Immediately after the ski jumping of the men had ended, when the last glimmer of light had disappeared behind the mountains, the tailwind for training of the women significantly freshed up and also blew heavily and constantly from behind in the competition. The conditions were less changeable than in the men's competition, but not all athletes coped with such a strong tailwind. Because of the wind, the last two jumpers of the first round, Maren Lundby and Chiara Hölzl (AUT, Fischer) had to wait almost 20 minutes before they could jump. For the Norwegian, this ended on fourth place at halftime in front of her mother's eyes on her home hill. The Austrian would have ranked similarly, but lost her balance in the outrun just before the fall line and was only ninth after the first jump. The final was then overshadowed by another crash that didn't turn out so lightly. Nika Kriznar (SLO, Fischer) cheered for a great jump to 119.5 meters, but then slipped away when swishing to a halt and crashed into the advertising board with the built-in LED result panel. The Slovenian was brought out of the stadium with the stretcher; nothing is known about her injuries. The sovereign RAW AIR leader after her clear qualification victory in Oslo wanted to show it to everyone again in the final on her home hill and in fact Maren Lundby showed a long jump to 123.5 meters, which she brought to second place behind Sara Takanashi (JPN). Her teammate Silje Opseth lost a place, but cheered loudly for the first podium in her career. Katharina Althaus (GER, Fischer) was strong fourth ahead of the injured Nika Kriznar. Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT, Fischer) finished eighth ahead of Chiara Hölzl, who could not improve in the final. Lara Malsiner (ITA, Fischer) was ranked tenth.
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