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Sara Takanashi

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Sara Takanashi
高梨 沙羅
20170205 Ski Jumping World Cup Ladies Hinzenbach 8927.jpg
Takanashi in Hinzenbach, 2017
Country Japan
Born (1996-10-08) 8 October 1996 (age 22)
Kamikawa, Hokkaido, Japan
Height1.51 m (4 ft 11 in)
Ski clubKuraray
Personal best144 m (472 ft)
Sapporo, 2 November 2018
World Cup career
Seasons2012–present
Individual wins56
Team wins3
Indiv. podiums97
Team podiums5
Indiv. starts129
Team starts6
Overall titles4 (2013, 2014, 2016, 2017)
Updated on 24 March 2019.

Sara Takanashi (高梨 沙羅, Takanashi Sara) (born 8 October 1996) is a Japanese ski jumper. She is the most successful female ski jumper to date, as well as one of the most successful athletes in the history of the sport, having won four World Cup titles (an all-time record shared with Matti Nykänen and Adam Małysz), five World Championship medals, and a Winter Olympic medal. As of March 2019, Takanashi holds the record for the most individual World Cup wins, male or female, with 56.[1]

Career

Takanashi placed sixth in the 2011 World Championship in Oslo. In the World Cup she debuted on 3 December 2011 in Lillehammer where she took fifth place.

During the 2013–14 season, Takanashi won 15 out of 18 individual World Cup ski jumping events. At the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, she was ranked third after her first jump in the medal round, but dropped to fourth place in the final round and missed the podium.[2]

In the 2015–16 season she won her third and record World Cup overall title four events before the end of the season.

She also won the first ever women's World Cup team competition in Hinterzarten on 16 December 2017. Her teammates included Yuka Seto and Yuki Ito.[3]

Takanashi won the bronze medal in individual normal hill event at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.[4]

Major Tournament results

Olympics

Year Place NH
2014 Russia Sochi 4
2018 South Korea Pyeongchang 3rd, bronze medalist(s)

FIS World Nordic Ski Championships

Year Place NH Team NH Mixed NH
2011 Norway Oslo 6 N/A N/A
2013 Italy Val di Fiemme 2nd, silver medalist(s) N/A 1st, gold medalist(s)
2015 Sweden Falun 4 N/A 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
2017 Finland Lahti 3rd, bronze medalist(s) N/A 3rd, bronze medalist(s)
2019 Austria Seefeld 6 6 5

World Cup

Standings

Season Overall L3 RA BB
2011/12 3rd, bronze medalist(s) N/A N/A N/A
2012/13 1st, gold medalist(s) N/A N/A N/A
2013/14 1st, gold medalist(s) N/A N/A N/A
2014/15 2nd, silver medalist(s) N/A N/A N/A
2015/16 1st, gold medalist(s) N/A N/A N/A
2016/17 1st, gold medalist(s) N/A N/A N/A
2017/18 3rd, bronze medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) N/A N/A
2018/19 4 28 7 6

