Slovenia were the winners of the team event at the women's International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup in Ljubno.
The Slovenian team, comprising Nika Križnar, Urša Bogataj, Ema Klinec and Špela Rogelj, scored a total of 1,064.8 points to triumph on home snow.
Both Križnar and Bogataj had impressed in yesterday's individual qualifying round, finishing second and third respectively.
A strong Norwegian team were second on 1,046.9, with crystal globe holder Maren Lundby the standout performer.
Silje Opseth, who topped qualifying, also featured, alongside Eirin Maria Kvandal and Thea Minyan Bjørseth.
In third was the Austrian team of Daniela Iraschko-Stolz, Lisa Eder, Chiara Hoelzl and Marita Kramer with 1,028.9.
Kramer currently tops the standings of the individual World Cup, which resumes in Ljubno tomorrow.
In total, 13 countries contested today's team event.