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Adam Małysz at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics
Adam Małysz at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.

Adam Małysz (born 3 December 1977 in Wisła, Poland) was a Polish 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

  1. Japan Oslo/Holmenkollen – March 17 1996
  2. Japan SapporoJanuary 18 1997
  3. Japan Hakuba – January 26 1997
  4. Austria InnsbruckJanuary 4 2001
  5. Austria BischofshofenJanuary 6 2001
  6. Czech Republic Harrachov (HS 205) – January 13 2001
  7. Czech Republic Harrachov (HS 205) – January 14 2001
  8. United States Salt Lake CityJanuary 20 2001
  9. Japan SapporoJanuary 27 2001
  10. Japan SapporoJanuary 28 2001
  11. Germany Willingen – January 4 2001
  12. Sweden FalunMarch 7 2001
  13. Norway TrondheimMarch 9 2001
  14. Norway Oslo/Holmenkollen – March 11 2001
  15. Finland KuopioNovember 23 2001
  16. Germany Titisee-Neustadt – December 1 2001
  17. Austria Villach – December 8 2001
  18. Switzerland EngelbergDecember 16 2001
  19. Italy Val di Fiemme/Predazzo – December 21 2001
  20. Italy Val di Fiemme/Predazzo – December 22 2001
  21. Poland Zakopane – January 20 2002
  22. Norway Oslo/Holmenkollen – March 9 2003
  23. Finland LahtiMarch 14 2003
  24. Finland LahtiMarch 15 2003
  25. Czech Republic Harrachov (HS 142) – December 11 2004
  26. Austria Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf – January 16 2005
  27. Poland Zakopane – January 29 2005, tied with Roar Ljøkelsøy
  28. Poland Zakopane – January 30 2005
  29. Norway Oslo/Holmenkollen – March 12 2006
  30. Germany Oberstdorf (HS 137) – January 27 2007
  31. Germany Titisee-Neustadt – February 3 2007
  32. Germany Titisee-Neustadt – February 4 2007
  33. Finland LahtiMarch 11 2007
  34. Finland KuopioMarch 13 2007
  35. Norway Oslo/Holmenkollen – March 17 2007
  36. Slovenia Planica/Letalnica – March 23 2007
  37. Slovenia Planica/Letalnica – March 24 2007
  38. Slovenia Planica/Letalnica – March 25 2007
  39. Poland Zakopane/Wielka Krokiew – January 22 2011
  • 39 victories

