Morgenstern wins again
Thomas Morgenstern completed a hat-trick of victories in the FIS Summer Grand Prix events in Poland.
The Austrian followed up his wins in Wisla and Sczcyrk over the last week with victory in Zakopane to claim the five thousand Euro first prize.
Leaps of 125.5 and 128m saw him earn 262.1 points to edge out team-mate Gregor Schlierenzauer (261.4 points) and home favourite Kamil Stoch (251.3 points).
It was a repeat of the podium from Sczcyrk.
Another Pole Maciej Kot, Young Bulgarian Vladimir Zografski, Germany's Richard Freitag, Krzysztof Mietus, Severin Freund, Wolfgang Loitzl and Pavel Karelin rounded out the top 10.
Morgenstern leads the overall Grand Prix ranking with the maximum of 300 points ahead of Schlierenzauer (220 points), who plans to sit out August's six rounds in the 11 event competition.
Stoch (149 points) is third, followed by Karelin and Freund.
Traditionally, the Grand Prix has given a good indication of the form for the upcoming season. Five consecutive winners between 2005 and 2009 - Jakub Janda, Adam Malysz, Morgenstern, Gregor Schlierenzauer and Simon Ammann - each went on to win the overall World Cup the following winter.