Mariia Iakovleva from Russia with a result of 94.5 meters was the winner of the Sunday’s FIS Cup competition at the Tehvandi hill (HS97) in Otepaa. The final round cancelled due to the difficult wind conditions.
The Sunday competition in Estonia struggled with the problem of too strong gusts of wind. For this reason, the competition was interrupted many times, and the first round with the participation of 21 athletes lasted over an hour. Eventually, the final round was cancelled.
The victory went to Mariia Iakovleva. The leader of the FIS Cup series reached 94.5 meters and defeated Bing Dong from China (84 m) by 15 points. The third was Jenny Rautionaho from Finland (79.5 m) ahead of Liangyao Wang (84 m), Elizaveta Mokhova (79.5 m) and Ping Zeng (81.5 m).
The next FIS Cup competitions will be held in less than two weeks, July 15-16 on the Puijo hill (HS100) in Kuopio, Finland.