The Pole produced jumps of 143 and 140.5 metres to comfortably outdistance his rivals and win Monday’s competition, ahead of runner-up Karl Geiger of Germany and third-placed Marius Lindvik of Norway.
Kubacki captured the coveted tournament crown with an overall score of 1,131.6 points after four competitions, 20.6 more than Lindvik and 23.2 points ahead of Geiger.
Poland's Dawid Kubacki poses with his trophy as the overall winner of the 68th Four Hills Tournament, in Bischofshofen, Austria, on Monday. Photo: EPA/RONALD WITTEK
Overall winner Dawid Kubacki of Poland (centre), overall second-placed Marius Lindvik of Norway (left), and overall third-placed Karl Geiger of Germany (right) during a prize-giving ceremony after the fourth stage of the 68th Four Hills Tournament, in Bischofshofen, Austria, on January 6, 2020. Photo: EPA/CHRISTIAN BRUNA
Kubacki's victory on Monday came after the 29-year-old Polish ski jumper placed second in the third leg of this season's Four Hills Tournament in Innsbruck, Austria, on Saturday.
On New Year’s Day, Kubacki finished third in the second stage of the tournament in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.
The Pole finished third in the opening event of the 2019/2020 Four Hills Tournament in Oberstdorf, Germany, on December 29.
The Four Hills Tournament, which is part of the ski-jumping World Cup circuit, features a series of four competitions taking place in Germany and Austria every year.
Poland’s triple Olympic champion Kamil Stoch won the Four Hills Tournament in 2017 and 2018.
Earlier Adam Małysz took the title for Poland in 2001.
Kubacki in March last year took the gold and Stoch grabbed the silver in the normal hill event at the Nordic world ski championships in Austria.
Czech Michal Doležal last year took over as the head coach of the Polish men’s ski-jumping team to replace Austrian Stefan Horngacher.
Source: TVP, PAP