Marita Kramer of Austria won the International Ski Federation (FIS) Women's Ski Jumping World Cup event in Ramsau after leading yesterday's qualification round.
Kramer, 19, continued her impressive form from the qualifying event to triumph with a total of 253.6.
She had managed jumps of 94.0 metres and 96.0m at the Austrian resort.
Nika Kriznar of Slovenia was second after jumps of 91.5m and 94.0, totalling 245.1.
Four-time World Cup winner Sara Takanashi was in third place.
The Japanese star had jumped 88.0 and 89.5 to finish on 121.7.
The defending World Cup champion, Maren Lundby of Norway, had to settle for seventh with 229.4.
Competition in the FIS Women's Ski Jumping World Cup is expected to continue in Ljubno in Slovenia from January 22 to 24 2021.
A number of events have recently been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, throwing the schedule into uncertainty.
Men's competition is also currently taking place in Engelberg in Switzerland.