BEIJING, Dec. 18 (Xinhua) -- Norway's Gyda Westvold Hansen secured her fifth victory in the fifth FIS Women's Nordic Combined World Cup in Ramsau, Austria on Friday.
Under sunny conditions, the Norwegian registered the furthest distance with 95 meters for 129.1 points and first to start into the 5km cross-country race.
The silver went to Ema Volavsek from Slovenia, who landed at 91 meters and got 121.8 points and went into the course 29 seconds after Hansen. Yuna Kasai from Japan placed third in ski jumping.
In the end, the top three stayed the same. While Hansen defended her yellow jersey confidently and reached the finish 46.6 seconds ahead of Volavsek, the Slovenian was able to pull away from Kasai on the last lap. The Japanese crossed the finish line 1:01 minutes behind and secured third place. Enditem