream

 

The Four Hills Tournament is one of the exciting Ski Jumping events in the world.

This tournament always has taken place in Germany and Austria since 1953 and held Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck, and Bischofshofen.

To be a Grand Slam, a player needs to win in these four events. Who wins in these four events is called a Grand Slam.

According to the previous history, there are only three athletes who have managed to win all four jumps in one season.

Sven Hannawald won in 2002, where Pole Kamil Stoch repeat this record in the 2017/2018 tour, and after him, jumper Ryoyu Kobayashi from Japan was able to write his name in the list of winners.

The tournament will be started on 28th December and will end on 06 January 2020.

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On this page, you will find the live streaming details as well as the schedule of Four Hills Tournament Ski Jumping.

 

WINNERS OF THE LAST YEAR

Season Overall winner Second Third
2018/2019 Ryoyu Kobayashi Markus Eisenbichler Stephan Leyhe
2017/2018 Kamil Stoch Andreas Wellinger Anders Fannemel
2016/2017 Kamil Stoch Piotr Zyla Daniel-André Tande
2015/2016 Peter Prevc Severin Freund Michael Hayböck
2014/2015 Stefan Kraft Michael Hayböck Peter Prevc
2013/2014 Thomas Diethart Thomas Morgenstern Simon Ammann
2012/2013 Gregor Schlierenzauer Anders Jacobsen Tom Hilde
2011/2012 Gregor Schlierenzauer Thomas Morgenstern Andreas Kofler

 

How to watch Four Hills Tournament Ski Jumping Live Stream

 

Schedule

Date   Place Hill name Hill record
29 or 30 December  Oberstdorf, Germany Schattenbergschanze 143.5 m (2003)
Sigurd Pettersen
1 January  Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany Große Olympiaschanze 143.5 m (2010)
Simon Ammann
3 or 4 January  Innsbruck, Austria Bergiselschanze 138.0 m (2015)
Michael Hayböck[1]
6 January  Bischofshofen, Austria Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze 145.0 m (2019)
Dawid Kubacki

 

How to watch Four Hills Tournament Ski Jumping?

Eurosport has the right to broadcast this event. However, you may find several websites on the internet but those are full of viruses and trojans. We recommend you visit the official page of Eurosport or fubo TV and subscribe to its premium plan.