Poland's Kamil Stoch won the latest leg of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup season in Vikersund in Norway but it was not enough to prevent Stefan Kraft from winning the inaugural Raw Air Tournament.
Raw Air has featured 10 events in as many days at four Norwegian venues with all of the competitions also contributing to the World Cup standings.
Stoch was successful today on the ski flying hill, recording jumps of 238.5 metres and 237m for 466.6 points.
Japan's Noriaki Kasai did enough for silver as he jumped 239.5m and 241.5m for a tally of 448.
Austria's Michael Hayboeck jumped 241.5m and 222.5m for bronze on a score of 430.4.
Kraft was only fifth but the Austrian still did enough to maintain his Raw Air lead.
He has won the first edition of the tournament with 2,298.1 points, with Stoch having to settle for second.
The Pole scored 2,272.6 with Andreas Wellinger of Germany finishing third on 2,251.3.
Kraft also leads the overall World Cup standings with two events to go.
He boasts 1,465 points, although Stoch is only slightly behind on 1,434.
Norway's Daniel Andre-Tande sits third on 1,181.
The World Cup season concludes in Slovenia next weekend, with two competitions in Planica.