Norway's Daniel Andre Tande held off the challenge of home favourite Richard Freitag to claim his first victory of the International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup season in Willingen in Germany today.
Tande registered jumps of 148 metres and 146.5m on his way to scoring a total of 261.3 points.
Freitag, who managed jumps of 149.5m and 141.5m, finished 0.8 points behind in second.
Poland's Dawid Kubacki was a further 5.7 points back in third after posting jumps of 145m and 139.5m.
Despite his runners-up finish today, Freitag remains top of the overall World Cup leaderboard on 817 points.
Poland's double Olympic champion Kamil Stoch, who finished fourth today, is second on 783 points.
Germany’s Andreas Wellinger is third on 710 points having come fifth today.
Tande, the ski flying world champion, is fourth on 665 points.
A second and final event is scheduled to take place in Willingen tomorrow.
It will be the last competition before the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games, which are scheduled to begin next Friday (February 9).