Anna Rupprecht German champion

04 October 2016 07:44
Carina Vogt, Anna Rupprecht, Katharina Althaus
Carina Vogt, Anna Rupprecht, Katharina Althaus -
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The German national championships in ladies' ski jumping were held on Monday in Berchtesgaden. The title there went to Anna Rupprecht of the club SC Degenfeld.

The 19-year-old showed jumps of 90 m and 92.5 m on the HS 98 normal hill and took a clear win with her total of 230.0 points.

World and Olympic champion Carina Vogt finished second with 85 m and 92 m and 218.0 points. Katharina Althaus came in third with 215.5 points (86.5 m and 89 m).

The junior's competition on the HS 64 was won by Gianina Ernst with 59 m and 64 m and 242.0 points, followed by Luisa Goerlich (57.5 m and 61 m; 226.7 points) and Pauline Hessler (58.5 m and 63 m; 222.9 points). Selina Freitag, younger sister of German top ski jumper Richard Freitag, finished fourth.

Results Ladies
Results Juniors

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