Another Pole, Dawid Kubacki, finished runner-up in the Lillehammer competition, which was part of this season’s ski-jumping World Cup circuit and also marked the fifth leg of the Raw Air 10-day series of events in Norway.
Countryman Stefan Hula came in ninth in Tuesday’s competition, adding to a highly successful day for Poland.
After the first round of jumps, Hula was third, prompting fans to expect a clean podium sweep for his country.
This year’s Raw Air tournament began at the end of last week and runs until March 18 on four different hills across Norway: in Oslo, Lillehammer, Trondheim, and Vikersund. The tournament comprises a total of 16 rounds of jumps from individual events, team events and qualifications.
The 2017/2018 ski-jumping World Cup features 31 competitions, including eight team events, in eight countries.
Source: TVP 1