This year's Raw Air Tour brought everything a ski jumping heart could wish for: emotions, joy, tears, jubilation, excitement and a happy overall winner: Stefan Kraft!
Thursday - Individual Jumping
The opening jump of the Raw Air Tour, which took place in Lillehammer, was won by Stefan Kraft. He showed two great jumps on 135 and 137 meters and left the competition behind. Second and third place went to Japan's Ryoyu Kobayashi (136 and 134.5 meters) and Karl Geiger with 135 and 134.5 meters.
Friday - Mixed Team
The Slovenians were already considered as clear favorites in advance, which they confirmed sovereignly in the competition. The team around Ursa Bogataj, Lovro Kos, Nika Kriznar and Timi Zajc won the mixed team event in Oslo ahead of Austria and Norway, who offered each other an exciting fight.
Saturday - Team Jumping
Home victory in second individual event of Raw Air Tour for Marius Lindvik. The 23-year-old already showed a good shape during the last weeks and now confirmed this on Holmenbakken. Second place went to Markus Eisenbichler from Siegsdorf and third place to Robert Johansson, also from Norway.
Sunday - Individual Jumping
The last jump of the Raw Air - series brings a winner moved to tears: Daniel Andre Tande! The Norwegian celebrated his first victory of the season in his home country and that only one year after his terrible fall last year. Second place went to Slovenia's Anze Lanisek, third to Stefan Kraft. The Austrian became the overall winner of the Raw Air Tournament at the famous Holmenkollen in Oslo.go back
Let's go for the fans of the Four Hills Tournament: On September 1, the advance sale for the most important winter sports series event in the world started, which will take place for the 71st time this winter. Tickets for all four competition venues are available at tickets.vierschanzentournee.com.
One more year to go before the time has finally come: Starting in the 2023/24 season, a women's Four Hills Tournament is to be held for the first time. This was agreed by the Austrian and German Ski Associations together with the FIS.
Slovenian Championships? No, World Cup final in Planica. But this weekend clearly belonged to the Slovenian ski jumping team! On day one they managed a 4-fold victory, on day two the team victory and on day three the places 3 - 6. We take our hats off!