Individual wins

No. Season Date Location Hill Size
1 2011/12 3 March 2012   Japan Zaō Yamagata HS100 NH
2 2012/13 24 November 2012   Norway Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS100 NH
3 14 December 2012   Austria Ramsau W90-Mattensprunganlage HS98 NH
4 5 January 2013   Germany Schonach Langenwaldschanze HS106 NH
5 13 January 2013   Germany Hinterzarten Rothaus-Schanze HS108 NH
6 10 February 2013   Japan Zaō Yamagata HS100 NH
7 10 February 2013   Japan Zaō Yamagata HS100 NH
8 16 February 2013   Slovenia Ljubno ob Savinji Savina Ski Jumping Center HS95 NH
9 17 February 2013   Slovenia Ljubno ob Savinji Savina Ski Jumping Center HS95 NH
10 2013/14 7 December 2013   Norway Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS100 NH
11 21 December 2013   Germany Hinterzarten Rothaus-Schanze HS108 NH
12 22 December 2013   Germany Hinterzarten Rothaus-Schanze HS108 NH
13 3 January 2014   Russia Chaykovsky Snezhinka HS106 NH
14 11 January 2014   Japan Sapporo Miyanomori HS100 NH
15 12 January 2014   Japan Sapporo Miyanomori HS100 NH
16 18 January 2014   Japan Zaō Yamagata HS100 NH
17 19 January 2014   Japan Zaō Yamagata HS100 NH
18 1 February 2014   Austria Hinzenbach Aigner-Schanze HS94 NH
19 2 February 2014   Austria Hinzenbach Aigner-Schanze HS94 NH
20 1 March 2014   Romania Râșnov Trambulina Valea Cărbunării HS100 NH
21 2 March 2014   Romania Râșnov Trambulina Valea Cărbunării HS100 NH
22 8 March 2014   Norway Oslo Holmenkollbakken HS134 LH
23 15 March 2014   Sweden Falun Lugnet HS98 (night) NH
24 22 March 2014   Slovenia Planica Bloudkova velikanka HS139 LH
25 2014/15 10 January 2015   Japan Sapporo Miyanomori HS100 NH
26 11 January 2015   Japan Sapporo Miyanomori HS100 NH
27 8 February 2015   Romania Râșnov Trambulina Valea Cărbunării HS100 NH
28 14 February 2015   Slovenia Ljubno ob Savinji Savina Ski Jumping Center HS95 NH
29 15 February 2015   Slovenia Ljubno ob Savinji Savina Ski Jumping Center HS95 NH
30 13 March 2015   Norway Oslo Holmenkollbakken HS134 LH
31 2015/16 4 December 2015   Norway Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS100 (night) NH
32 13 December 2015   Russia Nizhny Tagil Tramplin Stork HS97 NH
33 16 January 2016   Japan Sapporo Miyanomori HS100 NH
34 17 January 2016   Japan Sapporo Miyanomori HS100 NH
35 22 January 2016   Japan Zaō Yamagata HS106 (night) NH
36 23 January 2016   Japan Zaō Yamagata HS106 (night) NH
37 30 January 2016   Germany Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze HS106 NH
38 31 January 2016   Germany Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze HS106 NH
39 4 February 2016   Norway Oslo Holmenkollbakken HS134 (night) LH
40 6 February 2016   Austria Hinzenbach Aigner-Schanze HS94 NH
41 7 February 2016   Austria Hinzenbach Aigner-Schanze HS94 NH
42 19 February 2016   Finland Lahti Salpausselkä HS100 NH
43 27 February 2016   Kazakhstan Almaty Sunkar HS106 NH
44 28 February 2016   Kazakhstan Almaty Sunkar HS106 NH
45 2016/17 2 December 2016   Norway Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS100 (night) NH
46 3 December 2016   Norway Lillehammer Lysgårdsbakken HS100 (night) NH
47 11 December 2016   Russia Nizhny Tagil Tramplin Stork HS100 (night) NH
48 7 January 2017   Germany Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze HS137 (night) LH
49 8 January 2017   Germany Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze HS137 (night) LH
50 29 January 2017   Romania Râșnov Trambulina Valea Cărbunării HS100 NH
51 4 February 2017   Austria Hinzenbach Aigner-Schanze HS94 NH
52 5 February 2017   Austria Hinzenbach Aigner-Schanze HS94 NH
53 16 February 2017   South Korea Pyeongchang Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre HS109 NH
54 2017/18 24 March 2018   Germany Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze HS106 NH
55 25 March 2018   Germany Oberstdorf Schattenbergschanze HS106 NH
56 2018/19 10 February 2019   Slovenia Ljubno ob Savinji Savina Ski Jumping Center HS94 NH

