Piotr Zyla (POL), Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)
Robert Kranjec (SLO)
Kamil Stoch (POL)
Holmenkollen
Jacqueline Seifriedsberger (AUT)
Jacqueline Seifriedsberger (AUT)

SCHLIERENZAUER AND ZYLA BOTH WIN AT HOLMENKOLLEN

17.03.2013
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Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT, Fischer) and Piotr Zyla (POL, Fischer) were tied for victory at skijumping World Cup at Holmenkollen. Third went to Robert Kranjec (SLo, Fischer).
Schlierenzauer and Zyla were equal
Last competition at Nordic World Cup weekend at Holmenkollen ended with two winners. Gregor Schlierenzauer and Piotr Zyla, fourth and third after the first round, were tied for victory after 135 and 133,5 metres in the final round. Both edged out first round's leader Robert Kranjec from Slovenia and left him 3.3 points behind. As well Zylas compatriot Kamil Stoch (POL, Fischer), runner-up after the first round was beaten by them and dropped back to fourth spot after poor 121 metres. Anders Bardal (NOR, Fischer) and Michael Neumayer (GER, Fischer) finished seventh and eighth followed by Norwegians Tom Hilde and Andreas Stjernen (both NOR, Fischer).


Seifriedsberger made a podium again
For the eighth time in a row Jacqueline Seifriedsberger (AUT, Fischer) made a podium in ladies' skijumping World Cup individual event. As well in the last competiton of ladies' season at Holmenkollen long hill in Oslo the Austrian showed a good performance but was beaten again by the outstanding skijumpers during the whole winter, Sarah Hendrickson (USA) and Sara Takanashi (JPN)almost 30 points behind them. Sixth went to Carina Vogt (GER, Fischer), local hero Anette Sagen (NOR, Fischer) came in eighth. Jessica Jerome (USA, Fischer) was ranked tenth.


HS134 Herren, Oslo (NOR):
1. Gregor Schlierenzauer
AUT 134.5 135 270.1
1. Piotr Zyla
POL 135.5 133.5 270.1
3. Robert Kranjec
SLO 134 126 266.8
4. Kamil Stoch
POL 132 121 260
5. Anders Jacobsen
NOR 128.5 130.5 259
6. Wolfgang Loitzl
AUT 130 128.5 254.1
7. Anders Bardal
NOR 129.5 129 254
8. Michael Neumayer
GER 129 128.5 253.5
9. Tom Hilde
NOR 139 124 252.1
10. Andreas Stjernen
NOR 132.5 124 250.5
11. Maciej Kot
POL 131.5 127 250.4
12. Noriaki Kasai
JPN 128.5 127 248.8
13. Severin Freund
GER 124.5 127.5 248.2
14. Dimitry Vassiliev
RUS 136 123.5 245.6
15. Jan Matura
CZE 130.5 123 245.2
15. Peter Prevc
SLO 120.5 127.5 245.2
HS134 Damen, Oslo (NOR):
1. Sarah Hendrickson
USA 133.5 129 262.8
2. Sara Takanashi
JPN 134 133.5 260.8
3. Jacqueline Seifriedsberger
AUT 123.5 125.5 233.9
4. Coline Mattel
FRA 120.5 124 221.5
5. Elena Runggaldier
ITA 124.5 116.5 217.4
6. Carina Vogt
GER 124 122.5 216.1
7. Lindsey Van
USA 122.5 118 215.4
8. Anette Sagen
NOR 119 123.5 215.3
9. Katja Pozun
SLO 125 113.5 206.6
10. Jessica Jerome
USA 121 112.5 205.8
11. Yuki Ito
JPN 113 122.5 199
12. Atsuko Tanaka
CAN 118 118 198.1
13. Eva Logar
SLO 114 119.5 193.1
14. Alexandra Pretorius
CAN 115 119.5 191.1
15. Ursa Bogataj
SLO 117 118.5 190