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Ryoyu Kobayashi secured his seventh ski jumping World Cup win of the season Saturday, flying the furthest in his first and only attempt before strong winds cut the event short.

A Beijing Olympic medal favorite, Kobayashi leaped 145 meters to score 115.6 points on the hill in Willingen, Germany, ahead of Halvor Egner Granerud of Norway who reached 143 meters for 111.6 points. Granerud’s compatriot Marius Lindvik was third with 107 points.

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