Marita Kramer won the Sunday’s FIS World Cup competition at the Hochfirstschanze (HS142) in Titisee-Neustadt. The overall standings leader triumphed with jumps of 137.5 and 135 meters. Sara Takanashi was second and Silje Opseth was third.
Marita Kramer (137.5 m) was already leading after the first round, when she was ahead of Sarah Takanashi (136.5 m) and Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (132.5 m). Maren Lundby (132 m), Sophie Sorschag (133.5 m) and Eirin Maria Kvandal (132.5 m) were right behind the best three athletes.
The list of top ten athletes of 1st round was completed by Nika Kriznar (129.5 m), Silje Opseth (137 m), Ema Klinec (129.5 m) and Jerneja Brecl (131 m).
In the final round, Marita Kramer reached 135 meters and took her second victory in Titisee-Neustadt with an advantage of 2.2 points over Sarah Takanashi (134.5 m). The third place went to Silje Opseth (133 m), followed by Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (129 m), Ema Klinec (132.5 m) and Nika Kriznar (131 m).
Sophie Sorschag (129.5 m) was seventh, Maren Lundby (126 m) was eighth, Yuki Ito (129 m) was ninth and Jerneja Brecl (128.5 m) was tenth.
Thanks to the victory, Marita Kramer (360 points) is on the safe lead in the overall ranking of the FIS World Cup. Sara Takanashi is second (226 points) and Nika Kriznar takes third place (191 points).
The next FIS World Cup events will take place in next week, February 5-7 in Hinzenbach (HS90), where three individual competitions are scheduled.