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Ski jumper Ema Klinec wins World Championship in Oberstdorf

Ema Klinec and Anamarija Lampič. (Photo: EPA)

By: P.T., STA

Ema Klinec won a ski jumping event at the Nordic World Ski Championships in Oberstdorf, Germany becoming the first Slovenian female ski jumping world champion.

World champion Ema Klinec. (Photo: STA/DPA)

The defending champion, Norwegian Maren Lundby, won silver, while Japanese Sara Takanashi won bronze. “I can’t believe it! I want to thank all of you who believed in me,” said the 22-year-old winner. “After the final jump I didn’t feel I could win. But I did the best I could, and I made it,” she told the organisers.

Anamarija Lampič wins cross-country sprint bronze at world championships

Slovenian cross-country skier Anamarija Lampič won the bronze medal in the women’s classical sprint at the Nordic World Ski Championships, missing out on the silver medal by a mere 0.02 seconds. The gold went to Jonna Sundling of Sweden, who was followed by Maiken Caspersen Falla of Norway (+2.32 seconds). This is a second world championships medal for Lampič, coming after the silver in the team sprint in 2019. Lampič, the 2020 Slovenian female athlete of the year, has already been awarded the small crystal globe as the overall World Cup winner in sprint as the season has been cut short.


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