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    Thrilling Finish at Lahti World Cup: Zniszczoł Secures Third Place

    Excitement filled the air as the Lahti World Cup unfolded, with Aleksander Zniszczoł clinching third place in the HS 130 event. Austrian Jan Hoerl emerged victorious in a thrilling Sunday showdown.

    Spectacular Start: Qualifications and Opening Round

    The action kicked off with qualifying rounds where Zniszczoł led for a significant stretch, ultimately finishing fourth. The absence of Kazakh athletes added intrigue to the series’ start. The first round endured nearly 80 minutes amidst challenging wind conditions. Zniszczoł’s impressive leap of 128.5 meters stood out, securing him a strong position despite tough competition.

    The final round saw intense competition with remarkable performances from Fettner and Ryoyu Kobayashi. Zniszczoł’s leap of 129.5 meters solidified his third-place finish, marking his first podium in a long career. As the Lahti event concludes, attention shifts to Oslo for the Raw Air series, promising more thrilling ski jumping action across Norway’s iconic venues.

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