Marius Lindvik ended Norway's long wait for a Winter Olympics gold in the men's large hill individual event as the ski jumper triumphed on Saturday.
Lindvik topped qualification on Friday and kept up that level of performance to claim gold ahead of reigning champion Ryoyu Kobayashi of Japan and Germany's Karl Geiger.
The 23-year-old Lindvik sealed his title with a combined score of 296.1 points thanks to jumps of 140.5m and 140m.
Lindvik's success ended a 58-year wait for a Norway gold in the men's event, since Toralf Engan won in 1964.
No nation has won as many medals (22) or golds (eight) in the event as Norway, however, with the country having triumphed six consecutive times from 1924 to 1952, when there was only one ski jumping event.
Despite their prior success, Norway's 58-year drought was the longest wait for any country to win a second gold in the large hill.
It also brought up a milestone 200th gold medal across both the Olympics and Winter Olympics for Norway in total (60 summer, 140 winter). They are the ninth nation to reach the landmark.
"It feels insane," Lindvik said. "I couldn't imagine it."
Taking flight!— Olympics (@Olympics) February 12, 2022
Marius Lindvik (Norway) claims the #SkiJumping - men's large hill individual #Gold medal!
This is his first Olympic medal, congratulations! #Beijing2022 | #StrongerTogether | @MariusLindvik