Ryoyu Kobayashi, a Japanese ace in the ski jumping men's World Cup individual, came in second.

The Ski Jumping Men's World Cup took place on the 3rd of the 23rd individual round at Large Hill, a hill size of 140 meters, in Norway.

Six people from Japan participated, including Ace Kobayashi, who won the gold medal at the normal hill of the Beijing Olympics and the silver medal at the large hill.

Kobayashi, who has won eight wins so far this season and is aiming for an all-around victory for the first time in three seasons, marked 136 meters with a headwind that is advantageous for jumping and took the lead with a 0.6 point difference to second place. I did.

However, in the second time, due to the unfavorable tailwind, he could not extend the flight distance to 134 meters 50 and finished second with a total of 289 points and stood on the podium for the second consecutive tournament.

In addition, Kobayashi's older brother Junshiro was 25th and Yukiya Sato was 29th.

Daiki Ito, Keiichi Sato, and Naoki Nakamura did not advance to the second time by the top 30 players.

The winner is Austrian Stefan Kraft, his third win of the season.