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Irina Avvakumova beats Sara Takanashi and writes the history of the Russian leap

Irina Avvakumova batte Sara Takanashi e scrive la storia del salto russo
On January 4, 2014, a date that goes right to the history of the World Cup Jumping special as it is the day when Russia scored his first victory, including male sector. To sign the company is'' Irina Avvakumova.
The twenty-two Moscow has long considered a potential big circuit by several insiders, is finally expressing its full potential. After a second and two third places, this is'' Today climb to the top step of the podium. Avvakumova is set to Tchaikovsky, and would therefore be "a prophet in his homeland," making a difference in the second series where he inflicted heavy detachments to all opponents. Piazza'' s honor for the German Carina Vogt, separated by 4.3 points. The Teutonic, but never won the fourth podium of his career at this point is placed in solitary the largest women's circuit. The news of the day and then the defeat of Sara Takanashi, which hitherto had been imposed in all four rounds of the maximum circuit disputed. The Japanese, already rather dull yesterday, today has failed to make a difference and it is due to "settle" in the third position for mocking a tenth of Germany's Katharina Althaus, fourth. Disappointed day of the French Coline Mattel, not so much for itself as for the result in the manner in which it arrived. The transalpine was in the lead halfway through the race, but slipped to fifth place finish due to a second jump unhappy. In any case the eighteen Les Contamines is showing signs of growth in view of the continuation of'' winter. There is still no continuity, but would find it would once again be subscribed to the podium. Those who have lost their way in the top-three is Daniela Iraschko-Stolz, seventh, surpassed even by Ema Klinec. Without infamy and without praise the performance of the Italian. The two leaders of the movement blue Elena Runggaldier and Evelyn Insam concluded fourteenth and twelfth respectively. Manuela Malsiner concluded twenty-ninth. No points instead to Lisa Demetz, thirty-first, and Roberta D'' Agostina, thirty-seventh. In the overall standings of the World Cup Takanashi remains firmly in command with 460 points. Avvakumova, however, is second with 315 and Vogt third at 306. Iraschko-Stolz slips in fourth place with 277, while Klinec is fifth, albeit staccatissima, 175. Now the ultimate women's circuit moves to Japan, where there are four competitions over the next two weekends, however, the last useful in optics'' of the qualification to the Olympic Games. L'' 11:12 January competes in Sapporo. Tchaikovsky - NORMAL HILL (II) 1. Avvakumova Irina (RUS) 249.22. VOGT Carina (GER) 244.93. Sara Takanashi (JPN) 243.14. ALTHAUS Katarina (GER) 243.05. MATTEL Coline (FRA) 241.56. Klinec Ema (SLO) 237.97. Iraschko-STOLZ Daniela (AUT) 235.28. LOGAR Eva (SLO) 232.39. POZUN Katja (SLO) 222 710. KYKKÄNEN Julia (FIN) 222.4Clicca here for full results.