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Skiing - 18. December 2010.

Van Leads U.S. Jumpers in Norway

Defending World Champion Lindsey Van (Park City, UT) continued to be a factor in the women’s Continental Cup Saturday finishing fourth in the final competition of a two-day event.

Van, who had jumps of 88.5 and 91.0 meters, moved from ninth after the first jump to finish fourth followed by Abby Hughes (Park City, UT) in sixth. Hughes, who was in second after the first jumping round, was held in snowy conditions and registered jumps of 91.5 and 86.5 meters.

The winner was Coline Mattel of France who had jumps of 90.5 and 92.0 meters to overtake Austria’s Daniela Iraschko, who has won four events in a row.

Jerome and Van are currently second and third in the overall Continental Cup standings.

The women’s Continental Cup circuit now takes a Holiday break.

December 18, 2010
Notodden, Norway
HS 100

1. Coline Mattel, France,  (90.5, 92.0), 238.5
2. Daniela Iraschko, Austria, (90.0, 93.0), 230.0
3. Melanie Faisst, Germany, (94.5, 87.0), 228.5
4. Lindsey Van, Park City, UT, (88.5, 91.0), 227.0
5. Line Jahr, Norway, (89.0, 91.0), 226.0
6. Abby Hughes, Park City, UT, (91.5, 86.5), 223.0
7. Jessica Jerome, Park City, UT, (90.0, 87.5), 216.5
20. Sarah Hendrickson, Park City, UT, (75.5, 87.5), 188.0
21. Alissa Johnson, Park City, UT, (80.5, 83.0), 185.0
32. Karin Friberg, Roseville, MN, (78.5, 65.0), 136.0
36. Avery Ardovino, Park City, UT, (71.5), 70.0
37. Nina Lussi, Lake Placid, NY, (71.0), 67.5
39. Nita Englund, Florence, WI, (69.5), 61.5

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