Ski jumping: Granerud stops Eisenbichler in Ruka

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Halvor Egner Granerud won the third season competition in the Ski Jumping World Cup on Sunday and thus stopped Markus Eisenbichler’s winning streak. The Norwegian prevailed in Ruka with 282.0 points ahead of the German (272.1) and the Polish Dawid Kubacki (265.6). The best jumper from the ÖSV team, which had only traveled to Finland with a B team, was Markus Schiffner in eleventh place.

On Saturday Eisenbichler had distanced the entire competition by more than ten meters and won the second win of the season. In the second Ruka competition, the world champion was intercepted in the decision by Granerud, who was fourth at half time (137 and 142 meters). The German defended the yellow jersey confidently with flights at 141 and 131 meters.

As on the day before, three Austrians made it into the final in the second Ruka competition. Clemens Leitner, the best Austrian in the first round as 17th, was 19th. Timon-Pascal Kahofer landed on the 22nd place.

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Manuel Fettner, who was also qualified, had missed the final in 40th, Marco Wörgötter had just failed to qualify in 51st Numerous coronavirus infections had occurred.

Ski jumping world cup in Ruka

Final score:
1. Halvor Egner Granerud NOR 137,0/142,0 282,0
2. Markus Eisenbichler GER 141,0/131,0 272,1
3. Dawid Kubacki POL 132,0/139,0 265,6
4. Yukiya Sato JPN 130,0/146,0 260,3
5. Johann Andre Forfang NOR 136,0/137,5 255,8
6. Robert Johansson NOR 138,5/127,0 249,9
7. Kamil Stoch POL 130,0/132,0 246,5
8. Karl Geiger GER 135,0/129,5 242,5
9. Severin friend GER 126,5/128,0 229,0
10. Anze Lanisek SLO 138,5/118,0 228,4
11. Markus Schiffner OR 127,5/134,0 227,8
12. Constantin Schmid GER 128,5/124,5 220,7
13. Ziga Jelar SLO 129,0/108,0 220,6
14. Daniel-Andre Tande NOR 129,5/122,5 216,9
15. Ryoyu Kobayashi JPN 121,5/126,5 214,5
16. Naoki Nakamura JPN 134,5/116,0 213,3
17. Bor Pavlovcic SLO 130,0/122,0 212,7
18. Peter Prevc SLO 126,5/117,5 206,8
19. Clemens Leitner OR 128,0/118,0 203,5
20. Gregor Deschwanden SUI 120,0/117,5 202,4
21. Pius Paschke GER 130,5/114,0 202,3
22. Timon-Pascal Kahofer OR 125,5/118,5 201,9
23. Piotr Zyla POL 121,0/116,5 198,2
. Giovanni Bresadola ITA 130,0/107,0 198,2
25. Pawel Wasek POL 128,0/117,0 197,3
26. Dominik Peter SUI 121,5/117,5 193,4
27. Junshiro Kobayashi JPN 124,5/113,0 191,4
28. Casey Larson USA 129,5/109,0 184,7
29. Daiki Ito JPN 124,0/106,5 168,7
30. Artti Aigro IS 134,0/89,0 165,7
Not in the final among others:
. Manuel Fettner OR 118,0 90,7

Out in the qualification: Marco Wörgötter, David Haagen (both AUT)



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