The German ski jumper Karl Geiger has won Jumping in Engelberg in Switzerland. With a Width of 135 meters, it was after the first round, on court five, days best distance of 141 meters in the second round earned him his first world Cup victory. The Pole Piotr Zyla landed on place two, Daniel Huber from Austria took third place.

Four of the seven German starters left on the Gross-Titlis-Schanze ski jump already in the first round. The second best German Stephan Leyhe, who had located after the first round, on court three. Olympic winner Andreas Wellinger disappointed with a 14. Place. For the German Springer the success of a violinist of the first in the calendar year 2018.

Geiger in 2012 participates in the world Cup. In order to succeed in Engelberg, he had made it to the podium in a single jump. In February 2016, he was in Lahti in Second. Successful he was, won with the German team, he will play at the winter Olympics in 2018 in Pyeongchang, the silver medal.


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