GP in Wisla: Kriznar takes a win

24.07.2022 - GP Wisla podium

Nika Kriznar won the Sunday competition of the FIS Grand Prix at the Adam Malysz hill (HS134) in Wisla. The Slovenian athlete jumped 129.5 m and 121 m. Ursa Bogataj finished second and Josephine Pagnier was third.

Nika Kriznar was already leading after first round, when she made the longest jump – 129.5 meters. The Slovene was 5.9 points ahead of French Josephine Pagnier (123 m) and 9.7 points over her teammate, Ursa Bogataj (121.5 m). Selina Freitag (123.5 m) was fourth, Taja Bodlaj (120 m) was fifth and Julia Clair (119.5 m) was sixth.

In the final, Nika Kriznar sealed the victory with a jump of 121 meters. Thus, the Slovene beat Ursa Bogataj (121.5 m) with a difference of 16.4 points. Josephine Pagnier (116 m) stood on the lowest step of the podium. Selina Freitag (115 m), Marita Kramer (117 m) and Katharina Althaus (122 m) were ranked just behind the TOP3.

Ursa Bogataj (180 points) retained the lead in the FIS Grand Prix overall standings, ahead of Nika Kriznar (160 points) and Marita Kramer (125 points).

Competition results >>