Fresh from his domination of the Nordic World Ski Championships, Jarl Magnus Riiber recorded back-to-back World Cup wins in Oslo ©Getty Images

Jarl Magnus Riiber continued his fine form since returning to competition with another victory at his home International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) Nordic Combined World Cup in Oslo.

The Norwegian has won the Crystal Globe in the last four seasons, but missed six World Cup events prior to the 10 kilometres Gundersen double header at the Holmenkollen National Arena following illness and the death of two of his grandparents.

He returned to win all four available golds at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Planica, triumphing in both individual events, the men's team large hill and mixed team normal hill.

In Oslo, Riiber led after the ski jumping element on the Holmenkollbakken large hill, scoring 128.1 points from a 125.0 metres jump to earn a lead of 13sec over Franz-Josef Rehrl and 1min 22sec over third-placed Martin Fritz.

Austrian Rehrl scored 124.9 from the furthest jump of the day at 132.5m, with his compatriot Fritz notching 107.5 from a 121.5m effort.

Riiber pulled further clear in the cross-country skiing element, building a lead of 1:29 over Rehrl after three-quarters of the race.

He triumphed in 22min 45.7sec, finishing more than one-and-a-half minutes clear of the chasing pack.

Rehrl slipped to seventh, with German pair Vinzenz Geiger and Julian Schmid climbing into the medal positions.

Individual normal hill Olympic champion Geiger climbed from eighth to second with the third-fastest cross-country time of 22:24.4, meaning he finished 1:32.7 adrift of Riiber.

Schmid scored 103.4 from a 121.0m jump to rank fourth in the ski jumping, and climbed one place with his time of 22:44.2, finishing 1:37.5 off the pace.

Olympic large hill silver medallist Jens Lurås Oftebro of Norway was quickest in the cross-country with a time of 22:17.2, but had to settle for 11th after placing 21st with 87.6 points in the ski jumping.

Overall leader Johannes Lamparter of Austria continued his bid for the Crystal Globe with a steady display that earned sixth place in Oslo.

He ranked 10th in the ski jumping with 97.4 from 117.5m, and climbed fourth places with a time of 22:30.7 in the cross-country, finishing 1:48.0 adrift of Riiber.

Lamparter has 1,325 points and a 146-point lead over Schmid and 152-point advantage over Oftebro with only two events in Lahti in Finland remaining.

Riiber held the yellow bib from the start of December until the end of January, but is fourth on 923.