In the first World Cup after the 69th Four-Hills-Tournament once again Tournament winner Kamil Stoch took the victory. Halvor Egner Granerud was the winner on Sunday.
It goes on one after the other. Only a few days after the end of the 69th Four Hills Tournament, the world's best ski jumpers met for the World Cup in Titisee-Neustadt. Important World Cup points were distributed again on both Saturday and Sunday. Tournament winner Kamil Stoch underlined his form on Saturday and took the victory. Halvor Egner Granerud finished second ahead of Piotr Żyła. Markus Eisenbichler jumped as the best German on rank 4. Karl Geiger, second of the Four-Hills-Tournament, only reached rank 25, Dawid Kubacki, third of the tour, finished 7th.
The jumping on Sunday was dominated by the Norwegian team. Halvor Egner Granerud won ahead of his team mate Daniel-André Tande. Marius Lindvik completed the strong team result on 5th place. Third place went to Stefan Kraft, ahead of the best German Markus Eisenbichler. Karl Geiger improved to 11th place. Kubacki was the best Polish jumper in 6th place, Stoch finished 17th.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.