Olympic champion Kamil Stoch of Poland led qualification for tomorrow's large hill ski jumping final at the Raw Air Tournament in Norway.
Stoch leaped 131 metres for a points total of 143.2 at an event doubling as an International Ski Federation World Cup leg on Oslo's famous Holmenkollbakken.
Robert Johansson of Norway scored 137 points for second place.
Richard Freitag of Germany accrued 135.1 points for third.
Norwegian jumping prodigy Jarl Riiber also returned from missing last week's FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Lahti to lead the provisional competition round for tomorrow's Nordic Combined World Cup in the Norwegian capital.
Riiber was still battling the effects of an eye infection and was competing in glasses rather than his regular contact lenses.
He managed 132m, but the score will only be used in the competition proper if the round scheduled for tomorrow is cancelled.
Germany’s Manuel Faißt was the second best performer with 130.5m.
Jan Schmid also managed third place on home snow with 131m.
Germany's Johannes Rydzek finished fourth.
The whole Gunderson competition proper is scheduled to take place tomorrow.