At the end of this year's Summer Grand Prix, Anze Lanisek (139.5m and 137.6 points) from Slovenia surprisingly won after just one round ahead of Norway's Marius Lindvik (148m and 136.6 points) and Poland's Piotr Zyla (135m and 135m). 5, points).
At the end of the summer, the jumpers had to fight against tough weather conditions in in Klingenthal. Especially the 21-year-old Norwegian Marius Lindvik improved with a new summer hill-record. Best German was Karl Geiger with his10th place and also secured the fifth place in the overall standings. Gregor Schlierenzauer could not quite confirm his last ascending form and was ranked as best Austrian on a 20th place.
With his fifth place Dawid Kubacki secured for the second time in his career after 2017 the overall standings of the Summer Grand Prix ahead of Yukia Sato (Japan) and Timi Zajc from Slovenia. The Grand Slam winner Ryoyu Kobayashi also finished fourth in the overall standings with his fourth place on Saturday. World Champion Markus Eisenbichler did not get beyond a 29th place in the overall standings.
For the jumpers, it is now time for the final preparations, before the World Cup season starts on 22nd of november.
Preparations for the 2020/2021 season have begun. Most nations have named their national teams for the upcoming winter season and many teams have already started with their first jumps.
The fact that the career of ski jumping legend Noriaki Kasai is unique is now once again demonstrated by another award.