Individual starts (129)

winner (1); second (2); third (3); did not compete (–); disqualified (DQ)
Season 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Points
2011/12
Lillehammer
Hinterzten
Hinterzten
Val di Fiemme
Val di Fiemme
Hinzenbach
Hinzenbach
Ljubno ob Savinji
Ljubno ob Savinji
Zaō Onsen
Zaō Onsen
Zaō Onsen
Oslo
639
5 17 2 2 2 1 2 2 2
2012/13
Lillehammer
Sochi
Sochi
Ramsau am Dachstein
Schonach
Schonach
Hinterzten
Hinterzten
Sapporo
Sapporo
Zaō Onsen
Zaō Onsen
Ljubno ob Savinji
Ljubno ob Savinji
Trondheim
Oslo
1297
1 2 3 1 1 4 2 1 12 5 1 1 1 1 2 2
2013/14
Lillehammer
Hinterzten
Hinterzten
Chaykovsky, Perm Krai
Chaykovsky, Perm Krai
Sapporo
Sapporo
Zaō Onsen
Zaō Onsen
Planica
Planica
Hinzenbach
Hinzenbach
Râșnov
Râșnov
Oslo
Falun
Planica
1720
1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
2014/15
Lillehammer
Sapporo
Sapporo
Zaō Onsen
Oberstdorf
Oberstdorf
Hinzenbach
Hinzenbach
Râșnov
Râșnov
Ljubno ob Savinji
Ljubno ob Savinji
Oslo
973
3 1 1 7 3 5 3 8 2 1 1 1 1
2015/16
Lillehammer
Nizhny Tagil
Nizhny Tagil
Sapporo
Sapporo
Zaō Onsen
Zaō Onsen
Oberstdorf
Oberstdorf
Oslo
Hinzenbach
Hinzenbach
Ljubno ob Savinji
Ljubno ob Savinji
Lahti
Almaty
Almaty
1610
1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 1
2016/17
Lillehammer
Lillehammer
Nizhny Tagil
Nizhny Tagil
Oberstdorf
Oberstdorf
Sapporo
Sapporo
Zaō Onsen
Zaō Onsen
Râșnov
Râșnov
Hinzenbach
Hinzenbach
Ljubno ob Savinji
Ljubno ob Savinji
Pyeongchang
Pyeongchang
Oslo
1455
1 1 3 1 1 1 2 4 5 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 2
2017/18
Lillehammer
Lillehammer
Lillehammer
Hinterzarten
Sapporo
Sapporo
Zaō Onsen
Zaō Onsen
Ljubno ob Savinji
Ljubno ob Savinji
Râșnov
Râșnov
Oslo
Oberstdorf
Oberstdorf
916
4 4 3 3 3 2 4 3 3 4 7 4 4 1 1
2018/19
Lillehammer
Lillehammer
Lillehammer
Prémanon
Prémanon
Sapporo
Sapporo
Zaō Onsen
Zaō Onsen
Râșnov
Râșnov
Hinzenbach
Hinzenbach
Ljubno ob Savinji
Ljubno ob Savinji
Oberstdorf
Oberstdorf
Oslo
Lillehammer
Trondheim
Nizhny Tagil
Nizhny Tagil
Chaykovsky, Perm Krai
Chaykovsky, Perm Krai
1190
3 DQ 11 2 3 11 8 2 6 3 7 4 2 2 1 4 3 4 14 6 9 5 3 8

References

  1. ^ "Athlete: Takanashi Sara – all wins". fis-ski.com. Retrieved 27 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Ski jump favorite Takanashi fails to land medal". The Japan Times. The Japan Times. 12 February 2014. Retrieved 24 January 2016.
  3. ^ "Japan leaps to team crown". The Japan Times. 17 December 2018. Retrieved 16 January 2018.
  4. ^ "Takanashi grabs bronze in normal hill". The Japan News. 12 February 2018. Retrieved 12 February 2018.

External links

Olympic Games
Preceded by
Tomomi Okazaki
Flagbearer for  Japan
2018 Pyeongchang
(with Noriaki Kasai)
Succeeded by
Incumbent
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