The second stop of the Raw Air Tour 2022/2023 took place in Lillehammer and offered the spectators spectacular jumps of the best ski jumpers in the world. Norway's Halvor Egner Granerud was able to extend his lead in the Raw Air ranking, while Poland's Dawid Kubacki celebrated his first victory in Lillehammer.
Tuesday - Individual skijumping
Halvor Egner Granerud won the competition of the second tour stop at the Raw Air Tour in Lillehammer and extended his lead. The Norwegian impressed in front of his home crowd with distances of 139.5 and 139 meters and scored a total of 257.7 points. Stefan Kraft from Austria was narrowly beaten and finished second with jumps of 138.5 and 132 meters with a total of 255.4 points. Third place went to the experienced Austrian Manuel Fettner, who achieved distances of 125.5 and 138 meters and collected a total of 235.9 points.
Thursday - Individual jumping
Polish ski jumper Dawid Kubacki won the second competition in Lillehammer, Norway, on Thursday. Kubacki prevailed with jumps of 137.5 and 138.5 meters and 283.1 points ahead of Anze Lanisek from Slovenia and Daniel Tschofenig from Austria. For Kubacki it was the 11th World Cup victory overall and the 6th this season. Moreover, it was his first success in Lillehammer. Lanisek finished second with jumps of 139.0 and 136.0 meters and 275.7 points, 7.4 points behind Kubacki. Tschofenig finished third with jumps of 136.5 and 134 meters and 273.9 points.go back
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For the end of the season in ski jumping two individual competitions and one team competition were on the program in Planica. Under difficult weather conditions the Austrians and Slovenians were the ones who managed to finish the season in the best way.
On the second last competition weekend of the season Austria secured the title in the team event in Lahti. In the individual event, which was concluded after the first round due to difficult wind conditions, Ryoyu Kobayashi triumphed ahead of Stefan Kraft and Karl Geiger.