Kobajaši congratulated the planetary jubilee with a record, Domen Prevc the other



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Domen Prevc was already in the experimental series (with the longest distance of 230.5 meters) indicating that he was in a great mood. In the end, he was only behind Ryjoy Kobajaši, but it was a shame that he had a worse situation in the finals. However, with 222.5 meters, he defended the second place on which he was after the first series.

Kobajaši thus "cleaned up" a small crystal globe for scoring flights, and is also the best in the sum total of Planica 7. The third place was won by Marcus Eisenbichler, alongside Domnack (his flight in the first series was 239.5 meters in length, in finals 222 , 5 meters), two Slovenian jumps were very much in the mood. Timi Zajc won the fifth and Anze Semenič was ninth in the title. Zajc finished third in Placement 7.

Ryo Kobajaši with 252 meters to the Planica record

Ryo Kobajaši celebrated the 13th win of the season (the recorder remains Peter Prevc with 15 victories) and got a small crystal globe for scoring flights. Photo: Reuters

The hot sun destroyed the ski
Kobajaši celebrated the 13th win of the season (the record holder remains Peter Prevc with 15 victories), 21 times on the podiums (Prevc 22 times in the unforgettable season 2015/26), and in his total, his advantage over the second-placed Stefan Kraft (today was only 17.) at the end of more than 700 points. Today, Kobajaši was also laughing at the Slovenes, especially Domnu Prevac, who for the second time slipped to the winning stage: "I feel wonderful. All the emotions came to the plan. There was already a lot of water in the ski and I thought only how I would find out. When I landed and looked at the figures, I hoped that it would come out. I knew I would be on the stairs, but I did not think I would take the lead. "

Slovenian performs in the Planica Final

Exceptional first series and incredible Kobayashi
Around 15,000 spectators were following another unforgettable day, the first series offered a series of exceptional flights. Anže Semenič set his personal record with 241 meters, Domen Prevc took the lead with 239.5 meters, which neither Piotr Žyla and 239.5 meter long flight took him. Then the culmination: Ryo Kobajaši, ideally, flew 252 meters away and congratulated the 50th anniversary celebration commander. For the world record, it's about a meter and a half behind. He had some trouble landing, but he did not run.

Slovenians today trial series first series final series
Anže LANISEK (4) 192,5 m 195,5 m 201,5 m
Peter PREVC (8) 220,0 m 221,5 m 204,5 m
Anže SEMENIČ (17) 215,5 m 241,0 m 224,0 m
Domen PREVC (23) 230,5 m 239,5 m 229,5 m
Timi ZAJC (24) 212,0 m 231,5 m 229,5 m

The finals are much shorter jumps
Kobajaši's surplus frightened the jury, which lowered the runway, although the wind situation was no longer so favorable. In the final, most of the jumper flew at least ten meters less, and the longest flight succeeded David Kuback, 234 meters. Domen Prevc had the worst conditions in the group of the best flighters, however, with his aggressive style he pulled up to 222.5 meters and got a duel with Eisenbichler for a point and a half.

The performances of Slovenians in the 1st series of Sunday matches

Slovenia is sixth in the national cup
The last casualty of the season was who will win the globe for flying, Kobayashi or Eisenbichler. The German had only four points and after the first series, while the Kobajaši were on the top, it was more than not clear that the winner will be Rojo Kobajaši. In the Cup of Nations, for the second time in a row, the best Poles, Slovenia won the sixth place.

Final order: distance points
 1. R. KOBAJAŠI JAP 252.0 / 230.5 464.9
 2. D. PREVC SLO 239.5 / 222.5 444.0
 3. M. EISENBICH. NEM 227.0 / 235.0 442.5
 4. P. ŽYLA POL 248.0 / 214.5 438.6
 5. T. ZAJC SLO 231.5 / 229.5 425.4
 6. D. KUBACKI POL 229.5 / 213.5 424.8
 7. K. GEIGER NEM 238.5 / 228.0 422.8
 8. J. A. FORFANG NOR 225.0 / 224.5 416.2
 9. A. SEMENIČ SLO 241.0 / 224.0 413.8
10. J. KLIMOV RUS 233.0 / 221.5 411.7
11. K. STOCH POL 222.0 / 220.0 408.2
12. J. WOLNY POL 223.0 / 219.0 407.5
13. S. AMMANN SWI 234.0 / 221.0 407.0
...
19. P. PREVC SLO 221.0 / 204.5 381.0
29. A. LANISEK SLO 195.5 / 201.5 317.8
Following the first series: distant points
 1. R. KOBAJAŠI JAP 252.0 239.5
 2. D. PREVC SLO 239.5 227.3
 3. P. ŽYLA POL 248.0 224.1
 4. M. EISENBICH. NEM 227.0 216.4
 5. K. GEIGER NEM 238.5 216.1
 6. T. ZAJC SLO 231.5 214.3
 7. J. KLIMOV RUS 233.0 213.8
 8. D. KUBACKI POL 229.5 211.3
...
10. A. SEMENIČ SLO 241.0 209.9
18. P. PREVC SLO 221.5 197.3
27. A. LANISEK SLO 195.5 159.8
World Cup total (28/28):
 1. R. KOBAJAŠI JAP 2.085
 2. S. KRAFT AVT 1.349
 3. K. STOCH POL 1.288
 4. P. ŽYLA POL 1.131
 5. D. KUBACKI POL 988
 6. R. JOHANSSON NOR 974
 7. M. EISENBICHLER NEM 937
 8. J. A. FORFANG NOR 892
 9. T. ZAJC SLO 833
...
12. D. PREVC SLO 542
28. A. SEMENIČ SLO 203
29. P. PREVC SLO 179
30. A. LANISEK SLO 177
46. ​​J. DAMJAN SLO 40
51. Ž. MOGEL SLO 18
54. Ž. JELAR SLO 17
59. J. TEPEŠ SLO 10
61. T. BARTOL SLO 9
64. B. PAVLOVČIČ SLO 8
Summer (6/6):
 1. R. KOBAJAŠI JAP 407
 2. M. EISENBICHLER NEM 371
 3. P. ŽYLA POL 289
 4. D. PREVC SLO 271
 5. D. KUBACKI POL 251
 6. T. ZAJC SLO 250
 7. K. STOCH POL 244
 8. S. KRAFT AVT 228
 9. J. A. FORFANG NOR 200
10. J. KLIMOV RUS 158
...
15. A. SEMENIČ SLO 99
25. P. PREVC SLO 53
35. J. TEPEŠ SLO 10
37. A. LANISEK SLO 9
40. T. BARTOL SLO 7
50. B. PAVLOVČIČ SLO 2
Planica 7:
 1. R. KOBAJAŠI JAP 1.601,3
 2. M. EISENBICHLER NEM 1.572,1
 3. T. ZAJC SLO 1.513,5
 4. P. ŽYLA POL 1.507,4
 5. D. PREVC SLO 1.499,8
 6. K. GEIGER NEM 1.446,9
 7. D. KUBACKI POL 1.446,2
Nations Cup (35/35):
 1. POLAND 6.083
 2. GERMANY 5.650
 3. JAPAN 4.813
 4. AUSTRIA 4.530
 5. NORWAY 3.943
 6. SLOVENIA 3.736
 7. SWITZERLAND 1.467
 8. CZECH REPUBLIC 1.056
Domen Prevc is the second place in Planica



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