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.
Saturday - Individual Jumping
The first competition on Saturday was characterized by an incredible tension. After Anze Lanisek from Slovenia had placed third in the first round, he was able to claim victory in the final round with a spectacular jump to 139.5 meters. Lanisek narrowly edged out Stefan Kraft of Austria, who was only 5.8 points behind the winner in the end. The third in the group was German ski jumper Karl Geiger.
Sunday - Individual Jumping
On Sunday, Stefan Kraft from Austria was able to take the lead. In the first round he had with 130.5 meters, m second round he then jumped 131.5 meters and secured the victory. Second place went to Anze Lanisek, who was thus once again on the podium. Third went to Poland's Dawid Kubacki.
Overall, the weekend in Oslo was a great start for the Raw Air Tour. The athletes had exciting competitions and there were many surprises on and off the hill. The next competition of the Raw Air Tour will take place in Lillehammer. We are curious to see who will prevail there.go back
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