Johannes Lamparter won the Seefeld Triple as he claimed a second win in as many days at the Nordic Combined World Cup in Seefeld ©FIS

Austria’s Johannes Lamparter claimed his second victory in as many days at the International Ski and Snowboard Federation Nordic Combined World Cup in Seefeld.

Lamparter won the Gundersen normal hill HS109 ski jumping competition with a jump of 108.5 metres, earning 146.1 points.

Germany’s Vinzenz Geiger finished second in the ski jumping with 107.5 metres, claiming 143.1 points.

Third in ski jumping went the way of Ryota Yamamoto of Japan, who jumped 105.5 metres, earning 144.2 points.

A 12.5km cross-country skiing race followed with Lamparter in a league of his own throughout after starting with a 16-second advantage.

Lamparter won comfortably in 30min 25.4sec earning the title of the Seefeld Triple, becoming the first Austrian to claim the crown.

From the chasing group behind Lamparter, Jens Luraas Oftebro of Norway and Julian Schmid of Germany broke clear and contested second and third place.

It came down to a sprint finish between the pair with Schmid edging the duel as he finished in 30:42.9, followed by Oftebro in 30:43.8.

Lamparter’s win means he takes the lead in the overall Nordic Combined World Cup standings from Norway’s Jarl Magnus Riiber.

Lamparter leads with 895, followed by Schmid on 794, and then Oftebro with 764.