28.12.2022 QUA Oberstdorf.

Already at the opening jump of this year's Four Hills Tournament the Norwegian Halvor Egner Granerud showed himself in a good shape. He was able to win the competition with a total of 155.5 points and started the following day as the favorite. He was followed by the Polish Dawid Kubacki (146.6 points). Third place went to Timo Zajc.


Granerud lived up to his role as favorite and won the jumping competition the following day with distances of 142 meters & 139 meters. Second went to Piotr Zyla from Poland ahead of Landmann Kubacki.

01.01.2023 Garmisch Partenkirchen

Also at the New Year's Jump Granerud showed up, he showed his competitors the best distances over 140 meters & 142 meters and won clearly ahead of Anze Lanisek and Kubacki. Granerud goes to the next station, Innsbruck, with a lead of almost 27 points.

04.01.2023 Innsbruck

Poland's Dawid Kubacki wins the Bergisel Jumping in Innsbruck and makes up a few points on the leader of the overall tour ranking. Second is Granerud, who goes into the decision with a lead of 23.3 points. Third place went to Anže Lanišek, who is third in the overall ranking.

06.01.2023 Bischofshofen

The 26 - year old Halvor Egner Granerud crowned his top form with the overall victory of the 71st edition of the Four Hills Tournament. With a total of 2 qualifying wins and 3 victories, he clearly beat Dawid Kubacki overall with 33.0 points. Third place went to Anze Lanisek from Slovenia. 

The ski jumpers will continue after a short breather from January 13 to 15 in Zakapone, Poland. 


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