The International Ski Federation (FIS) Men's Ski Jumping World Cup season is set to continue this weekend in Nizhny Tagil.
Back-to-back HS134 events will take place in the Russian city.
It follows today's qualification, which saw Norway's Johann André Forfang come out on top with a total of 127.3 points.
Compatriot Daniel-André Tande finished second with 121.1 points, while Austria's Daniel Huber came third with 119.4.
Tande currently leads the overall standings in the FIS Men's Ski Jumping World Cup.
The Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic team gold medallist sits on 200 points after picking up wins at the first two stops of the season last month.
They came in Polish town Wisła and Ruka in Finland.
Slovenia's Anže Lanišek is second with 140 points, while Austria's Philipp Aschenwald is third with 93.