World Cup leader Prevc completes weekend ski jump sweep

ENGELBERG, Switzerland (AP) Peter Prevc of Slovenia set a hill record of 142 meters at Engelberg on Sunday to complete a weekend sweep of ski jump World Cup events.

Prevc now heads to the traditional Four Hills tournament as favorite and clear leader in the World Cup standings.

The 23-year-old Prevc added the record jump to a first-round leap of 138.5 for a winning points total of 304.2.

Michael Hayboeck of Austria was second with jumps of 136.5 and 135.5 meters to trail Prevc by 20 points.

Third-place Kenneth Gangnes of Norway had jumps of 135 and 132 meters.

With 100 World Cup points for victory, Prevc now leads by 165 from Severin Freund of Germany. Gangnes is third.

The Four Hills holiday classics start Dec. 28 at Oberstdorf, Germany.

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