LILLEHAMMER, Norway (AP) — Magnus Moan of Norway won his second Nordic Combined World Cup event of the weekend on Sunday for his 20th career victory.
Moan, who earned his first win in almost two years at Saturday's season-opening event, was sixth after the ski jumping discipline but convincingly won the 10-kilometer penalty race to finish in 26 minutes, 54.4 seconds.
Fellow Norwegian Haavard Klemetsen had the best jump but lost time to Moan in the cross-country portion and finally trailed the winner by 5.0 seconds in second place. Eric Frenzel of Germany came 15.2 seconds back in third, and defending World Cup champion Jason Lamy Chappuis of France took third, another 3.1 seconds back.
Moan leads the standings with 200 points, 70 clear of Klemetsen and Lamy Chappuis, who share second. It was the first time Lillehammer hosted the season-opening weekend of the Nordic Combined World Cup. The next competition is scheduled for Kuusamo, Finland, on Dec. 1-2.