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Sapporo - Belle première pour Kramer

La jeune Autrichienne Marita Kramer, 18 ans, a surpris toutes les favorites en s'imposant aujourd'hui lors du premier concours de Sapporo comptant pour la coupe du monde de saut à ski dames...

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Marita Kramer, un nom à retenir, devance la N°1 mondiale Maren Lundby (NOR) et sa coéquipière Eva Pinkelnig.

18e place pour la Française Julia Clair.

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Facts FIS

- This is the 1st win in the World Cup for Marita Kramer

- Kramer's best result so far was the ninth place in Lillehammer last December

- Maren Lundby was on the podium in three of the four competitions this winter

- For Eva Pinkelnig, this is the second podium of the season

- The longest jump of the day was shown by Maren Lundby with 139 m in the second round, she improved her old hill record by 4 meters

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Les réactions :

Marita Kramer (AUT):

I still can’t believe it. I didn’t expect to win, but I had good feeling at the hill. I showed two good jumps. For tomorrow I will try to repeat this. It's my first time in Sapporo and really enjoy jumping here."

 

Maren Lundby (NOR):

"I’m satisfied with this result, it was a great competition for the Austrian team. I made two good jumps here and I hope I will jump even better tomorrow."

 

Eva Pinkelnig (AUT): 

"I’m really happy, last time in Sapporo I was 4th and this year I could make it to the podium. My teammate won and I will hear the national anthem. Our goal was to beat Maren, we already did that twice and we keep on trying."

 

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Le classement complet ICI

Les classements de la coupe du monde ICI

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Photo : Nordic Focus

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