The young Norwegian Marius Lindvik confirmed his strong performance from Garmisch-Partenkirchen and also won the qualification in Innsbruck. Stefan Kraft from Austria and Karl Geiger and Philipp Aschenwald from Germany finished second and third.
After his first World Cup victory in the New Year's ski jumping competition, 21-year-old Lindvik continues his winning streak and wins the qualification at the third tour station.
Stefan Kraft came in just behind and Karl Geiger also confirmed his top form with third place, with Austria's Philipp Aschenwald also in third place with an equal score.
Last year's winner Ryoyu Kobayashi came fifth.
In tomorrow's duel the Norwegian winner will have to face Viktor Polasek, who was the last to qualify for the competition. The German-German duel between Karl Geiger and Moritz Baer will also be interesting.
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