Yuki Ito (JPN)

    The Japanese has to wait a long time for the green traffic light. But the wait is worth it, with 88.5 meters she takes the lead!


    Daniela Haralambie (ROU)

    The competition is slowly picking up speed! Daniela Haralambie manages to go one and a half meters further and immediately puts in a good duel with Yuki Ito.


    Julia Clair (FRA)

    You also have to stop before Julia Clair jumps. With 84 meters, she makes the longest jump to date and clearly wins the duel with Jessica Malsiner.


    Jessica Malsiner (ITA)

    Malsiner manages two and a half meters further – but the wind has decreased significantly again.


    Jenny Rautionaho (FIN)

    The traffic light is red for a long time. Then Jenny Rautionaho is sent down with a strong tailwind, 79 meters is enough for her to take the lead in the adverse conditions.


    Ringo Miyajima (JPN)

    The really long jumps are of course not yet to be admired. Ringo Miyajima lines up just ahead of Wiegele.


    Hannah Wiegele (AUT)

    Not a good jump from the Austrian who finds herself in last place.


    Julia Kykkenen (FIN)

    Even stronger upwind, with a width of 83 meters. The Finn takes the lead thanks to strong jury ratings.


    Pauline Hessler (GER)

    Pauline Hessler jumps two meters further, but with a slight updraft. She stays behind Torazza!

    4:30 p.m

    Emily Torazza (SUI)

    The young Swiss jumper reaches 79 meters with a tailwind.


    It’s starting soon!

    The Swiss Emely Torazza starts right away, followed by Pauline Hessler.


    This is how Pinkelnig explains her wave of success

    “Honestly: I’m in the flow. By that I mean the whole package, because there is no one reason for this run. There are a lot of people behind the successes. The preparation in the summer, in which I was open to criticism and afterwards, was important worked on things that I didn’t enjoy much, but that helped me.”


    Peeing as good as through

    The experienced Austrian has the best chance of winning the tournament before the last competition. She is 23.3 points ahead of Anna Odine Ström, who was successful yesterday. Katharina Althaus, on the other hand, is already 36.2 points away but hopes to finish the tournament on the podium. Of course, the points are also counted in the World Cup ranking. For Althaus, it’s about not losing touch with Pinkelnig.


    Another wind lottery?

    The first competition in Ljubno was heavily influenced by the wind and the resulting interruptions. Luisa Görlich was able to benefit from this in particular and achieved her best career result with eighth place. For Selina Freitag, a place in the top ten would have been possible in terms of distance, but problems with the landing caused her to slip to eleventh place. Katharina Althaus was once again the best German with bronze, but will no longer be involved in the decision about the Golden Owl.


    Hello and welcome to the New Year’s tournament of women from Ljubno II HS 94! The live ticker begins in good time before the start.