Germany justified their favourites tag as they produced a commanding performance to win the women's team competition at the International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup in Ljubno.
The team of Carina Vogt, Anna Rupprecht, Juliane Seyfarth, and Katharina Althaus combined to score a formidable total of 1001.3 points to finish comfortably ahead of the rest of the field.
Slovenia, represented by Jerneja Brecl, Spela Rogelj, Nika Kriznar, Ursa Bogataj, took the silver medal on 975.9 points.
Jacqueline Seifriedsberger, Lisa Eder, Chiara Hoelzl, Eva Pinkelnig of Austria scored an overall 936.9 points to clinch bronze.
The German athletes managed consistent jumps throughout the competition to claim victory in the last team event to be held before it features on the programme at the upcoming Nordic World Ski Championships in Seefeld for the first time.
"It is great that we were able to win the second team event of the season," said Althaus.
"The atmosphere at the hill was fantastic and we are all so happy to stand on top of the podium again.
"We are very excited about the team event in Seefeld and hope we can show equally good jumps there."
Germany were denied a clean sweep of the team events staged today as Austria triumphed at the men's World Cup in Lahti.
Philipp Aschenwald, Gregor Schlierenzauer, Michael Hayböck and Stefan Kraft scored 953.6 points between them to triumph in the Finnish resort.
The German quartet of Karl Geiger, Richard Freitag, Andreas Wellinger and Stephan Leyhe did enough for silver as they finished on 942.6 points.
Japan's Yukiya Sato, Daiki Ito, Junshiro Kobayashi and Ryoyu Kobayashi claimed bronze on 929.5 points.
Both World Cups continue tomorrow with individual events.