Kamil Stoch from Poland had the best result in the first training round. He jumped 130 meters of distance, whereas the longest jump was performed by another Polish athlete - Piotr Żyła (131.5 meters). It’s worth to mention good performance of Slovenian Tomaz Naglic (126 meters), Jakub Wolny from Poland (126.5 meters) and Andreas Kofler (AUT) who jumped 128 meters. The construction point was also reached by Dawid Kubacki (124.5 meters) and Stefan Hula (121 meters), both from Poland.
When it comes to the second training round, the best result belonged to Johann Andre Forfang from Norway who jumped 135 meters. Just behind him were Polish ski jumpers, Piotr Żyła (131 meters) and Dawid Kubacki (128.5 meters). This time, the performances of Maciej Kot (126.5 meters) and Robert Johansson (127.5 meters) are worth to mention. All in all, 15 athletes have reached 125 meters long or more.
The qualification to Sunday’s individual competition starts just after the training rounds, at 6 pm.
Official results of training rounds: