Unstoppable! Dawid Kubacki scored a second consecutive victory in the competition at the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Titisee-Neustadt, Germany, on Sunday.
With an advantage after the first round, his second jump of 133.5 m and the best technical performance, the Pole outdid Japanese Ryoyu Kobayashi and Sloven Timi Zajc who came second and third respectively.
In the second round Poland’s Piotr Żyła landed at 129.5 metres, gaining 8th place in the Sunday competition. Meanwhile, Polish Kamil Stoch came 24th. Other Poles. namely Stefan Hula, Aleksander Zniszczoł and Maciej Kot came 39th, 41st, and 49th respectively.
Kubacki dominated the ramp from the first round when he landed at a distance of 143 metres. Although Japanese Ryoyu Kobayashi jumped even further landing at 147 metres, he suffered a penalty of 15.8 points due to favourable wind. The first round concluded with Kubacki taking the lead, followed by two Japanese competitors Kobayashi and Yukiya Sato.
Saturday's competition, also in Titisee-Neustadt, was won by Kubacki as well.