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.
Norwegian Halvor Egner Granerud is currently jumping in a league of his own! At the 101st New Year's Ski Jumping event he beat his competitors with jumps to 140.0 and 142.0 meters and heads to Innsbruck with a lead of 26.8 points in the overall standings. Anže Lanišek from Slovenia finished second, 6.4 points behind the Norwegian. Poland's Dawid Kubacki finished third, as he did at the Tournament opener in Oberstdorf and thus passed his teammate Piotr Żyła in the overall ranking. The Austrian team could be pleased about an excellent team result with four athletes among the Top 10, even if their best jumper, Stefan Kraft, finished only in 18th place. The best German jumper was Andreas Wellinger in eighth place, Karl Geiger finished eleventh and is in fifth place in the overall ranking.
The Tournament continues on January 3, 2023 with the qualification in Innsbruck.go back
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.