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Norway's Anders Fannemel wins ski jump World Cup event



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TITISEE-NEUSTADT, Germany (AP) — Norway's Anders Fannemel won a ski jump World Cup event on Sunday for his second victory of the season.

Fannemel had the longest jumps in both rounds, 135.5 and 143.5 meters, for a total of 285.2 points. That was 10.4 points more than Poland's Kamil Stoch, who jumped 130 and 137.5.

Roman Koudelka of the Czech Republic was third with jumps of 131.5 and 140.5 for 273.3 points.

Germany's Severin Freund, who won the previous two events, was leading after a first jump of 137 meters but was disqualified over a weight violation.

Stefan Kraft was fifth to extend his overall lead. The Austrian has 1,208 points, ahead of Slovenia's Peter Prevc on 1,150. Koudelka is third, ahead of Freund with nine events remaining.

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