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Piotr Żyła triumphs at Poland’s summer ski jump tournament

13.10.2019 12:30
Polish ski jumper Piotr Żyła has won the Polish ski jumping championship at the Skalite hill in Szczyrk, southern Poland. 
Piotr Żyła at the Polish summer ski jumping championship in Szczyrk
Piotr Żyła at the Polish summer ski jumping championship in SzczyrkPAP/Grzegorz Momo

Żyła leaped 111m in the second round and scored 266.4 points. He beat the Szczyrk hill summer record, set at 110.5 m by Austrians Claudio Moerth and Maximilian Lienher in July.

Triple Olympic champion Kamil Stoch won the silver, with 263.9 points. Stefan Hula was third, with 262.7 points, after leaping 107 m in the second round.

In the women’s competition, Kinga Rajda won gold, after leaping 91 m in the first and 93.5m in the second jump.

Joanna Szwab won the silver medal with jumps reaching 88 and 92 meters.
Nicole Konderla scooped the bronze. She first jumped 88.5 m and came second. However, she failed to maintain her lead over Szwab in the final round.
(aba)
Source: Onet