World champions Norway triumphed in the team parallel event as action finally began at the Alpine Ski World Cup finals following the weather-enforced cancellation of the opening two days in Lenzerheide.
Leif Kristian Nestvold-Haugen, Sebastian Foss-Solevåg, Kristina Riis-Johannessen and Kristin Lysdahl edged out Germany's Andrea Filser, Linus Strasser, Lena Duerr and Alexander Schmid in the big final at the Swiss venue.
Austria, represented by Franziska Gritsch, Fabio Gstrein, Katharina Huber and Adrian Pertl, finished third after beating Sweden in the small final.
Norway, who won the team parallel title at last month's World Championships, were pushed all the way in each of their rounds.
They finished level with all of their opponents, including Germany, before being awarded victory by virtue of recording the fastest team.
The event was the first to take place at the finals after the men's and women's downhill and super-G races were called off because of bad weather.
Attention is now set to turn to the battle for the overall titles, with the men's giant slalom and women's slalom scheduled for tomorrow.
The reverse events are due to be held on Sunday (March 21).
Frenchman Alexis Pinturault and Petra Vlhová of Slovakia lead the men's and women's standings, respectively, going into the final two events of the campaign.