The last day of competition was also full of real statement performances on the jumping hill. Sara Marita Kramer of Austria set a new hill record of 146.5 meters (480.6 ft) in taking her seventh win of the season and third place in the Overall World Cup. The 20l21 winner’s large crystal globe was taken home by Slovenia’s Nika Kriznar. Fischer athletes impressed here, as well, placing seven in the top ten.
Germany’s Karl Geiger once again demonstrated the outstanding soaring prowess which earned him the world champion’s title in Ski Flying, as well as four world championships medals in Oberstdorf, as he claimed two finals victories in Planica and thus secured victory in the Ski Flying World Cup. Teammate, countryman, and fellow Fischer athlete Markus Eisenbichler stood next to him on the season’s final podium, finishing second in the Overall World Cup and third in the Ski Flying World Cup. Winner of the prestigious Four Hills Tournament, Kamil Stoch of Poland, was a strong third in the Overall.