Four Hills Tournament in Bischofshofen live in the ticker: qualifying with Halvor Granerud and Karl Geiger

The victory of David Kubacki on the Bergiselschanze in Innsbruck prevented a possible preliminary decision in the general classification of the Four Hills Tournament 2022/23 and can still hope for the golden eagle.

In order to repeat his victory on the circuit of the 2019/20 season, Kubacki must be the favorite Halvor Egner Granerud surpass – and could find an ideal starting position for this project as early as Thursday in Bischofshofen. About fifty kilometers south of Salzburg, the qualification for the last competition of the tournament will take place on January 5 on the Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze.

DSV-Adler wants to take the first step towards repair there. Karl Geiger and Co. had a competition to forget in Innsbruck.


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21 HOURS AGO supports the Qualification in Bischofshofen live in the ticker.

Four Hills Tournament 2022/23 live in the ticker: qualifying in Bischofshofen


5:29 p.m. – Stoch and Tschofenig

Best distance for Kamil Stoch! The triple Olympic champion flies 137 meters! He goes to the top and that clearly. Daniel Tschofenig is not quite close. 128 meters for the Austrian. First of all, he is 13 years old.

5:25 p.m. – Clock

Jan Hörl jumps 126 meters. It’s not quite ideal as he also had slightly better wind than the jumpers before him. He is currently 20th and will be early tomorrow.

5:24 p.m. – Wellinger and Johansson

Andreas Wellinger comes out of the very steep springboard then lands at 124 meters. But he also gets a lot of bonus points from a tailwind, so the starting position is still solid. It should start very early tomorrow. Very respectable 128 meters for Robert Johansson. First of all, he is tenth.

17:22 – Paschke and Lindvik

Pius Paschke fled flat on the slope at 119.5 meters. It’s enough for the German, also because he had bad wind. Marius Lindvik reaches 125 meters. The Olympic champion thus ranks in the midfield.

17:19 – Kos and Zajc

127.5 meters for Lovro Kos. That puts him in ninth place for now, but qualifying wasn’t necessarily his best jump in other competitions on the circuit either. Timi Zajc has a strong tailwind again. The 128.5 meters are very good for that. Fifth place for the Slovenian.

5:17 p.m. – Kobayashi and Forfang

Good attempt by Ryoyu Kobayashi at 133 meters. Last year’s winner is still second. Johann-André Forfang is sailing at 131.5 meters. The Norwegian is now sixth.

5:15 p.m. – Eisenbichler and Prevc

This is Markus Eisnebichler’s weakest jump of the day. But with 126 meters and his twelfth place, he is certainly qualified. Peter Prevc, also brilliant in training, reaches 133.5 meters. He even takes the lead.

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5:13 p.m. – Nakamura and Tande

Naoki Nakamura jumps 126 meters. The Japanese is therefore initially ninth. Daniel-André Tande is not entirely convincing with 124.5 meters. The Norwegian had to correct in the air. But at least it’s enough.

5:11 p.m. – Schmid and Wasek

A good 132 meters from Constantin Schmid. And he had bad wind again, it could even be the head. Not enough. He is third, 1.9 points behind Aigner. Pole Pawel Wasek lands 127 meters away. For now, he is sixth.

17:09 – Ash forest and Bresadola

Philipp Aschenwald flies 131.5 meters. This puts the Austrian in third place at the moment. Giovanni Bresadola is showing a little better compared to the show jumping of the previous tournament. 127.5 meters is at least enough for qualification.

17:07 – Jelar and Leyhe

Best distance for Ziga Jelar! 135 meters is second place behind Aigner. Birthday child Stephan Leyhe sails 129.5 meters. He moves up to fourth place.

5:05 p.m. – Prevc and Raimund

126.5 meters for Domen Prevc. Due to the deductions in the wind values, it is only an intermediate tenth place, but that is enough. And now Philipp Raimund. The German sails at 132.5 meters. He had better conditions than Aigner, so he stays behind the Austrian but is a good second.

17:03 – Zografski and Sundal

Only 117 meters for Vladimir Zografski in the best conditions so far. The Bulgarian is eliminated and Markus Müller is qualified. 125.5 meters is enough for Kristoffer Sundal. But he will not qualify in the leading pack.

