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Slovenian Ski Jumpers Looking Forward to Planica Meet

Ljubljana, 11 March - The Planica flying hill in NW Slovenia will host between Friday and Sunday the final ski-jumping World Cup meet of this season. Slovenia will be represented by ten ski jumpers, who are looking forward to the competition before the home crowd despite poor results at the recent Nordic tour.

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Sport director of Nordic skiing at the Slovenian Ski Association Franci Petek speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
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Ski jumper Primoz Peterka speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
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Ski jumper Primoz Peterka speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
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Ski jumper Robert Kranjec speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
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Ski jumper Robert Kranjec speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
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Ski jumper Robert Kranjec speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
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Ski jumper Jernej Damjan speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
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Ski jumper Jernej Damjan speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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Ski jumper Jernej Damjan speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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Head coach of the Nordic team Ari Pekka Nikkola speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
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Sport director of Nordic skiing at the Slovenian Ski Association Franci Petek speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
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Management director of Nordic skiing at the Slovenian Ski Association Primoz Ulaga (left) and sport director Franci Petek speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
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Ski jumpers Primoz Peterka (left) and Robert Kranjec speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
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Ski jumpers Jernej Damjan (left) and Primoz Peterka speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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Head coach of the Nordic team Ari Pekka Nikkola (left) and ski jumper Jernej Damjan at a press conference ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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Head coach of the Nordic team Ari Pekka Nikkola and ski jumpers Robert Kranjec and Primoz Peterka (from left to right) speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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Management director of Nordic skiing at the Slovenian Ski Association Primoz Ulaga, sport director Franci Petek, head coach of the Nordic team Ari Pekka Nikkola and ski jumpers Jernej Damjan, Primoz Peterka and Robert Kranjec (from left to right) speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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Sport director of Nordic skiing at the Slovenian Ski Association Franci Petek, head coach of the Nordic team Ari Pekka Nikkola and ski jumpers Jernej Damjan, Primoz Peterka and Robert Kranjec (from left to right) speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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Management director of Nordic skiing at the Slovenian Ski Association Primoz Ulaga, sport director Franci Petek and head coach of the Nordic team Ari Pekka Nikkola (from left to right) speaking to the press ahead of World Cup Ski Jumping Finals in Planica.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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