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TITISEE-NEUSTADT, Germany (AP) — Norway's team held off Poland's challenge to win a ski jumping World Cup on Saturday.

Daniel Andre Tande led his Norwegian teammates to a total of 1083.6 points, edging the Polish team by just 0.8 of a point.

Germany, with 1054.7, finished third.

Germany's Richard Freitag produced the longest jump, soaring 143.5 meters.

An individual competition was scheduled for Sunday at Titisee-Neustadt.

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