Gyda Westvold Hansen continues her undefeated run in the Nordic Combined World Cup ©Getty Images

Gyda Westvold Hansen made it a seventh victory in a row in the women's International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) Nordic Combined World Cup today in Seefeld, while her Norwegian compatriot Jens Lurås Oftebro took the men's gold.

Twenty-year-old Westvold Hansen has won all women's World Cup events since December 2021 with the exception of the first leg in Schonach last season, where she failed to finish - leaving the door open for a victory for Anju Nakamura of Japan.

Today, she was clear of the rest of the field again, finishing the 5-kilometres cross-country skiing section with the fifth-fastest time after dominating in the ski jumping.

Her time of 14min 47.3sec saw her lead 17-year-old Nathalie Armbruster of Germany by 25.7sec.

Ida Marie Hagen made it two Norwegians on the podium after recording the best skiing section, 46 seconds quicker than her compatriot, but had a handicap of nearly two minutes.

Hagen was 56.4 behind the winner, followed by Italian Annika Sieff and Norway's Mari Leinan Lund in fourth and fifth.

Jens Lurås Oftebro claimed his second win of the World Cup season ©Getty Images
Jens Lurås Oftebro claimed his second win of the World Cup season ©Getty Images

Oftebro made it two victories for Norway on the first of three days in Austria, being the quickest in cross-country skiing to top the podium in a time of 18:33.7.

He set off at the same time in skiing as home favourite Johannes Lamparter, who he managed to take eight seconds out of to win the gold medal.

Lamparter took silver, six seconds in front of German Julian Schmid.

Norwegian Jarl Magnus Riiber narrowly missed the podium in fourth and was followed in by Germans Manuel Faißt and Vinzenz Geiger.

Ryota Yamamoto, the best ski jumper today, finished seventh - having recorded the 40th fastest skiing time from 52 athletes.

Riiber still leads the overall standings, followed by Lamparter and Oftebro.