Richard Freitag (GER), Andreas Kofler (AUT), Kamil Stoch (POL) (l-r)
Andreas Kofler (AUT)
Richard Freitag (GER)
Kamil Stoch (POL)

SIX FISCHER-EAGLES AHEAD AT NORMAL HILL IN LILLEHAMMER

03.12.2011
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Once again the Fischer-jumpers dominated a ski jumping competition this year. Six athletes with Fischer ski were ahead when Andreas Kofler (AUT, Fischer) celebrated his second victory this winter.

Six in a row
Only seventh place was not occupied by a Fischer-athlete in the top ten: Six jumpers with Fischer skis took the first six places at the normal hill in Lillehammer. Andreas Kofler was the best jumper again and secured his second victory due to a great jump at 105 metres. "Because of my back problems I
had to change my training over the last couple of months. That’s a challenge but also risky, but it seems I have found the right mix", Kofler said. "At the moment I’m having a good feeling and of course the victories give me a lot of self confidence. My first jump was perfect, and this was the foundation for the victory." In the final round Richard Freitag shortened the gap with a 103,5 metres-jump and cheered about his first World Cup podium. Kamil Stoch (POL) became third with a large gap ahead of the Czechs Roman Koudelka and Lukas Hlava. Gregor Schlierenzauer had a good jump in the final and improved from position 21 to six.  Vladimir Zografski (BUL), Simon Ammann (SUI) and Jernej Damjan (SLO) finished eight to ten.

Men HS100, Lillehammer (NOR):
1. Andreas Kofler
AUT 98 98 279,3
2. Richard Freitag
GER 103.5 103.5 273,3
3. Kamil Stoch
POL 96 96 249,6
4. Roman Koudelka
CZE 92 92 248,5
5. Lukas Hlava
CZE 89.5 89.5 246,8
6. Gregor Schlierenzauer
AUT 92.5 92.5 239,3
7. Anssi Koivuranta
FIN 93 93 239,0
8. Vladimir Zografski
BUL 89.5 89.5 236,2
9. Simon Ammann
SUI 91.5 91.5 235,0
10. Jernej Damjan
SLO 82.5 82.5 233,7
11. Piotr Zyla
POL 89 89 231,5
12. Thomas Morgenstern
AUT 87.5 87.5 231,4
13. Maximilian Mechler
GER 85 85 230,6
14. Taku Takeuchi
JPN 85.5 85.5 226,3
15. Anders Bardal
NOR 88.5 88.5 226,2