Poland's Kamil Stoch extends lead in ski jumping World Cup after victory in Lillehammer

Poland's Stoch extends lead in ski jumping World Cup
By Sportsbeat

13/03/2018 at 21:54Updated 13/03/2018 at 22:14

Olympic champion Kamil Stoch reinforced his lead in the in the ski jumping World Cup on with victory at Lillehammer on Tuesday.

Poland's Stoch produced jumps of 140.5 and 141 metres to notch his sixth win of the season, finishing ahead of compatriot Dawid Kubacki and Norway's Robert Johansson.

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Last month in PyeongChang Stoch managed to hold his nerve to retain his large hill individual title.

It was Stoch, 30, third gold in the Winter Olympics. And the 2013/14 World Cup champion now leads nearest rival Richard Freitag of Germany by 190 points with four events remaining as the circuit next heads to Trondheim on Thursday.