Dawid Kubacki from Poland snatched the victory at the third stop of the 71st Four Hills Tournament in Innsbruck. The overall World Cup leader won ahead of Tournament leader Halvor Egner Granerud from Norway and Slovenia's Anže Lanišek.
Dawid Kubacki makes up a few points on the leader of the Tournament's overall ranking. The Pole won the Bergisel Ski Jumping event in Innsbruck with a lead of 3.5 points ahead of Halvor Egner Granerud, who goes into the decision in Bischofshofen with a margin of 23.3 points. Third place went to Anže Lanišek, who is currently in third place in the overall standings. As a team, the Austrians and the Poles presented themselves strong again, each with four and three athletes in the Top 10. Best German was youngster Philipp Raimund in 13th place.
Thanks to Kubacki's victory, it will now get a bit exciting again in Bischofshofen - even if a few things have to go wrong for Granerud. The Tournament continues on January 5, 2023 with the qualification in Bischofshofen.go back
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Only one week after the furious final of the 71st Four Hills Tournament the next World Cup weekend of the ski jumping season took place in Zakopane, Poland. Tour winner Granerud continued his winning streak.
Halvor Egner Granerud is crowned king of the 2022/23 Four Hills Tournament. The Norwegian wins the winter sports highlight with a lead of 33.0 points ahead of Dawid Kubacki from Poland and Anze Lanisek from Slovenia.