Ski Jumping World Cup Results

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Associated Press

Posted on January 3, 2011 at 10:03 AM

Updated Monday, Jan 3 at 10:31 AM

INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP) — Results Monday in the third event of the 59th Four Hills Tournament (jump lengths in meters in parentheses):

1. Thomas Morgenstern, Austria, 266.5 points (129.5-126.5).

2. Adam Malysz, Poland, 257.5 (128.0-123.0).

3. Tom Hilde, Norway, 255.2 (127.5-122.0).

4. Simon Ammann, Switzerland, 252.7 (128.0-122.0).

5. Matti Hautamaeki, Finland, 249.7 (125.0-123.5).

6. Manuel Fettner, Austria, 247.0 (126.0-120.0).

7. Andreas Kofler, Austria, 243.6 (125.0-119.5).

8. Michael Uhrmann, Germany, 242.4 (121.5-126.5).

9. Wolfgang Loitzl, Austria, 241.8 (123.0-121.5).

10. Pascal Bodmer, Germany, 241.0 (122.5-120.0).

11. Peter Prevc, Slovenia, 239.4 (120.5-124.5).

12. Pawel Karelin, Russia, 236.8 (129.0-115.0).

13. Martin Koch, Austria, 235.9 (123.5-118.5).

14. Bjoern Einar Romoeren, Norway, 235.0 (128.5-115.0).

15. Anders Jacobsen, Norway, 234.3 (119.0-122.5).

16. Roman Koudelka, Czech Republic, 231.9 (121.0-118.0).

17. Anders Bardal, Norway, 231.7 (122.0-118.5).

18. Gregor Schlierenzauer, Austria, 230.7 (122.5-117.5).

19. Richard Freitag, Germany, 230.6 (123.5-116.5).

20. Johan Remen Evensen, Norway, 229.6 (122.0-121.0).

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Four Hills Standings
(After 3 events)

1. Thomas Morgenstern, Austria, 681.7 points.

2. Simon Ammann, Switzerland, 654.4.

3. Adam Malysz, Poland, 638.8.

4. Matti Hautamaeki, Finland, 638.4.

5. Manuel Fettner, Austria, 623.1.

6. Tom Hilde, Norway, 616.3.

7. Martin Koch, Austria, 616.1.

8. Wolfgang Loitzl, Austria, 610.8.

9. Michael Uhrmann, Germany, 593.2.

10. Anders Jacobsen, Norway, 592.3.

Overall World Cup Standings
(After 10 events)

1. Thomas Morgenstern, Austria, 823 points.

2. Andreas Kofler, Austria, 561.

3. Simon Ammann, Switzerland, 511.

4. Matti Hautamaeki, Finland, 476.

5. Adam Malysz, Poland, 454.

6. Ville Larinto, Finland, 342.

7. Tom Hilde, Norway, 286.

8. Wolfgang Loitzl, Austria, 244.

9. Manuel Fettner, Austria, 239.

10. Pawel Karelin, Russia, 237.

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