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Wind cancels team event at ski flying worlds

HARRACHOV, Czech Republic (AP) — The team event at the ski flying world championships has been canceled due to high winds.

Sunday was the second straight day that the strong winds made it impossible to compete in the northern Czech resort after it forced the cancellation of the final two of four jumps in the individual competition on Saturday.

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