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Milestone for Poland in women’s ski jumping

03.02.2020 14:30
Poland’s Kinga Rajda finished sixth in a women’s ski-jumping World Cup event at the weekend, marking the best result for any Polish woman in the sport’s history.
Kinga Rajda, pictured in October 2019.
Kinga Rajda, pictured in October 2019.Photo: PAP/Grzegorz Momot

Austria’s Chiara Hölzl won the competition in Oberstdorf, Germany, on Sunday, ahead of runner-up Maren Lundby of Norway and another Austrian, Marita Kramer, in third place.

Poland’s Rajda produced jumps of 128 and 127 metres to secure her first-ever top 10 World Cup finish.

Previously the best a Polish female ski jumper had achieved was Rajda's 21st place in a competition in Sapporo, Japan, in January, Poland's PAP news agency reported.


Source: PAP