COC-L: Next win for Sabrina Windmueller

12 December 2015 13:04
Julia Huber, Sabrina Windmueller, Anna Odine Stroem
Julia Huber, Sabrina Windmueller, Anna Odine Stroem -
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This winter's Continental Cup season already ended again with the second competition in Notodden on Saturday. Like on the day the before, the win went to Sabrina Windmueller.

The 28-year-old Swiss, who already came in on top on Friday, took her second win in a row with jumps on 90.5 m and 88.5 m.

After the German team didn't compete on Friday, due to the falls of Ulrike Graessler and Sophia Goerlich, some German jumpers decided to participate in today's event. This was a good decision especially for Pauline Hessler, who achieved her first podium result in the COC in second with 87 m and 89 m and 215.5 points.

Julia Huber of Austria wasn't able to repeat her second place from Friday, but with jumps on 88 m and 87.5 m (212.0 points) she made it to the podium again in third.

Local hero Anna Odine Stroem, third yesterday, missed the Top 3 by only 0.5 points and finished fourth. Julia Purker of Austria, who was fourth on Friday, was fifth achieved a very good result also in her second competition in the COC.

Behind the Austrian, Luisa Goerlich and Agnes Reisch completed the good team result of Germany in sixth and seventh. Also Silje Opseth of Norway, Finland's Susanna Forsstroem and Norway's Tonje Bakke came in among the Top 10.

With her two wins, Sabrina Windmueller also won the overall title of the COC with the maximum of 200 points. Julia Huber (140 points) and Anna Odine Stroem (110 points) follow in second and third.

Full results

 

Quotes

Sabrina Windmueller: "I can look back on a great weekend. I was able to show consistent jumps. It's nice that the German girls were competing today. The situation yesterday was not easy for the German team."

Julia Huber: "It was a very good weekend for me. Hopefully I can jump again here in Notodden next year."

Anna Odine Stroem: "This is a great hill, I love it here. It was a great competition and lots of fun."