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Ski jumping: Romoeren second at Lillehammer

Bjoern Einar Romoeren came second in the World Cup ski jumping event at Lillehammer on Saturday. Austria's Thomas Morgenstern won, with compatriot Andreas Kofler in third place. Romoeren was in seventh place after the first round, but had the longest jump in the second round, with 135 metres, and was only 0.6 points behind the winner.

(NRK)

Rolleiv Solholm


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