Nordic

Norway dominates team skijump of the RAW AIR series

At the start of the RAW AIR series, a team competition was held on the Oslo Holmenkollen, which the Norwegians won. Germany came in second, ahead of Slovenia.

After yesterday's qualification for the first individual ski jumping of RAW AIR on Sunday went to Constantin Schmid (GER), Norway's Johann Andre Forfang (NOR), Robert Johansson (NOR), Daniel Andre Tande (NOR) and Marius Lindvik (NOR) dominated today in front of empty grand stands. While cross-country skiers and nordic combined athletes could still enjoy some spectator support on the track, the Holmenkollen ski jumping arena was eerily quiet. After the first round, the Norwegians were already leading with eight points, in the final they gained a few more points against the German team. Nevertheless, Constantin Schmid, Pius Paschke (GER, Fischer), Stephan Leyhe (GER) and Karl Geiger (GER, Fischer) were happy about the second place, so that Schmid was able to defend his lead in the RAW AIR classification. Only six points behind the German quartet, the Slovenians Ziga Jelar (SLO, Fischer), Timi Zajc (SLO), Anze Lanisek (SLO) and Peter Prevc (SLO, Fischer) took third place after being only fifth after the first round. The Poles Piotr Zyla (POL), Maciej Kot (POL), Kamil Stoch (POL, Fischer) and Dawid Kubacki (POL) took fourth place ahead of the Japanese Keiichi Sato (JPN, Fischer), Junshiro Kobayashi (JPN), Yukiya Sato (JPN) and Ryoyu Kobayashi (JPN).

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