KUUSAMO, Finland -- Finland's Janne Ahonen won his second straight World Cup ski jump on a large hill before his home fans Sunday. Austria's Thomas Morgenstern was second and the Czech Republic's Jakub Janda was third. Ahonen jumped 143 meters twice on Ruka's K120 hill for 308.3 points and had a victory margin of more than 20 points. On Saturday, Ahonen won the opener on the same hill by 43.2 points. Morgenstern, 18, took second at 288.2 points from jumps of 135.5 and 133.5 meters. A year ago, Morgenstern somersaulted on the same hill and was injured, missing one month of competition. Janda of the Czech Republic was a surprising third, up from 14th the day before, with 282.2 points, jumping 129 and 137.5 meters. Ahonen, with 20 World Cup career wins, leads the World Cup with 200 points. Morgenstern is next at 125 and herr is third at 109.