Austria's Stefan Kraft topped the podium as the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup continued with the latest leg of the Raw Air Tournament in Trondheim.
The overall World Cup leader delivered leaps of 138 metres and 142m on the Norwegian hill for a winning points tally of 302.0 points.
Norwegian Andreas Stjernen came second on home snow, recording distances of 138.5m and 138m to finish on 294.3.
Germany's Andreas Wellinger won bronze as he jumped 133m and 141.5m, enough for a score of 289.6 from the judges.
It means that Kraft leads both the World Cup and Raw Air standings, with the latter tournament consisting of 10 events in as many days in Norway.
This season is the first time the event has been held.
In the World Cup, Kraft boasts 1,420 points with six competitions remaining.
That gives him an advantage of just 86 over Poland's Kamil Stoch, who was fifth today and sits on 1,334.
Daniel-Andre Tande of Norway is third on 1,181 and out of contention for overall honours.
Kraft's Raw Air displays see him top the standings of the separate tournament with 1,237.1 points.
Wellinger sits on 1,231.8 in second, with Markus Eisenbichler, another German, third on 1,206.2.
Raw Air, and the World Cup season, continues tomorrow in Vikersund.