Halvor Egner Granerud is leading after the first round of the inaugural World Cup competition 2021/2022 on the Aist hill (HS134) in Nizhniy Tagil. The Norwegian representative is the leader after a jump of 133 meters. The eighth place is taken by Dawid Kubacki (125 m). Another twentieth Kamil Stoch (117.5 m) advanced to the finals.
Halvor Egner Granerud is in the lead after the first round. The defender of the Crystal Ball landed at 133 meters and is ahead of Karl Geiger (134.5 m) and 5.9 points. Ryoyu Kobayashi (128 m). Robert Johansson (131.5 m) is fourth and Daniel Huber (133 m) is fifth.
The following positions were taken by Naoki Nakamura (130 m) and Jan Hoerl (129.5 m). The eighth place is taken by the highest-ranked Pole, Dawid Kubacki (125 m). Anze Lanisek is ninth (126.5 m), while Markus Eisenbichler (122.5 m) closes the top ten.
One more Pole advanced to the finals. Kamil Stoch, after a jump of 117.5 meters, is in twentieth place.
Piotr Żyła with a result of 113.5 meters ended his participation in the inaugural competition of the season in thirty-second place. The forty-fifth was Jakub Wolny (105 m), and the forty-eighth was Andrzej Stękała (96 m).
The first competition series was played entirely from the 5th starting beam.
The final series starts at 17:07. Broadcast on TVN, Eurosport 1 and Player.pl.
You will be able to follow the “live” results via the LIVE FISskijumping report >>
or LIVE FIS relationship >>
Adam Bucholz, source: Own information