Norway’s Daniel-André Tande won the event in Wisła, southern Poland, ahead of second-placed Slovenian Anže Lanišek.
Poland's Piotr Żyła crashed badly after landing on his first jump and did not finish Sunday's competition. But the team doctor later said the Pole suffered no more than a slight abrasion of the skin on his face and should be fit to compete in the next World Cup event in Kuusamo, Finland.
Poland's Piotr Żyła leaves the landing zone after crashing in his first jump during the competition in Wisła on Sunday. Photo: PAP/Grzegorz Momot
A day earlier, Poland took third place in the World Cup season-opening team competition in their home country.
The Polish team, comprising Piotr Żyła, Jakub Wolny, Dawid Kubacki and Stoch, a triple Olympic champion, on Saturday finished behind winners Austria and runners-up Norway.
Polish ski jumpers Kamil Stoch, Dawid Kubacki, Piotr Żyła and Jakub Wolny celebrate finishing third in a season-opening World Cup team competition in Wisła, southern Poland, on Sunday. Photo: PAP/Grzegorz Momot
The 2019/2020 ski-jumping World Cup circuit features a total of 36 competitions, including six team events, in various countries.
After Wisła, the series will come to Poland again this season for events in the mountain resort of Zakopane on January 25-26.
Polish ski jumpers dominated last World Cup season as a team, winning the circuit's Nations Cup overall.
Source: TVP, PAP
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