Lamy-Chappius ends season on high
Jason Lamy-Chappius won the last event of the World Cup season in Oslo to put the icing on a glittering season.
The Frenchman, who won normal hill 10km gold at the Vancouver Winter Olympics last month, confirmed his dominance after already securing the crystal globe last weekend in Lahti, Finland with a tenth place finish.
The 23-year-old finished second in the ski-jump section but claimed the 10km cross country skiing section by 14.5 seconds over Austrian Felix Gottwald and Magnus Moan from Norway, who finished second and third respectively.
Lamy-Chappuis finished on 1155 points while Gottwald was second overall on 879 points and Moan collected 747 over the season to come third.
All three athletes will be looking ahead to the Nordic World Championships which will take place on the same track in 12 months time.
The competition in Oslo had been under threat with athletes considering a boycott in protest to the stop-start nature of the large hill competition in Vancouver with officials refusing to postpone the event in unpredictable wind conditions.
Instead, they unfurled a big banner after Saturday's team event demanding more respect from skiing governing body, FIS.