Poland triumphed in the opening competition of the summer Ski Jumping Grand Prix circuit with victory in the men's large hill team event on home soil in Wisla.
The Polish squad of Piotr Zyla, Aleksander Zniszczol, Kamil Stoch and Dawid Kubacki controlled the competition from start to finish and posted a score of 1,094.1 points to take gold at the International Ski Federation event.
Tilen Bartol, Anze Lanisek, Peter Prevc and Timi Zajc of Slovenia claimed the silver medal with a total of 1,035.7 points, while bronze went to the Norwegian team of Johann Andre Forfang, Robin Pedersen, Marius Lindvik, Daniel Andre Tande, who managed 1,029.2 points.
Germany finished outside of the medals in fourth, ahead of Japan and Austria.
Victory for the Polish squad saw new head coach Michal Dolezal get his reign off to the best possible start and came in front of a sold-out crowd of 5,000 people.
Stoch, twice an Olympic champion on the large hill and once on the normal hill, was the star of the show for Poland as he registered the furthest jump among the host nation's team.
The 32-year-old recorded an effort of 134.5 metres with his second jump, earning Poland 86.1 points.
World individual normal hill champion Kubacki also impressed with efforts of 131.5m and 128.5m.
The competition in Wisla continues tomorrow.