Marita Kramer did not give her rivals any chances! The representative of Austria triumphed in the inaugural competition of the Ladies’ World Cup on the Aist hill (HS97) in Nizhniy Tagil with a record advantage of 41.7 points over the second competitor. The new cycle leader in the first round set a new hill record (104.5 m). The second place went to Ema Klinec, and the third was Daniela Iraschko-Stolz. Kinga Rajda and Kamila Karpiel did not advance to the finals.
photo. OC Nizhny Tagil
In the first competition series, Marita Kramer flew away from her rivals. The Austrian representative set a new hill record (104.5 m) and was the leader at the halfway point with an advantage of 20.5 points over Ema Klinec (92 m) and 24.2 points. above Sarah Takanashi (93 m). The fourth was Lisa Eder (86.5 m), the fifth was Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (90 m) and the sixth was Silje Opseth (87.5 m).
Ursa Bogataj (88 m), Anna Rupprechet (86 m) and Katharina Althaus (80 m) were classified in the next positions. The top ten was closed by Jacqueline Seifriedsberger (86.5 m). The Polish national team did not advance to the final series. Kinga Rajda (72.5 m) was thirty-fourth, and Kamila Karpiel (69 m) was thirty-eight.
In the final, Marita Kramer confirmed her class by soaring to 96 meters. Thus, the representative of Austria triumphed with a record advantage of 41.7 points over the second Ema Klinec (91 m). Daniela Iraschko-Stolz jumped on the lowest step of the podium (90 m). Right behind the top three were Ursa Bogataj (90.5 m), Katharina Althaus (92 m) and Sara Takanashi (87.5 m).
The top ten was completed by Lisa Eder (82 m), Nika Kriznar (87.5 m), Juliane Seyfarth (80 m) and Jacqueline Seifriedsberger (82 m) ex aequo with Pauline Hessler (85 m).
The entire Friday competition was played entirely from the 12th platform.
The first leader of the new season of the Ladies’ World Cup was Marita Kramer (100 points), ahead of Ema Klinec (80 points) and Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (60 points).
In the Ladies Nations Cup classification, the Austrians are leading (222 points), ahead of the Slovenes (176 points) and the Germans (124 points).
A second competition is scheduled for Saturday in Nizhny Tagil. Qualifying will start at 10:30 CET and the competition will start at 12:00 PM.
RESULTS AND CLASSIFICATIONS:
See the results of the 1st series of the competition >>>
See the final results of the competition >>>
See the FIS protocol with the results of the competition >>>
See the current classification of the Ladies’ World Cup >>>
See the current classification of the Ladies’ Nations Cup >>>