Austria triumphed in the men's team event at the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Lahti ©Getty Images

Olympic champions Austria won their third men's team event out of four on the International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup circuit with victory on the large hill at Salpausselkä in Lahti.

Stefan Kraft, winner of last night's individual competition at the same venue in Finland, top scored on both rounds of the fourth group of ski jumpers with his scores of 146.2 points and 156.8 from jumps of 130.0 metres and 128m.

Jan Hörl, Clemens Aigner and Ulrich Wohlgenannt also contributed to Austria's winning score of 1087.9.

Austria triumphed at this season's first two men's team World Cup events in Wisła and Bischofshofen, while Slovenia came out on top in Zakopane.

The nations earned gold and silver respectively in the team event at Beijing 2022.

It was Slovenia who placed second again in Lahti as Žiga Jelar, Cene Prevc, Timi Zajc and Peter Prevc notched 1082.4.

Germany, including World Cup leader Karl Geiger, took third place with their score of 1058.0.

Norway were the closest challengers to the podium and the only other team who reached four figures with 1029.7.

Tomorrow is set to be the final day of competition in Lahti with another men's individual World Cup scheduled.