More than 22.000 spectators in Planica saw the Polish ski jumper Adam Malysz almost securing the first place of the ski jumping World Cup 2006/2007, before the tomorrow's final competition of the season. He was the big winner of today’s competition with the 210.5 in 217.5 meters long flights (419.6 points).
His biggest competitor for the world cup win Anders Bardal from Norway was second today with 417.7 points (209 and 217 meters). He is now 66 points behind Malysz. Martin Koch from Austria was third with 417.4 points (215,5 and 211,5 meters).
Roar Ljoekelsoey from Norway was fourth with 415.1 points, Andreas Kofler from Austria fifth with 412.4 points, Anders Bardal from Norway sixth with 212,2 points, Robert Kranjec from Slovenia seventh with 411.7 points, Simon Ammann from Switzerland eight with 409.8 points, Janne Ahonen from Finland ninth with 404.6 points and Bjoern Einar Romoeren from Norway tenth with 403.1 points.