Jarl Magnus Riiber was once again in a class of his own as he eased to his fourth Nordic Combined World Cup win of the season on home snow.
Riiber jumped the furthest of anyone with a whopping 143 metres in the ski jumping leg and started with a commanding lead in the 10km cross-country.
And he converted that into a 13.5-second victory to send the locals home happy in Lillehammer.
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Riiber was followed across the line by Austria's Johannes Lamparter, while Germany's Eric Frenzel completed the podium a further 32.1 seconds back.
Riiber has racked up 300 points already this season and has the yellow bib, with Lamparter second on 272.
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