Japan's Sara Takanashi ended Olympic champion Maren Lundby's run of dominance as she won today's individual event at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup in Ljubno.
Takanashi emerged victorious from a weather-hit competition as she posted jumps of 89.5 metres and 82.5m to finish on a total of 223.9 points in the Slovenian resort.
Lundby had won the previous six events but was forced to settle for the silver medal today as the Norwegian finished second on 221.8 points.
The 24-year-old, the defending World Cup champion, recorded efforts of 82.5m and 85m.
Juliane Seyfarth of Germany was third on 216.8 points having jumped 85m and 86m.
Lundby remains in charge of the overall standings, despite her winning streak coming to an abrupt halt as she now has 1,168 points.
Germany's Katharina Althaus, a member of the squad which won the team event yesterday, is second with 943 points.
Takanashi moved up to third thanks to her victory today.
The Japanese Olympic bronze medallist is 362 points behind Lundby.
Poland's Kamil Stoch narrowed the gap to Japan's Ryoyu Kobayashi in the race for the overall men's crown with victory in in Lahti.
The three-time Olympic champion recorded the furthest jump of the competition with a 132.5m leap in the first round.
Stoch followed that by leaping 129m to end on a points total of 280.9, 17.2 ahead of Kobayashi.
The Japanese athlete managed jumps of 124m and 129.5 metres, taking silver in front of Norwegian Robert Johansson, who scored 260.1 points.
The FIS Ski Jumping World Cup season is due to resume with the latest event on the circuit in Oberstdorf from Friday (February 15) to Sunday (February 17).