Tinkara Komar won Saturday’s FIS Cup competition in Villach (HS98). The athlete from Slovenia won with jumps of 92 m and 87.5 m. Lia Boehme was second and Katharina Ellmauer was third.
Tinkara Komar was in the lead after the first round. The Slovene reached 92 meters and was ahead of Katharina Ellmauer (89 m) and Lia Boehme (89 m). Stepanka Ptackova (89.5 m) was fourth, Sahra Schuller (88 m) was fifth, and Zdenka Pesatova (89 m) was sixth tied with Jerica Jesenko (89.5 m).
In the final, Tinkara Komar sealed the victory with a jump of 87.5 meters. The Slovene turned out to be better than Lia Boehme (89 m) and Katharina Ellamuer (88.5 m). Stepanka Ptackova (85.5 m), Sahra Schuller (85 m) and Zdenka Pesatova (87.5 m) finished just behind the podium.
Julia Clair and Nika Vetrih lead together in the FIS Cup overall standins (180 points). Josephine Pagnier is third (160 points).
The second competition in Villach is scheduled for Sunday. The event starts at 9:00 (CET) and the trial round will begin half an hour earlier.