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Morgenstern jumps to victory yet again

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Thomas Morgenstern (Austria) set a ski jump record with his 6th straight World Cup win of the season on Saturday. He became the first ski jumper to open a World Cup season with six straight victories. The Olympic champion won with jumps of 132.5m and 133.0m for 260.4 points, beating compatriot Andreas Kofler (134.5m and 128.5 m), who came 2nd with 254.4 points. Norway's Tom Hilde (133.5m and 129.5m) was 3rd with 252.9 points....Morgenstern now has a total of 600 points, which is nearly twice his closest rival, fellow Austrian Gregor Schlierenzauer, who has 349.

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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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Morgenstern failed to win a record 7th straight event in World Cup ski jumping today, finishing 3rd. He was beaten by Andreas Kuettel (Switzerland), who won with jumps of 125.5m and 136m in the large hill for 252.7 points.

Austria's Gregor Schlierenzauer was 2nd with 248.9 points after jumps of 124.5m and 136m. Morgenstern came 3rd with jumps of 124.5m and 135m for 246.6 points, ending.

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