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Taking in the tourney

The crowds that turned out for the 2020 Bellin Health Pine Mountain Continental Cup got to witness a new hill record Sunday as Clemens Aigner of Austria flew 144 meters, or 472 feet, to best the previous mark of 471 feet that had stood since 2009. Some of those watching this weekend included — from left, in back are Pat Lobeck, Cheryle Fredrickson, Brad Kleikamp, Ben Shoquist, Josh Sherman, Ian Sherman, Brandon Proudfit, Doug LaCount, Rick Sherman, Shelly LaCount, Billy DeClark, Dafney Lee, Erin Lee, Krista Hood, Michael LaCount, Dinah Anderson, Roger Hood and Jill Kreft; in front are Lexi Zambon and her dog Arnie, Tony Cavalieri, Michael Fredrickson, Brad Borchardt and Arnie Kreft. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
Watching the ski jumpers at the 2020 Bellin Health Pine Mountain Continental Cup are Jacob Andes with his grandmother, Sue Varda. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
John Proudfit takes the American flag down the landing hill during the opening ceremonies Saturday for the 2020 Bellin Health Pine Mountain Continental Cup. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)

The crowds that turned out for the 2020 Bellin Health Pine Mountain Continental Cup got to witness a new hill record Sunday as Clemens Aigner of Austria flew 144 meters, or 472 feet, to best the previous mark of 471 feet that had stood since 2009. For a full recap of the tournament results and other photos from the competition, go to Local Sports.

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