January 7, 2018
Poland’s Kamil Stoch sealed his victory in the Four Hills Tournament today, after having won all four legs of the competition, only the second ski jumper to have achieved this (the first being the German Sven Hannawald in the 2001/02 season).
Stoch jumped 132.5 m and 137 m in Bischofshofen, to gain 275.6 points. Norway’s Anders Fannemel came in second, with jumps of 130.0 m and 139.0 m, and 272.4 pts, followed by Andreas Wellinger (GER, 129.0 m, 139.5 m, 270.5 pts), and Stefan Kraft (AUT, 130.5, 135.5 m, 268.6 pts), with Robert Johansson (127.0 m, 140.0 m, 268.2 pts) in fifth place. Peter Prevc was the highest placed Slovene jumper, finishing 8th, with jumps of 127.5 m and 131.5 m, and 253.8 pts.
Richard Freitag did not jump, after having injured his knee with a bad fall in Innsbruck, and thus the German lost his top place on the leaderboard for the FIS World Cup to Stoch, with the competitors now on 711 and 723 points, respectively.
The full results can be seen here.