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Jakub Janda of the Czech Republic had the farthest jump of the day with a 130.5-meter effort to claim his second title in as many days at an FIS Grand Prix meet Sunday.

Janda took pole position with a leap of 128 meters after the first round of jumps and slammed the door shut with his second effort on the K-120 hill in Hakuba. Janda collected 270.3 points to claim his fourth victory this summer.

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