Malysz ties record, gets second career ski jump win
TITISEE-NEUSTADT, Germany -- Adam Malysz of Poland tied the hill record on his second leap Saturday to win a World Cup ski jump event.
Malysz won his second World Cup victory in eight days and 31st of his career with the 145.0-meter jump, matching the mark held by Germany's Sven Hannavald.
Combined with a first jump of 138.5, Malysz finished with 293.8 points.
Andreas Kofler of Austria was second with 285.3, followed by World Cup leader Anders Jacobsen of Norway with 278.9.
Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press
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