FC in Einsiedeln: Sina Arnet’s maiden victory

28.08.2021 - FC Einsiedeln podium
28.08.2021 - FC Einsiedeln podium

Sina Arnet won the Saturday’s FIS Cup competition at the Andreas Kuettel Hill (HS117) in Einsiedeln, Switzerland. The 16-year-old athlete from the host nation triumphed with jumps of 102 m and 104.5 m. Julia Muehlbacher was second and Josephin Laue finished third.

Julia Muehlbacher showed the longest jump in the first round. The Austrian reached 103.5 meters, and was leading with an advantage of 0.8 points over the Swiss Sina Arnet (102 m). The top three was completed by German Josephin Laue (99.5 m), who was 8.7 points behind the leader.

Michelle Goebel (98 m) was ranked fourth, Emely Torazza (92.5 m) was fifth, and Martina Ambrosi (89.5 m) was sixth.

In the final, Sina Arnet successfully fought for the victory. The Swiss team triumphed with a result of 104.5 meters and with an advantage of 16.9 points over Julia Muehlbacher (96 m). The lowest step of the podium was taken by Josephin Laue (101 m).

Michelle Goebel (99.5 m) finished Saturday’s competition just behind the podium. Emely Torazza (99.5 m) was fifth, and Camilla Henni Comazzi (94.5 m) was ranked sixth.

Bing Dong (245 points) remained the leader of the FIS Cup overal standings, and Julia Muehlbacher was promoted to the second place (240 points). Birun Shao is third (205 points).

The second competition in Einsiedeln is scheduled for Sunday (12:30 CET).

Competition results >>