Marius Lindvik continues his winning streak and after his triumph in Garmisch-Partenkirchen also wins the jumping in Innsbruck. Behind him on the podium are Dawid Kubacki and Daniel Andre Tande.
Under changing conditions the 21-year-old took the lead in the first run and was able to maintain this position in the final as well. Dawid Kubacki from Poland ended up just behind him, taking the lead in the overall tour standings. Norwegian Daniel Andre Tande jumped onto the podium from twelfth place. Ryoyu Kobayashi, the previous leader of the overall standings and winner of last year's race, did not come over a 14th place today.
Karl Geiger, who had been just behind Kobayashi so far, was able to fight his way back from 23rd to eighth place in the second run. In the overall standings the 21-year-old Norwegian Lindvik is now nine points behind Dawid Kubacki. Karl Geiger is in 3rd place, 13 points behind.go back
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At the first and only summer Grand-Prix this year, the Polish jumpers were able to take advantage of their home crowd at the Adam-Malysz-Hill in Wisla. On both days Dawid Kubacki won.
The preparations for the winter are on and the ski jumpers are already training again on the hills - but it still takes time until the official World Cup start at the end of November. We want to use the time to take a look at the hidden talents of the jumpers. What do the athletes actually do besides competitive sports? Which star is also responsible for the Olympic victory of another athlete? And who almost made the night clubs insecure? Here are three, more or less “secret" talents of the ski jumping stars.