Klinec wins the qualification, Konderla wins the competition

Ema Klinec won the qualification for Sunday’s Ladies’ World Cup competition on the Lysgaardsbakken (HS140) hill in Lillehammer. The representative of Slovenia made a jump of 129.5 meters. Nicole Konderla was promoted to the competition.

In qualifying, Ema Klinec soared the furthest with a distance of 129.5 meters. The Slovenian was ahead of Marita Kramer (127.5 m) and Silje Opseth (128 m). Ursa Bogataj (128 m) was fourth, Sara Takanashi (128.5 m) was fifth, and Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (126 m) was sixth.

The top ten in the qualifying round was completed by Eva Pinkelnig (123 m), NIka Kriznar (120 m), Katharina Althaus (117.5 m) and Anna Odine Stroem (120.5 m).

The promotion to the competition was won by Nicole Konderla, who after a jump on 93 meters took 40th place.

Anna Twardosz (86 m) finished in the forty-ninth position. The fifty-first was Kamila Karpiel (85 m), and the fifty-seventh was Kinga Rajda (78.5 m).

Qualifiers were played on the 13th and 12th platforms.

The competition starts at 5:30 PM. Broadcast on Eurosport 2 and Player.pl

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Adam Bucholz, source: Own information

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