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The star best doe in hoppukeåpningen

World's best ski jumper of the time, Kobayashi did as he has done many times earlier in the year and won in Oberstdorf with a jump on 138,5 and 126,5 metres. Markus Eisenbichler of Germany took the 2.-place, 0.4 points behind the winner.

Stefan Kraft from Austria was the number three, while the Star was best doe number four, 4,1 points behind the winner.

Robert Johansson was the second best of the Norwegian jumpers with his 7.-place, while Johann André Blame missed a total of in another place, and was number 25 in the German 137-metersbakken.

Fell one place

Star has shown very good form the last few days, and he skipped the second furthest in qualifying. In the competition's first jump stretched himself 132.5 meters and lay with it on the third place, 6,6 points behind consequently won the match. In the final jumped 30-year-old is 131 metres, but it was not to the podium finish.

Hoppukedebutant Robin Pedersen met Robert Johansson to a wholly Norwegian duel in the first place. The 22-year-old landed at 117 metres, while Johansson made out to and the land 12 metres further down in the ground. With 139,1 points he lay on 5.-place after the first place. Up to the manager, it was 8,1 points, but with a flight of 125 in finaleomgangen he fell down to 7.-space.

Pedersen had to see finaleomgangen from the stands.

Three norwegians failed

Johann André Blame lost his duel against Piotr Zyla in the first place, but 125 feet held to 18.-space and finale for tromsøværingen. In finalehoppet, it was only 110 meters, and he ended with the number 25.

- It is a little bit small self-esteem in the hop. I do not trust what I do. It becomes very spasmodic, he said to NRK after his finalehopp.

Daniel-André Tande has struggled with swinging results so far this season. It was with weak 110,5 metres, and 24-year-old was thus not to see in finaleomgangen.

Anders Fannemel landed on 121,5 meters in his jump. Duellanten Karl Geiger struck with 129 metres and won between them, and Fannemel did not advance as the "lucky loser".

Winner of the hoppuka the last two years, the Polish Kamil Stoch, ended up on 8.-space.

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