Chiara Hölzl of Austria overtook Maren Lundby in the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup standings after triumphing again in Oberstdorf.
Hölzl came within five points of Norway's Lundby after winning at the German venue yesterday.
She managed to surpass the Olympic champion after scoring 287.6 points this afternoon, jumping distances of 127.5 metres and 129.0m.
Lundby came second on 285.3 with jumps of 122.5m and 131.5m.
Another Austrian, 18-year-old Marita Kramer, jumped 125.0m and an impressive 137.0m to finish third on 269.8.
Hölzl now leads the World Cup standings with 830 points, while Lundby trails on 815.
Eva Pinkelnig of Austria is their nearest opponent on 719.
There are 10 World Cup events left this season, with athletes back in action on Saturday (February 8) at Hinzenbach in Austria.