Like already on Saturday, the two Slovenes Cene
Prevc and Miran Zupancic were the best also in the
second Continental Cup competition in Kuopio, Finland.
18-year-old Cene Prevc dominated on the large hill
at the Puijo with 133.5 m and 128 m and a total
of 258.0 points. This means that the jumper of Kranj
was on the podium in five of the six Continentalcups
this summer, he won three of them.
Once again the second place went to Miran Zupancic
with 130 m and 123 m (243.3 points). For him it
was already the fourth Top 3 result in the last
The hosts could also celebrate a top result on Sunday.
With Olli Muotka in third a Finn made it to the
podium in this event. With 127.5 m and 124.5 m (230.5
points) he overtook Germany's Stephan Leyhe, who
was third at halftime and came in fourth in the
The two best Poles in this competition were Aleksander
Zniszczol and Bartlomiej Klusek in fifth and sixth.
Behind Russia's Anton Kalinitschenko (7th), Mitja
Meznar finished eighth and with Andraz Pograjc in
tenth a total of four Slovenes were in the Top 10.
Junior World Champion Jakub Woly came in ninth,
his teammate Stefan Hula had some bad luck. The
Pole, who was sixth after the first round, showed
the longest jump of the round with 133.5 m in the
final but he fell and so the 27-year-old finished
Cene Prevc now has a clear lead in the overall ranking
with 482 points. Miran Zupanic is second with 343
points, Jakub Wolny follows in third (214 points).