FALUN, Sweden (AP) _ Finland's Matti Hautamaki dominated a World Cup ski jumping meet Wednesday, recording the longest jumps in both rounds on the large hill.

Competing under the lights, Hautamaki set a hill record with his first jump of 130.5 meters. His other jump was 124.5 meters on Lugnet's K115 hill, giving him 274.5 points.

Martin Schmitt of Germany was second, jumping 127 and 123.5 meters and finishing 4.1 points behind. Sven Hannawald of Germany shared third with Janne Ahonen of Finland, 25.8 points behind the winner.

Poland's Adam Malysz was fifth and is set to repeat as overall champion. He leads Hannawald 1,335 points to 1,119 points in the standings with three meets left.

Simon Ammann, the double Olympic champion from Switzerland, placed seventh.

The next meet is Friday at Trondheim, Norway.