VIKERSUND, Norway — Stefan Kraft set a ski jump world record during a World Cup on Saturday.
Kraft jumped 253.5
Before Saturday, the record was 251.5, by Anders Fannemel of Norway in 2015.
The Norwegian team won with a total of 1572.6 points from eight jumps. Poland was second on 1538.6. Kraft’s Austrian team took third on 1465.4.
Kraft has enjoyed a stunning start to 2017, taking the lead in the individual World Cup standings and winning two gold medals at the world championships.
The Associated Press
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