Fourth World Cup win for Malysz

Fourth World Cup win for Malysz

More than 15.000 spectators of the third competition in Planica saw Adam Malysz from Poland (220 m) winning for the third time in the row and securing his fourth world cup win. Second place in the today’s competition went to Simon Ammann from Switzerland (217,5 m), and third place to Martin Koch  from Austrija (216,5 m).

Sigurd Petersen from Norway was fourth (218.5 meters) and Thomas Morgenstern from Austria fifth (209,5 meters). Matti Hautamaeki (Finland), Olli Harri (Finland), Anders Jacobsen (Norway), Tom Hilde (Norway) and Roar Ljoekelsoey (Norway) also made it to the top ten.

The 2006/2007 World Cup Winner is Adam Malysz with 1145 points, the runner-up is Anders Jacobsen (1319 points). Simon Amman is third with 1167 points.

The nations cup winner is Austria with 5088 points, followed by Norway on the second place (3710 points) and Switzerland on the third place (2442 points).

- Official results
- Photo gallery
- Ski jumpers' statements

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