World Cup leader Ida Marie Hagen was unstoppable and won the women’s combined compact race in Seefeld. Gyda Westvold Hansen was second.
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– It was a lot of fun. I had very good skis, so it was nice to go. I think I’m going to move down here, me, said Hagen to NRK.
With his strength in the ski track, Hagen had no problems in taking his fifth World Cup victory. Westvold Hansen remains with his 20 World Cup victories.
Westvold Hansen won the jumping race, but only had a six-second lead over Hagen. After one round in cross-country skiing, she had lost more than 20 seconds.
– I don’t quite know what happened to her. I noticed that she was gone, said Hagen about what happened when her teammate suddenly disappeared.
– It was nice to go skiing. It was just that she skis well, and I don’t have that level in me. It was as expected, said Westvold Hansen.
Mari Leinan Lund was also well ahead after her soar of 108.5 metres, but was later disqualified due to an unregulated jumping suit.
Fall destroyed the podium
Sister Marte Leinan Lund fought for third place, but was unlucky and fell in the last round and had to settle for fourth place in the match against German Nathalie Armbruster.
– It was tough, because I went for the top three in the compact competition. It is very boring. I felt good, but I don’t feel like sipping and making excuses, said Marte Leinan Lund.
It was in a duel with French Eva Brochard that she fell.
Hanna Midtsundstad was number eleven.
Published: 03.02.24 at 14:14
Updated: 03.02.24 at 15:44