The 10th round of the individual Ski Jumping Men's World Cup was held in Germany on the 29th, and Japanese ace Ryoyu Kobayashi won the reverse victory and won the fourth victory of the season.

Kobayashi has made a total of 23 wins for the Japanese men who have the most wins.

The 10th round of the individual Ski Jumping Men's World Cup was held in Oberstdorf, Germany on the 29th, which also served as the opening round of "Jump Week", which competes in the four World Cup games that are held annually during the year-end and New Year holidays.

Kobayashi, who has been doing so well, is expected to win the overall jump week for the first time in three seasons.

Kobayashi, an ace player, passed the qualifying in 1st place in the tournament, which was contested on a large hill with a hill size of 137 meters.

Kobayashi flew 128 meters 50 for the first time in the rain, and finished 5th, 8.6 points behind the top.

In the second time aiming for a reversal, Kobayashi showed a powerful takeoff and greatly exceeded the hill size, which is considered dangerous if he flew any further, marked the longest unbeatable 141 meters, and scored the fourth win of the season with a total point of 302.0. rice field.

Following the 9th round on the 19th of this month, he won two consecutive rounds in a come-from-behind victory, and his total number of wins in the World Cup for Japanese men was 23.

Kobayashi recalled, "I was able to concentrate both times. It was fun to be able to make a big jump the second time."

In addition, the Japanese



▽ Kobayashi's older brother Junshiro in 11th place

▽ Yukiya Sato in 16th place

▽ Naoki Nakamura in 20th place.

On the other hand, Daiki Ito and Keiichi Sato did not advance to the second time in which the top 30 players competed.