Urša Bogataj was part of the winning Slovenian team today in Oslo ©Getty Images

Slovenia's Urša Bogataj, Lovro Kos, Nika Križnar and Timi Zajc were clear victors in today's mixed team event in Oslo on the latest leg of the International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup, and were joined on the podium by Austria and Norway, who were split by a fine margin.

Off the back of their gold medal in the event at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games - with the only change being Kos for Peter Prevc - Slovenia showed their might once more by scoring 942.9 points.

This was more than 75 points in front of Austria, who held off Norway by just 0.8 points.

Zajc pulled out the second-best jump of the day in his second attempt for a score of 132.4, only beaten by the final effort of Stefan Kraft whose 135.8 got Austria the silver medal with a total of 867.7.

Stefan Kraft recorded the best jump of the day ©Getty Images
Stefan Kraft recorded the best jump of the day ©Getty Images

Kraft was joined in second by Chiara Kreuzer, Manuel Fettner and Marita Kramer, the latter missing the women's events at Beijing 2022 after testing positive for COVID-19.

Halvor Egner Granerud put in the third-best jump of the day in his final round for Norway, but the score of 131.7 fell just short of the mark, meaning his country finished third on 866.9.

Also on the podium with him were Anna Odine Stroem, Robert Johansson and Silje Opseth.

Japan and Germany completed the top five.