The ski jumping men's World Cup individual was held in Germany on the 19th, and Japanese ace Ryoyu Kobayashi was in 10th place.

The 26th round of the ski jumping men's World Cup individual took place on the 19th in Germany at Flying Hill, a hill size of 235 meters, which is larger than Large Hill.

Four people from Japan, including Ryoyu Kobayashi, an ace who won a gold medal at the Normal Hill of the Beijing Olympics and a silver medal at the Large Hill, and is aiming for an individual overall victory for the first time in three seasons at the World Cup.

For the first time, Kobayashi stayed at 204 meters 50 in a headwind that was favorable for jumping, and finished 13th.

In the second time he extended his distance and marked 217m50, but finished in 10th place with a total of 378.8 points.

In addition, Yukiya Sato was 16th, Naoki Nakamura was 21st, and Keiichi Sato was not able to advance to the second time by the top 30 players.

The winner was Austrian Stefan Kraft, who won his fourth victory of the season.