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Poland's Kamil Stoch wins World Cup ski jump on home turf

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ZAKOPANE, Poland — Poland's Kamil Stoch won a World Cup ski jump event in his home country on Sunday, coming ahead of Austria's Stefan Kraft and German's Severin Freund.

PHOTO: Second placed Stefan Kraft of Austria, left, first placed Kamil Stoch of Poland, center, and third placed Severin Freund of Gemrnay, right, celebrate on the podium after the competition of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cupin Zakopane, Poland, Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015.(AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
Second placed Stefan Kraft of Austria, left, first placed Kamil Stoch of Poland, center, and third placed Severin Freund of Gemrnay, right, celebrate on the podium after the competition of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cupin Zakopane, Poland, Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015.(AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

Two-time Olympic gold winner Stoch had jumps of 134 and 133 meters to gain a total of 276.2 points on the large hill in Zakopane — just 2.3 ahead of Kraft with 273.9.

Freund was third, ahead of Slovenia's Peter Prevc.

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