TITISEE-NEUSTADT, Germany — World champion Kamil Stoch of Poland beat four-time Olympic champion Simon Ammann on Sunday for his first ski jump World Cup win of the season.
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Stoch took the lead with a jump of 142.5 meters in the first round and held off Ammann's challenge with 138.5 in the second for a total of 300.7 points.
Ammann equaled Stoch's first-round jump for distance but was fifth on judges' points. Ammann finished with 292.9 points.
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Japan's Noriaki Kasai was third with jumps of 139.5 and 137.5 for 292.0 points.
Saturday's winner, Thomas Morgenstern of Austria, crashed on his landing after a jump of 141.0 and was airlifted by helicopter to a hospital in nearby Freiburg.