In the first training session they jumped to the best David Kubaki And Pyotr Yes. They both landed at 101 meters. This gave them sixth and ninth place respectively. Kamil Stoch He was 14th (98m), Jacob Walney 18th (101.5m), Andrzej Stegana 26th (98m), and Clemens Muraska 40th (94.5m).
Excellent in German training
குபாக்கி, Shia and Stosh jumped from the eleventh beam, muttered from the twelfth, and Wolney and Muraka from the thirteenth. Marcus Eisenhower won the first training session. The German overtook two Norwegians by 104.5 meters: Marius Lindwick (106.5 meters) and Robert Johansson (103.5 meters).
In the second training session, almost all the best jumpers jumped from the twelfth beam, and Eisenfichler won again at 101.5 meters. Slovenian Anse Lonisek finished second and World Cup captain Norway’s Holver Egner Granerut took third.
At the poles, he did his best again David Kubaki (98.5 meters) It was seventh. Right behind him Kamil Stoch (97.5 m). Pyotr Shia 12th (98.5m), Jacob Walney 21st (96m), Andrzej Stokana 34th (93m), Clemens Muraka 40th (92.5m).