She also says she wants to negotiate again with the military leadership with the help of an intermediary.
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She also says she wants to negotiate again with the military leadership with the help of an intermediary.
Of course there is a lot more to this 21-year-old who is stirring up the jumping circus. Lindvik is the discovery of the current tour, started without a World Cup victory and duped the world’s elite on New Year’s Day in Garmisch and Saturday in Innsbruck. In Innsbruck, Lindvik (center) won ahead of the new overall leader Dawid Kubacki (left) and his teammate Daniel-André Tande. Photo: imago images / East News) “I just tried to stay focused and do my normal stuff. It usually works,” said Lindvik. And that’s exactly what he’ll do at the final showdown in Bischofshofen (5.15 p.m. on ARD and Eurosport), in which he goes in second place, five meters behind Poland’s Dawid Kubacki there, “says the hobby DJ, who tinkers on new songs in free – and awake – hours during the tour:” But I try not to think too much about this opportunity. ” This attitude, that “certain indifference”, believes coach Stöckl, is the key to success: “Marius’ strength is that he ignores the things that are not important. All the pressure in the stadium, the media, everything around – that touches him relatively little. “1.
Dawid Kubacki (POL) 1131.6 points 2. Marius Lindvik (NOR) 1111.03. Karl Geiger (GER) 1108.44. Ryoyu Kobayashi (JPN) 1096.05.
Stefan Kraft (AUT) 1086.06. Johann Andre Forfang (NOR) 777.17. Domen Prevc (SLO) 1050.98. Peter Prevc (SLO) 1048.89.
Daiki Ito (JAP) 1039.010. Stephan Leyhe (GER) 1037.5 With his ability to focus, Lindvik, who became Junior World Champion in 2018 ahead of the German Constantin Schmid and has only been a regular in Norway’s World Cup team since the current season, adjusts to new surroundings in a flash. He had never jumped in competition on Innsbruck’s Bergisel ski jump, but dominated from the qualification on. And he could now do the same in Bischofshofen, where he has not yet completed a single jump. “The hill has a flat inrun and a long take-off table.
And Marius is an athlete who likes to jump away too early, so I’m a little nervous, “says Stöckl:” But I think he can do it. “Should Lindvik manage that and the first Norwegian tour victory in 13 years – the first under the Austrian Stöckl, he would have given the last troubled Norge team an unexpected comeback. “That is very good,” says Stöckl: “We have had some ups and downs, with injuries and material problems. Now we’ve got here through hard work. “Even if it doesn’t work out yet, Lindvik has a great future ahead of us. Because the” sometimes a bit shy guy with a bit of humor “has hardly any weaknesses. Good: The teammate is one lousy volleyball player, announced ski flying world champion Daniel-André Tande in Innsbruck, “and he sleeps really long”.
Lindvik promised: “I work hard every day to get better.” In volleyball, of course, not in sleep. Source: ntv.de, Christoph Leuchtenberg and Erik Roos, sid “Runs for him: Karl Geiger. (Photo: imago images / GEPA pictures) Karl Geiger finished third in the Four Hills Tournament in Val, Italy di Fiemme won his first World Cup this season. And because the Japanese Ryoyu Kobayashi fails, the German ski jumper takes the lead in the overall standings. The German ski jumper Karl Geiger has taken the lead in the overall World Cup with his first win of the season. He won in Italy Val di Fiemme in front of Stefan Kraft from Austria and tour triumphant Dawid Kubacki from Poland.
Geiger rewarded himself five days after his third place at the Four Hills Tournament for his strong season so far. Because the Japanese Ryoyu Kobayashi only landed in 26th place, Geiger slipped into the yellow jersey for the first time in his career. “More is not possible. It’s something special, I’m incredibly pleased. The yellow jersey gets a special place,” Geiger said on ARD .the only way to avoid plagiarism in an argumentative essay is to
National coach Stefan Horngacher also praised: “It was time for Karl to finally win. He jumped very well on the tour.” Curious: A few hours earlier, combiner Vinzenz Geiger, who is distantly related to Karl Geiger, won in the same place. Geiger flew 104.5 and 103.5 meters on the rarely used normal hill in Fiemme Valley and clearly won with 294.6 points before Kraft and Kubacki. For the 26-year-old it was the third victory of his career after Engelberg 2018 and Willingen 2019. With 719 points he overtook Kobayashi (649) in the overall standings and was the first DSV-Adler to take over yellow since Richard Freitag in February 2018. Caused a surprise also Constantin Schmid, who finished fifth with the best result of his career. In the first round, the 20-year-old was only half a meter below the hill record of Poland’s Adam Malysz from 2003 with 107.0 meters.
