While the favorites Granerud and Geiger crash in the first round, the Pole Kamil Stoch secures the victory in Innsbruck and thus also takes the overall lead in the Four Hills Tournament.
What a show on the Bergisel in Innsbruck! Kamil Stoch (POL) wins the 3rd jump of the Four Hills Tournament with jumps on 127.5 and 130 meters and thus also takes the lead in the 69th Four Hills Tournament. The Slovenian Anze Lanisek and Dawid Kubacki from Poland follow in second and third place.
After a turbulent first round, in which Halvor Egner Granerud (NOR) and Karl Geiger from Oberstdorf won their knockout duels, they only finished 29th and 30th respectively at halftime. In the final, both of them were only concerned with damage limitation: Granerud was 15th, Geiger was 16th.
The best German ski jumper was Markus Eisenbichler, who took sixth place with 120.5 and 128.5 meters. Things went better for the hosts: Stefan Kraft (8th) and Michael Hayböck (9th) ended up in the top ten.go back
The Four Hills Tournament is ranked number one in the annual buzz ranking of the international data and analytics group YouGov Sport. The Tournament was the sporting event that had the most positive buzz among Germans in 2020.
Team Norway won the team event in Lahti, Finland, last Saturday. With Robert Johansson, a Norwegian also stood at the top of the podium on Sunday.