The Ski Jumping Men's World Cup group was held in Finland on the 26th, and Japan was ranked 5th with ace Ryoyu Kobayashi, who won two medals at the Beijing Olympics.

The ski jumping men's group is an event in which four athletes from one team fly twice to compete for total points, and Japan was fifth in the Beijing Olympics.

Round 4 of the World Cup group took place in Finland on the 26th at Large Hill, a hill size of 130 meters.

Japan was the same member as the Beijing tournament of Ace Kobayashi, Yukiya Sato, Kobayashi's older brother Junshiro, and Naoki Nakamura, who won the gold medal at the normal hill of the Beijing Olympics and the silver medal at the large hill.

In Japan, the first player, Sato, flew 121 meters in an unfavorable tailwind to finish in 5th place, but the next two could not extend the distance.

The fourth player, Ryoyu Kobayashi, marked 124 meters, but finished the first time and finished sixth.

In the second time, the third player, Junshiro Kobayashi, marked 119 meters and finished fifth.

The fourth player, Ryoyu Kobayashi, did not extend the flight distance to 119 meters 50 while the wind changed rapidly, and Japan was fifth with a total of 976.4 points.

The victory was Austria.