No Polish skier managed to get in the podium of their Large Hill World Cup competition in Zakopane, after being second place in the team competition yesterday.
First place was the man from Lillehammer, Marius Lindvik (NOR), who scored a total of 296.5 points, with a jump of 145.5 meters in the second round. This is his first win this season.
Anze Lanisek (SLO) had the best jump in the first round (145 points) and the second one was even better (149.2) but a light air from behind affected him and his 143.5 meters gave him silver.
Another Norwegian, Robert Johansson, took bronze, ahead of Daniel Huber (AUT), team winner yesterday.
The best Polish was Andrzej Stekala, fifth place. Stoch was 11th and Kubacki 15th.
Halvor Egner Granerud (NOR) had another disappointing day and he was only 23th but he still leads the overall World Cup standings thanks to his six wins.