Norway's Jarl Magnus Riiber has extended his lead at the top of the International Ski Federation Nordic Combined World Cup standings with a Gundersen win on home snow in Trondheim.
The 21-year-old Olympic silver medallist, a winner six times on the World Cup circuit already this season, triumphed yet again with a score of 105.9 points in the jumps before finishing the 10 kilometres cross-country race in 25min 03.7sec.
His compatriot Magnus Krog came second, finishing the cross country race 4.5 seconds behind, while Austria claimed third place through Wilhelm Denifl.
He scored 114.8 points on the jumps before finishing the cross country in 25:27.8.
"In the home venue it’s [the win] so amazing," Riiber said.
"It felt good after the ski jumping so I’m very happy."
Riiber now leads the World Cup standings on 958 points, well ahead of Germany’s Johannes Rydzek, second on 672.
He finished 11th today.
Third overall is Austria’s Mario Seidl, who, suffering with a cold, did not take part today
A second Gundersen is due to be held tomorrow.