Gyda Westvold Hansen is also the winner of the second Individual Gundersen competition in Lillehammer (NOR).
The Norwegian was already in the lead after the Ski Jumping competition on the Lysgårdsbakken HS 98 in Lillehammer (NOR) this morning.
In icy temperatures, the Overall World Cup leader jumped to 94.5 meters (146.7 pts) and took the lead. She was therefore be again the first one starting into the 5 km cross-country race at noon.
Rank 2 after jumping went to Mari Leinan Lund, who placed third yesterday, with the furthest jump of the day. The 24-year-old reached 97 meters with a total of 138.1 points and started the race 34 seconds after her team mate.
Svenja Würth (94 mts, 136.5 pts) placed third 41 seconds behind the leader.
Like yesterday, Hansen showed a stable performance at the cross-country course and kept her pursuers at a safe distance for the whole race.
Ida Marie Hagen had again the fastest skiing time and was already on the third rank after 2.5 km. Würth couldn’t keep up with the high speed and fell back, while Hagen closed the gap to her team mate Mari Leinan Lund constantly.
She caught up to her on the last lap and finally overtook her, creating the exact same podium result as yesterday.
While Hansen secured her 19th World Cup victory, ahead of Hagen (+46.7 sec) and Leinan Lund (+53.8 sec) on rank two and three.