Schlierenzauer winner of the second race in Engelberg

ENGELBERG – Austrian ski jumping representative Gregor Schlierenzauer (22) became the winner of the World Cup (SP) 2012/2013 on the HS-137 bridge in Engelberg, Switzerland. Roder from Rum to Innsbruck measured 136 and 131 meters, for which he obtained from the judges the final mark of 273.7 points.

Second place finished Saturday with 3.4 points Saturday’s winner, another Australian Andreas Kofler and only 17-year-old German Andreas Wellinger, who moved on the silver crossing from the 11th place the longest jump in the final second round (138.5 m).

World Ski Jumping 2012/2013 – Engelberg , HS-137 bridge:
1. Gregor Schlierenzauer 273.7 (136 m / 131 m), 2. Andreas Kofler 270.3 (137.5 m / 126 m) and Andreas Wellinger 270.3 (130 m / 138.5 m) 4. Wolfgang Loitzl (AUT) 262.7 (135 m / 128.5 m) 5. Michael Neumayer (DE) 261 , 3 (133 m / 127 m), 6.Peter Prevc (Slovenia) 261.1 (132 m / 127 m) and Severin Freund (DE) 261.1 (133.5 m / 126.5 m)

Gregor Schlierenzauer (Austria) 448 points, 2. Severin Freund (DE) 430, 3. Andreas Kofler (AUT) 396 (after 7 out of 28 individual races): < 4. Andreas Wellinger (DE) 290, 5. Anders Bardal (Norway) 286, 6. Thomas Morgenstern (Austria) 223.