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Ski jumping: Poles third and fourth in Predazzo

12.01.2020 23:30
Poland’s Dawid Kubacki on Sunday finished third in a World Cup ski jumping competition in Predazzo, Italy.
Third-placed Dawid Kubacki celebrates on the podium in Predazzo
Third-placed Dawid Kubacki celebrates on the podium in Predazzo Photo: EPA/ANDREA SOLERO

His countrymen Kamil Stoch and Piotr Żyła finished in equal fourth place.

The event was won by Germany’s Karl Geiger.

Sunday’s competition saw the same competitors mounting the podium in the same order as on Saturday.

Austria’s Stefan Kraft came second on both days.

The next two World Cup competitions take place next weekend in Titisee-Neustadt, Germany.

Kubacki last Monday became the third Polish ski jumper to claim the overall Four Hills Tournament title after soaring to victory in the final stage of the prestigious annual series in Bischofshofen, Austria.

(pk)

Source: PAP