Andreas Wellinger jumped to his first World Cup win in Wisla Poland depriving the crowd of a home victory .
The 18-year-old German posted jumps of 127 and 128.5 meters.
He out styled Poland’s world champ Kamil Stoch who jumped further, but came second.
Stoch not entirely unhappy he leads the World Cup overall and can plot victory in the next World Cup jump still in Poland.
Austria’s Michael Hayboeck earned a career best third place he beat his more lauded compatriot, Four Hills Winner Thomas Diethart.
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