Slovenia's Anže Lanišek triumphed on the large hill in Oslo to earn a fourth Ski Jumping World Cup win of the season ©Getty Images

Slovenia's Anže Lanišek and Austria's Chiara Kreuzer clinched victories at the International Ski and Snowboard Federation Ski Jumping World Cup on the large hill in Norway's capital Oslo.

Lanišek clinched his fourth win of the season with a steady performance on the 134-metre Holmenkollbakken hill.

His jumps of 133.0m and 139.5m were ranked as the third and second best in the two rounds respectively, earning 127.4 and 132.8 points for a total of 260.2.

That gave him a comfortable victory over Austria's Stefan Kraft, who led at the halfway stage with 129.3 from 129.5m.

His second jump of 128.5m earned 125.1, meaning he finished on 254.4 points.

Olympic bronze medallist Karl Geiger of Germany delivered a superb second jump of 137.5m to climb to from 13th to third on 253.5.

He had started with 114.9 points from a 119.0m jump.

World Cup leader Halvor Egner Granerud of Norway placed fourth with 251.8 from jumps of 129.0m and 125.0m.

That pulled him further clear of Poland's Dawid Kubacki in overall second, after he finished ninth with 241.6 from jumps of 120.5m and 135.0m.

Granerud has 1,702 points, giving him a lead of 314 over Kubacki and 506 over Lanišek.

Oslo is the first stop in the Raw Air Tournament, with yesterday's qualifying results also contributing to the ranking.

Lanišek has taken an early lead with 379.4 points, followed by last year's Raw Air winner Kraft on 376.9.

In the women's event, Kreuzer earned her second win of the season with a superb second jump of 126.5m that earned her 133.7 and helped her climb from fifth at the halfway stage.

Kreuzer started with a 125.5m effort that scored 126.4, giving her a total of 260.1.

Chiara Kreuzer of Austria triumphed in the women's large hill World Cup event in Oslo ©Getty Images
Chiara Kreuzer of Austria triumphed in the women's large hill World Cup event in Oslo ©Getty Images

That gave her a comfortable victory over Ema Klinec of Slovenia, who scored 254.6 from 123.0m and 126.5m jumps.

Norwegian home favourite Anna Odine Strøm placed third with 253.1 from 129.0m and 125.0m efforts.

Katharina Althaus of Germany had led with 131.6 from 126.0m in the first round, but slipped to fifth after following it with a 120.5m effort that scored 118.7 for a total of 250.3.

Overall leader Eva Pinkelnig of Austria had to settle for 11th with 231.3 after jumps of 124.5m and 118.0m.

Pinkelnig holds a 259-point lead over Althaus in the World Cup standings and a 416-point advantage over Strøm.

Klinec top scored in qualifying yesterday and leads the Raw Air standings with 383.6 to the 375.1 from Kreuzer.

Oslo is due to host another men's and women's qualifier and World Cup event tomorrow before the circuit moves north in Norway to Lillehammer from Monday (March 13) to Thursday (March 16).