Kamil Stoch leads Poland to victory in ski jumping World Cup

KLINGENTHAL, Germany (AP) Kamil Stoch helped Poland to victory over Germany in a ski jumping World Cup team event on Saturday.

The double Olympic champion, who also won Friday's qualification, soared 139.0 meters with his first jump and 140.0 with his second, earning 294.8 points toward Poland's total of 1,128.7.

The Poland team, completed by Piotr Zyla, Dawid Kubacki and Maciej Kot, finished 41.5 points ahead of the German team of Markus Eisenbichler, Andreas Wellinger, Richard Freitag and Severin Freund.

Austria was third, ahead of Norway and Slovenia.

The men's individual competition takes place Sunday.

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