Norway won gold in the men's team event as ski jumping action at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games concluded today.
The Norwegian quartet of Johann Andre Forfang, Robert Johansson, Andreas Stjernen and Daniel Andre Tande posted a winning total of 1098.5 points over two rounds at the Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre.
Johansson, recognisable for his trademark handlebar mustache, sealed victory after registering 137.6 points with the last jump of the competition.
Germany's Richard Freitag, Karl Geiger, Stephan Leyhe and Andreas Wellinger claimed the silver medal with 1075.7 points.
Poland's Stefan Hula, Maciej Kot, Dawid Kubacki and Kamil Stoch, the individual large hill gold medallist, came third with 1072.4 points.
"I did see on the top that we had 22 points on Poland before the last jump," Johansson, who also won bronze in the individual normal hill and large hill events here, said.
"That made me a bit calmer, but anyway, the nerves are coming more and more as it's closing in to your own jump.
"So I just tried to calm myself down and calm myself down good enough to deliver what it took.
"[I was] nervous, but [it was] a fantastic feeling afterwards."
Norway were the frontrunners throughout and led after the first round with 545.9 points.
They were followed by Germany with 543.9 points and Poland with 540.9.
Victory secured Norway’s second ski jumping gold medal of Pyeongchang 2018, following on from Maren Lundby’s triumph in the women's normal hill individual event last Monday (February 12).
Norway have now won 28 medals at Pyeongchang 2018, setting a new record for their most at a single Winter Olympics having won 26 at both Lillehammer 1994 and Sochi 2014.
Wellinger and Johansson became the seventh and eighth ski jumpers to win a medal in all three men's events at one Winter Games, and the first since Austria’s Gregor Schlierenzauer in 2010.
The former won individual normal hill gold and individual large hill silver here.
A total of 12 teams started in the event with the top eight advancing to the final round after each member of the four-man team jumped.
All eight teams in the final round then jumped once more, with the collective score from all eight jumps determining the overall result.
Norway topped the ski jumping medal standings with two golds, one silver and two bronzes.