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  1. Norwegians sweep the podium, Kamil Stoch takes the titles

    Big wins today Kamil Stoch and the Norwegian team of head coach Alexander Stoeckl. In the final Ski Flying event of the RAW AIR in Vikersund, the Norwegians Robert Johansson (444.3 points), Andreas Stjernen (438.9 points) and Daniel Andre Tande (436.6 points) showed an outstanding performance and swept the podium. Kamil Stoch of Poland, who finished sixth today, took the well-deserved overall title of the RAW AIR. With today's result, Stoch also claimed the overall World Cup title. 

  2. That's big: The Mini Raw Air
    A former world record holder and a 4-Hills-Tournament winner are announcing right at the hill, four cameras provide the right shots, the King's Guards are performing during the opening ceremony and the outrun and the exit gate looks just like it does when the stars are jumping, just a little bit smaller. It's the greatest day in sports yet for the very young athletes in the arena of Vikersund.
  3. Great interest in FIS Cup final in Sweden
    The final events of this season's FIS Cup were held this weekend in Falun (SWE). The competition in the host city of the World Championships 2015 attracted big crowds of spectators.
  4. Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes not able to compete due to health problems
    Canada's Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes was not able to compete in the Ski Flying event in Vikersund due to a sickness.
  5. Outstanding local heroes soar to victory
    The Olympic champions from Norway were unbeatable in the team competition on the "Monsterbakken" in Vikersund. Daniel Andre Tande, Johann Andre Forfang, Andreas Stjernen and Robert Johansson showed an outstanding performance on the HS 240 Ski Flying hill on Saturday. The Norwegians scored a total of 1567.3 points and had a record lead of 265.6 points over the second-placed team of Poland. The third place went to Slovenia. 
  6. COC-M: First win this season for Stefan Huber
    Stefan Huber of Austria won the first competition on the final weekend of this Continental Cup season in Chaikovsky (RUS).
  7. Kamil Stoch close ahead of Johansson and Stjernen
    Kamil Stoch won the final qualification of the RAW AIR 2018 on Friday evening in Vikersund with 242 m (207.1 points) close ahead of the two Norwegians Robert Johansson (205.6 points) and Andreas Stjernen (203.2 points). Stoch has now won on every day of the RAW AIR, except for Sunday's individual competition in Oslo.
  8. Next win for Kamil Stoch
    Kamil Stoch of Poland continues to dominate the Ski Jumping circuit. In a breathtaking competition in Trondheim (NOR) on Thursday evening, he claimed his 29th win in the World Cup, the seventh this season. And Stoch also further extended his lead in the RAW AIR. The second and third place today went to Austria's Stefan Kraft and Norway's Robert Johansson. 
  9. Kamil Stoch on top also in Trondheim
    Kamil Stoch, who took a dominant win on Tuesday in Lillehammer, was also the best in the qualification at the third stop of the RAW AIR 2018 in Trondheim.
  10. Another outstanding performance by Kamil Stoch
    Kamil Stoch of Poland claimed the 28th World Cup win of his career on Tuesday in Lillehammer (NOR) with jumps of 140.5 m and 141 m (306.4 points). The three-time Olympic champion came in ahead of his teammate Dawid Kubacki (278.7 points) and local hero Robert Johansson (273.3 points).