Hosts Norway won today's team competition at the International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup in Vikersund.
The quartet of Daniel-Andre Tande, Johann Andre Forfang, Andreas Stjernen and Robert Johansson triumphed on the ski flying hill at a competition which formed part of the Raw Air Tournament.
Each jumper made two attempts with Johansson recording the furthest distance of 240.5 metres.
That was enough to give Norway, the Olympic team champions at Pyeongchang 2018 last month, the win on 1567.3 points.
Poland's team of Kamil Stoch, Piotr Zyla, Stefan Hula and Dawid Kubacki won silver on 1301.7 as Slovenia's Peter Prevc, Domen Prevc, Jernej Damjan and Tilen Bartol took bronze on 1284.0.
One team event remains this campaign, at the season-ending event in Planica, Slovenia, next weekend.
An individual World Cup will be held on the ski flying hill in Vikersund tomorrow.
Stoch, who topped qualification, is looking to wrap up the overall World Cup title in which the triple Olympic champion has a commanding lead.
The Pole also leads in the Raw Air competition, which will conclude tomorrow after four World Cup events on four Norwegian hills.