Silje Opseth topped qualifying at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup in Ljubno as women's competition resumed following a one-month break.
Competition in the women's World Cup had not taken place since the season-opening event in Ramsau in December.
The season resumed today with a qualifying event won by Opseth in Slovenia.
The Norwegian achieved 127.4 points after a jump of 89.5 metres.
Slovenia's Nika Križnar and Urša Bogataj made use of the home advantage, finishing second and third respectively.
Križnar jumped 93.5m to score 126.0, while Bogataj managed 90.5m to score 125.9.
Crystal globe holder Maren Lundby of Norway recorded 125.7 points to just miss out on the top three.
Marita Kramer of Austria, who triumphed in Ramsau and currently leads the World Cup standings, placed eighth with 120.9.
A team event is scheduled for tomorrow, with the individual contest set to continue on Sunday (January 24).