Johannes Lamparter soared back into overall World Cup contention after he edged his way to Nordic Combined victory in Klingenthal.
Reigning world champion Lamparter was in third place after a ski jump of 143.6 points but usurped both Kristjan Ilves and Ryoto Yamamoto in the 10km cross-country to claim a second World Cup victory of the campaign in Germany.
Estonia's Ilves finished in second place, just 0.3s behind the Austrian’s time of 25:18.5, with Yamamoto only 0.4s further back in third place.
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Ilves had been leading at the halfway point with 145.8 points from his ski jump, with Japan’s Yamamoto second at that stage on145.5.
Lamparter's victory in Klingenthal sees him draw level with Norway's Jarl Magnus Riiber - who didn't compete in Klingenthal - at the top of the World Cup standings, with both men sitting on 700 points
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