Jarl Magnus Riiber decided to win the final battle.
Finland Eero Hirvonen and Ilkka Herola placed seventh in the combined world cup pair sprint in Lahti.
Hirvonen and Herola were eighth after the hill section. Hirvonen’s jump from Lahti’s HS130 hill carried 111 meters and Herola’s effort 113 meters.
The first team in Finland reached the ski slope from behind Austria, which had led one and nine seconds after the hill section.
Herola skied 55.5 seconds later than the winner.
Kisan Norway’s number one team rose to victory Jørgen Graabak–Jarl Magnus Riiber, who was fifth after the hill section 27 seconds behind the tip.
Germany’s number one team Fabian Rießle–Vinzenz Geiger finished second in the final and Japan’s No. 1 team Ryota Yamamoto–Akito Watabe third.
Austrians Bernhard Gruber and Mario Seidl had to bend from top spot to sixth.
Finland’s second team Arttu Mäkiaho–Otto Niinikoski was the tenth. The duo set off on the track at 12 and a half minutes behind the tip.
The news is updated.