Ski jumping: Kramer on the podium in sensational Norwegian victory

Ski jumping: Kramer on the podium in sensational Norwegian victory

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Ljubno – Sunday, January 24th, 2021, 4:00 p.m.

Sensational victory at the women’s ski jumping World Cup in Ljubno, Slovenia.

 The  19-year-old Norwegian Eirin Maria Kvadal is at the top of the podium for the first time in what is only her second World Cup competition. With jumps of 92 and 89 meters and 244.2 points, she relegated local hero and halftime leader Ema Klinec by 1.4 points to second place. Marita Kramer can look forward to third place, 6.2 points behind, and the remaining lead in the overall World Cup.

After two competitions, the Salzburg woman leads with 160 points ahead of the Japanese Sara Takanashi (110), who is fourth.

Daniela Iraschko-Stolz made it to 7th place and Sophie Sorschag was able to look forward to her best result in ninth place. Lisa Eder finished 19th, Chiara Hölzl fell back to 23rd in the second round. ©

 The  Salzburg woman was allowed to repeat her first jump because there were problems with the traffic lights and she was threatened with non-qualification for the second round.

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 The  winning streak of ÖSV ski jumpers in Ljubno was broken

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