Norway's Marius Lindvik crowns himself World Champion in ski flying in Vikersund ahead of Timi Zajc and Stefan Kraft. Slovenia wins the team competition ahead of Germany and Norway.
Saturday - Individual Jumping
Marius Lindvik is the new Ski Flying World Champion. After his half-time lead on Friday the Norwegian presented himself in excellent shape also on the second competition day on Monsterbakken in Vikersund and secured the title of 2022 Ski Flying World Champion. Behind Lindvik the Slovenian Timi Zajc finished second. Third place went to Stefan Kraft from Austria.
Sunday - Team Jumping
The Slovenian team won the team competition at the Ski Flying World Championships in Vikersund. Domen Prevc, Peter Prevc, Timi Zajc and Anze Lanisek dominated the competition in good conditions from the very beginning and took a clear and never threatened victory ahead of the quartet from Germany. The Norwegians (Johann Andre Forfang, Daniel Andre Tande, Halvor Egner Granerud, Marius Lindvik) fought for bronze against the team from Austria until the last jump. However, individual world champion Marius Lindvik was better than Stefan Kraft and secured the bronze medal for the hosts. Austria finished fourth, 6.9 points behind Norway.go back
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For the end of the season in ski jumping two individual competitions and one team competition were on the program in Planica. Under difficult weather conditions the Austrians and Slovenians were the ones who managed to finish the season in the best way.
On the second last competition weekend of the season Austria secured the title in the team event in Lahti. In the individual event, which was concluded after the first round due to difficult wind conditions, Ryoyu Kobayashi triumphed ahead of Stefan Kraft and Karl Geiger.