Total Podiums

  1. United States Iron MountainFebruary 18 1996 (2. place)
  2. Finland LahtiMarch 1 1996 (3. place ex-aequo with Primož Peterka)
  3. Sweden FalunMarch 13 1996 (2. place)
  4. Norway Oslo/Holmenkollen – March 17 1996 (1. place)
  5. Austria BischofshofenJanuary 6 1997 (2. place)
  6. Switzerland EngelbergJanuary 11 1997 (3. place)
  7. Japan SapporoJanuary 18 1997 (1. place)
  8. Japan Hakuba – January 26 1997 (1. place)
  9. Germany Garmisch-PartenkirchenJanuary 1 2001 (3. place)
  10. Austria InnsbruckJanuary 4 2001 (1. place)
  11. Austria BischofshofenJanuary 6 2001 (1. place)
  12. Czech Republic Harrachov (HS 205) – January 13 2001 (1. place)
  13. Czech Republic Harrachov (HS 205) – January 14 2001 (1. place)
  14. United States Salt Lake CityJanuary 20 2001 (1. place)
  15. Japan SapporoJanuary 27 2001(1. place)
  16. Japan SapporoJanuary 28 2001 (1. place)
  17. Germany Willingen – February 3 2001 (2. place)
  18. Germany Willingen – February 4 2001 (1. place)
  19. Germany Oberstdorf (HS 213) – March 4 2001 (2. place)
  20. Sweden FalunMarch 7 2001 (1. place)
  21. Norway Trondheim/Granasen – March 9 2001 (1. place)
  22. Norway Oslo/Holmenkollen – March 11 2001 (1. place)
  23. Finland KuopioNovember 23 2001 (1. place)
  24. Finland KuopioNovember 24 2001 (2. place)
  25. Germany Titisee-Neustadt – December 1 2001 (1. place)
  26. Germany Titisee-Neustadt – December 2 2001 (2. place)
  27. Austria Villach – December 8 2001 (1. place)
  28. Switzerland EngelbergDecember 16 2001 (1. place)
  29. Italy Val di Fiemme/Predazzo – December 21 2001 (1. place)
  30. Italy Val di Fiemme/Predazzo – December 22 2001 (1. place)
  31. Germany Garmisch-PartenkirchenJanuary 1 2002 (3. place)
  32. Austria InnsbruckJanuary 4 2002 (2. place)
  33. Poland Zakopane – January 20 2002 (1. place)
  34. Finland LahtiMarch 1 2002 (2. place)
  35. Norway TrondheimMarch 15 2002 (2. place)
  36. Norway Oslo/Holmenkollen – March 17 2002 (3. place)
  37. Finland Kuusamo – November 29 2002 (2. place)
  38. Germany Titisee-Neustadt – December 14 2002 (3. place)
  39. Germany Garmisch-PartenkirchenJanuary 1 2003 (2. place ex-aequo with Andreas Goldberger)
  40. Poland Zakopane – January 18 2003 (3. place)
  41. Poland Zakopane – January 19 2003 (3. place)
  42. Austria Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf – February 1 2003 (3. place)
  43. Norway Oslo/Holmenkollen – March 9 2003 (1. place)
  44. Finland LahtiMarch 14 2003 (1. place)
  45. Finland LahtiMarch 15 2003 (1. place)
  46. Slovenia Planica – March 22 2003 (2. place)
  47. Finland KuusamoNovember 28 2003 (2. place)
  48. Finland KuusamoNovember 30 2003 (2. place)
  49. Poland Zakopane – January 17 2004(2. place)
  50. Poland Zakopane – January 18 2004 (2. place)
  51. Czech Republic Harrachov (HS 142) – December 11 2004 (1. place)
  52. Germany Oberstdorf (HS 137) – December 29 2004 (3. place)
  53. Austria InnsbruckJanuary 3 2005 (2. place)
  54. Austria Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf – January 15 2005 (3. place)
  55. Austria Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf – January 16 2005 (1. place)
  56. Germany Titisee-Neustadt – January 23 2005 (2. place)
  57. Poland Zakopane – January 29 2005 (1. place ex-aequo with Roar Ljøkelsøy)
  58. Poland Zakopane – January 30 2005 (1. place)
  59. Finland KuopioMarch 9 2005 (3. place ex-aequo with Jakub Janda)
  60. Finland KuopioMarch 7 2006 (3. place)
  61. Norway Oslo/Holmenkollen – March 12 2006 (1. place)
  62. Norway LillehammerDecember 3 2006 (3. place)
  63. Switzerland EngelbergDecember 16 2006 (3. place)
  64. Germany Oberstdorf (HS 137) – December 30 2006 (3. place)
  65. Germany Oberstdorf (HS 137) – January 27 2007 (1. place)
  66. Germany Titisee-Neustadt (HS 142) – February 3 2007 (1. place)
  67. Germany Titisee-Neustadt (HS 142) – February 4 2007 (1. place)
  68. Germany Klingenthal – February 7 2007 (3. place)
  69. Finland Lahti (HS 130) – March 11 2007 (1. place)
  70. Finland Kuopio (HS 127) – March 13 2007 (1. place)
  71. Norway Oslo/Holmenkollen (HS 128) – March 17 2007 (1. place)
  72. Slovenia Planica/Letalnica – March 23 2007 (1. place)
  73. Slovenia Planica/Letalnica – March 24 2007 (1. place)
  74. Slovenia Planica/Letalnica – March 25 2007 (1. place)
  75. Finland Kuopio/Puijo – March 10 2009 (3. place)
  76. Slovenia Planica/Letalnica – March 20 2009 (2. place)
  77. Slovenia Planica/Letalnica – March 22 2009 (2. place)
  • 77 podiums

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