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Noriaki Kasai finished second in the flying hill individual event in Norway on Sunday to eclipse his own record as the oldest skier to finish on a World Cup podium.

At 44 years and 9 months, Kasai, who last rewrote the mark a year ago, earned 448.0 points for his leaps of 239.5 and 241.5 meters on the 225-meter ski-flying hill while Poland’s Kamil Stoch posted his seventh victory of the season with 466.6 points.

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