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Norway's Anders Fannemel on Sunday launched an incredible 251.5 meters — or roughly 825 feet — to eclipse the ski jump world record at a competition in Vikersund, Norway. What's more, it was the second time in as many days someone shattered the world record in the event.
On Saturday, Slovenian Peter Prevc, who took the Bronze in the Sochi Olympics last year, became the first man ever to jump 250 meters. But Fannemel flew a hair further Sunday to claim the record for himself. —Jon Terbush
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