Ursa Bogataj came out on top as Slovenia swept the podium places in the women's HS100 at the ski jumping World Cup in Oberhof Berlin.
The two-time Olympic gold medallist finished with 227.4 points, 4.3 ahead of compatriot Nika Kriznar, who recorded a final tally of 273.1, while Ema Klinec finished third with 262.4.
Bogataj built on her success at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing with a first jump distance of 95.5 and points total of 136.8.
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It put her behind Kriznar, who totalled 139.7 after the first jump, but Bogataj bounced back on her second attempt, recording 100.0 for Distance 2 and a total 140.6 points to take the lead.
Klinec, meanwhile, sat in fifth after her first jump but produced a Points 2 tally of 132.8 to propel her onto the podium.
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