The dates for the upcoming ski jumping season have been fixed.
Yesterday, Thursday, the 3rd October, the autumn meeting of the International Ski Federation (FIS) took place in Zurich and the competition plan for the winter season 2019/2020 was set. For the third time in a row to open the winter on November 22nd with a single and a team competition on the Adam-Malysz-Schanze in Wisla, Poland. Before the first German World Cup in Kligenthal, the Skijumpers stop in Ruka, Finnland and the Russian Nishni Tangil.
After Christmas holidays thd 68th Four Hills Tournament starts in December 28th in Oberstorf, right before Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck and Bischofshofen.
Scandinavia and Planica at the end
In March the big Scandinavian trip is up for the jumpers. First stop is Lahti, Finland, before the popular RawAir take in Norway. After a long season, there will be another highlight: from 20 to 22 March, this year's Ski Flying World Championships will take place in Planica.go back
Last weekend, the national championships took place in Germany and Austria. In Germany Karl Geiger could secure the victory, In Austria Michael Hayboeck won the championship title.
It's finally here again. From today, Monday, October 21, the coveted single tickets for the 68th Four Hills Tournament are available!
The world champion of the large hill, Markus Eisenbichler, was awarded the title of "Ski Athlete of the Year" by the other athletes of the DSV (Deutscher Skiverband: German Ski Association) as part of this years DSV athlete's clothing.