After two wins on Friday and Saturday (Team), Stefan Kraft was on the podium in Lahti for the third time in a row. “It was a perfect weekend for me. I always enjoy jumping here, it’s a magical place for me. We will go directly to Norway now for the RAW AIR, then we have the Ski Flying World Championships in Vikersund, there’s still a lot to do this season and I’m happy that I’m in good shape”, he said.
Ulrich Wohlgenannt of Austria was fourth today and achieved his third top result this weekend: Sixth on Friday, a win with the team of Saturday, and fourth today in the final event in Lahti were a lot of reasons to celebrate for Wohlgenannt. It was an amazing weekend for the 27-year-old.
Only 0.1 points behind Wohlgenannt, Karl Geiger was fifth this evening, Manuel Fettner, Dawid Kubacki, and Markus Eisenbichler came in sixth, seventh, and eight. After his strong performance in yesterday’s team competition, Ziga Jelar presented himself in great shape again, he was the best Slovene in ninth. Cene Prevc finished tenth.
Ryoyu Kobayashi now took the lead in the overall World Cup again with 1322 points, Geiger is second with 1279 points, and Granerud third (1090 points).
The World Cup already continues on Wednesday (qualification) and Thursday (competition) in Lillehammer (NOR) with the first event of the RAW AIR Tour.