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Ski jump in Lahti 2022: results and coverage - Friday's World Cup Individual Competition

Ski jump in Lahti 2022: results and coverage – Friday’s World Cup Individual Competition

Live broadcast of the World Cup in Lahti on Eurosport, TVN and Player

On Friday, the first of the three World Cup tournaments scheduled for the weekend was held in Lahti. Due to the difficult weather conditions, the qualification was canceled, but the first singles competition was smooth (although heavy snowfall was a bit annoying).

Coach Michel Doyal has transported five Olympic athletes from Beijing to Finland: Kamil Stoch, Daoud Kobaki, Piotr Schiele, Bowie Weska and Stefan Hola, as well as Kasper Yoruczyk. The 20-year-old recently won the continental cup competition in Brotterode, Germany.

This is what we tied in the Friday competition on EUROSPORT.PL

Poles jumped in Lahti

It was Eurozek who presented himself as the first representative of Poland. He made a good jump. He landed at 115 meters and got good marks in style. It lacked an upgrade to the final series. In the end, it ranked 32nd.

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Kacper Juroszek jump from the first series of Friday competition in Lahti

Video: Eurosport Kacper Juroszek jump from the first series of Friday competition in Lahti

The second of the White-Reds was Hula. The Olympian did not boast four times. He was only 102 meters tall and his marks were low. He knew right away that we wouldn’t see him in the final.

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Holly jumps out of the first episode of the Friday competition in Lahti

Video: Eurosport Holly jumps out of the first episode of the Friday competition in Lahti

The jump also didn’t go out to Wsek at all. 97.5 meters – it was a very bad distance. Coming off the threshold, the Polish young man realized that he would be fine and that he was not fighting at all.

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Pawe Wąska jump from the first series of Friday competition in Lahti

Video: Eurosport Pawe Wąska jump from the first series of Friday competition in Lahti

Żya, Stoch and Kubacki in the final

The Polish fans were hoping that our players could finally have better experiences. As it happened. The Kubacki performed much better than its predecessors. The bronze medalist at the Beijing Olympics achieved 120.5 metres. After the first round he was 25 years old. His reaction showed that he was counting on more.

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Kubacki jump from the first series of Friday competition in Lahti

Video: Eurosport Kubacki jump from the first series of Friday competition in Lahti

Żya reached the same distance as his teammate. However, conditions were worse than they translated into wind compensation. The third player in the World Championships from the 2017 facility earned a total of 125.3 points. This gave him a high sixth place.

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Piotr Żya jump from the first series of Friday competition in Lahti

Video: Eurosport Piotr Żya jump from the first series of Friday competition in Lahti

Stoch jumped really well in the drill, but this time it wasn’t for him. The three-time Olympic champion reached 118.5 meters. That’s his folks for the last series (21st place), but he wasn’t happy. After the rehearsal, Stoch only shook his head in disbelief.

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Stoch jump from the first series of the Friday competition in Lahti

Video: Eurosport Stoch jump from the first series of the Friday competition in Lahti

After the first part of the competition, the Austrian Ulrich Volgnant was unexpectedly ahead.

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Fulgnant jump from the first series of Friday competition in Lahti

Video: Eurosport Fulgnant jump from the first series of Friday competition in Lahti

Source: Eurosport Results of the first round of Friday competition in Lahti

Kubacki upgrade, Stoch decline

The final series started with a fanfare. Kubacki got 124.5 meters in worse wind conditions than on the first attempt. In addition, he had 18-point notes. It all translates to an upgrade for our player. He finished the competition in thirteenth place.

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Dawid Kubachi jump from the second series of Friday competition in Lahti

Video: Eurosport Dawid Kubachi jump from the second series of Friday competition in Lahti

Unfortunately, Stoch couldn’t get enough of trying it again. The jumper descended from the zeb at a height of 117 meters. For him, the second series was associated with a drop in the rating to twenty-fourth place.

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Stoch jump from the second series of Friday competition in Lahti

Video: Eurosport Stoch jump from the second series of Friday competition in Lahti

She was alive until he cried with joy

yła has done a great job. The Vistulan boomed 129.5 meters. After his jump, he shouted with joy and clenched his fist in a gesture of victory. The pole had an impressive 268 points and waited to see what his competitors would do.

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Piotr Żya jump from the second series of Friday competition in Lahti

Video: Eurosport Piotr Żya jump from the second series of Friday competition in Lahti

As it turned out later, only Austrian Stefan Kraft (by 15.1 points) and Norwegian Halvor Aigner Granrod (by 0.2 points) were ahead. It was the third – bravo! This is his first World Cup podium this season.

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Kraft won the Friday competition in Lahti

Video: Eurosport Kraft won the Friday competition in Lahti

Broadcasting on TVN, Eurosport 1 and Player.

Ski jump Lahti 2022. Competition schedule

Saturday 26 February

15.15 – Test Series
16:30 – the first series of the team competition

Sunday 27 February

14.30 – Qualifications
16.00 – 1st series of individual competition

place player (country)
points (spaces)
1. Stefan Kraft (Austria) 283.1 (124.5 / 131)
2. Halvor Aigner Granrod (Norway) 268.2 (127.5 / 125.5)
3. Piotr Żyła (Poland) 268 (120.5 / 129.5)
4. Markus Eisenbechler (Germany) 267.9 (127/125)
5. Karl Geiger (Germany) 267.5 (122 / 127.5)
6. Ulrich Fulgnant (Austria) 263 (126/118)
7. Ryoyo Kobayashi (Japan) 261.2 (122 / 127.5)
8. Petr Breivik (Slovenia) 258.5 (120.5/128)
9. Sen Privik (Slovenia) 256.3 (120.5 / 124.5)
9. Gregor Deschwanden (Switzerland) 256.3 (120.5 / 130.5)

13. David Kupaki (Poland) 251.6 (120.5 / 124.5)
24. Kamel Stoch (Poland) 239 (118.5/117)
32. Kacper Juroszek (Poland) 111.1 (115)
40. Stefan Hola (Poland) 89.9 (102)
48. Bwiek Wasek (Poland) 70.8 (97.5)
place player (country)
points
1. Karl Geiger (Germany) 1234
2. Ryoyo Kobayashi (Japan) 1222
3. Halvor Aigner Granrod (Norway) 990
4. Marius Lindvik (Norway) 927
5. Markus Eisenbechler (Germany) 694
6. Anże Lanisek (Slovenia) 657
7. Stefan Kraft (Austria) 593
8. Jan Heuerl (Austria) 555
9. Sen Privik (Slovenia) 465
10. Daniel Huber (Austria) 449
twenty. Piotr Żyła (Poland) 248
21. Kamel Stoch (Poland) 233
36. David Kupaki (Poland) 83
52. Bwiek Wasek (Poland) 22
55. Jacob Woolny (Poland) 19
67. Alexander Zniszol (Poland) 5
68. Stefan Hola (Poland) 4
70. Andrzej Stękała (Poland) 3

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