INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP) _ Andreas Widhoelzl of Austria soared to his second consecutive World Cup victory on the Four-Hill Tour, landing the two longest jumps Monday.

Widhoelzl now leads the Four-Hill Tour standings and can clinch the title with a victory Thursday at Bischofshofen, Austria. He gained his fourth World Cup victory this season Monday, a day after winning in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

The Austrian took the lead after the first series by jumping 114 meters, the longest of the day on the K110 hill. With other leaders also jumping far, Widhoelzl soared 112.5 meters on his second jump, matching the effort of Finland's Janne Ahonenon.

Widhoelzl a winning total of 246.7 points and a comfortable margin over Germany's Martin Schmitt, the overall World Cup leader. Schmitt managed only 110 meters in the second series to go with his first-heat effort of 112 and earned 240.1 points. Ahonenon had 239.8 on jumps of 111, 112.5.