Kobayashi touches the sky of Oberstdorf

Ryoyu kobayashi He returned to show his best version to win in Oberstdorf (Germany) and become the first leader of the Four Trampolines. The Japanese, the last jumper to achieve the Grand Slam (winning in all four appointments), touched almost perfection in the second round, when he was able to reach 141 meters (close to the Petersen record, 143.5) and achieve a note reception of 19, which took him up to 302 points. Behind, the Norwegian navy, with Granerud (299.2), Johansson (298.6) and Lindvik (296.3) finishing second, third and fourth, respectively.

They all finished ahead of the local idol, Karl Geiger, nature of Oberstdorf and leader of the World Cup, who could not give victory to his compatriots, despite the fact that the test was held without the presence of the public, due to the restrictions of the pandemic. However, what he did achieve was a fifth place (295.9) that allows him to continue in the fight for the general classification of a competition that resumes on the 31st and the 1st with his most iconic test, the New Year’s at Garmisch Panterkirchen .

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