Pius Paschke is the "Man of the hour" in the Continental Cup. The German was also the best on the second day in Rasnov (ROU) and so he now won three of the last four competitions.
On Sunday the 27-year-old from the club WSV Kiefersfelden showed the best performance in both rounds with 102 m and 98.5 m and celebrated his third win in the last nine days with 255.9 points.
Tilen Bartol of Slovenia came closest to the winner on the normal hill in Romania and took the second place with jumps of 102 m and 95 m and a total of 249.1 points.
Austria's Daniel Huber, who closely missed the Top 3 in fourth yesterday, secured his spot on the podium in third on Sunday with 99.5 m and 93.5 m and 245.5 points.
Klemens Muranka once again confirmed his position as the best Pole in the COC. With a strong second jump of 96.5 m he moved up from eighth to fourth. Dominik Maylaender of Germany repeated his fifth place from Saturday, while Norway's Joachim Hauer, third in the first competition in Rasnov, had to be satisfied with the sixth place this time.
Timi Zajc of Slovenia, who was on the podium in the last three competitions, came in seventh today, followed by Moritz Baer of Germany, who achieved his best result ever in the Continental Cup with this eighth place.
Behind Swiss Andreas Schuler in ninth, David Siegel completed the very good result of the German team. The 2016 Junior World Champion made his comeback after a long break due to an injury this weekend and can definitely consider it a success with the places 20 and 10.
Before the final two competitions of the COC this summer on September 30th and October 1st in Klingenthal (GER), Klemens Muranka leads the overall ranking with 649 points. Pius Paschke (536 points) and Tilen Bartol (447 points) are currently second and third.