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Ski jumping: Poland wins World Cup team event in Klingenthal

14.12.2019 19:24
Polish ski jumpers on Saturday won the team event at the World Cup in Klingenthal, Germany.
Polands Kamil Stoch in action at Klingenthal on Saturday
Poland’s Kamil Stoch in action at Klingenthal on Saturday Photo: EPA/FILIP SINGER

The Polish squad, comprising Piotr Żyła, Jakub Wolny, Kamil Stoch and Dawid Kubacki, finished ahead of Austria and Japan.

The individual competition was scheduled to be held in Klingenthal on Sunday afternoon.

Last month, Poland took third place in the World Cup season-opening team competition in their home country, finishing behind winners Austria and runners-up Norway.

The 2019/2020 ski-jumping World Cup circuit features a total of 36 competitions, including six team events, in various countries.

The series will come to Poland again this season for events in the southern 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: PAP