A fall in the qualifying attempt against Vladimir Zografski from entering the finals on the first day of the start for the Heintzenbach Summer Grand Prix (Av).
After second place in the training experience, Vladi started with confidence in the first official of the race. Nature was against him, though.
He had a strong headwind during backup, and the wind hit him in the back. As a result, Zografski failed to master the skis and fell when landing, recording the penultimate result.
Immediately after the incident, Vladi has undergone medical examinations and will jump into the penultimate start of the chain tomorrow, which is also in Heinzenbach.
The winner today is Andreas Wellinger (Ger), and Vlad’s main competitor for the victory in the chain, Gregor Deschvanden (Switzerland), remained eighth.
Although he did not get points today, Vladi Zografski continues to be a leader in the general lineup for the Grand Prix with 500 t.
A day after failing to enter the finals in Heinzenbach (Av) due to a ridiculous fall in the high winds, our ski jumping ace Vladimir Zografski bursts with another podium in the Grand Prix circuit.
The sampler overcame the pain of falling and finished second in the penultimate race of the summer race, held again at the Little Chance in Heintzenbach (Av). All the big current stars in the world of ski jumping participated in the competition.
Vladi achieved the second result in both attempts with 244.7 t (89 and 87 m). The winner is his big competitor for first place in the general classification for the Grand Prix Gregor Deschvanden (Switzerland) with 246.6 t (88 and 91 m).
In the lineup for the Grand Prix after eight starts, Zografski leads with 580t of 3 wins, 3-second places and one-sixth, and Deshvanden is second with 546t. On October 7 is the finale of the chain in Klingental (Ger), where the big chance will be jumped.