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Top 10 Ski Jumping World Cup Men 2016/17

1. Stefan Kraft (AUT) 1665 - (8x1st - 3x2nd - 6x3rd)
2. Kamil Stoch (POL) 1524 - (7x1st - 3x2nd - 2x3rd)
3. Daniel Andre Tande (NOR) 1201 - (2x1st - 4x2nd)
4. Andreas Wellinger (GER) 1161 - (1x1st - 8x2nd - 3x3rd)
5. Maciej Kot (POL) 963 - (2x1st - 1x2nd)
6. Domen Prevc (SLO) 938 - (4x1st - 1x2nd - 1x3rd)
7. Michael Hayböck (AUT) 814 - (1x1st - 1x2nd - 2x3rd)
8. Markus Eisenbichler (GER) 807 - (3x3rd)
9. Peter Prevc (SLO) 716 - (1x1st - 1x3rd)
10. Manuel Fettner (AUT) 703 - (2x3rd)

I know it’ll sound a little not-manly but I think every guy should be thankful to his woman. Especially after the tough moment that Oslo was for me. Instead of just saying “Come back home”, she said: “Stay. Keep fighting, I believe in you”. And that was all I needed, so the faith, power and new possibilities hit me. What else can I say? Thank you, sweetheart.
—  Kamil Stoch after winning in Vikersund and taking 2d place in RawAir Tournament general standing, World Cup 2016/2017
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Top 10 Ski Jumping World Cup Men 2017/18

1. Kamil Stoch (POL) 1443 - (9x1st - 3x2nd - 1x3rd)
2. Richard Freitag (GER) 1070 - (3x1st - 5x2nd)
3. Daniel Andre Tande (NOR) 985 - (2x1st - 3x2nd - 3x3rd)
4. Stefan Kraft (AUT) 881 - (2x2nd - 6x3rd)
5. Robert Johansson (NOR) 840 - (1x1st - 2x3rd)

6. Andreas Wellinger (GER) 828 - (1x1st - 2x2nd - 3x3rd)
7. Johann Andre Forfang (NOR) 821 - (1x1st - 2x2nd - 1x3rd)
8. Andreas Stjernen (NOR) 665 - (1x1st - 1x2nd)
9. Dawid Kubacki (POL) 633 - (1x2nd - 2x3rd)
10. Markus Eisenbichler (GER) 597 - (1x2nd)