Andreas Kofler (AUT), Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT), Daiki Ito (JPN) (l-r)
Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)
Andreas Kofler (AUT)
Daiki Ito


Gregor Schierenzauer (AUT, Fischer) celebrated victory again. After his success in Oberstdorf he won in Garmisch ahead of Andreas Kofler (AUT, Fischer) and Daiki Ito (JPN, Fischer).
In the footsteps of  Sven Hannawald
Is it possible for Gregor Schlierenzauer to win every competition in Four-Hills-Tournament? It seems so after his success today. Gregor Schlierenzauer showed a great performance in Garmisch again and secured victory with a round about four points margin ahead of Andreas Kofler. Daiki Ito was less than one point behind in final result. The Japanese had two phantastic jumps but in both rounds he had problems with the landing.

Stoch and Takeuchi tied for fourth place
After two jumps Kamil Stoch (POL, Fischer) and Taku Takeuchi (JPN, Fischer) were tied for fourth place by a hair's breadth behind the podium. Thomas Morgenstern (AUT, Fischer) was only 6,6 points behind Schlierenzauer and finished sixth. Severin Freund (GER, Fischer) lost a few positions in the final round and was ranked seventh ahead of Roman Koudelka (CZE, Fischer), Anders Bardal (NOR, Fischer) and Simon Ammann (SUI, Fischer).
Four-Hills-Tournament, Garmisch (GER):
1. Gregor Schlierenzauer
AUT 134 134 274,5
2. Andreas Kofler
AUT 137.5 137.5 270,4
3. Daiki Ito
JPN 141.5 141.5 269,6
4. Taku Takeuchi
JPN 140 140 268,0
4. Kamil Stoch
POL 137.5 137.5 268,0
6. Thomas Morgenstern
AUT 136.5 136.5 267,9
7. Severin Freund
GER 130.5 130.5 262,2
8. Roman Koudelka
CZE 135.5 135.5 262,1
9. Anders Bardal
NOR 131.5 131.5 256,1
10. Simon Ammann
SUI 129.5 129.5 255,0
11. Rune Velta
NOR 132.5 132.5 253,5
12. Martin Koch
AUT 131 131 252,4
13. Lukas Hlava
CZE 135 135 251,8
14. Jure Sinkovec
SLO 130 130 251,6
15. Denis Kornilov
RUS 128 128 247,0