FIS World Cup Wisla 2016: Roman Koudelka takes the win in Wisla

FIS World Cup Wisla 2016: Roman Koudelka takes the win in Wisla

AUTHOR: Anna Drob PUBLISHED AT: 05-03-2016
Roman Koudelka turned out to be the best during individual competition in Wisla. The Czech with the jumps on 127,5 m and 133 m and a total score of 269 points was on the first step of podium ahead of Norwegian Kenneth Gangnes and representative of Japan Noriaki Kasai.

The winning of Roman Koudelka was his best result in current winter season. Kenneth Gangnes landed at 127,5 m and 130 m and  was classified on the second place, only 1 point behind the Czech's athlete. Noriaki Kasai, who in the second round posted the longest jump of the day (134m) finnished third with a note of 264,5 points.

Johann Andre Forfang, who was the leader after the first round finally scored 262,8 and as a result missed the podium. The leader of the overall ranking Peter Prevc in the second round landed at 131,5 m and moved up from 12th to fifth place. The best German Severin Freund  came in sixth.

Among the host representatives the best shape showed Kamil Stoch, who with the jumps on 128 m and 128,5 m completed the Top 10. Besides Kamil Stoch, also Stefan Hula (16th), Piotr Żyla (15th), Maciej Kot (19th) and Dawid Kubacki (20th) presented a good performances in Wisla.

All competitors posted the jumps from the gate no. 10.

The second individual competition in Wisla starts on Saturday at 4 PM. The qualification round is planned for 2:30 PM.

Official results