Karl Geiger finished second in New Year ‘s Show | TIME ONLINE

    The Norwegian Marius Lindvik has New Year’s jumping in Garmisch-Partenkirchen at the
    Four Hills Tournament won. With his jump to 143.5 meters, he posed the
    ten year old hill record of the Swiss Simon Ammann.

    Best German ski jumper was in as at the start Oberstdorf Karl Geiger in second place.
    Under blue skies, he performed well in changing conditions
    and jumped 132 and 141.5 meters. Last year’s winner Ryōyū Kobayashi, who had won the first competition in Oberstdorf, came on the
    fourth place.

    second best
    Sportsman from the team of national coach Stefan Horngacher was Constantin Schmid in seventh place. Markus Eisenbichler came in tenth. In the overall standings, the top moved closer
    together. Kobayashi continues to lead Geiger, third place went to Poland’s Dawid Kubacki.

     his victory prevented Lindvik from setting a record. Kobayashi would have with one
     Success of being the first ski jumper to take part in the six competitions of the tour in Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
    Innsbruck and Bischofshofen successively decide for themselves.


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