17:01 – Deschwanden and Aalto

The conditions are again really good. While Niko Kytosaho and Clemens Leitner qualify, but there is still room for improvement, Gregor Deschwanden and Antti Aalto do better. With 130 and 129 meters respectively, they placed second and third.

4:57 p.m. – Sato and Kobayashi

With 123 meters, Yukiya Sato is certainly qualified. Junshiro Kobayashi, on the other hand, still has to shake at 118 yards. Poland’s Jan Habdas is done with that.

4:55 p.m. – Ipcioglu and Belshaw

Fatih Arda Ipcioglu reaches 124 meters and is safe. Erik Belshaw, on the other hand, has no chance. The American only reaches 110 meters.

4:52 p.m. – Aigro and Muller

Very neat 125 meters from Artti Aigro. This puts the Estonian second overall. Markus Müller fails to convince with 119 meters. However, the Austrian gets quite a high points bonus due to the tailwind. He must still be shaking with that.

4:50 p.m. – Hula and Palosaari

124 meters from the experienced Pole Stefan Hula is enough. On the other hand, Vilho Palosaari does not make the most of conditions which are nevertheless rather good. At 121.5 meters, he must still be shaking.

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16:48 – Vasilyev and Nikaido

Kazakh Danil Vassilyev can expect 135.5 meters and secure qualification. Things are also looking good for Ren Nikaido of Japan with 124 yards.

4:46 p.m. – Insam and Koudelka

Solid attempt by Alex Insam from 122 meters. The Italian is currently fourth and has a good chance of qualifying. After the fall of the Estonian Kevin Maltsev at 97 meters, things are not going better for ROman Koudelka either. 116 meters in fairly good conditions. There is still a long way to go before qualifying.

16:44 – Sato and Fannemel

The problems of the Japanese never end. Only 107 meters for Keiichi Sato. Anders Fannemel does it much better. 124 meters. This puts the Norwegian in third place.

4:40 p.m. – Dean and Nousiainen

Decker Dean from the United States flies 119 meters in the worst wind conditions so far and is in third place so far. Finland’s Eetu Nousiainen completely misses his jump, landing 94 meters. Even the big outsiders in the field like the Romanian Cacina were more advanced.

4:38 p.m. – Cecon and Habdas

Now some foreigners are following. Among these, Francesco Cecon lands at 118 meters. With those, he can at least hope, even if it will be a wobbly game for qualification. Jan Habdas also reached 118 meters, but had worse wind than Cecon. The Pole is therefore fourth at the moment.

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4:34 p.m. – The national group

Maximilian Steiner reaches 117 meters. As he had the best wind so far, he lined up behind his compatriots. Things are looking much better for Maximilian Ortner. 125.5 meters and the top! The national group will first be decided by Clemens Aigner, since Markus Müller has already collected points in the World Cup and will therefore only come later. Aigner was already strong in training and now sails 131 meters. It is the best !

4:30 p.m. – The national group

It starts with the national group of Austrians who, unlike Innsbruck, are at the start today. It starts from hatch 18, two hatches more than in training. Francisco Mörth lands 118 meters away. For Hannes landerer, 116.5 meters is the end of the line. Both could be tight, although it’s hard to assess in the early stages.

INFO – Twisted Wind

But again there were quite different wind conditions in the training, so the jumpers also need a bit of luck. I don’t want to name the conditions too much, but you also have to classify the jumps. Wind points are also included in the result.

INFO – Eisenbichler gives hope

Halvor Egner Granerud and Dawid Kubacki also left their mark on training. On the second jump, the Pole was the best ahead of the Norwegian. From a German perspective, Markus Eisenbichler cheered after Innsbruck’s disappointment with the fourth-longest distance in the first practice jump.

INFO – Live qualification at Eurosport and discovery+

You can not only follow the qualification here in the live ticker, but also live at Eurosport and discovery+ to see. Television broadcast on Eurosport 1 begins to 4:15 p.m.. The live stream on Discovery+ starts again 4:15 p.m..

NEWS – Welcome

Hello and welcome from Bischofshofen to the qualification for the fourth and final tournament. 60 athletes are fighting for 50 places in the first round on Friday. Qualifying begins at 4:30 p.m. Sebastian Würz ticks off the preliminary round on the Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze for you. Enjoy!

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