Jasmi Joensuu and Krista Pärmäkoski, who represented Finland in women's doubles, were at Yle's TV interview point when men's doubles ended.

Joensuu and Pärmäkoski were visually happy about the Finnish Men's World Championship silver.

- No free medals are awarded here.

They are tough, Pärmäkoski glowed Ristomatti Hakola and Joni Mäki.

Hakola and Mäki arrived immediately after Yle's interview after first receiving quick congratulations from the women.

- Should it be so legendary to say that you still don't really know what has been done.

Let's go to the next race, Hakola said.

- It is difficult to drip from a hose in a weather like this.

I thought about saving for the last ascent and taking a good line.

Everything went well, Mäki said with satisfaction before the duo left for the prize-giving.

The medal was the second World Cup for Finland.

Ilkka Herola also won a silver medal in the combined normal hill competition.

Pärmäkoski and Joensuu were seventh in the women's double sprint on Sunday.