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UPDATE: Polish ski-jumper Stoch triumphs in Germany

09.01.2021 18:49
Polish triple Olympic champion Kamil Stoch won Saturday's ski-jumping World Cup competition in Titisee-Neustadt, Germany, while his countryman Piotr Żyła finished third.
Polands Kamil Stoch in action at Titisee-Neustadt on Saturday.
Poland’s Kamil Stoch in action at Titisee-Neustadt on Saturday. Photo: EPA/RONALD WITTEK

Stoch’s triumph, hot on the heels of his victory in the Four Hills tournament earlier this week, saw him equalling legendary Polish jumper Adam Małysz’s record of 39 wins in World Cup competitions.

Saturday’s event saw an exceptional performance by team Poland, with Andrzej Stękała finishing fifth, Dawid Kubacki seventh, Jakub Wolny 11th and Paweł Wąsek 28th.

Norway’s Halvor Egner Granerud came second.

Kubacki had been leading after the first round but hit difficult conditions on his second jump.

Kamil Stoch celebrates his win. Photo: EPA/RONALD WITTEK Kamil Stoch celebrates his win. Photo: EPA/RONALD WITTEK


Source: IAR