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    Zniszczoł Sets Personal Best in Raw Air Finale

    Zniszczoł, a Polish ski jumper, soared to new heights in the final leg of the Raw Air series, setting a personal record for the longest jump.

    In the culmination of the Raw Air competition, consisting of three series, Zniszczoł showcased his prowess in the first round, establishing a personal best in flight length. Despite tough competition, including seasoned jumpers like Kraft and Huber, Zniszczoł’s impressive performance did not go unnoticed.

    Raw Air Series Concludes with Kraft’s Third Victory

    The Raw Air series concluded with Austrian jumper Kraft clinching his third career victory, amassing the highest points across competitions and prologues in Oslo, Trondheim, and Vikersund. Kraft’s consistency in performance over the years solidified his status as one of the sport’s elite competitors.

    Poland’s Zniszczoł Shines Despite Stiff Competition

    Among Polish contenders, Zniszczoł stood out, securing a commendable ninth position overall. His remarkable leap in the final leg not only earned him recognition but also highlighted his potential for future successes on the international stage.

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