Marita Kramer won the FIS World Cup competition in Ramsau (HS98). The leader of overall standings won with jumps of 92 m and 90 m. Katharina Althaus was second and Ursa Bogataj finished third.
Marita Kramer was already the leader after the first round. The World Cup leader landed at 92 meters and overtook Marita Kramer (88.5 m) by 7.7 points and Ursa Bogataj (90 m) by 9.4 points. The fourth was Sara Takanashi (90.5 m), the fifth was Ema Klinec (88.5 m), and the sixth was Nika Kriznar (93.5 m).
The list of top ten of the round was completed by Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (87 m) with Eva Pinkelnig (86 m), Yuka Seto (89.5 m) and Frida Westman (93 m).
In the final, Marita Kramer sealed the victory with a jump of 90 meters. The Austrian defeated Katharina Althaus (90 m) by 4.1 points and Ursa Bogataj (89 m) by 7.7 points. Sara Takanashi (88 m) and Ema Klinec (84.5 m) finished just behind the podium.
The sixth place was taken together by Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (90.5 m) and Nika Kriznar (96 m). Eighth was Eva Pinkelnig (84 m), ninth was Thea Minyan Bjoerseth (83 m) and tenth was Yuka Seto (83 m).
Thanks to today’s win, Marita Kramer (630 points) strengthened her lead in the World Cup. Katharina Althaus is second (461 points) and Ursa Bogataj is third (395 points).
Now the best ski jumpers in the world are starting the Christmas break. On December 31, 2021 and January 1, 2022, the first edition of the New Year’s Eve Tournament will be held at the ski jump in Ljubno, Slovenia (HS94).