Slovenia's Timi Zajc won the first individual competition of the summer Ski Jumping Grand Prix series with victory in the men's individual large hill event in Wisla in Poland.
The 19-year-old, who claimed his maiden International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup triumph last year, topped the standings with a total of 277.9 points.
Zajc held off the challenge of Poland's reigning world individual normal hill champion Dawid Kubacki to earn his first Grand Prix success.
The Slovenian produced jumps of 133.5 metres and 128.5m to secure the gold medal and get his Grand Prix campaign off to the best possible start.
Kubacki took second after efforts of 128m and 131m yielded a total of 271.3 points, while the bronze medal was claimed by Evgeniy Klimov of Russia.
Klimov, who clinched his sole World Cup win on the same hill last season, earned 266.8 points as he jumped 135m and 124.5m.
The FIS Grand Prix 2019 continues next weekend with three competitions - a men's and women's individual and mixed team - in Hinterzarten in Germany.