Dawid Kubacki from Poland wins the qualification for the third jumping event of the 71st Four Hills Tournament in Innsbruck. His compatriot Kamil Stoch and Anže Lanišek from Slovenia lined up behind him.
The runner-up of the overall tour ranking, Dawid Kubacki, won the qualification in Innsbruck. With the farthest jump of the day to 128.0 meters the 32-year-old secured the prize money of 3,000 Swiss francs. Second place, 4.0 points behind, went to his teammate Kamil Stoch. Third place went to Slovenia's Anže Lanišek, who is in fourth place in the overall tour ranking. Only on 13th place with 21.8 points behind the winner placed the overall leader Halvor Egner Granerud. A strong performance was again shown by the Austrian team, which was represented by three athletes in the top 10. The qualification ended bitterly for the best German Karl Geiger. He missed the qualification for the competition as 51st by only 0.2 points and can say goodbye to his hopes in the overall ranking.go back
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