Katahrina ALthaus (GER) jumped in her own league on Sunday as she won by a margin of nearly 60 points ahead of Pauline Hessler (GER) and Hannah Wiegele (AUT).
The German jumped 104m and 103.5m on the HS106 Midstue-Hill in Oslo (278.8p.). Her team-mate Pauline Hessler came in second after having jumped 103.5m and 99m (224.4p.). Hannah Wiegele from Austria completed the podium on the third place. She jumped 98.5m and 101m (219.3p.).
The Finnish athlete Jenny Rautionaho missed the podium by 1.4 points, thus finishing fourth (98.5m & 98.5m; 217.9p.). Juliane Seyfarth rounded off the TOP5 with jumps on 96m and 99m (213.6p.). ä
Anna Rupprecht was the fourth German athlete to reach the TOP10. She jumped 95.5m and 98.5m which led her to the sixth place (213.4p.). Anna Shpyneva (99.5m & 93m; 203.6p.) and Ksenia Kaplukova (91m & 89m; 191.8p.) represented Russia on the seventh and ninth place respectively. Poland’s best athlete was Kamila Karpiel on the tenth place (90m & 93m; 190.4p.).
The summer competitions of the ladies’ COC have now come to an end. Julia Mühlbacher and Hannah Wiegele both gained 230 points which is why they share the first place in the overall ranking. Bing Dong from China came in third (207p.).