Olympic champions Norway continued their good form to dominate the team competition at the Raw Air Tournament on home snow today.
The team of Daniel Andre Tande, Andreas Stjernen, Johann André Forfang and Robert Johansson all managed 131 metres or over in a superbly consistent display.
It delighted the home crowd on Oslo's famous Holmenkollbakken.
Johansson led the way with a 133m leap for a total points score of 143.3.
The team collectively scored 1,098.7 points.
A Polish team containing Olympic large hill champion Kamil Stoch finished a distant second, despite his score of 144.8 points.
Stoch, Maciej Kot, Stefan Hula and Dawid Kubacki combined for 1,039.8 points as they struggled to match the depth of the Norwegian squad.
Austria;s Gregor Schlierenzauer, Clemens Aigner, Michael Hayboeck and Stefan Kraft took the bronze medal with 1,010.2 points.
Olympic silver medallists Germany's Kal Geiger, Markus Eisenbichler, Richard Freitag and Andreas Wellinger, the normal hill champion individually at Pyeongchang 2018, finished a disappointing fourth with 1,009.8 points.
Male and female individual competitions are due to take place tomorrow on the same hill.
Further Raw Air events will then be held next week in Lillehammer, Trondheim and Vikersund.