Norway won Saturday’s mixed team World Cup competition at Trambulina Valea Carbunarii (HS97) in Rasnov. Slovenia went second and Austria came third.
The Norwegians and the Slovenes fought for the victory until the last jump. Ultimately, the competition was won by the Scandinavian team, consisting of: Maren Lundby, Daniel Andre Tande, Silje Opseth and Halvor Egner Granerud.
The Norwegians defeated the second Slovenia by 23.4 points. The runner-up team was represented by Nika Kriznar, Cene Prevc, Ema Klinec and Ziga Jelar.
The lowest step of the podium was taken by Austrians: Eva Pinkelnig, Daniel Tschofenig, Daniela Iraschko-Stolz and Manuel Fettner.
Japan finished fourth. Germany was ranked fifth, Russia was sixth, Poland seventh, and France eighth.
The hosts of the competition, Romania did not qualify for the second round and finished event on 9th place.
FIS World Cup is now taking a break for the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Oberstdorf. On February 25, women will fight in the individual competition at the normal hill.