BISHOFSHOFEN, Austria — Germany's Sven Hannawald became the first ski jumper in the 50 years of Four Hills to win at all four sites in capturing this prestigious series Sunday.
Hannawald won the two German legs in Oberstdorf and Garmish-Partenkirchen and the previous jump in Innsbruck.
Before about 30,000 roaring fans on a clear day in the Austrian Alps, Hannawald set a hill record in his first leap of 139 meters. He followed with 131.5 meters for 282.9 points.
"I just tried to concentrate and go my own way," Hannawald said. "I think I managed to stay reasonably calm despite all the rumble."
His 1,077.6 points in the overall competition was also a record.
Finland's Matti Hautamaeki was second with 134 and 131.5 meters and 280.4 points. Austria's Martin Hoellwarth took third with 129.5 and 132 meters and 274.2 points.
Alan Alborn of the United States was sixth with jumps of 125.5 and 128.5 meters for 256.2 points.
Poland's Adam Malysz, the World Cup leader and winner of six of the 13 World Cup jumps this season, was ninth — his worst finish this year.
Malysz leads the standings with 1,024 points, followed by Hannawald (799) and Hoellwarth (553).