Schlierenzauer siegt in Zakopane

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Einen Tag nach dem enttäuschenden 18. Platz stellt Schlierenzauer die Hackordnung wieder her.

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EPAepa03017013 (L-R) Thomas Morgenstern, Wolfgang Loitzl, Andreas Kofler and Gregor Schlierenzauer celebrate after winning the Nordic Ski Jumping HS 142 Team Competition in Kuusamo, Finland, 27 November 2011. Austria topped Japan and Russia to claim victo

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EPAepa03017133 Andreas Kofler of Austria in action during the Nordic Ski Jumping HS 142 Individuel Competition in Kuusamo, Finland, 27 November 2011. EPA/PEKKA SIPOLA FINLAND OUT

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dapdWinner Andreas Kofler of Austria celebrates after the mens FIS World Cup Ski Jumping event in Lillehammer, Norway Saturday Dec. 3, 2011. Andreas Kofler continued his winning start to the new FIS World Cup Ski Jumping campaign with victory in the Norm

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REUTERSAnders Bardal of Norway (L) and Severin Freund of Germany (R) who shared second place celebrate with winner Adreas Kofler of Austria after the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping HS 138 in Lysgaardsbakken in Lillehammer December 4, 2011. REUTERS/Geir Olsen

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REUTERSGregor Schlierenzauer of Austria reacts after winning the H142 ski jumping World Cup event in Harrachov December 9, 2011. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: SPORT SKIING)

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REUTERSA combination photo shows Norways Tom Hilde (top L), Bjoern Einar Romoeren (top R), Vegard-Haukoe Sklett (bottom L) and Anders Bardal soaring through the air at the ski jumping World Cup team event in Harrachov December 10, 2011. REUTERS/David

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EPAepa03031098 Richard Freitag of Germany celebrates after winning the Ski Jumping individual World Cup event in Harrachov, Czech Republic, 11 December 2011. EPA/FILIP SINGER

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REUTERSAnders Bardal of Norway celebrates after winning the individual large hill ski jumping World Cup in Engelberg, December 17, 2011. Norways Bardal won the competition ahead of second placed Martin Koch of Austria and third placed Thomas Morgenstern o

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REUTERSAndreas Kofler of Austria celebrates after winning the individual large hill ski jumping World Cup in Engelberg, December 18, 2011. Kofler of Austria won the competition ahead of second placed Kamil Stoch of Poland and third placed Anders Bardal of

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REUTERSAustrias ski jumper Gregor Schlierenzauer reacts after winning the first event of the 60th four-hills ski jumping tournament in Oberstdorf, December 30, 2011. Schlierenzauer won ahead of his compatriots Andreas Kofler and Thomas Morgenstern. REU

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REUTERSAustrias tournament leader Gregor Schlierenzauer reacts after winning the second event of the 60th four-hills ski jumping tournament in Garmisch Partenkirchen, January 1, 2012. Schlierenzauer won ahead of his compatriot Andreas Kofler and Japans Da

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EPAepa03049113 Andreas Kofler of Austria celebrates after winning the Ski Jumping competition of the 60th Four Hills Tournament in Innsbruck, Austria, 04 January 2012. EPA/DANIEL KARMANN

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APA/BARBARA GINDLAPA6398614 - 06012012 - BISCHOFSHOFEN - ÖSTERREICH: ZU APA-TEXT SI - Tagessieger und Zweiter in der Tourneewertung, Thomas Morgenstern (AUT) nach dem Finale .im Rahmen der 60. Vierschanzentournee am Freitag, 06. Jänner 2012, auf der Pau

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REUTERSREFILE - CORRECTING TYPORobert Kranjec of Slovenia reacts to his winning jump in a World Cup ski jumping competition in Bad Mitterndorf, January 15, 2012. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: SPORT SKIING)

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dapdNorways Anders Bardal, center, celebrates after winning the ski jumping competition at the World Cup event in Bad Mitterndorf Austria, on Sunday, Jan. 15, 2012. Norways Anders Bardal won the competition, Daiki Ito, left, from Japan placed second, Pola

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EPAepa03069370 Polands Kamil Stoch soars through the air during the FIS World Cup ski jumping competition in Zakopane, Poland, 20 January 2012. EPA/GRZEGORZ MOMOT POLAND OUT

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EPAepa03071209 Austrian Gregor Schlierenzauer celebrates on the podium after winning the FIS World Cup ski jumping competition in Zakopane, Poland, 21 January 2012. EPA/GRZEGORZ MOMOT POLAND OUT

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