Poland’s Kamil Stoch continued his good recent form as he clinched his fourth ski jumping World Cup of the season in Willingen on Sunday.
The reigning World Champion, who had already topped the podium on Saturday, endured a shaky start before carding the round’s best score on his second jump with 140.1 for a winning total of 271.4 points.
This win sees him move into top spot in the overall standings, 13 ahead of Severin Freund who was able to give the German crowd something to cheer about with this superb first attempt.
The local favourite cleared 141,5 metres in his first jump and 134 in his second for a total of 257,9 points, 10 more than third placed Peter Prevc of Slovenia.
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