Germany's Juliane Seyfarth triumphed in the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup event in Nizhny Tagil ©Getty Images

Germany's Juliane Seyfarth secured her second successive win at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup event in the Russian city of Nizhny Tagil.

Seyfarth triumphed yesterday and did so again today, recording a total of 230.3 points.

She beat Maren Lundby, who has already secured the World Cup title, after the Norwegian finished with a score of 221.1.

In third was Germany's Katharina Althaus with 214.1 points.

"I am really happy about another victory here in Nizhny Tagil, it seems like the hill here suits me exceptionally well." said Seyfarth.

The event in Nizhny Tagil is part of the Blue Bird Tour, which continues next weekend in Chaikovsky.

Seyfarth leads the Blue Bird overall ranking with 482.9 points, ahead of Lundby on 466.6 points and Althaus with 447.9 points.

Vikersund in Norway was hosting the men's World Cup event, which was won by Slovakia's Domen Prevc with 454.7 points.

Japan's Ryoyu Kobayashi finished second with 454.6 points, while Austria's Stefan Kraft was third with a score of 443.2.

Despite his second place finish, Kobayashi still dominates the overall standings with 1905 points.

His nearest opponent is Kraft with 1317 points, while Poland's Kamil Stoch is third on 1251 points.