Karolina Indrackova won the Tuesday FIS Cup competition at the Skalite hill (HS104) in Szczyrk, Poland. The Czech athlete triumphed with jumps of 98.5 and 95 meters. The second place was taken by the Slovenian Nika Vetrih (97.5 and 98 meters), and the third was Pole Kamila Karpiel (95 and 94.5 meters).
Karolina Indrackova was already the leader after the first round. The Czech ski jumper soared 98.5 meters and was 7.3 points ahead of Kamila Karpiel (95 m) and 7.5 points ahead of Nika Vetrih (97.5 m). Just behind the top three athletes were Klara Ulrichova (95.5 m), Nika Prevc (92 m) and Jerneja Repinc Zupancic (92 m).
In the final round, Karolina Indrackova landed on 95 meters and triumphed on the Skalite hill with an advantage of 1.3 points over Nika Vetrih (98 m). Kamila Karpiel reached the lowest step of the podium with a jump of 94.5 meters. The fourth was Klara Ulrichova (94 m), the fifth was Jerneja Repinc Zupancic (90 m), and the sixth was Anna Twardosz (94.5 m).
Tuesday’s competition was played entirely on the startgate no. 14.
The leader of FIS Cup overall standings is Julia Clair (180 points), ahead of Josephine Pagnier (160 points) and Lara Malsiner (140 points).
The second event in Szczyrk is scheduled for Wednesday. The competition starts at 10:15 CET. The trial round will begin half an hour earlier.