In Sports News: Jakub Janda becomes only the second Czech to win the Four Hills ski jumping tournament, though he shares first place with his biggest rival; cross country skier Lukas Bauer finishes second for the second weekend in a row; teenage tennis player Lucie Safarova wins the third WTA title of her career in Australia's Gold Coast; and ice hockey star Jaromir Jagr maintains his lead in the NHL players' points table.
Janda wins famous victory in Four Hills, shares spoils with biggest rival
"Up to the very last moment I was saying that it was a great spectacle for the fans, because there was really nothing in it. I never expected it would turn out this way, but it's fantastic. When it ended I saw that I was first, but then I realised Ahonen was too."
Cross country skier Bauer second again
Teenager Safarova wins third WTA tournament of career
"I'm glad I managed to win in the end. It may have looked like a smooth victory but we really fought every game. I managed to break her serve in both sets...so maybe it looked easy but it was quite a hard game."
Lucie Safarova's Czech boyfriend - another rising tennis star, Tomas Berdych - was knocked out in the semi-finals of the Adelaide International.