But he flew.  Great jump by Polish jumper in Bischofshofen

Jacob Ford


The final training sessions in the 72nd Four Hills Championship are scheduled to take place on Friday (January 5). Aleksander Zniszczoł stood out in the first, being the best Pole after jumping 133.5 metres.

Bischofshofen is the final stop for skiers during the 72nd Four Hills Championships. Next weekend, all eyes will be on the fight for first place, with Ryoyu Kobayashi currently leading.

Polish jumpers have been failing since the start of competition in the new season of the Ski Jumping World Cup. This did not change during the German-Austrian championship, as neither finished in the top ten. We've been waiting for this since November.

During the first training in Bischofshofen, the best player of the Whites and Reds was Aleksander Znieszczow, whose attempt was very successful. He reached 133.5 meters and eventually finished in 11th place.

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Kamil Stoch jumped four meters lower. This gave him eighteenth place at the end of the first training series. Davut Kubacki and Piotr Schila also recorded the same distance, but were ranked lower. The first ranked 23rd, while the second ranked 28th.

Maciej Kot and Paweł Wąsek were two places apart, although the latter jumped five meters closer. Cote cleared 125 meters and eventually finished 36th.

Although the best attempt was by Clemens Aigner with a distance of 143.5 metres, he finished third. The best was the leader of the general classification, TCS Kobayashi, who scored 139 metres, and among them was also Manuel Wittner, ahead of his compatriot by 0.1 points.

The second training session is scheduled to begin at 3:15 p.m. Qualifying for Saturday's competition will begin at 4:30 p.m. Live text coverage of the two snowboarders' competitions is available on the WP SportoweFakty website.

place competitor end distance points
1. Ryoyu Kobayashi Japan 139.0 96.4
2. Manuel Vitner Austria 140.0 90.6
3. Clemens Aigner Austria 143.5 90.5
4. Jan Hoerl Austria 131.5 82.9
5. Peter Brevke Slovenia 135.0 81.6
6. Johann Andre Forfang Norway 128.0 81.4
7. Andreas Wellinger Germany 128.0 80.8
8. Stefan Kraft Austria 127.5 80.2
9. Anze Lanicek Slovenia 125.0 77.9
10. Daniel Andre Tandy Norway 134.5 76
11. Alexander Zhnichzol Poland 133.5 75.8
18. Camille Stoch Poland 129.5 73.1
23. David Kubacki Poland 129.5 69.6
28. Piotr Sela Poland 129.5 67.3
36. Massage Kut Poland 125.0 60.8
38. Paul Wasik Poland 120.0 59.3

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