Johannes Lamparter won the men's Nordic Combined World Cup in Seefeld ©Getty Images

Johannes Lamparter and Gyda Westvold Hansen claimed victories on the second day of the International Ski and Snowboard Federation Nordic Combined World Cup in Seefeld.

Lamparter secured home success in the men’s event after winning in both the ski jumping and cross-country skiing disciplines.

In the ski jumping element of the competition, Lamparter scored 140.6 points after registering a jump of 109.0 metres, enough to top the standings.

Second place in the ski jumping went to Ryota Yamamoto of Japan, who scored 141.9 points after jumping 106.0 metres, while Kristjan Ilves of Estonia was third with 143.3 points, following a jump of 111.5 metres.

This meant he had the lead going into the cross-country element of competition at the WM Arena, and the Austrian claimed victory in 25min 19.2sec.

Behind Lamparter there was a sprint for second place between two German skiers in Vinzenz Geiger and Julian Schmid.

The pair turned into the home straight together but Geiger won the duel finishing in 25:39.5, with Schmid just behind in third in 25:41.9.

Overall World Cup leader Jarl Magnus Riiber of Norway was disqualified due to a hole in his race suit.

In the women’s competition at the same venue victory went to Westvold Hansen of Norway, who won both the ski jumping and cross-country elements of the event.

Westvold Hansen won the ski jumping with a jump of 106.5 metres, earning her 124.7 points.

Germany’s Natalie Armbruster was second in the ski jumping with 103.5 metres, collecting 121.6 points.

The top three in the ski jumping was completed by Italian Annika Sieff, who jumped 101.5 metres, earning her 119.6 points.

Hansen started the cross-country element of the event with a 12 second lead and was in a class of her own as she earned a seventh World Cup win of the season.

There was a photo finish for the remaining podium places with Sieff finishing second in 15:34.5, and Armbruster in third in 15:34.6.

Westvold Hansen has a healthy lead in the overall Women’s World Cup standings following the competitions in Seefeld with 700 points, followed by Armbruster in second on 450 and Sieff in third with 420.   

A third men’s World Cup event over the Gundersen normal hill HS109, including a 10km cross-country race, is scheduled to take place tomorrow at the same venue.