Stephan Leyhe in sixth and Pius Paschke in eighth rounded off the first-class German result. Luca Roth came in 28th, Martin Hamann in 48th place was the only DSV eagle to miss the second round. Triple world champion Markus Eisenbichler did not start because of a hand injury. Source: ntv.de, sgi / sid “Exhausted, but happy: Karl Geiger after the tour finale. (Photo: imago images / Eibner Europe) After the grueling and exhausting For a few days at the Four Hills Tournament, ski jumper Karl Geiger is only looking forward to rest.
But that’s only available for a short time for the overall third. It will continue on the weekend – and this season there will be another great success. Karl Geiger started his longed-for free time with a can of beer. On the way out of the Sepp-Bradl-Stadion in Bischofshofen, the man from Allgäu stopped at the refrigerator in the press center, grabbed it courageously and said goodbye with a smile for a short break. “I’m glad that I can put my feet up,” said the third of the Four Hills Tournament.
Geiger wants to spend time with his family, recharge the battery. Then it’s all about World Cup points again this weekend in Italy. And they can still be important for what is currently the best German ski jumper. “There will be a short strength training at home, on Thursday we will travel to Predazzo and then the circus will continue as normal,” said national coach Stefan Horngacher soberly. After his furious tour performances with three second places, Geiger is only 25 points behind last year’s Japanese champion Ryoyu Kobayashi in the overall World Cup.
It was too early to think of the yellow jersey for the best jumper of the season, said Horngacher. The ski jumping expert from Austria also said: “Karl has the stability.” 1. Dawid Kubacki (POL) 1131.6 points 2. Marius Lindvik (NOR) 1111.03. Karl Geiger (GER) 1108.44.
Ryoyu Kobayashi (JPN) 1096.05. Stefan Kraft (AUT) 1086.06. Johann Andre Forfang (NOR) 777.17. Domen Prevc (SLO) 1050.98. Peter Prevc (SLO) 1048.89.
Daiki Ito (JAP) 1039.010. Stephan Leyhe (GER) 1037.5 His best jumper was never worse than eighth this season. Geiger is remarkably calm with his constant strength and the new attention of the public.
The 26-year-old doesn’t need the big hustle and bustle, he’s pretty much the opposite of what you would call a “ramp pig” or a “loudspeaker”. Geiger did not let himself be tempted to declare war, even after the famous tour appearances at the home competitions in Oberstdorf and Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Geiger is the analytical “engineer” in the team, not the extroverted proverb. Others in the German team are responsible for making pithy statements – Geiger’s friend and three-time world champion Markus Eisenbichler, for example.
A few weeks ago he described the difference between himself and his roommate, with whom he had experienced many sporting ups and downs, like “Yin and Yang”. “Karl is more of a thinker, he has to think everything through well. I’m more of an emotional jumper. One can learn something from the other and vice versa.” Geiger analyzes objectively and explains his jumps calmly and usually without major emotional fluctuations. His career has also been calm and steady. Geiger did not suddenly appear out of nowhere and win everything. His path to the top of the world has been a long and continuous one.
The “Bachelor of Engineering” in energy and environmental technology worked hard for success. For a long time Geiger was in the shadow of Severin Freund, Richard Freitag, Andreas Wellinger and Eisenbichler. He really took center stage at the World Championships last year in Seefeld, when Geiger won gold with the team and in the mixed team and won silver on the large hill. If he constantly calls up his touring performance, he can become the first German overall World Cup winner since Freund 2014/15. Geiger’s passion for jumping on skis developed early on.
