Emma Chervet became the winner of Saturday’s FIS Cup competition in Kandersteg (HS106). The French athlete won with jumps of 91.5 m and 99.5 m. Sina Arnet was second and Anna-Fay Scharfenberg was third.
In the first round, Emma Chervet made the farthest jump. The French gained 91.5 meters and was leading with an advantage of 7.7 points over Emely Torazza (88.5 m). Sina Arnet (87.5 m) was third.
Right behind the top three were Lia Boehme (87 m), Anna-Fay Scharfenberg (87.5 m) and Lexane Durand Poudret (85.5 m).
In the final, Emma Chervet achieved a distance of 99.5 meters and triumphed with an advantage of 13.4 points over Sina Arnet (94.5 m). On the lowest step of the podium was Anna-Fay Scharfenberg (93 m).
Emely Torazza (91.5 m) took the fourth place. Lexane Durand Poudret (91.5 m) was fifth and Martina Ambrosi (91.5 m) was sixth.
Julia Muehlbacher and Peng Qingyue are invariably leading in the FIS Cup overall standings (373 points each). Sina Arnet is third (348 points).
The next FIS Cup competitions will be held on January 29-30, 2022 in Zakopane (HS105).