Jože Zidar

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Jože Zidar Ski jumping
nation Yugoslavia Socialist Federal RepublicYugoslavia Yugoslavia
birthday September 7, 1927
place of birth JeseniceYugoslaviaYugoslavia Kingdom 1918Kingdom of Yugoslavia 
date of death December 25, 2012
Ski jumping world cup / A class jumping
 Four Hills Tournament 25. ( 1953 )

Jože Zidar (born September 7, 1927 in Jesenice , Kingdom of Yugoslavia , † December 25, 2012 ) was a Yugoslav ski jumper and later Slovenian journalist .


Zidar started the first Four Hills Tournament in 1953 on the Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze in Bischofshofen . With the 20th place there he finally reached the 25th place in the tour's overall ranking.

At the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d'Ampezzo , he reached 22nd place in individual jumping with jumps of 75 and 75 meters.

With the Four Hills Tournament in 1957/58 he played his last major international tournament. After he skipped the jumping in Oberstdorf , he reached 34th place on the Great Olympic Hill in Garmisch-Partenkirchen . From the Bergiselschanze in Innsbruck he did not get past 41st place. He finished the tour with a 22nd place in Bischofshofen and thus finally in 43rd place in the overall tour.


Four Hills Tournament placements

season space Points
1953 25th 176.4
1957/58 43. 569.9

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