Lovro Kos and Stefan Kraft both won the individual competitions in the USA. In the Super Team competition, the Austrians won just ahead of Germany.
After the World Cup in Willingen, the ski jumpers traveled to America, where two individual competitions and a super team competition awaited them.
The weekend kicked off with the qualification on Friday, which took place at 5 p.m. local time and 11 p.m. European time.
Lovro Kos from Slovenia won the qualification ahead of the two Austrians Michael Hayböck and Daniel Huber.
Saturday – Individual- and Super Team competition
An exciting competition was shown in the individual jumping.
Stefan Kraft, the leader after the first round, dropped back to 24th place. The previous day's qualification winner, Lovro Kos, was able to celebrate his first World Cup victory. The Slovenian came out on top with 287.9 points, just ahead of Japan's Ryōyū Kobayashi (278.1 points) and Norway's Marius Lindvik (277.8 points).
The decision in the super team jumping, in which two jumpers from each nation competed, was also very close. In the end, the two Austrians Michael Hayböck and Stefan Kraft (809.2 points) secured victory with a lead of just 0.2 points ahead of the Germans Philipp Raimund and Andreas Wellinger. The podium was completed by the Norwegians Marius Lindvik and Johann André Forfang (793.6 points).
Sunday - Individual competition
In the final individual competition on Sunday, the overall leader of the World Cup, Stefan Kraft, was once again at the top of the podium. The Austrian scored 281.6 points with his two jumps of 130.5 and 126.0 meters. Slovenia's Lovro Kos and Germany's Philipp Raimund each scored 278.4 points to share second place. For Raimund, this is his first individual podium finish in the World Cup.
The jumpers will now travel on to the next World Cup, which will take place in Sapporo (Japan) from February 16 to 18.
Two individual competitions were on the schedule at the World Cup in Japan. In the end, the Austrian and the Slovenian secured victory.
Slovenia's top jumper and winner of the 2015/16 Four Hills Tournament will end his active career at the end of the season.