Julia Kykkänen

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Julia Kykkänen

Kykkänen in Hinzenbach, 2014

Country
 Finland

Full name
Julia Kykkänen

Born
(1994-04-17) 17 April 1994 (age 22)
Lahti, Finland

Ski club
Lahden Hiihtoseura

World Cup career

Seasons
2011–present

Indiv. podiums
2

Updated on 27 May 2015.

Julia Kykkänen (born 17 April 1994) is a Finnish ski jumper who has competed since 2010.[1] She was the first Finnish female ski jumper to compete in the Ski Jumping World Championships, during the 2009 event in Liberec. At World Cup level her best finish is third on two occasions, in Hinzenbach on 2 February 2014 and in Falun on 15 March 2014, as well as eight additional top-10 finishes.

Contents

1 Standings

1.1 Junior World Championships
1.2 World Championships
1.3 Ski jumping Continental Cup
1.4 Ski jumping World Cup

2 References

Standings[edit]
Junior World Championships[edit]

32. in Zakopane, Poland, 2008
22. in Strbske Pleso, Slovakia, 2009
23. in Hinterzarten, Germany, 2010
17. in Otepää, Estonia, 2011
8. in Erzurum, Turkey, 2012

World Championships[edit]

26. in Liberec, Czech Republic, 2009
17. in Oslo, Norway, 2011
10 in Predazzo, Italy, 2013

Ski jumping Continental Cup[edit]

46. in Bischofsgün, Germany, August 12, 2007
36. in Pöhla Germany, August 15, 2007
45. in Bischofshofen, Austria, August 18, 2007
44. in Ramsau, Austria, August 19, 2007
27. in Notodden, Norway, December 11, 2007
17. in Notodden, Norway, December 12, 2007
17. in Zao, Japan, March 8, 2008
21. in Zao, Japan, March 9, 2008
3. in Lillehammer,
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