Stefan Kraft and Timi Zajc presented themselves in outstanding form in Oberstdorf and secured a podium place each on both days.
Saturday - Individual Jumping
After his qualification victory, Austria's Stefan Kraft also triumphed in the first competition of Oberstdorf. Ziga Jelar has to admit defeat to the world record holder as second with only 1.7 points behind. Third place was secured by Timi Zajc from Slovenia. On the sidelines of the Ski Flying World Cup in Oberstdorf, DSV eagle Richard Freitag announced his retirement from competitive sports. We wish him all the best for the future.
Sunday - Individual Jumping
With a flight distance of 211.5 meters and 232 meters Timi Zajc won the second Ski Flying World Cup in Oberstdorf. The Slovenian scored a total of 407.9 points on the Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze on the second day of competition and beat Piotr Zyla from Poland (401.1 points). Third place went to yesterday's winner Stefan Kraft from Austria (399.8 points).go back
The 2023/2024 World Cup season is open. The winner on both competition days comes from Austria: Stefan Kraft.
The 2023/2024 World Cup season will open on the last weekend of November with the jumping event in Ruka (Finland). Fans can look forward to several highlights.