The Norwegian Halvor Egner Granerud secured with his outstanding performance the victory in the overall ranking "Willingen Six" for the best athlete of the weekend.
Saturday - Individual jumping
In the first individual event of the weekend in Willingen once again the leader of the Ski Jumping World Cup Halvor Egner Granerud from Norway dominated. With 8.9 points he won ahead of his compatriot Daniel Andre Tande, followed by Kamil Stoch with a gap of 13.3 points to the winner. The German jumpers had a harder time in the competition on Saturday. Best DSV athlete was Markus Eisenbichler on rank 8, Karl Geiger finished 11th and Pius Paschke jumped on 24th place.
Sunday - Individual jumping
The second individual jumping at Mühlenkopfschanze ended in wind chaos. The qualification had to be cancelled, the first round lasted almost two hours and also the second round had to be cancelled due to weather conditions. Halvor Egner Granerud won the first and only jump which was included in the ranking with 149 meters ahead of Piotr Żyła from Poland with a distance of 137 meters. Markus Eisenbichler took advantage of the briefly good wind conditions and jumped to a strong 3rd place with 143 meters.go back
With Jakub Wolny and Dawid Kubacki two local heroes celebrated the home victory at the Grand Prix opener in Wisła! Special highlight - the return of the fans.
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Dr. Peter Kruijer from the Oberstdorf Ski Club is the new President of the Four Hills Tournament. The presidents of the partner clubs from Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck and Bischofshofen appointed the 63-year-old as successor to Johann Pichler (Bischofshofen), who held the office for the past three years. At the same time, the office of the Four Hills Tournament will also move from Bischofshofen to Oberstdorf.