The competition in Willingen as part of the Ski Jumping World Cup has come to an end. In Saturday’s event, Johann Andre Forfang triumphed, reaching 155.5 meters in the second round.
In Sunday’s competition, German jumper Andreas Wellinger came out on top. Aleksander Zniszczoł showed a fantastic performance over the weekend, but unfortunately, he fell short in both attempts.
It seemed that on Sunday, Thurnbichler’s protege could win the competition because he led by a large margin after the first round, but he ended up finishing in the eighth position, just like on Saturday. “I can only say one thing: Olek, congratulations.
It was a great weekend for Olek, who is becoming our leader. It was good at the start, but then it was a bit unstable.
Also, when it comes to the wind,” the coach began. The Austrian also commented on the competitions in Lake Placid.
“We don’t know yet. We would like the whole team to fly to Lake Placid.
But we will make a decision no later than tomorrow, the day after tomorrow,” he concluded.