As a child, he hopped over knolls and hills – initially with alpine skis. In his youth he also tried his hand at Nordic combined, training with the later Olympic champion Johannes Rydzek. But he “found nothing wrong with cross-country skiing,” he said with a laugh. Flying excited him all the more. “I enjoy the speed, the weightless feeling, it’s just cool,” said Geiger, describing his passion for ski jumping in “Bayerischer Rundfunk”. “You play with the limits.” When asked for his favorite word in the dialect of his home country, he says: “I am zfriede” (I am satisfied). He would also put this headline on his tour. Source: ntv.de, Thomas Eßer and Patrick Reichardt, dpa “Demonstrators carry Sudanese national flags at a protest against the military leadership in Sudan. (Photo: picture alliance / dpa) In Sudan, the ruling military council and the leaders of the protest movement on a joint transitional government.
The demonstrators recently increased the pressure on the army again. Tens of thousands recently took to the streets in several cities, and after months of power struggle, the ruling military council and the protest movement in Sudan have reached an agreement. After two days of negotiations in Khartoum, after two days of negotiations in Khartoum, they agreed to a transition period of about three years, during which they want to share power until democratic elections are scheduled, said African Union mediator Mohamed Hassan Lebatt. to celebrate after weeks of violence. Dozens of people were killed in the crackdown on a sit-in in early June. Talks between the military and the opposition were then broken off, and rapprochement was only achieved through mediation by the African Union.
According to Lebatt, the agreement that has now been reached provides for the establishment of a council in which the military and civilians will rotate during the transition period. In addition, an independent technocratic government is to be formed. The violence of the past weeks should be examined independently. Source: ntv.de, jki / rts “” People protest in Khartoum. (Photo: picture alliance / dpa) The power struggle in Sudan is heading in a new direction.
The opposition ended a general strike and agreed to negotiate with the country’s military council. An Ethiopian mediator is supposed to mediate. The opposition in Sudan has ended the strike that began on Sunday. She also says she wants to negotiate again with the military leadership with the help of an intermediary. Madani Abbas Madani, a leading representative of the trade union alliance SPA, said there were no direct talks, but only negotiated through an Ethiopian mediator with the military transition council.
The alliance is the organizer of the mass protests of the past months. The negotiations will therefore be about a so-called Sovereign Council, which will be the highest body of a future transitional government. The strike will also end, the SPA said on Twitter. Initially it was said that the strike would continue until the military leadership handed over power to a civilian interim government.
Many shops in the capital, Khartoum, remained closed on Tuesday, but some reopened. After months of mass protests, Sudan’s long-term ruler Omar Al-Bashir was ousted by the armed forces in April. Since then, the military leadership and the opposition have been negotiating the formation of a transitional government, but the talks then broke off. The point of contention was who will ultimately have the say in the Sovereign Council. Last week, security forces violently broke up a sit-in in Khartoum, according to a medical association, more than 100 people died and more than 500 others were injured. The opposition then called the strike.
In order to mediate between the two sides, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed traveled to Khartoum on Friday. Source: ntv.de, bad / dpa “” He jumped a great tour and got in great shape “: Karl Geiger. (Photo: imago images / Sammy Minkoff) Karl Geiger convinced at the last ski jumping of the Four Hills Tournament, but it was not enough for the first German overall victory since 2002. In the end, the Pole Dawid Kubacki lands at the top, Geiger is happy about third place. Karl Geiger, moved and proud, enjoyed the golden fireworks about Bischofshofen. After an outstanding Four Hills Tournament including the final flight show, the third overall place for Germany’s currently best ski jumper felt like a victory. “It was definitely the most beautiful tour, I’ve never been that good,” said the 26-year-old from Oberstdorf. The new hill king Dawid Kubacki from Poland, who won the final event, gave Geiger a warm and fair hug in the run önig: Dawid Kubacki. (Photo: imago images / Sammy Minkoff) National coach Stefan Horngacher was also completely happy at the end of his first tour as a German coach. “I’m definitely happy, especially with Karl.
He jumped a great tour and got in great shape. With third place overall you can really be seen. That’s great for Karl, “said the coach of his flagship jumper, who was second in the overall standings only to Kubacki and the Norwegian Marius Lindvik. While the Polish jumpers carried Kubacki on their shoulders through the stadium, Geiger was also exuberant and proud of ten outstanding days. “Today it was really good again and that makes me really happy,” said the 26-year-old on ARD.
After attempts at 140 and 136 meters on Monday, he made it to second place for the third time on this tour and thus defended his podium against defending champion Ryoyu Kobayashi (135.5 and 138 meters).