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 Austrianâ€™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 Japanâ€™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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