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Trondheim (NOR): Hagen wins PCR, Lund falls after record jump

Mar 15, 2024·Nordic Combined
Ida Marie Hagen (NOR) © Thibaut/NordicFocus
Ida Marie Hagen (NOR) © Thibaut/NordicFocus

The Provisional Competition Round for the Women’s Individual Gundersen in Trondheim (NOR) took place beneath a cloudy sky this morning.
33 athletes from 11 nations were on the Start List for one training jump and the PCR afterwards on the Granåsen HS 105.

Overall World Cup winner Ida Marie Hagen reached 93 meters and collected 125.7 points, securing the victory of the PCR.
Rank 2 was taken by her team mate Mari Leinan Lund who reached the furthest distance of the day with 110 meters (124.7 pts), which would have been a new hill record.
Unfortunately, she wasn’t able to land her jump due to the long distance and fell.
The Norwegian had to be treated by the medical team in the outrun for several minutes and was then transported to the hospital. A diagnosis is currently pending. 

Austrian Lisa Hirner jumped 103 meters and placed third with 121 points.

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