The -Pole Kamil Stoch won the third jumping of the tour ahead of the Slovenian Anze Lanisek and his compatriot Dawid Kubacki. Stoch turned the overall standings in his favor: he is now 15.2 points ahead of Kubacki.
The -improvement to 15th place in the final was only little consolation for him. Granerud questioned the fairness of jumping in Innsbruck in an ORF interview. “ It feels like Innsbruck. I’m sorry to say that. I’ve never had a good competition here, it’s always the same. My jumps were okay, but I still crashed, I have no explanation for it. It is the same every year. “
Germans pissed off
The -German Karl Geiger, who had triumphed in Oberstdorf, was angry after his 16th place: “ At the moment I’m pretty pissed off and don’t expect anything more from the overall standings. But I don’t care,” said the ski flying world champion on ARD -Interview. “I have to shut down the system first. At the moment I could really step in anywhere,” he added. “I don’t really know myself that way.”
His teammate Markus Eisenbichler could understand Geiger’s frustration. “ Of course he’s frustrated and has deja vu from last year. I’ll talk to him, but I think he’ll need a few minutes to smoke out now.” Postscript: “
The -Bergisel is just a stupid pig every now and then.”