Halvor Egner Granerud wins the first qualification of the 71st Four-Hills-Tournament. The Norwegian is ahead of the overall World Cup leaders Dawid Kubacki and Timi Zajc from Slovenia at the top of the tour opener.
Finally the time has come again - the Four Hills Tournament has opened in its 71st edition! In front of an incredible 16,000 spectators, Norway's Halvor Egner Granerud prevailed with a jump of 133.5 meters and won the first qualification bonus of 3,000 Swiss francs. The current overall World Cup leader Dawid Kubacki placed second. The Pole jumped to 132.0 meters and was thus 8.9 points behind Granerud. Third went to Timi Zajc from Slovenia, who also jumped 133.5 meters, the same distance as the winner, but had to accept deductions in the points. He was 13.8 points behind the winner. The first qualification of the tour was disappointing for Austria's Stefan Kraft. The Austrian eagle jumped only 109.5 meters and has to prove himself in the knockout duel against local hero Karl Geiger (7th).go back
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Only one week after the furious final of the 71st Four Hills Tournament the next World Cup weekend of the ski jumping season took place in Zakopane, Poland. Tour winner Granerud continued his winning streak.
Halvor Egner Granerud is crowned king of the 2022/23 Four Hills Tournament. The Norwegian wins the winter sports highlight with a lead of 33.0 points ahead of Dawid Kubacki from Poland and Anze Lanisek from Slovenia.