Jernej Damjan (SLO)
Robert Kranjec (SLO)
Michael Neumayer (GER)
Andreas Kofler (AUT)
Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT)
Sara Takanashi (JPN), Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT), Carina Vogt (GER) (l-r)
Carina Vogt (GER)

JERNEJ DAMJAN AND DANIELA IRASCHKO CELEBRATE VICTORIES IN SKIJUMPING WORLD CUP

26.01.2014
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Jernej Damjan (SLO, Fischer) celebrated his first carreer's World Cup victory at skijumping World Cup in Sapporo. Slovenia's jumper swept the podium with Robert Kranjec (SLO, Fischer) finishing third. Female skijumpers competed in Slovenian Planica, Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT, Fischer) succeeded again after yesterday's win, Carina Vogt (GER, Fischer) finished third once again.
First success at the age of 30
Aged 30 the Slovenian is on top of the world for the first time: Jernej Damjan celebrated a tight success with jumps at 138 and 134 metres just 0.6 points ahead of his team mates who shapred the podium with him. Robert Kranjec came in third, just 1.7 points behind winning Damjan. Michael Neumayer (GER, Fischer) shortly missed the podium in a close compatition finishing fourth. Andreas Kofler (AUT, Fischer), co-leader along with Jan Matura (CZE, Fischer) after setting a new hill record in the first round, dropped back in the final to fifth spot. The Czech came in seventh behind Noriaki Kasai (JPN, Fischer). His compatriot Daiki Ito (JPN, Fischer) finished tenth.

Same podium as yesterday
As yesterday Daniela Iraschko-Stolz, Sara Takanashi (JPN) and Carina Vogt arranged the podium spot among themselves and repeated yesterday's result. Once again Iraschko hit yesterdays hill record with jumping 102.5 metres in the first round, in the final she jumped one metre less. Carina Vogt was 8.5 points behind the winner after jumping 100 and 99 metres. Yuki Ito (JPN, Fischer) and Maja Vtic (SLO, Fischer) came in fourth and fifth, several points behind the podium. Maren Lundby (NOR, Fischer) finished sixth, Julia Clair (FRA, Fischer) tenth.
HS134, Sapporo (JPN):
1. Jernej Damjan
SLO 138 134 255
2. Peter Prevc
SLO 124 137.5 254.4
3. Robert Kranjec
SLO 126 137 253.3
4. Michael Neumayer
GER 133.5 134 249.8
5. Andreas Kofler
AUT 140 130 246.9
6. Noriaki Kasai
JPN 123.5 133 245.2
7. Jan Matura
CZE 131.5 127 243
8. Markus Eisenbichler
GER 130 132.5 241.3
9. Nejc Dežman
SLO 131 129 236.3
10. Daiki Ito
JPN 128.5 125 230.1
11. Reruhi Shimizu
JPN 127 125.5 229
12. Karl Geiger
GER 127 121.5 228.9
13. Yuta Watase
JPN 126 129.5 228.8
14. Taku Takeuchi
JPN 124.5 124.5 226.6
15. Danny Queck
GER 127 120 224.7
HS95, Planica (SLO):
1. Daniela Iraschko-Stolz
AUT 102.5 101.5 249.8
2. Sara Takanashi
JPN 101.5 98.5 246.8
3. Carina Vogt
GER 100 99 241.3
4. Yuki Ito
JPN 96.5 97 233.7
5. Maja Vtic
SLO 98.5 96.5 233.3
6. Maren Lundby
NOR 97 96 231.3
7. Coline Mattel
FRA 98 95 228.3
8. Ursa Bogataj
SLO 99.5 95 227.4
9. Katja Pozun
SLO 97 94 219.4
10. Julia Clair
FRA 96 92.5 218.8
11. Spela Rogelj
SLO 93.5 94 215.7
12. Irina Avvakumova
RUS 98.5 91 215.1
13. Helena Olsson Smeby
NOR 94 93.5 213.1
14. Eva Logar
SLO 95 93 210
15. Ramona Straub
GER 91.5 91 209.7