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World Cup ski jumping event cancelled due to strong winds

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Strong winds have today forced the cancellation of the third leg of the Four Hills ski jumping series in the World Cup in Innsbruck, Austria. FIS race director, Walter Hofer, called off the jumps after the forecast for Friday afternoon gave little hope of an improvement in the gusty conditions....Apparently, it was the first cancellation in the 56-year history of the event.

The third leg will now be on Saturday in Bischofshofen, Austria, and the final will be staged at the same place Sunday.

Austrian teenager, Gregor Schlierenzauer, currently leads the prestigious annual competition after winning the second leg in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany) on Tuesday. Thomas Morgenstern (Austria) won the first leg in Oberstdorf (Germany) on Sunday. Morgenstern continues to dominate the World Cup standings with 800 points.

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