Marita Kramer won Saturday's FIS World Cup competition at the Hochfirstschanze (HS142) in Titisee-Neustadt. The Austrian athlete jumped at 131.5 and 135 meters. Silje Opseth was second and Ema Klinec was third. Marita Kramer was already in the lead at the halfway point of the competition, when she soared 131.5 meters at the first round. The World Cup leader was ...

Eirin Maria Kvandal reached her first victory in the FIS World Cup. The Norwegian triumphed in the Sunday competition in Ljubno (HS94) with jumps of 92 m and 89 m. The second place went to Ema Klinec (Slovenia) and the third to Marita Kramer (Austria). After the first round, Ema Klinec was in the lead. The host athlete soared 94 ...

Slovenia won the Saturday World Cup team competition in Ljubno (HS94). Norway was second and Austria was third. The record amount of 13 teams competed in this event. The Slovenian team was already in the lead after the first round. Ultimately, Ema Klinec, Spela Rogelj, Ursa Botagaj and Nika Kriznar beat Norway by 17.9 points. The Austrians were third, with ...

Nika Vetrih won the Wednesday FIS Cup competition on the Skalite hill (HS104) in Szczyrk. The Slovene triumphed thanks to jumps at 96 and 101.5 meters. The second place was taken by the Czech Klara Ulrichova, and the third place by the Slovenian Jerneja Repinc Zupancic. The leader after first round was Karolina Indrackova. The winner of the Tuesday competition ...

Karolina Indrackova won the Tuesday FIS Cup competition at the Skalite hill (HS104) in Szczyrk, Poland. The Czech athlete triumphed with jumps of 98.5 and 95 meters. The second place was taken by the Slovenian Nika Vetrih (97.5 and 98 meters), and the third was Pole Kamila Karpiel (95 and 94.5 meters). Karolina Indrackova was already the leader after the ...

Marita Kramer became the winner of the inaugural World Cup competition in Ramsau (HS98). The Austrian athlete reached in her jumps 94 and 96 meters. The winner's final jump is a new women's hill record. Nika Kriznar was second and Sara Takanashi was third. In the first round, Marita Kramer did the farthest jump. The main favorite of the competition ...

Josephine Pagnier won the Saturday FIS Cup competition in Kandersteg (HS106). In the first round, the French athlete reached 107 meters, setting a new hill record. In the final, she landed at 103 meters. Julia Clair (101.5 m and 101 m) was second and Lara Malsiner (102 m and 98.5 m) was third. In the first round, Josephine Pagnier jumped ...

Julia Clair won the inaugural FIS Cup competition of the 2020-2021 season in Kandersteg (HS106). The French athlete showed jumps of 102.5 m and 96 m. The second place went to Lara Malsiner (96 m and 91.5 m), and the third to Josephine Pagnier (93.5 m and 93 m). Julia Clair took the lead in the leaderboard after the first ...