The 25-year-old from Salzburg kept her nerves in the decision and managed to jump from fifth to first place. With jumps of 125.5 and 126.5 m and 260.1 points, she still had the upper hand in front of the Slovenian Ema Klinec (254.6) and the Norwegian Anna Odine Ström (253.1). For Kreuzer it was the second win of the season and the eighth overall.
The overall World Cup leader, Eva Pinkelnig, dropped from seventh to eleventh place (231.3) in the second round. Julia Mühlbacher (17th / 210.5), Jacqueline Seifriedsberger (22nd / 198.7), Sara Marita Kramer (24th / 195.8) and Hannah Wiegele (25th / 195.6) missed the leap into the top 15. On Sunday (2.15 p.m.) the next competition on the Holmenkollen is already on the agenda.