Slovenia's Peter Prevc triumphed in the third leg of ski jumping's Four Hills Tournament in Innsbruck. His winning second jump of 132.0 meters put him closer to the overall title ahead of Germany's Severin Freund.
The 65th edition of the Four Hills Tournament is set to begin. This year there are many contenders for the title. Here we answer some of the key questions about the ski-jumping event.
Daniel Andre Tande has taken the overall lead in the Four Hills Tournament after winning the third event. This came after the the day's ski jumping had to be cut short due to wind and the onset of darkness.
Norway's Daniel-Andre Tande's leap of 139.0 meters won him 157.5 points and top spot in qualifying for the first of this year's Four Hills events. Markus Eisenbichler (pictured) leads the Germans, qualifying in sixth.
Hopes were at an all time high for the 28-year-old ski jumper at the 65th edition of the Four Hills Tournament. Unfortunately for Freund, he was forced to withdraw following his doctor's instructions.
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