Courchevel, France: Vladimir Zografski finished first in the race from Gran on the summer ski jump chain on the big chance in Courchevel (France).
He became the only Bulgarian competitor in the elite of this sport, collected 262.6 points, and smashed the competition to achieve the most prestigious result in his career in men.
Zographically led in the rankings even after the first attempt, in which he overcame 132.5 meters for a total of 120.2 points. In his second jump In a historic ski race today, he scored 130.5 points for another 142.4 points, bringing the total to 262.2.2.
Swiss Gregor Deschvanden finished second with 246.2 points, and Austrian Marco Vergioter remained third with 246 points.
Zografski entered the race with a third result in the qualification. In it, he overcame 128.5 meters and even then made a request to continue his outstanding performance from the beginning of the weekend.
On Saturday, the Bulgarian finished second in the first start in Kurshevel, being ahead of only Deshvanden.
So he and the Swiss head the temporary ranking in the Gran on the chain with 180 points each. The following starts are on August 5 and 6 in Schirk, Poland.
Previously, Vladimir Zografski recorded his best ranking in the Summer Grand on the circuit after finishing second on a big chance in Courchevel (France).
Zografski, whose peak so far was third place twice, made the longest jump in the 132 meters. He received a collection of 230.2 points and was 8.1 from the winner Gregor Deshvanden. The Swiss jumped a meter and a half less than the Bulgarian.
The Austrian, Marco Vergjotter, jumped 123 meters and received a total of 228.9 points. This was the first race for Vladimir Zografski after the European Games in Poland, where he was 35th at the big chance in Zakopane.