Jakub Janda

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Jakub Janda () (born April 27, 1978 in Čeladná) is a Czech ski jumper, winner of 2005-6 Four Hills Tournament and winner of the Ski jumping World Cup 2005–6.

He entered Ski jumping World Cup in 1996, but his first major success was third place in Liberec (2003). Janda improved his performance under new Slovenian coach Vasja Bajc in 2004. In 2004/5 season he managed to collect several second and third places and one victory in World Cup events. He also gained a silver and a bronze medal at the 2005 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Oberstdorf.

2005-2006 season

Janda started 2005-6 season with World Cup wins in Kuusamo, Lillehammer, Harrachov and Engelberg, and entered the Four Hills Tournament leading the World Cup standings. In the opening event in Oberstdorf, Janda finished in third place to place high for the second round, with Janne Ahonen in first and Roar Ljøkelsøy in second. After winning the second race of the Tournament in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Janda moved to second place in the standings behind the reigning Tournament champion Ahonen. Norway's Lars Bystøl was the unexpected winner in Innsbruck while Janda finished ahead of Ahonen for the second straight time to move into a two-point lead before the last competition. Like in all previous rounds Janda advanced in last place into the competition to having skis that were too long during Oberstdorf qualifying and could not participate in the next three qualifying rounds as a result. The tournament climaxed...
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