Stefan Kraft of Austria, left, won the gold medal in Oslo today ©Getty Images

Stefan Kraft of Austria and Slovenia's Ema Klinec won the men's and women's gold medals at the International Ski and Snowboard Federation Ski Jumping World Cup in Oslo.

Kraft is on course to win the Raw Air overall title after beating yesterday's winner Anže Lanišek of Slovenia and Dawid Kubacki of Poland for the title.

On Sunday, the Beijing 2022 large hill champion produced jumps of 130.5 metres and 131.5m to bag a total score of 266.1.

Lanišek could not replicate his form from yesterday as he only scored 257.8 points after jumps of 126.5m and 128.5m.

Kubacki, celebrating his 33rd birthday, jumped 127m and 130m for bronze, missing out on the silver medal by just 0.1 points.

After today's win, Kraft now has 92 World Cup podiums and 28 victories. 

"What a great day, first the Holmenkollen medal, then the day's win and the lead in the RAW AIR, that's perfect," Kraft, who was given the Holmenkollen medal from King Harald V of Norway before the event, said.

"That was a very special honor (sic) when I got the medal.

"The short conversation with the King of Norway impressed me very much. This honor has not been given to many Austrians, a really great honor for me.

"And then the competition with two great jumps, today everything just fit."

Meanwhile, Klinec extended her lead in the RAW AIR overall rankings, jumping 134.5m and 125m for 238.2 points and the gold medal.

Among women too, yesterday’s winner Chiara Kreuzer of Austria settled for silver.

Kreuzer got 232.2 points after jumps of 126m and 122m.

Norwegian home favourite Anna Odine Strøm placed third again with a total score of 231.6.

The next Ski Jumping World Cup is scheduled to be held tomorrow in Lillehammer.