Seidl wins first World Cup title in Ruka
Mario Seidl produced a dominant performance in the ski jumping to guide him to the FIS Nordic Combined World Cup title in Finland.
The Austrian scored 142.7 points, topping the rankings in the jumping by 14.3 points ahead of Norwegian Jarl Magnus Riiber, who came second overall.
Seidl, 25, cruised through the 10km cross-country and finished in 29th place, but it was enough to secure his first career World Cup victory in Ruka.
Third place went to German Johannes Rydzek, who came eighth in both disciplines to secure the final podium position.
Norwegian Magnus Krog won the cross-country race in 24 minutes and 33 seconds, which helped him to 35th place in the standings