Finally, there was flying again! At Kulm, the ski jumping elite unpacked numerous dream flights. First and foremost the overall World Cup leader Halvor Egner Granerud. The Norwegian secured the victories in both competitions of the weekend.
Three individual competitions took place in Sapporo, Japan, last weekend. Local hero Ryoyu Kobayashi made an impressive comeback.
Only one week after the furious final of the 71st Four Hills Tournament the next World Cup weekend of the ski jumping season took place in Zakopane, Poland. Tour winner Granerud continued his winning streak.
Halvor Egner Granerud is crowned king of the 2022/23 Four Hills Tournament. The Norwegian wins the winter sports highlight with a lead of 33.0 points ahead of Dawid Kubacki from Poland and Anze Lanisek from Slovenia.
The golden eagle is within reach - Halvor Egner Granerud wins the qualification in Bischofshofen ahead of his pursuer Dawid Kubacki and Slovenia's Anze Lanisek.
Dawid Kubacki from Poland snatched the victory at the third stop of the 71st Four Hills Tournament in Innsbruck. The overall World Cup leader won ahead of Tournament leader Halvor Egner Granerud from Norway and Slovenia's Anže Lanišek.
Dawid Kubacki from Poland wins the qualification for the third jumping event of the 71st Four Hills Tournament in Innsbruck. His compatriot Kamil Stoch and Anže Lanišek from Slovenia lined up behind him.
In the second competition of the Four Hills Tournament in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Halvor Egner Granerud jumped in another league than his competitors and heads into the last two competitions with a decent lead in the overall standings.
Overall World Cup leader Dawid Kubacki wins the qualification for New Year's Ski Jumping in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Second and third place went to the two Slovenians Anže Lanišek and Timi Zajc.