Maciej Kot was the best in the first round after jump on 133.5 m. At the halfway second place occupied Norwegian Anders Fannemel (131 m), while a third was Germany's Andreas Wellinger, who landed on 126 m.
In the final series Maciej Kot proved that he is the best so far this summer. Nothing changed on the next two position. - I think today we were all afraid of the wind, which was not supposed to be, however, appeared on the hill. There was one big mystery. Fortunately, it did not disturb the run of the contest. You know, they were unlucky, they were lucky, but most of all the level of sports skills decided. From day to day I felt better here, because Thursday's jumps were not good. Friday's team competition was a little bit unlucky for us, we failed to get on the podium. Today, in general, our jumps were better, mine as well. It's nice that someone from Poland stood on the podium and I think fans deserve it. I hope that they are satisfied with what happened today - said the winner
Apart from Maciej Kot, points for general standings FIS Grand Prix collected four other Polish ski jumpers: Jan Ziobro, who was on 7th position (124 and 126.5 m), Kamil Stoch - 10. (123 and 121.5 m), Jakub Wolny - 20. (118 and 123.5 m) and Andrzej Stękała - 21. (119.5 m and 122 m).