KUUSAMO, Finland — Strong winds have forced the cancellation of the ski jump World Cup event after 37 jumps.
Poland's Stefan Hula was leading with a jump of 138 meters Saturday when the jury decided to stop because of gusts.
It was unclear whether the competition would be rescheduled.
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