Nordic combined: Seidl fourth after Klingenthal jumping – Lamparter ninth
Combination world champion Johannes Lamparter is ninth after jumping at the World Cup finals in Klingenthal. The Tyrolean was the second best Austrian after Mario Seidl, who is fourth after a set on 143 m, 18 seconds behind the leader Jarl Magnus Riiber from Norway in the 10 km cross-country skiing. Yellow bearer Riiber has a clear lead over the remaining individuals and could fix the overall World Cup victory on Saturday.
Lamparter is 1:23 minutes behind the decision from 2.45 p.m., Lukas Klapfer (12./1:38) and Lukas Greiderer (14./1:42) were also in the top 15. The Japanese Ryota Yamamoto provided a highlight, beating the hill record of special jumper Michael Uhrmann with 149 meters. Because of poor posture, he was third behind Riiber and his compatriot Akito Watabe.
Accessed on March 20th, 2021 at 1:10 am on https://www.sn.at/sport/wintersport/nordische-kombination-seidl-nach-klingenthal-springen-vierter-lamparter-auf-rang-neun-101337190