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Sara Takanashi won her second medal at the Nordic World Ski Championships on Wednesday when she finished second behind Maren Lundby in the first-ever women’s large hill event at a world championships.

The reigning Olympic champion from Norway recorded leaps of 128 and 130.5 meters in Oberstdorf to tally an overall score of 296.6 points, enough to top the podium and claim the historic gold medal, the first on offer since women’s ski jumping debuted at worlds in 2009.

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