The FIS Ski Flying World Ski Championships 1998 took place on 25 January 1998 in Oberstdorf, Germany for the record-tying fourth time, matching that of Planica, Slovenia. Oberstdorf hosted the championships previously in West Germany in 1973, 1981, and 1988. Japan's Kazuyoshi Funaki would go on to win the gold medal in the individual large hill event at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano nearly three weeks later. As of 2009, he is the only person to win the Ski Flying World Championships and a Winter Olympic gold medal in the same year. Dieter Thoma became the first person to medal for two different nations at the championships with his bronze (He won the championships in 1990 while competing for West Germany.).

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  • La 15e édition des championnats du monde de vol à ski s'est déroulée du 24 janvier 1998 au 25 janvier 1998 à Oberstdorf en Allemagne qui organise pour la quatrième fois la compétition. (fr)
  • I Campionati mondiali di volo con gli sci 1998, quindicesima edizione della manifestazione, si svolsero dal 22 al 25 gennaio a Oberstdorf, in Germania, e contemplarono esclusivamente la gara individuale maschile. Furono realizzate due serie di salti, valide anche ai fini della Coppa del Mondo di salto con gli sci 1998. (it)
  • 15. Mistrzostwa Świata w Lotach Narciarskich odbyły się w dniach 24 - 25 stycznia 1998 w Oberstdorfie na skoczni Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze K-185. Klasyfikacja końcowa tych mistrzostw powstała po zsumowaniu punktów (za oceny za styl od sędziów i odległość) za skoki w dwóch konkursach Pucharu Świata zaliczanych zarówno do klasyfikacji lotów narciarskich, jak i generalnej. Reprezentanci Polski nie startowali. (pl)
  • The FIS Ski Flying World Ski Championships 1998 took place on 25 January 1998 in Oberstdorf, Germany for the record-tying fourth time, matching that of Planica, Slovenia. Oberstdorf hosted the championships previously in West Germany in 1973, 1981, and 1988. Japan's Kazuyoshi Funaki would go on to win the gold medal in the individual large hill event at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano nearly three weeks later. As of 2009, he is the only person to win the Ski Flying World Championships and a Winter Olympic gold medal in the same year. Dieter Thoma became the first person to medal for two different nations at the championships with his bronze (He won the championships in 1990 while competing for West Germany.). (en)
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  • La 15e édition des championnats du monde de vol à ski s'est déroulée du 24 janvier 1998 au 25 janvier 1998 à Oberstdorf en Allemagne qui organise pour la quatrième fois la compétition. (fr)
  • I Campionati mondiali di volo con gli sci 1998, quindicesima edizione della manifestazione, si svolsero dal 22 al 25 gennaio a Oberstdorf, in Germania, e contemplarono esclusivamente la gara individuale maschile. Furono realizzate due serie di salti, valide anche ai fini della Coppa del Mondo di salto con gli sci 1998. (it)
  • 15. Mistrzostwa Świata w Lotach Narciarskich odbyły się w dniach 24 - 25 stycznia 1998 w Oberstdorfie na skoczni Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze K-185. Klasyfikacja końcowa tych mistrzostw powstała po zsumowaniu punktów (za oceny za styl od sędziów i odległość) za skoki w dwóch konkursach Pucharu Świata zaliczanych zarówno do klasyfikacji lotów narciarskich, jak i generalnej. Reprezentanci Polski nie startowali. (pl)
  • The FIS Ski Flying World Ski Championships 1998 took place on 25 January 1998 in Oberstdorf, Germany for the record-tying fourth time, matching that of Planica, Slovenia. Oberstdorf hosted the championships previously in West Germany in 1973, 1981, and 1988. Japan's Kazuyoshi Funaki would go on to win the gold medal in the individual large hill event at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano nearly three weeks later. As of 2009, he is the only person to win the Ski Flying World Championships and a Winter Olympic gold medal in the same year. Dieter Thoma became the first person to medal for two different nations at the championships with his bronze (He won the championships in 1990 while competing for West Germany.). (en)
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  • Campionati mondiali di volo con gli sci 1998 (it)
  • Championnats du monde de vol à ski 1998 (fr)
  • Mistrzostwa Świata w Lotach Narciarskich 1998 (pl)
  • FIS Ski Flying World Championships 1998 (en)
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