Jacobsen flies Norway to the top in team ski jump
Slovenia loses late lead, drops to 3rd
Anders Jacobsen led Norway to victory at a ski jump World Cup team event Sunday at Oberstdorf, Germany, to secure first place in the overall team tour title.
Jacobsen soared 206 metres and then 212 for the day's longest jump as he and teammates Tom Hilde, Anders Bardal and Andreas Stjernen won both rounds to collect 1,577.1 points.
The Austrian team of Stefan Kraft, Wolfgang Loitzl, Martin Koch and Gregor Schlierenzauer finished second with 1529.3 points.
Slovenia had been leading the team standings before the fifth and final event of the season but could only manage third after jumps from Jurij Tepes, Robert Kranjec, Jaka Hvala and Peter Prevc left the team with 1,523.6 points.
Norway finished with 3834.3 points overall, ahead of Slovenia on 3825.6 and Austria on 3783.5.