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World Cup in Wisla: Kubacki wins the opening competition – Germans are not in the lead

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The Polish world-class ski jumper Dawid Kubacki won the opening singles in Wisla. After jumps of 130.5 and 132.5 meters, the 2019 World Champion distanced himself from the rest of the competition in his home country on Saturday.

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The Polish world-class ski jumper Dawid Kubacki won the opening singles in Wisla. After jumps of 130.5 and 132.5 meters, the 2019 World Champion distanced himself from the rest of the competition in his home country on Saturday.

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Norway’s Halvor Egner Granerud and Austria’s Stefan Kraft completed the podium in the competition, which was held on mats. Kubacki also gets the yellow jersey of the overall leader before the second individual on Sunday (4 p.m. / ARD and Eurosport).

The German team around Karl Geiger fell short of expectations. Leading figure Geiger only finished 34th and didn’t even get any World Cup points. Markus Eisenbichler (13th) and Andreas Wellinger (23rd) did not make it into the top ten either. Surprisingly, the best German was Pius Paschke, who finished twelfth after jumps of 122.5 and 122 meters.

Source: Stern

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