Marita Kramer is the best on the large hill

Marita Kramer won the Ladies’ World Cup competition on Sunday at the Lysgaardsbakken (HS140) in Lillehammer. The Austrian team triumphed with jumps of 138 m and 134.5 m. Second was Katharina Althaus and third was Silje Opseth. Nicole Konderla did not advance to the finals.

Marita Kramer was in the lead after the first round. The World Cup leader landed at 138 meters and was 5.9 points ahead of Silje Opseth (134.5 m) and 7.9 points. Ema Klinec (129 m). The fourth was Katharina Althaus (130.5 m), the fifth was Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (126.5 m), and the sixth was Ursa Bogataj (126.5 m).

Sara Takanashi (126 m), Eva Pinkelnig (130.5 m) and Nika Kriznar (122 m) were classified in the next positions. The top ten was closed by Jacqueline Seifriedsberger (119.5 m).

Nicole Konderla showed a jump of 102 meters and finished the competition in 34th position.

In the final, Marita Kramer achieved 134.5 meters and triumphed 9.1 points over Katharina Althaus (136.5 m) and 15.7 points. above Silje Opseth (129 m). The fourth was Ema Klinec (128 m), the fifth was Eva Pinkelnig (131 m), and the sixth was Ursa Bogataj (130 m).

Nika Kriznar (136.5 m), Sara Takanashi (129.5 m) and Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (128 m) finished on the next positions. The top ten was closed by Anna Odine Stroem (128 m).

The entire Sunday competition was played from the 13th starting beam.

Marita Kramer (330 points) leads in the overall World Cup classification ahead of Katharina Althaus (285 points) and Ema Klinec (259 points).

The teams from Austria (815 points), Slovenia (759 points) and Germany (497 points) are at the top of the Nations Cup.

The next Ladies’ World Cup event will be held in a week’s time, December 10-11 in Klingenthal (HS140).

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 >>>

About David Martin

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

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