Jarl Magnus Riiber led Norway to victory in the team event in Lahti ©Getty Images

Jarl Magnus Riiber and Jørgen Graabak of Norway produced a flawless performance to win the team event at the International Ski Federation Nordic Combined World Cup in Lahti.

Riiber and Graabak - who occupy first and second place respectively on the individual World Cup standings, claimed victory after clocking 29min 06.3sec in the 2x7.5 kilometres cross-country race.

Terence Weber and Manuel Faisst of Germany were 28.1 seconds adrift in silver medal position.

Their compatriots Johannes Rydzek and Vinzenz Geiger took bronze, a further 2.7 secs behind the victorious Norwegian pair.

Riiber and Graabak topped the ski jumping round to lay the foundation for a comfortable triumph in the Finnish resort.

Riiber led the way for the Norwegian team, scoring 128.8 points after jumping 127 metres.

Graabak's effort of 122m yielded 113.2 points to give the Norwegian pair 242 points.

Japan's Ryota Yamamoto and Akito Watabe were second in the ski jumping having amassed 238.5 points.

The World Cup in Lahti continues with an individual large hill competition tomorrow.