She was unstoppable in Frenstat. Nika Kriznar is the winner of Saturday’s FIS Grand Prix competition at the Areal Horecky hill (HS106). The Slovenian athlete jumped 97.5 and 97 meters. Second place went to Marita Kramer from Austria, who lost more than 30 points to Kriznar. Ema Klinec finished third.
Two days of rivalry in Frenstat turned out to be the one man show. Nika Kriznar was the best athlete of all rounds. She confirmed her superiority over her rivals at Saturday’s competitions. The representative of Slovenia jumped 97.5 and 97 meters and became the winner with a spectacular advantage of 30.7 points on second Marita Kramer (95 – 93 m). The podium squad was completed by Ema Klinec (90.5 – 89.5 m).
Saturday in Frenstat was a good day for the French team. Julia Clair and Josephine Pagnier finished on the 4th and 5th place. It was also a successful event for Kinga Rajda from Poland, who was sixth. It’s the best result of any female Polish ski jumper in the history of FIS Grand Prix.
The undisputed best team of the day was Slovenia, which took half of the TOP10 places in the competition. Apart from the mentioned Kriznar and Klinec, Spela Rogelj finished 7th, Jerneja Brecl was 8th and Katra Komar was 9th. The TOP10 was completed by the athlete of host nation, Karolina Indrackova.