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Ski jumping: Poles grab second and third in Finland

28.11.2020 20:30
Polish ski jumpers took second and third places in a World Cup individual competition in the Finnish resort of Ruka on Saturday.
Piotr Żyła in action in Ruka on Saturday.
Piotr Żyła in action in Ruka on Saturday. Photo: EPA/KIMMO BRANDT

Piotr Żyła finished the runner-up, ahead of fellow Pole Dawid Kubacki.

The winner was Germany’s Markus Eisenbichler, who also came first in the World Cup opener last week in Wisła, southern Poland.

At Saturday’s event in Finland, Poland’s Klemens Murańka finished ninth, ahead of three other of his countrymen: Andrzej Stękała in 11th place, Kamil Stoch in 12th, and Paweł Wąsek in 22nd.

Polish ski jumpers finished third in last week’s World Cup team competition on home turf in Wisła.

(pk)

Source: PAP