The World Cup 2019/20 in ski jumping will continue on Sunday with individual jumping in Lahti. Jumping is available today in the live ticker at chiemgau24.de.
Lahti - Final sprint in Lahti, Finland: On Sunday, the third ski jumping within three days is on the program, with the fight for the overall World Cup coming back into focus. It starts at 3:30 p.m., chiemgau24.de is part of the live ticker today.
Is Karl Geiger getting closer to Stefan Kraft, or is the Austrian extending his lead in the overall World Cup?
The fight for the yellow jersey in the World Cup 2019/20 in ski jumping is in the hot phase. In Lahti, Finland, Geiger wants to reduce his gap of 138 points, but faces a very difficult task. Ski jumping: the overall World Cup for men
Ski jumping: Power in an impressive form
Three of the last four competitions have gained strength, the Austrian showed himself in impressive form in the first individual and in the team competition. Geiger also knew how to convince, but had to let the 26-year-old ÖSV-Adler take the lead in individual cases.
The second individual competition in Lahti is the fifth last opportunity for the 27-year-old from Oberstdorf to make up ground for strength. After jumping in Finland, the 2019/20 World Cup calendar foresees four individual events in ski jumping before the Ski Flying World Championships in Planica conclude the season.
Ski jumping: Six Germans at the start in Lahti
Since the results from Planica are not included in the overall ranking, Geiger is already under pressure on Sunday.
In addition to Geiger, there are Stephan Leyhe, Constantin Schmid, Markus Eisenbichler, Pius Paschke and Severin Freund in Finland. The start list for jumping in Lahti
It starts at 3:30 p.m., chiemgau24.de is included in the live ticker.
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