The ski jumping men's World Cup individual was held in Germany on the 20th, and Japanese ace Ryoyu Kobayashi was sixth.

The 27th round of the ski jumping men's World Cup individual took place on the 20th at Flying Hill, a hill size of 235 meters, which is larger than the large hill in Germany.

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.

Kobayashi marked 217 meters in the tailwind against the jump for the first time, and was in 5th place, 5.8 points behind the top.

The second time was 209 meters 50, and the flight distance was not extended, and the total was 384.2, down one place to 6th place.

In addition, ▽ Yukiya Sato was 11th, ▽ Keiichi Sato was 30th, and ▽ Junshiro Kobayashi's older brother was not able to advance to the second time by the top 30 players.

The winner is Timi Zajc of Slovenia, the first victory of the season.