Anders Bardal, third-placed of this year's FIS Summer
Grand Prix, showed by far the best jumps in both
rounds with 139.5 m and 138.5 m and won the national
title with a total of 276.0 points.
Tom Hilde, who won the Norges Cup on the same hill
on Friday, jumped on 131 m and 132 m and came in
second with 250.5 points. The third place went to
Ole Marius Ingvaldsen with two jumps on 130.5 m
and 246.4 points.
Close behind fourth-placed Robert Johansson, Bjoern
Einar Romoeren came in on a very good fifth place.
The 32-year-old took part in his first competition
after a year-long break due to injury in the Norges
Cup a day before where he finished fourth.
"After only a few weeks of jumping training,
I can't say that I'm jumping very well. But I'm
happy that my jumps in the competition were better
than the average level in training. It would be
stupid to say that I'm not happy with my results,
but of course I want to jump better", Romoeren
wrote on his website romoeren.com.
The ladies' title went to Maren Lundby with 128.5
m and 130.5 m (248.3 points), clearly ahead of Helena
Olsson Smeby (120.5 m and 127.5 m; 225.0 points)
and Gyda Enger (121 m and 125.5 m; 219.8 points).
Top 10 Norwegian Championships, Trondheim HS
140; October 12, 2013
Rank Name Distance Points
1. Bardal, Anders 129.5 m - 128.5 m 276.0
2. Hilde, Tom 131 m - 132 m 250.5
3. Ingvaldsen, Ole Marius 130.5 m - 130.5 m 246.4
4. Johansson, Robert 125.5 m - 130 m 235.0
5. Romoeren, Bjoern Einar 128 m - 128.5 m 234.8
6. Stjernen, Andreas 126.5 m - 125 m 228.8
7. Hauer, Joachim 123 m - 128.5 m 227.3
8. Fuhre, Jan 123.5 m - 127 m 224.5
9. Sjoeen, Phillip 127.5 m - 124 m 224.3
10, Halvorsen, Espen Enger 125 m - 125 m 223.1