Ramsau am Dachstein is located on an elevated plateau between the Dachstein range and the Enns valley in the state of Styria, Austria. The town with its 2.700 inhabitants is famous for its excellent winter sports facilities, a fact that the FIS recognized with awarding the 1999 FIS Nordic Ski World Championships to the region. In the course of the 20th century, several ski jumps were erected in Ramsau. In addition to that, Ramsau also hosts the base station of a cable car which goes up to the Dachstein glacier, which offers a year-round resort for Alpine skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing.
Ramsau am Dachstein is a traditional Nordic Combined venue, the HS 98 hill, which was constructed in 1995, is currently not used for World Cups of the ski jumpers. Since 1995/96, Ramsau has been an annual fixed point on the Nordic Combined calendar. The cross-country track leads through stadium, which is located only several hundred metres next to the hill, thrice in the course of a race.
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The season 2016/17 seems to be right on track. Green light in terms of the snow control also for the third World Cup weekend of the winter in Ramsau am Dachstein.
Race Director Lasse Ottesen has been in a period of inspection trips to the venues of the upcoming 2016/17 winter season and everywhere, OCs are gearing up for the weeks to come. Generally, all organisers were well prepared with the plans for the winter in place but in some of the venues, major novelties or premieres will take place or a being thought about for the future.
Second day in Ramsau am Dachstein, second victory for German Vinzenz Geiger. Today, the 18-year-old spearheaded a German triple victory ahead of teammates Tobias Simon (+1.6) and Tobias Haug (+4.4).
Vinzenz Geiger (GER) has taken his career-first COC victory in the first Individual Gundersen event in Ramsau am Dachstein. The German shared the podium with his teammate Terence Weber (+3.9) and Austria’s Lukas Greiderer (+9.6) who returned to the COC after competing in the World Cup in Trondheim at the beginning of the week.
It was Eric Frenzel’s turn to climb onto the top spot on the podium of Ramsau’s second Individual Gundersen event of the weekend. After a riveting race, Frenzel finally finished 10.2 seconds earlier than Jarl Riiber from Norway. The third podium position went to Manuel Faißt from Germany who finished his race 10.3 seconds after Frenzel and narrowly lost out to Riiber in a finish line sprint.
The first winner of the Ramsau weekend is Magnus Moan from Norway. He ended his race in a finish sprint, just miliseconds ahead of second-placed teammate Magnus Krog. The podium was completed by jumping winner Jarl Riiber who took his first podium result in a 10 kilometre condition in the World Cup in a finish line sprint against Tino Edelmann from Germany, making today a triple win for the Norwegian team.