Ski jumping Ryoyu Kobayashi won the championship for the second consecutive year Women's Yuki Ito Sapporo November 1, 18:15
A ski jumping tournament was held in Sapporo, where Ryoyu Kobayashi won the men's championship for the second consecutive year, and Yuki Ito won the women's ski jump for the first time in five years.
The ski summer jump competition, which started on the 29th of last month, has been held for four consecutive days at the Okurayama Jump Stadium in Sapporo City from the 31st to reduce the movement of athletes and take thorough measures to prevent infection.
Large hills for men and women will be held on the 1st, and among the boys, Kobayashi, who won the big jump of 141 meters 50 on the 31st, which is the same as the jumping table record of his own summer jump competition, will fly further for the first time. I flew the longest unbeatable 138 meters, which exceeds the dangerous "hill size".
However, the score was drawn because he flew in a favorable headwind, and he came in second place for the second time.
In the second time, while many players could not extend the distance due to unstable wind, he flew 133 meters 50 and won the championship at 269.1 for the second consecutive year.
48-year-old veteran Noriaki Kasai was in 10th place.
On the other hand, for women, Ito, who broke the jumping table record at the women's summer jump competition on the 31st and won the championship, showed a good jump of 133 meters for the second time, and this competition was held for the first time in 5 years with a total of 246.4. I won.
Sara Takanashi, a bronze medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics, finished second on the 31st.
Kobayashi "The condition goes up little by little"
Ryoyu Kobayashi, who won the championship for the second year in a row, said, "I'm glad I didn't get hurt because it was a very difficult condition today. The first time it was windy, I tried not to lose to that wind after I went out into the air. I think I was able to fly with a good flow the second time. "
As for this season, "I'm getting better little by little. I hope I can get my feelings and body together and get better towards winter little by little. I think it's going to be a tough season, but it's always good. I wish I could jump. "
Ito "Blessed with the wind"
Yuki Ito, who won the championship following the tournament on the 31st, said, "Today was a difficult wind, but I was blessed both times. The jump itself was not so good, but I could win under the conditions. I was able to do it. I tried to concentrate on my technique, "he said calmly.
And about the unusual series of battles, "I'm lying if I'm not tired, but I think that a player who can adjust well can fight to the end. If fighting through this series of battles gives me confidence that it will lead to my World Cup. I think, so I want to try myself. "