The winners of the last day of competition: Granerud and Kraft. Both athletes delivered outstanding performances and were celebrated as winners in the end. Stefan Kraft secured the day's victory with spectacular flights, while Halvor Egner Granerud was able to celebrate the overall victory at RAW AIR and the early win of the overall World Cup.
The second stop of the Raw Air Tour 2022/2023 took place in Lillehammer and offered the spectators spectacular jumps of the best ski jumpers in the world. Norway's Halvor Egner Granerud was able to extend his lead in the Raw Air ranking, while Poland's Dawid Kubacki celebrated his first victory in Lillehammer.
The first stop of this year's Raw Air Tour of ski jumpers took place in Oslo last weekend. The Norwegian capital welcomed the best jumpers in the world for an intense competition, where points and prize money were at stake. Lanisek and Kraft prevailed with strong performances.
On the second weekend of the Ski Flying World Championships in Planica the Slovenian team celebrated two victories. On the first day of the competition Timi Zajc won the individual jumping, on the second day of the competition the team competition took place, where the Slovenians triumphed again.
Piotr Żyła from Poland successfully defended his world title in ski jumping at the Nordic World Ski Championships. At the competition, which took place on February 25, 2023 in Planica, Slovenia, 36-year-old Żyła showed an impressive performance and secured the title ahead of the DSV duo Wellingern and Geiger.
The German ski jumpers have shown an impressive performance in their last individual World Cup before the World Championships in Planica. However, the world's elite was not fully represented in Andreas Wellinger's victory on February 18, 2023.
Germany claimed its first victory of the current season at the Ski Jumping World Cup in Lake Placid. Andreas Wellinger prevailed in his World Cup comeback in the USA and made a successful day for the German ski jumpers. Victory in super team competition went to Poland and the last winner of the weekend was Halvor Egner Granerud.
Last weekend, the World Cup in ski jumping took place in Willingen. But the weather did not make it easy for the athletes and spectators. However, the Norwegian Halvor Egner Granerud was particularly impressive, who didn't let himself get rattled even by the adverse conditions and set another milestone in his career with his next victory.
Finally, there was flying again! At Kulm, the ski jumping elite unpacked numerous dream flights. First and foremost the overall World Cup leader Halvor Egner Granerud. The Norwegian secured the victories in both competitions of the weekend.