Now, a Successful conclusion for the Nordic combined athletes with Wild and beer:


    The German Nordic combined have been adopted with a Top result and two podium finishes from the Golden year 2018. The two Olympic champion Johannes Rydzek and Fabian Rießle were Second in Ramsau am Dachstein and third and had to give it a go on Sunday, only the Norwegians Joergen Graabak beat.

    “I am super happy with second place. So I can spend in peace and quiet on Christmas eve,“ said Rydzek, after the last Competition this year with a jump and the subsequent Ten-Kilometer run. The 27-Year-old sprint were missing in the final, only three-tenths for the first German victory in this Winter.

    “I may have missed a quarter of a second, since we don’t have to discuss big, what we need to do better,” said Rydzek, who is now looking forward to a few peaceful days in his hometown of Oberstdorf. “There are Wild from the allgäu forest, a good beer,” said the visibly exhausted Rydzek.

    national coach Hermann wine book was the strong result and the clear upward trend in his proteges pleased. “I am very satisfied. We are a team very close to the front at the top,“ said wine book. Behind Rydzek and Rießle also Vinzenz Geiger as the Fifth, and Terence Weber landed ranks Seventh in the Top.

    Tactically could make wine book his guys no charge. “You have made in the last round, all right. I mean, that Graabak has had a faster Ski“, analyzed the year-long success coach in the ARD. Rießle, which was on Saturday, the third said, at the end I missed “a little Gas”. So Graabak was on the target, the Duo straight to overtake, and his first victory of the Season to secure. On Saturday its currently outstanding country man Jarl Magnus Riiber had scored the fourth victory of the Season.

    This was slowed on Sunday already when Jumping. Riiber came to problems in the start-up track only on 79 meters. “You have not given me a second Chance, which is unfortunate for me, because I fight for the Yellow Jersey,” said the Norwegian. On the subsequent long-run, he refused. The five-time overall world Cup winner Eric Frenzel made a mess on the hill and landed on Sunday on position 18.