A star-studded lineup consisting of Granerud, Stoch, Prevc, Ryoru, Kraft, and more; will do clash in the penultimate ski jumping final of the Winter Olympics.
The penultimate ski hedging final of Beijing 2022 with the men’s large; hill occasion starts on Saturday.
From Friday night’s qualification, there were no vital casualties, meaning to fix the Winter Olympic medallists, there; will be a star-studded top 50 hedgers battling it out over a further three rounds.
Marius Lindvik and Halvor Egner Granerud of Norway took first and second place regarding qualifying Peter Prevc, who wins the freshly-crowned mixed squad gold medallist is on the third.
The large hill at the National Ski hedging Centre in Zhangjiakou with the landing funneling straight into a large stadium that can be utilized, for football matches in the summer. Where else to initiate Ski hedging World Cup winner Halvor Egner Granerud than with 2020/21 overall? The Norwegian view set to deliver on the hype; was burning in qualification.
In ski hedging right now, Kobayashi Ryoyu is the pivotal name. After succeeding in the prestigious Four Hills match, the 25-year-old Japanese sportsman entered Beijing 2022 in the form of his life and the normal hill occasion; backed; that up with success. He is on the ninth in qualifying.
Kamil Stoch, just over him in eighth; was ruling Olympic champion, who has trialed for form this year but will be eager for a big finish in China.
Stefan Kraft is an Austrian legend and; ruling large hill world champion will be eager to add the one title that so far eludes his illustrious career point, he is on the fourth in qualifying, while German Karl Geiger, two-time large hill discrete world medallist, finished 12th.