He did it again! Ryoyu Kobayashi once again lives up to his role as favorite and takes the qualification victory in Innsbruck as well.
The Bergisel is calling! The third qualification jump in Innsbruck is once again won by Japan's Ryoyu Kobayashi with 126.5 meters. Austria's Jan Hörl (129 meters) and Switzerland's Killian Peier (127.5 meters) are ranked second and third. The longest jump of the day, however, was in the first training round by Markus Eisenbichler at a sensational 139 meters! In the competition, this would be the new hill record of the German. In the qualification he managed the 8th place. The best DSV eagle was Severin Freund in 6th place.go back
For Japan's Ryoyu Kobayashi a 5th place at the Epiphany Jumping in Bischofshofen is enough for an unchallenged victory in the overall ranking.
It couldn't be more beautiful for all Austrians. Daniel Huber wins the last jumping event in Bischofshofen on home ground.
A very unusual ski jumping day with a well-known winner is behind us. Training, qualification and competition and all that in only one day - the post race victory was again won by Ryoyu Kobayashi from Japan.