PLANICA (Slovenia) (AFP) - Swiss ski jump sensation Simon Ammann on Saturday added the world ski flying title to his double Olympic gold haul and overall World Cup trophy in the ski jump. Ammann, 28, amassed a total of 935.8 points from the four-event competition to finish well ahead of Austrias defending champion Gregor Schlierenzauer (910.3) and Norways Anders Jacobsen (894 pts). At last months Olympic Games Ammann repeated his feats from Salt Lake City in 2002 by winning normal and large hill gold, thus becoming the first ever ski jumper to win four Olympic gold medals. In the wake of that achievement he also became the first ever Swiss jumper to secure the overall World Cup title when the final events of the season were held last week in Oslo. The world ski flying championships are held every two years on one of the five existing jumps measuring 185 metres or longer. Ammann produced the best jump of the field with an effort of 236.5m in the fourth and final round, only 2.5m short of the world record set by Norways Bjoern Einar Romoeren in 2005. It feels great to be a skiflying World Champion, said Ammann. After Oslo I felt mentally tired, but my body was still on fire. It takes a lot of energy to fly here, because Planica is still Planica even with the new profile.