Jarl Magnus Riiber Replaces Eric Frenzel with Record 8th World Cup Title at the End of Planica World Cup

Norway Earl Magnus Ribber won his 4th gold medal at the end of the World Mug competitions of the Nordic combiners. Ribber won in Slovenian Panic on Saturday after a dream dive to 147 meters and also a strong mileage in front of compatriot Jens Laura Hasbro as well as the Austrian Johannes Lancaster. The 25-year-old Norwegian hence accomplished the exact same feat that the German Johannes Ryder carried out in Last in Finnish in 2017. With 8 titles, Ribber is additionally the new record globe champion in the combination.

hit Schmidt 6th

The very best German was Julian Schmidt, who finished sixth. After silver, the Allan missed out on the 4th medal after silver, silver in combined and also silver in the team. He seems a little struck to me, stated Hermann Each, that experienced his last World Mug race as a nationwide train, throughout the competitors in the ARD. Nonetheless, he located praise for Schmidt. I am thrilled. The first Globe Mug and afterwards provide it like that. Hats off. The various other German beginners around Olympic champion Vincent Geiger (14th), Ryder (16th) and Manuel Faint (20th) were so much behind after jumping that they went into the route without a chance.

Ribber even more than the special jumpers

Ribber had already made every little thing clear on the ski dive.


With an astounding 147 meters, he plainly exceeded the ski dive record of the Slovenian special jumper Peter Press (142 meters) in 2014. Each spoke of a dream dive and said: That was a rocket. Ribber was up until now ahead on the route that he proceeded concerning 250 meters before the finish and also bowed. He played out his class once more, it's just insane, stated Freeze after jumping. The Saxon, which established a new record with its 18th Globe Mug medal last Wednesday in the relay race, waived a brand-new beginning on Saturday. Medal mirror of the Nordic Ski Globe Cup in Panic


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