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Ski Jumping: Norway wins Nations' Cup

Norway's Rune Velta placed second in the final ski jumping World Cup round of the season in Planica on Sunday. Winner was Slovenia's Jurij Tepes, and team mate Peter Prevc placed third. Velta's placing also secured the 2012/2013 Nations' Cup for Norway, six points ahead of Austria.

 

The last time Norway won this cup was for the 2003/2004 season.

(NRK/Aftenposten)


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