Sara Takanashi won on Sunday in Hinzenbach on Sunday ahead of Daniela Iraschko-Stolz and Julia Kykkänen.
Sara Takanashi won also the second competition in Hinzenbach on Sunday. The 17-year old Japanese jumped 88.5 and 92.5 meters and so celebrated her 10th season win. “I am satisfied with this weekend. I hope, that I will be able to do my best at the Olympics”, she said.
Daniela Iraschko-Stolz from Austria, jumped 89.0 meters twice and so came second. After the first round she was in the lead, but finally she scored 6.8 points less than Takanashi.
Julia Kykkänen from Finland took the third place by jumping 86.5 and 88.5 meters. This is the first World Cup podium in her career.
Yesterday’s third Maja Vtic from Slovenia came fourth today with a pair of jumps of 92.0 and 86.0 meters. Germany’s Carina Vogt, who jumped 88.5 and 85.0 meters, took the fifth place ahead of Yuki Ito. The Japanese 85.0 and 85.5 meters. Places seven and eight were taken by Eva Logar from Slovenia (84.5 and 85.5 m) and Irina Avvakumova from Russia (85.5 and 86.0 m). Anna Häfele from Germany came ninth with jumps of 86.5 and 83.0 meters. This is her first World Cup top-ten result.
Takanashi has now 1220 points in the overall World Cup. Vogt on the second place has a score of 761, Iraschko-Stolz on third has 682 points. The World Cup continues after the Olympic Games, on March 1st and 2nd. Then two competitions will be held in Rasnov, Romania.
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