FIS GP Wisla 2016: Norway the best, Poland - 6th place

FIS GP Wisla 2016: Norway the best, Poland - 6th place

AUTHOR: Press Office PUBLISHED AT: 22-07-2016
Norwegians won the Summer Grand Prix in Wisla 2016 team competition. The second position took Slovenians, Germans the third. Contest for victory was very fierce...

After 7 series Slovenia (Jurij Tepes, Robert Kranjec, Jaka Hvala, Peter Prevc) was leading with Norway (Johann Andre Forfang, Tom Hilde, Joachim Hauer, Anders Fannemel) by 2 tenths of a point only. It was the time for big battle between Johann Andre Fannemel and Peter Prevc in last series. Norwegian 134.5 meters was better then 129 meters of Slovenian. Third position for Germany.

Polish team (Klemens Muranka, Dawid Kubacki, Kamil Stoch, Maciej Kot) took sixth place. It was the fifth Summer Grand Prix in Wisla team competition.  Poland won three previous team rivarly. On Sunday fans in Wisla will enjoy individual competition.

Full results SGP Wisla 2016 / TEAM COMPETITION

1.  NORWAY   NOR         910.2
    Forfang Johann Andre  1995            
    Hilde Tom  1987            
    Hauer Joachim  1991            
    Fannemel Anders  1991            
 2.  SLOVENIA   SLO         901.2
    Tepes Jurij  1989            
    Kranjec Robert  1981            
    Hvala Jaka  1993            
    Prevc Peter  1992            
 3.  GERMANY   GER         878.3
    Wank Andreas  1988            
    Geiger Karl  1993            
    Freitag Richard  1991            
    Wellinger Andreas  1995            
 4.  AUSTRIA   AUT         862.8
    Poppinger Manuel  1989            
    Aigner Clemens  1993            
    Hayboeck Michael  1991            
    Kraft Stefan  1993            
 5.  CZECH REPUBLIC   CZE         847.8
    Koudelka Roman  1989            
    Polasek Viktor  1997            
    Janda Jakub  1978            
    Hlava Lukas  1984            
 6.  POLAND   POL         831.8
    Muranka Klemens  1994            
    Kubacki Dawid  1990            
    Stoch Kamil  1987            
    Kot Maciej  1991            
 7.  JAPAN   JPN         784.5
    Harada Yumu  1990            
    Kobayashi Junshiro  1991            
    Sakuyama Kento  1990            
    Kobayashi Ryoyu  1996            
 8.  SWITZERLAND   SUI         749.7
    Peier Killian  1995            
    Egloff Luca  1995            
    Deschwanden Gregor  1991            
    Ammann Simon  1981            
 9.  FINLAND   FIN         337.8
    Larinto Ville  1990            
    Asikainen Lauri  1989            
    Olli Harri  1985            
    Maeaettae Jarkko  1994            
 10.  KAZAKHSTAN   KAZ         222.9
    Sokolenko Konstantin  1987            
    Tkachenko Sergey  1999            
    Zhaparov Marat  1985            
    Korolev Alexey  1987