Ski summer jump Sara Takanashi wins the longest unbeatable 105m for the first time in 5 years October 29, 18:16
Due to the influence of the new coronavirus, a ski summer jump competition was held in Sapporo City about three months later, and Sara Takanashi won the championship for the first time in five years, flying the longest unbeatable 105 meters.
The ski summer jump competition was held at the Miyanomori Jump Stadium in Chuo-ku, Sapporo, about three months late due to the effects of the new coronavirus.
Starting with this tournament, five tournaments will be held intensively until the 3rd of next month by reducing the movement of athletes and thoroughly implementing infection prevention measures.
On the 29th, normal hills for men and women were held, and for girls, Takanashi, a bronze medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics, surpassed the dangerous "hill size" when he flew any more for the first time, and showed the longest unbeatable 105-meter jump. ..
Takanashi also flew 90 meters 50 for the second time, marking a total of 236.7, and won the championship for the first time in five years since 2015.
On the other hand, for boys, the second time was not held because the wind was not fixed and the conditions were not fair, and Naoki Nakamura, who flew 97 meters 50 for the first time and was 115.2, won the championship for the first time.
Ryoyu Kobayashi, who was 3rd overall in the World Cup last season, was 10th, and Noriaki Kasai, a 48-year-old veteran, was 18th.
Sara Takanashi "I will do my best in 4 consecutive battles"
Sara Takanashi, who won the championship, said, "While the wind and the situation changed rapidly, the tension was always tense, but I was blessed with a good wind and was able to extend the distance, so I enjoyed it purely. The timing was delayed. I think it was recovered, but I think it was connected to the air. "
Also, regarding the tournament in Hokkaido, my hometown after a long absence, "I was able to use it as a force to fly because I was able to come and support me in a difficult situation. I will do my best in the next four consecutive races. I want to have a performance that makes me feel something. "
Naoki Nakamura "I was able to express it well"
Naoki Nakamura, who won the championship, said, "I was able to start in good conditions with good wind. I had a lot of time, so I practiced flying under conditions that I can't usually do. I think I was able to express what I've done so far. I want to make a big jump in the rest of the tournament and become the representative of the Beijing Olympics. "