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Results, time and TV broadcast – Saturday is team flying in Planica

Today, tomorrow and Sunday there will be spectacular jumps again at the Ski Jumping World Cup in Planica. All information about the schedule, broadcast and the results of ski flying at a glance.

This weekend the Ski Jumping World Cup 2022 continues in Planica. As one of the last highlights of the current winter sports season, ski flying will be held in Planica from March 24th to 27th, 2022 . A German jumper still has chances for the overall World Cup. But since Friday they aren’t that big anymore.
  • What is the schedule for the Ski Flying World Cup in Planica?
  • When and where will ski jumping be broadcast live on TV ?
  • What are the chances of success for German jumpers ?
Here you can find all information about the Ski Flying World Cup in Planica:

Ski flying in Planica 2022: schedule and dates of the Ski Jumping World Cup

It’s the final World Cup of the season. In Planica, Slovenia, the overall World Cup winner will be determined in ski flying from March 24th to 27th, 2022. The competition days started on Thursday with the qualification. These are the exact dates for the upcoming competitions:
  • Friday, March 25th, 2022: 2:00 p.m. to 2:50 p.m. and 3:05 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., 1st and 2nd run single ski flying
  • Saturday, March 26, 2022: 9.50 a.m. to 11.55 a.m., ski flying team, 1st and 2nd round
  • Sunday, March 27, 2022: 9:55 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., individual ski flying, 1st and 2nd round

Ski jumping live today: When and where will ski jumping in Planica be broadcast on TV?

The Ski Flying World Cup from Planica will be broadcast live on two free TV channels. The competitions can be seen live on all three days on both ARD and Eurosport .

Ski flying in a team on Saturday – Germans are far behind

The German ski jumpers hardly have a chance of a podium finish in the last team competition of the World Cup season . In ski flying in Planica, the DSV-Adler around former world champion Karl Geiger are only in fifth place out of eight teams after the first round.
With 675.7 points, the gap to third place is the equivalent of 55.5 m. The favorite hosts, Slovenia (782.3), took the lead ahead of Norway (766.7) and Austria (742.3). The Norwegian Halvor Egner Granerud managed the longest flight with 244.0 m.

Setback for Karl Geiger while ski flying in Planica

Karl Geiger only finished twelfth in ski flying in Planica and has little chance of winning the overall World Cup in ski jumping. On Friday in Slovenia, the man from Oberstdorf finished seven places behind the leading Japanese Ryoyu Kobayashi and, with one individual competition left, is now 89 points behind the leader. There are 100 points for a win and one point for 30th place. The Slovenian Ziga Jelar secured victory ahead of his compatriots Peter Prevc and Anze Lanisek. Andreas Wellinger finished 19th as the second best German.

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