Finn Wins Final Meet Before Worlds

Finn Wins Final Meet Before Worlds{mosimage} PRAGELATO, Italy (Feb. 11) – Matti Hautmaeki of Finland led both rounds Friday night and won a World Cup ski jumping meet on the 2006 Olympic large hill (HS140), the last individual World Cup event before the World Nordic Ski Championships open in Oberstdorf, Germany. Clint Jones (Steamboat Springs, CO) was 45th.

Hautamaeki jumped 132.5 and 134.5 meters for 263.1 points with Germany’s Michael Uhrmann second after jumps of 126.5 and 129 meters (239.4 points).

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