Japan's Kobayashi brothers occupied the top two spots in qualifying as the International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup continued with the latest leg of the Raw Air Tournament in Lillehammer.
Elder sibling Junshirō Kobayashi topped the pile on the large hill in the 1994 Winter Olympic host city as Ryoyu, who wrapped up the overall World Cup title yesterday, finished second.
Junshirō jumped out to 139.5 metres and was awarded a leading mark of 143.1.
Ryoyu, this season's Four Hills Tournament winner and the first non-European ever crowned as the overall World Cup champion, tallied 140.8 points as he flew to 137m.
Norway's Johann Andre Forfang finished third, registering the furthest distance of the day of 138m but only coming away with 138 points.
The Raw Air Tournament groups together performances at four Norwegian World Cup stops, with the Lillehammer leg following the Oslo meeting which concluded yesterday.
A combined points tally - including from the qualification rounds and the team events - decides the winner.
Qualification and team rounds do not count towards the World Cup standings, however.
Norway's Raw Air leader Robert Johansson maintained his position at the top as he came eighth today.
The Olympic team champion has a combined total of 677.0 with Ryoyu Kobayashi now his nearest challenger on 659.7.
Johansson won both the qualifying and competition in Oslo, as well as registering the best mark in the team event in the capital.
Austria's Stefan Kraft is on 651.7 in third.
The large hill competition in Lillehammer will now be held tomorrow.
Women were also in qualification action today as part of their Raw Air Tournament.
Olympic and world champion Maren Lundy was the best performer for hosts Norway, flying out to 141.5m for a massive 152.1 points.
Katharina Althaus of Germany and Nika Kriznar of Slovenia shared second place on 138.8.
They both jumped 131m.
Lundby, who won qualification in Oslo but was only fifth in the competition, now leads the Raw Air with 473.3 points.
Althaus has 458.2 in second and Oslo victor Daniela Iraschko-Stolz is third on 447.7.
Austrian Iraschko-Stolz was only 10th in today's qualification session.
Unlike the men's overall World Cup, the women's event has not been settled with six legs left to go so there is plenty riding on tomorrow's competition.
With 100 points available for a victory, Lundby leads by 280 in front of Althaus.