Halvor Egner was the best in the Granerud test series on Saturday at Rukatunturi (HS142) hill before the individual World Cup competition on Mount Ruce. The Norwegian representative jumped 141 meters. Fourth place went to Kamil Stoch (137.5 m). The Poles as a whole were ranked among the top twenty in the round.
In the test series, Halvor Egner Granerud flew the farthest. The Norwegian climbed 141 meters and took a 5.1-point lead over Markus Eisenbichler. Daniel Andre Tande (135 m) placed third.
Kamil Stoch was the best Polish. The three-time Olympic champion achieved a result of 137.5 meters. Behind him were Pius Paschke (134 m), Anze Lanis (132 m) and Johann Andre Forfang (133 m).
Piotr Żyła (133 m) finished eighth in the competition. Robert Johansson (128 m) was ninth, and Paweł Wąsek (129.5 m) finished in the top ten.
Dawid Kubacki jumped 127.5 meters and finished twelfth. Klemens Murańka was sixteenth (124 m) and nineteenth Andrzej Stękała (122 m).
The rehearsal series was played from the 13th home habitat.
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Adam Bucholz, source: Own information