Dawid Kubacki is the new winner of the 68th Four Hills Tournament. The man from Poland was able to beat Marius Lindvik from Norway and Karl Geiger from Germany in an exciting tour final.
The most exciting tour in years had everything you could wish for in the finale. With fantastic weather and 15,000 spectators, the three favourites in particular delivered an exciting flight show. Already in the first run Kubacki, who was also ahead in the overall standings before the final, prevailed against the competition, and nothing changed in the final. On the day's podium Karl Geiger from Germany finished second ahead of the Norwegian Marius Lindvik in third place. In the overall standings, the 21-year-old hobby DJ from Norway took second place ahead of Karl Geiger.
With his win, Kubacki is ranking third on the pole position behind Adam Malysz and Kamil Stoch. Last year's winner Ryoyu Kobayashi finishes fourth in the overall standings.
Best Austrian becomes Stefan Kraft in 5th place.
Already on Friday the ski jumping team will move on to Predazzo, where the World Cup will be continued on the weekend.
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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.