Norway's ski jumpers stretched their slender lead at the top of the men's team standings with a polished World Cup victory in Lahti, Finland.
Marius Lindvik, Daniel-Andre Tande, Robert Johansson and Halvor Egner Granerud combined for 1024.2 points, with all eight of their jumps landing between 122 and 131 metres.
They beat championship rivals Poland – comprised of quartet of Piotr Zyla, Andrzej Stekala, Kamil Stoch and Dawid Kubacki - by just 5.9 points and now lead the overall standings by 84 points, a growth of 50.
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Germany's Pius Paschke, Martin Hamann, Markus Eisenbichler and Karl Geiger finished third with 1014.4 points and are also third in the overall standings but a massive 701 points off Norway's pace.
Japan's Yukiya Sato landed the longest jump of the day with a 131.5-metre effort in round 2 but his team had to settle for fifth, with Austria ahead of them in fourth.
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