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Jumper Jacobsen wins again on home soil

VIKERSUND, Norway — Anders Jacobsen won a World Cup ski jump event on Saturday.

VIKERSUND, Norway — Anders Jacobsen won a World Cup ski jump event on Saturday.
    The 21-year-old Norwegian, who won the prestigious Four Hills event last weekend, jumped 208 and 193.5 meters to go from third to first and claim his third career World Cup event with a total score of 388.3 points.
    Thomas Morgenstern of Austria was second with jumps of 206 and 189.5 meters for 384.1 points. Matti Hautamaki of Finland finished third with leaps of 190 and 201 meters.
    Andreas Widholzl, who led with a first jump of 212.5, finished sixth after also leaping 174.5 meters.


World Cup ski jumping
VIKERSUND, Norway — Results Saturday from a World Cup ski jumping meet (individual jumps in parantheses and in meters):
1. Anders Jacobsen, Norway, 388.3 (208-193.5)
2. Thomas Morgenstern, Austria, 384.1 (206-189.5)
3. Matti Hautamaki, Finland, 377.7 (190-201)
4. Janne Ahonen, Finland, 374.0 (202.5-187.5)
5. Harri Olli, Finland, 369.3 (197.5-191.5)
6. Andreas Widholzl, Austria, 366.9 (212.5-174.5)
7. Arttu Lappi, Finland, 365.2 (195.5-188)
8. Adam Malysz, Poland, 362.5 (176.5-206)
9. Michael Uhrmann, Germany, 360.8 (183.5-195.5)
10. Martin Koch, Austria, 358.6 (177-203.5)
11. Simon Ammann, Switzerland, 358.1 (185.5-192.5)
12. Bjoern Einar Romoeren, Norway 355.5 (173.5-201.5)
13. Robert Kranjec, Slovenia, 353.3 (184.5-189.5)
14. Dimitry Vassiljev, Russia, 353.1 (180.5-192.5)
15. Arthur Pauli, Austria, 348.3 (171.5-200)
16. Balthasar Schneider, Austria, 343.4 (185.5-181.5)
17. Rok Urbanc, Slovenia, 333.7 (177-181.5)
18 Andreas Kuttel, Switzerland, 332.2 (170.5-188)
19. Jan Matura, Czech Republic 321.6 (191.5-159)
20. Jorg Ritzerfeld, Germany, 311.3 (171.5-172.5)
21. Tom Hilde, Norway, 310.1 (168.5-174.5)
22. Dimitrij Ipatov, Russia, 309.8 (167.5-176.5)
23. Andreas Kofler, Austria, 306.4 (169-170.5)
24. Anders Bardal, Norway, 305.8 (162.5-176.5)
25. Kamil Stoch, Poland, 303.8 (164.5-174.5)
26. Tami Kiuru, Finland, 294.8 (184-147.5)
27. Lukas Hlava, Czech Republic, 291.3 (167-162)
28. Ilja Rosliakov, Russia, 291.1 (178.5-149.5)
29. Stefan Hula, Poland, 283.1 (171.5-151.5)
30. Radik Zjaparov, Kasakhstan, 269.1 (168-147.5)

 

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