After her clear win on Friday evening, Daniela Iraschko-Stolz also stood on top of the podium in the second competition at the Continental Cup in Brotterode (GER).
The Austrian, who came to Brotterode directly from the Olympic Games in PyeongChang, posted the longest jump of the day with 103 m and won with her total of 84.3 points.
After the trial round had already been canceled due to the strong wind and the start of the competition was postponed, the jury then decided to cancel the final round due to the difficult conditions and so the competition was decided after only one round.
Lidiia Iakovleva of Russia, who finished third on Friday, jumped on 95 m on Saturday afternoon and took the second place with a total of 70.2 points.
Julia Clair of France came in third with 97.5 m and 68.9 points.
Pauline Hessler came in fourth was the best German again in front of the home crowd. Behind her, Anna Shpyneva and Aleksandra Barantceva finished fifth and sixth and provided yet another outstanding team result for Russia together with second-placed Lidiia Iakovleva and Ksenia Kablukova (8th).
The second-best athlete of the first competition in Brotterode, Jerneja Brecl of Slovenia, was seventh. Anna Rupprecht of Germany and Slovenia's Katra Komar (10th) also came in among the Top 10.
Today's competition was the final event of this Ladies' Continental Cup season. The overall title went to Lidiia Iakovleva with 415 points, close ahead of Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (400 points) and Aleksandra Barantceva (382 points).