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03.03.2012, Lahti, Finland (FIN): the winner team (l-r) Andreas Kofler (AUT), Fischer, Thomas Morgenstern (AUT), Fischer, Martin Koch (AUT), Fischer and Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT), Fischer - FIS world cup ski jumping, team HS130, Lahti (FIN). www.nordic

L'Autriche sans soucis

Les sauteurs Thomas Morgenstern, Gregor Schlierenzauer, Martin Koch et Andreas Kofler ont remporté ce soir le concours par équipes de Lahti devant l'Allemagne et la Pologne.

Ce concours s'est finalement disputé sur le petit tremplin en raison d'un vent fort qui rendait le grand tremplin beaucoup trop dangeureux.

Le quatuor Autrichien s'est imposé avec un total de 892 points. L'Allemagne termine deuxième avec 878 points et la Pologne se classe troisième avec 877 points.

Les réactions (source FIS)

Thomas Morgenstern (AUT): "It was quite difficult to move from the biggest hill in the world in Vikersund to a small hill which has a completely different pressure and where you are so much slower in the inrun but I like to jump on a small hill as well. I think we as a team did a very good job today. It's not easy to go into a competition always being the favorite and today the wind conditions were difficult. Many jumpers jumped really short and everything was possible until the very end of the competition, so I am very satisfied and looking forward to tomorrow."
 
Severin Freund (GER): “We were on the podium once again directly after Vikersund and it's very nice to be able to do so on two hills which are so contrary. We're finally stable as a team and I hope we are able to keep this shape for the rest of the Scandinavian tour. For tomorrow, I would have preferred a competition on the big hill because it is very special. You don't have a similar flying curve on many hills across the world. In addition to that, I was third here last year. So for me, the big hill would have been nice. But at the other competition on a small hill in Lillehammer this year, I came in at 28th, so I really would like to improve that."
 
Kamil Stoch (POL): "Actually, the third place today was quite a surprise to us. We had two juniors in our team which came straightly from the junior world championships at Erzurum. Klemens Muranka and Alexander Zniszczol showed a very good competition, so we're very happy now. My first jump was very good, especially if you take into account that this hill was completely new to me. For tomorrow, I'm glad we're staying on this hill because we've had the training jumps here and they are very important to us." 
 
Photo : Nordic Focus


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