Kamil Stoch (POL)
Simon Ammann (SUI)
Noriaki Kasai (JPN)


Kamil Stoch (POL, Fischer) succeeded at World Cup event in Titisee-Neustadt with his first season's win. His success was clouded by a serious fall of yesterday's winner Thomas Morgenstern (AUT, Fischer).
Kamil Stoch found his shape
For long three weeks Kamil Stoch had to look after his missing shape - in Titisee-Neustadt he obviously found it. After his podium finish yesterday the Pole secured his first season's win after jumps at 142.5 and 138.5 metres. Indeed the second-placed Simon Ammann (SUI, Fischer) jumped 142.5 and 141.5 metres but he showed a two-foot-landing in his first round and lost a few points against Stoch. Noriaki Kasai (JPN, Fischer), 41 years of age, came in third followed by Anders Bardal (NOR, Fischer) and Janne Ahonen (FIN, Fischer) who increased from twelve to five. Taku Takeuchi (JPN, Fischer) finished sixth followed by his compatriot Daiki Ito (JPN, Fischer). Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT, Fischer) and Severin Freund (GER, Fischer) tied for eighth place, Maciej Kot (POL, Fischer) came in tenth. The competition was clouded by a serious fall of Thomas Morgenstern (AUT, Fischer): The Austrian crashed in the first round after his landing contracted injuries at his upper part of the body, right hand and skin after the first clinical diagnostics.
HS140, Titisee-Neustadt (GER):
1. Kamil Stoch
POL 142.5 138.5 300.7
2. Simon Ammann
SUI 142.5 141.5 292.9
3. Noriaki Kasai
JPN 139.5 137.5 292
4. Anders Bardal
NOR 139 142 291.8
5. Janne Ahonen
FIN 134.5 140.5 284.9
6. Taku Takeuchi
JPN 138 138 282.3
7. Daiki Ito
JPN 137 137 280.6
8. Severin Freund
GER 138 137 279.8
8. Gregor Schlierenzauer
AUT 137.5 138.5 279.8
10. Maciej Kot
POL 134.5 138.5 277.2
11. Peter Prevc
SLO 136 137.5 275.5
11. Richard Freitag
GER 136.5 134.5 275.5
13. Michael Neumayer
GER 134 139.5 273.4
13. Marinus Kraus
GER 135 134.5 273.4
15. Piotr Zyla
POL 139 131 271.5