The two individual titles at the Norwegian summer Ski Jumping national championships in Trondheim went to Marius Lindvik and Eirin Maria Kvandal.
Marius Lindvik claimed the Norwegian championship title on the HS 140 large hill with jumps of 139.5 and 135.5 m and a total of 273.6 points.
Halvor Egner Granerud came in second with 139 m and 130 m and 266.8 points. Only 0.2 points behind Granerud, the third place surprisingly went to Bendik Jakobsen Heggli, who posted the longest jump of the day in the first round with 141.5 m and landed at 131 m in the final.
Robert Johansson finished fourth, followed by Robin Pedersen and Daniel Andre Tande in fifth and sixth.
In absence of last winter’s overall World Cup champion Maren Lundby, Eirin Maria Kvandal won the women’s competition with 198.3 points (120.5 m and 121.5 m), ahead of Silje Opseth (115 m and 117.5 m; 194.1 points) and Thea Minyan Bjoerseth (109.5 m and 109 m; 163.7 points).