La Slovénie, en tête après le premier saut, se classe deuxième avec les frères Cene et Peter Prevc, Zajc et Lanisek.

L'Autriche complète le podium grâce à Aschenwald, Huber, Hayboeck et le leader du général Kraft.

Les trois premières équipes se tiennent en moins de cinq points.

A noter le 15e succès en coupe du monde pour l'Allemagne, troisième nation de l'histoire du par équipes derrière l'Autriche 30 victoires et la Norvège 25.


Les réactions

Constantin Schmid (GER):

"I think it was a very good competition, especially in the first round we all jumped well. In the second round I had a big mistake and a bad jump, so from my personal perspective, the competition was not that good.

But the entire team did very well and we managed to win, so we are very happy."


Cene Prevc (SLO):

"If somebody would have told us before today's competition that we would be second, we would have been really happy. Now it's a bit disappointing, because we were fighting for the first place.

But in the end, I think that tomorrow we will be happy about this result. The final round today, when I was waiting for the other guys to jump, felt like the longest round ever to me."


Stefan Huber (AUT):

"I'm super happy about the podium today and also about yesterday's competition, of course. It was a really close fight today until the very last jumper.

I'm happy we made it to the podium and it was a good day. Tomorrow I'll try to show my best jumps again and then we'll see."


Le concours individuel N°2 se déroulera dimanche


Le classement complet ICI


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