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Finland (AP) Defending ski jump World Cup champion Gregor Schlierenzauer of Austria earned his first victory of the season Friday with a second jump of 143 meters to beat Germany's Marinus Kraus by half a point. Schlierenzauer had been 15th after
Germany (AP) Defending World Cup champion Gregor Schlierenzauer of Austria refused to compete at the opening individual ski jumping event of the season Sunday in protest against a decision to go ahead with the competition in windy conditions.
Triple Olympic ski jumping gold medallist Thomas Morgenstern of Austria admitted Friday that he missed a doping control. "I missed a test. Now I have a subscription with Nada (the Austrian anti-doping agency)," he told the Tiroler Tageszeitung (TT)
Austrian ski jumper Gregor Schlierenzauer won his second World Cup overall title with four races to spare after finishing fifth yesterday...That gave him 1381 points and an unassailable lead in the season standings...With wins in the season-ending
Richard Freitag of Germany won a large hill event on the ski jump World Cup on Sunday, while Gregor Schlierenzauer of Austria failed to clinch the overall title after only finishing 15th. Freitag led after the first round and sailed 128.5 meters with
Richard Freitag of Germany did just enough to win a closely contested ski jump World Cup event on Saturday, while Austria's Gregor Schlierenzauer extended his overall lead by finishing third. Freitag flew 209.0 meters in the first heat and 206.5 in
In the morning, Schlierenzauer took the lead after the first jump of 193.5 metres and cleared 211.0 metres in the second for a combined 421.7 points in windy conditions. Robert Kranjec of Slovenia finished second with 421.4 points after jumping 197.0
Results Saturday from a women's ski jumping World Cup: Normal Hill 1. Sarah Hendrickson, United States, 243.6 points (97.5-98.5 meters)...Daniela Iraschko, Austria, 390. (tie) Anette Sagen, Norway, 361.
Gregor Schlierenzauer won his second straight Four Hills ski jumping title Sunday, extending Austria's unbeaten run in the prestigious competition to five years. Schlierenzauer, who led the standings after the first three events, beat main challenger
Anders Jacobsen of Norway bounced back in the second heat and edged defending champion Gregor Schlierenzauer of Austria to win his second straight stop of the Four Hills ski jumping tour on Tuesday. Jacobsen uncorked a jump of 143 meters in the