Daiki Ito (JPN)
Kamil Stoch (POL)
Andreas Kofler (AUT)


Self-assured after his victory in yesterday's competition in Sapporo Daiki Ito (JPN, Fischer) secured his second World Cup win ever in Sunday's competition last night. He won ahead of Kamil Stoch (POL, Fischer) and Andreas Kofler (AUT, Fischer).
"Of course I'm very happy!"
Daiki Ito did it again: After his success yesterday he was able to celebrate another World Cup victory at his home hill on Sunday. He reached 127,5 and 137 metres which gave him a small margin ahead of the first round's winner Kamil Stoch and Andreas Kofler who was ranked only fifth aber the first jump. "Of course I’m very happy", stated Ito. "Before the weekend I would have never thought that I can win twice here in Sapporo. After the first round today I was also not thinking about a possible second win, I was just focusing on the jump. I had the feeling that my jumps today were even better than yesterday."

Fourth went to Roman Koudelka (CZE, Fischer) who confirmed his great shape again while Vegard Haukoe Sklett (NOR, Fischer) made another top ten result in finishing fifth ahead of the best German Richard Freitag (GER, Fischer). Taku Takeuchi (JPN, Fischer), Thomas Morgenstern (AUT, Fischer) and Anders Fannemel (NOR, Fischer) completed the top ten.

Men HS134, Sapporo (JPN):
1. Daiki Ito
JPN 137 137 243,7
2. Kamil Stoch
POL 131.5 131.5 241,6
3. Andreas Kofler
AUT 135 135 241,3
4. Roman Koudelka
CZE 129 129 228,0
5. Vegard Sklett
NOR 131.5 131.5 220,8
6. Richard Freitag
GER 120 120 218,8
7. Peter Prevc
SLO 129.5 129.5 217,4
8. Taku Takeuchi
JPN 128.5 128.5 213,9
9. Thomas Morgenstern
AUT 123.5 123.5 212,7
10. Anders Fannemel
NOR 125 125 208,8
11. Rune Velta
NOR 126.5 126.5 208,4
12. Robert Kranjec
SLO 127 127 208,0
13. Wolfgang Loitzl
AUT 124 124 203,5
14. Anders Bardal
NOR 132 132 203,2
15. Anssi Koivuranta
FIN 124.5 124.5 202,4