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Engelberg SJ: Schlierenzauer stays hot

Austria's 16-year-old star Gregor Schlierenzauer took his second World Cup ski jumping win of the season Saturday at Engelberg, Switzerland.  
ENGELBERG, Switzerland — Austria's 16-year-old star Gregor Schlierenzauer took his second World Cup ski jumping win of the season Saturday at Engelberg, Switzerland.
    Schlierenzauer made a huge 140.5-meter leap in the second round to go six points clear of Norway's Anders Jacobsen, who finished second with a disappointing 129 meters in the second round.
    Adam Malysz from Poland jumped 134 meters in the second round and placed third.
    Switzerland's Simon Ammann finished in fourth place on home turf but keeps the lead in the World Cup standings with 280 points, 30 more than Schlierenzauer. Jacobsen is another four points back.

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