Michaela Dolezelova won both FIS-Cup competitions in Frenstat pod Radhostem.
Two FIS-Cup competitions were held this weekend on the K95 hill in Frenstat pod Radhostem, Czech Rebublic.13 jumpers from Poland, Slovenia, Germany, China and the Czech Republic attended these competitions. Winner on both days came local heroine Michaela Dolezelova.
She won the first competition on Friday with a pair of jumps of 90.5 and 95.5 meters ahead of Ursa Bogataj from Slovenia, who jumped 88.5 and 93.0 meters. With Spela Rogelj another Slovenian followed on place three. She jumped 88.0 and 90.5 meters. Places four to six were taken by Vladena Pustkova (82.5 and 91.5 m) and Lucie Mikova (97.0 and 85.5 m), both from the Czech Republic and China’s Tong Ma (77.0 and 75.0 m).
The result of the second competition on Saturday is almost similar to the one of the day before. This time Dolezelova won with jumps of 92.5 and 91.0 meters. Bogataj jumped 88.0 and 93.5 meters, Rogelj 88.0 and 92.0 meters. Pustkova came again forth by jumping 90.0 and 89.5 meters, Mikova fifth with jumps of 84.5 and 86.0 meters. This day Tong Ma was disqualified for an irregular suit, and so Lucienne Höppner from Germany came sixth with jumps of 79.0 and 83.0 meters.
The next competitions of the FIS-Cup series will be held in four weeks in Rasnov, Romania.