Karl Geiger leads the way

Karl Geiger leads the first round of the final competition of the 70th 4-Hills-Tournament at Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze (HS142) in Bischofshofen. The German representative leads the way after a jump of 140.5 meters. Two Poles advanced to the finals.

In the first competition series, Karl Geiger flew the farthest. The leader of the German team achieved a distance of 140.5 meters and at the halfway point of the competition he leads with an advantage of 2.2 points over Daniel Huber (136.5 m) and 4.1 points. over Yukiya Sato (139 m). Halvor Egner Granerud (136.5 m) is fourth.

The dominator of the 70th 4-Hills-Tournament, Ryoyu Kobayashi, after a jump of 133.5 meters, is fifth, 6.8 points behind the leading Geiger. Sixth is Manuel Fettner (137.5 m), seventh is Markus Eisenbichler (133 m), eighth is Robert Johansson (133 m), ninth is Philipp Aschenwald (136 m) and tenth is Jan Hoerl (130 m).

The participants of the Polish couple advanced to the finals. Piotr Żyła (128 m) is fifteenth at the halfway point, and Dawid Kubacki (128 m) is seventeenth.

The runner-up of the 4-Hills-Tournament, Marius Lindvik, landed on 126 meters and at the halfway point of the competition in Bischofshofen, he is in the twenty-third place.

Andrzej Stękała (123 m) lost the duel with Clemens Aigner and ended his participation in the Thursday competition in the thirty-ninth position.

In addition to Dawid Kubacki, Manuel Fettner, Junshiro Kobayashi, Pius Paschke and Daniel Tschofenig were promoted to the finals.

The first competition series was played on the 10th and 8th starting beam.

The final series starts at 18:42. 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 >>

Ranking of the 70th 4-Hills-Tournament after 7 out of 8 series:
No. Country Points Loss
1 KOBAYASHI Ryoyu 1024.2 0.0
2 LINDVIK Marius 990.3 -33.9
3 GEIGER Karl 988.2 -36.0
4 GRANERUD Halvor Egner 986.1 -38.1
5 EISENBICHLER Markus 979.7 -44.5
6 JOHANSSON Robert 967.0 -57.2
7 KOS Lovro 950.3 -73.9
8 HOERL Jan 932.8 -91.4
9 HUBER Daniel 927.4 -96.8
10 SATO Yukiya 926.0 -98.2
11 LEYHE Stephan 902.9 -121.3
12 PEIER Killian 881.6 -142.6
13 ASCHENWALD Philipp 874.3 -149.9
14 DESCHWANDEN Gregor 869.6 -154.6
15 FORFANG Johann Andre 830.8 -193.4
16 LIVE Piotr 757.6 -266.6
17 KLIMOW Yevgeny 754.7 -269.5
18 TANDE Daniel Andre 748.0 -276.2
19 LANISEK Anze 747.4 -276.8
twenty KOBAYASHI Junshiro 747.0 -277.2
21 TSCHOFENIG Daniel 741.1 -283.1
22 PREVC Peter 727.4 -296.8
23 KUBACKI Dawid 718.3 -305.9
24 NAKAMURA Naoki 708.8 -315.4
25 SADREYEW Danił 704.5 -319.7
26 ZAJC Timi 652.4 -371.8
27 FETTNER Manuel 645.7 -378.5
28 SCHMID Constantin 627.9 -396.3
29 KRAFT Stefan 625.6 -398.6
thirty WELLINGER Andreas 618.8 -405.4
31 ITO Daiki 609.9 -414.3
32 FREUND Severin 608.2 -416.0
33 WOHLGENANNT Ulrich 603.8 -420.4
34 FREE Jacob 595.2 -429.0
35 AMMANN Simon 594.3 -429.9
36 PASCHKE Pius 587.2 -437.0
37 PREVC Cene 488.0 -536.2
38 VILLUMSTAD Fredrik 479.1 -545.1
39 ZOGRAFSKI Vladimir 462.2 -562.0
40 KYTOSAHO Niko 456.6 -567.6
41 IPCIOGLU Fatih Arda 449.5 -574.7
42 BRESADOLA Giovanni 431.4 -592.8
43 AIGRO Artti 418.9 -605.3
44 TROFIMOW Roman Sergeyevich 417.1 -607.1
45 HAYBOECK Michael 389.4 -634.8
46 AIGNER Clemens 387.7 -636.5
47 WĄSEK Paweł 357.7 -666.5
48 JELAR Ziga 346.9 -677.3
49 BOYD-CLOWES Mackenzie 337.9 -686.3
50 LACKNER Thomas 233.9 -790.3
51 STKAŁA Andrzej 230.6 -793.6
52 MANKOV Ilya 216.8 -807.4
53 STOCH Kamil 214.5 -809.7
54 SATO Keiichi 211.6 -812.6
55 MALTSEV Kevin 201.2 -823.0
56 MOGEL Zak 159.4 -864.8
57 KOUDELKA Roman 114.2 -910.0
58 BJOERENG Joacim Oedegaard 112.1 -912.1
59 AALTO Antti 108.6 -915.6
60 LISSO Justin 107.3 -916.9
61 POLISH Viktor 107.3 -916.9
62 RAINER Stefan 105.7 -918.5
63 NOUSIAINEN Eetu 103.3 -920.9
64 HOFFMANN Felix 101.2 -923.0

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David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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