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Ski-jumping: Poland’s Stoch second in Rasnov

19.02.2021 19:17
Polish three-time Olympic champion Kamil Stoch came second in Friday’s ski-jumping World Cup competition in Rasnov, Romania.
Polands Kamil Stoch in action at Rasnov, Romania.
Poland’s Kamil Stoch in action at Rasnov, Romania. Photo: EPA/ROBERT GHEMENT

The event was won by Japan’s Ryoyu Kobayashi, while Poles Dawid Kubacki and Piotr Żyła finished fourth and fifth.

The competition was marked by a surprising twist which caused the final podium line-up to be reshuffled.

Norway’s Halvor Egner Granerud was announced the winner after a jump that saw him soaring 96.5 metres. He started celebrating, only to be told he was disqualified for a suit that did not meet the rules.

Stoch will lead the Polish ski-jumping contingent at the 2021 Nordic World Ski Championships, which are due to begin in Germany next week.


Source: PAP