Ski jumping: maximum distance for Huber in the Titisee prologue

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Ski jumping: maximum distance for Huber in the Titisee prologue

Salzburger lands in fourth place

WHAT / Georg Hochmuth

Daniel Huber finished fourth at the Ski Jumping World Cup in Titisee-Neustadt with maximum distance. (ARCHIVE IMAGE)

At the world cup ski jumping in Titisee-Neustadt in Germany, Daniel Huber from Salzburg crossed the finish line in fourth place with a jump of 142.5 meters. The Norwegian Halvor Egner Granerud secured the victory.

Because only 50 participants were named, a qualification was waived. Granerud was 5.8 points ahead of Poland’s Dawid Kubacki (139 m) after a 140 m flight.

Huber shines in Titisee with maximum distance

Salzburg’s Daniel Huber sailed with a long run to the maximum distance of 142.5 m and was only fourth, eleven points behind Granerud due to deductions.

Salzburger Kraft in tenth place

Tour winner Kamil Stoch (133 m) was seventh, Stefan Kraft was tenth after a 130 m flight.

(Those: APA)

Accessed on January 8th, 2021 at 7:25 am on https://www.salzburg24.at/sport/wintersport/skispringen-hoechstweit-fuer-huber-in-titisee-prolog-98080291



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Ski jumping maximum distance Huber Titisee prologue

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