Jernej Damjan (SLO)
Jernej Damjan (SLO)
Noriaki Kasai (JPN)
Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT)
Sara Takanashi (JPN), Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT), Carina Vogt (GER) (l-r)
Carina Vogt (GER)

DANIELA IRASCHKO-STOLZ CELEBRATES WORLD CUP SUCCESS IN PLANICA

25.01.2014
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Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT, Fischer) came back to top with her fourth ever World Cup win in today's event in Planica. Third went to Carina Vogt (GER, Fischer). Jernej Damjan (SLO, Fischer) made a podium result in World Cup event in Sapporo. Noriaki Kasai (JPN, Fischer) came in third.
First success one year after her cruciate knee ligament rupture
Just one year and 13 days after her ACL rupture Daniela Iraschko-Stolz underlined her clear ambitions with today's win in Planica. The Austrian scored the longest jumps in both rounds and left even the in each World Cup dominant Japanese Takanashi (JPN) behind. Third went to Carina Vogt who belongs to the medal candidates in Sochi. Yuki Ito (JPN, Fischer) was ranked fifth followed by Eva Logar (SLO, Fischer) and Irina Avvakumova (RUS, Fischer). Maren Lundby (NOR, Fischer) finished ninth.

Damjan found his shape

After he wasn't able to show good performances for years Jernej Damjan increased his shape on time before the Olympics and he even realised a podium finish behind his outstanding compatriot Peter Prevc (SLO). After jumps at 135.5 and 129 metres Damjan was round about 17 points behind the winner but also about five points ahead of third-placed Noriaki Kasai. With Robert Kranjec (SLO, Fischer) another Slovenian Finished within top4. Daiki Ito (JPN, Fischer) came in fifth followed by Andreas Kofler (AUT, Fischer). Jan Matura (CZE, Fischer) was ranked eighth.
HS134, Sapporo (JPN):
1. Peter Prevc
SLO 137 134.5 294.6
2. Jernej Damjan
SLO 135.5 129 277
3. Noriaki Kasai
JPN 132.5 129 272.1
4. Robert Kranjec
SLO 128 132.5 266.9
5. Daiki Ito
JPN 127.5 127.5 261.2
6. Andreas Kofler
AUT 132 122 260.5
7. Nejc Dežman
SLO 137 120.5 255.6
8. Jan Matura
CZE 127.5 125.5 254.3
8. Markus Eisenbichler
GER 134 127 254.3
8. Michael Neumayer
GER 130 126.5 254.3
11. Ronan Lamy Chappuis
FRA 134.5 122 253.6
12. Tomaz Naglic
SLO 132 121.5 252.1
13. Karl Geiger
GER 133.5 117.5 252
14. Manuel Fettner
AUT 131 123 251.5
15. Reruhi Shimizu
JPN 127 123.5 250.5
HS95, Planica (SLO):
1. Daniela Iraschko-Stolz
AUT 100 102.5 261.5
2. Sara Takanashi
JPN 97 98 249.3
3. Carina Vogt
GER 96 99 246.5
4. Ursa Bogataj
SLO 91.5 95 238.7
5. Yuki Ito
JPN 90 98 236.6
6. Eva Logar
SLO 91.5 94 232.6
7. Irina Avvakumova
RUS 94 96 229.7
8. Coline Mattel
FRA 91 94 229.5
9. Maren Lundby
NOR 88 95 226.6
10. Helena Olsson Smeby
NOR 90 93.5 225.6
11. Katja Pozun
SLO 88.5 93.5 225.5
12. Maja Vtic
SLO 87.5 95 224.4
13. Julia Clair
FRA 88 94 222.6
14. Spela Rogelj
SLO 87.5 91 220.1
15. Ulrike Gräßler
GER 88 92.5 218.8