Ryoyu Kobayashi, a Japanese ace who is aiming for the first individual overall victory in three seasons for the ski jumping men's World Cup, was in 7th place.

On the 6th, the Ski Jumping Men's World Cup took place in Norway on the 25th individual round at Large Hill, a hill size of 134 meters.

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 has won eight World Cups so far this season and is at the top of the overall personal ranking.

In the first time, I flew 132 meters in the headwind and finished in 3rd place with a top 3.5 point difference.

In the second time he aimed for a reversal, he was in 7th place with a total of 260.9 without increasing the flight distance to 127 meters.

Kobayashi keeps the top of the overall ranking of the individual, but the difference from the second place is closing to 58 points.

In addition, Yukiya Sato was 21st, Keiichi Sato was 27th, and Daiki Ito was 30th.

Kobayashi's older brother Junshiro and Naoki Nakamura did not advance to the second time by the top 30 players.

The winner is Norwegian Daniel Andre Tande, his first victory of the season.