Like already the first competition of the Continental Cup in Zhangjiakou (CHN) on Saturday, also Sunday's competition in the brand new Ski Jumping stadium, which was built for the upcoming Olympic Winter Games in Beijing, became a duel between Germany and Austria.
In difficult, changing wind conditions on the HS 140 hill, Austria's Ulrich Wohlgenannt claimed the win on Sunday. After 129.5 m in the first round, the 27-year-old secured his 11th win in the COC with a great jump on 140 m, the longest jump of the day, and a total of 227.1 points.
David Siegel of Germany, who won ahead of Wohlgenannt on Saturday and was also in the lead after today's first round with 128.5 m, could not repeat his win with 134.5 m and 219.1 points and came in second this time.
Siegel's teammate Philipp Raimund was able to further improve his very good fourth place from yesterday and finished third in this competition with 136.5 m and 129 m and 210.3 points.
With Marin Hamann, another athlete from Germany was fourth today.
The five to eight then went to Austria again, with Janni Reisenauer, Stefan Rainer, Thomas Lackner, and Maximilian Ortner. The Top 10 on Sunday were completed by Moritz Baer of Germany and Austria's Maximilian Steiner.
Romania's Daniel Andrei Cacina was the best jumper who's not representing Germany or Austria in eleventh, it's the best result of his career in the Continental Cup so far.
After the first weekend of the season, David Siegel and Ulrich Wohlgenannt (both 180 points) now lead the overall ranking of the COC, Philipp Raimund follows in third with 110 points.
The Continental Cup continues on December 10th and 11th with two competitions in Vikersund (NOR).