Gyda Westvold Hansen of Norway has established a one-minute cushion going into the final cross-country skiing leg in Oslo ©Getty Images

Norway’s Gyda Westvold Hansen has moved in front at the halfway stage of the season finale in Oslo as she looks to complete a perfect women’s International Ski and Snowboard Federation (FIS) Nordic Combined World Cup campaign.

Back in World Cup action after winning individual and mixed team gold at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Planica, Hansen continued her sensational form in the Norwegian capital.

Hansen delivered the longest jump of the day in the ski jumping round, registering a mark of 103.5 metres to score 132.4 points.

It has given her a one-minute cushion going into the five kilometre cross-country skiing leg, scheduled to be held at the Holmenkollen Arena in Oslo on Saturday (March 11).

Hansen has won all nine World Cup events this season, earning her the overall title, and will hope to cap a remarkable campaign with a 10th victory on home snow.

Anju Nakamura of Japan is sitting in second position after landing a jump of 94.5m to score 117.2.

The Japanese ace is set to start 1min 1sec behind Hansen as she bids to deny the Norwegian star.

Italy’s Annika Sieff is due to begin 1:14 further back in third after notching 113.8 points with a distance of 94m.

Japan’s Haruka Kasai and Norway’s Ida Marie Hagen completed the top five after scoring 111.9 and 110.7 respectively.