Titles in Norway to Stjernen and Lundby
Andreas Stjernen won the Norwegian national championships on the normal hill ahead of Philipp Sjoeen and Tom Hilde. The win in the ladies' competition went to Maren Lundby.
Andreas Stjernen won the competition in Molde with jumps on 96.5 m and 97.5 m and a total of 265.2 points. Phillip Sjoeen was in the lead after the first round closely ahead of Stjernen with 99.5 m, but he could not defend this position in the final. With his second jump on 96.5 m and 261.5 points he finished second.
The third place on the podium went to Tom Hilde with 93 m and 96 m and 252.7 points. Anders Bardal, third after the first round, missed the podium by only one points with his two jumps on 94 m.
Maren Lundby won the ladies' competition with 98 m in both rounds and 270.9 points). Line Jahr showed two jumps on 98.5 m and came in second with 264.9 points, followed by Helena Olsson Smeby in third with 236.4 points (93.5 m and 89 m).
Sunday's team competition was won by Nord-Trondelag (Andreas Stjernen, Johan Martin Brandt, Ole Marius Ingvaldsen, Anders Bardal) with 1059.6 points, ahead of Oslo (Joachim Hauer, Jonas Schoelen Oevregard, Harald Jonas Riiber, Phillip Sjoeen; 1039.1 points) and Akershus (Vegard Swensen, Halvor Egner Granerud, Rune Velta, Tom Hilde; 1022.1 points).
Top 10 Norwegian Championships, Molde HS 100; March 29th, 2014
|1.||Stjernen, Andreas||96.5 m - 97.5 m||265.2|
|2.||Sjoeen, Phillip||99.5 m - 96.5 m||261.5|
|3.||Hilde, Tom||93 m - 96 m||252.7|
|4.||Bardal, Anders||94 m - 94 m||251.7|
|5.||Johansson, Robert||92.5 m - 93 m||237.7|
|6.||Tande, Daniel Andre||93.5 m - 91.5 m||237.5|
|7.||Fannemel, Anders||91 m - 90.5 m||236.2|
|8.||Halvorsen, Espen Enger||93 m - 91 m||234.0|
|9.||Sumstad, Are||93.5 m - 90.5 m||233.0|
|10.||Hauer, Joachim||92.5 m - 88 m||230.2|