Four hills winner Ryōyū Kobayashi secures his first World Cup victory of the 2023/24 season in Wisla.
The first edition of the PolSKI Tour kicked off on Friday with the qualification in Wisla, Poland. Jumping will take place at three venues (Wisla, Szczyrk and Zakopane).
Slovenia's Anže Lanišek won the qualification for the individual competition, which took place on Sunday, ahead of Germany's Andreas Wellinger and his Lanišek's compatriot Lovro Kos.
Saturday - Team competition
Two jumpers from each nation competed in the Super Team competition on Saturday. The winning nation was determined in a total of three rounds.
There was a clear victory for the winner of the qualification and the third-placed of the previous day: Anže Lanišek and Lovro Kos secured victory for Slovenia with 753.3 points.
Austria, who competed with Manuel Fettner and Jan Hörl, finished in second place (711.0 points). Third place went to the two Germans Stephan Leyhe and Andreas Wellinger (709.0 points). Wellinger set a new hill record in the second round with an impressive jump of 144.5 meters.
Sunday - Individual jumping
In the individual competition on Sunday, the winner of the 72nd Four Hills Tournament was at the top. Japan's Ryōyū Kobayashi won with 269.4 points ahead of Austria's Stefan Kraft (264.3 points) and Germany's Andreas Wellinger (262.4 points). For the overall World Cup leader Stefan Kraft, this is the 108th podium finish of his career. He thus equals the record of Finland's Janne Ahonen.
The jumpers will continue on Tuesday with the qualification for the individual competition on Wednesday in Szczyrk.go back
Two individual competitions were on the schedule at the World Cup in Japan. In the end, the Austrian and the Slovenian secured victory.
Lovro Kos and Stefan Kraft both won the individual competitions in the USA. In the Super Team competition, the Austrians won just ahead of Germany.