FIS News

Thomas Diethart wants to return to the top

Veröffentlicht am 23.04.2017

Thomas Diethart, who sensationally won the 4-Hills-Tournament in the 2013/14 season, is fighting for his return to the top after some difficult years.

Daniela Iraschko-Stolz underwent knee surgery

Veröffentlicht am 19.04.2017

Austria's Daniela Iraschko-Stolz had to undergo surgery on Tuesday, due to an injury that she had already sustained early March.

Three ski jumpers on Swiss A-team

Veröffentlicht am 18.04.2017

The Swiss Ski Association (Swiss-Ski) announced its Ski Jumping teams for the upcoming 2017/18 season on Tuesday.

Ronan Lamy Chappuis has to undergo back surgery

Veröffentlicht am 15.04.2017

Ronan Lamy Chappuis, who was sidelined for the most part of the last winter season due to back problems, will now have to undergo surgery.

Preliminary calendars for 2017/18 released

Veröffentlicht am 07.04.2017

The preliminary competition calendars for the 2017 summer season and the winter 2017/18 were released on Friday afternoon during the annual spring meetings of the FIS Sub-Committees in Zurich (SUI).

Canada: Titles to Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes and Taylor Henrich

Veröffentlicht am 06.04.2017

For the Canadian ski jumpers the season 2016/17 ended with the national championships in the Whistler Olympic Park last weekend. The titles on the 2010 Olympic hills there went to the two favorites Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes and Taylor Henrich.

Eetu Nousiainen wins Finnish championships

Veröffentlicht am 02.04.2017

Youngster Eetu Nousiainen, who made his debut in the World Cup towards the end of last season, was the best in the Finnish Ski Jumping championships on the normal hill on Sunday.

Noriaki Kasai: Focus on PyeongChang

Veröffentlicht am 31.03.2017

Noriaki Kasai presented himself in a really good shape at the end of the past season. With finishing third in Vikersund and a fourth and a second place at the World Cup final in Planica, the Japanese crowd favorite could once again prove his outstanding Ski Flying skills.

Denis Kornilov and Ksenia Kablukova Russian champions

Veröffentlicht am 30.03.2017

Denis Kornilov and Ksenia Kablukova claimed the titles at the Russian Ski Jumping championships on the normal hill in Chaikovsky.

Andreas Mitter: "It's an honor to work for the Finnish team"

Veröffentlicht am 28.03.2017

Andreas Mitter is now coaching the Finnish Ski Jumping team for a year. The Austrian, for whom this is the first job as head coach after working with young athletes in his home country, shall lead the once big Ski Jumping nation back to the top.

Stefan Kraft takes overall World Cup 2016/17

Veröffentlicht am 26.03.2017

Stefan Kraft won the final competition of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup 2016/17 and also claimed the overall World Cup title and the Ski Flying World Cup title. The second and third place in the great finale on the Letalnica Ski Flying hill in Planica (SLO) went to Andreas Wellinger of Germany and Japan's Noriaki Kasai.

Norway the best team in Planica

Veröffentlicht am 25.03.2017

The team of Norway, with Robert Johansson, Johann Andre Forfang, Anders Fannemel and Andreas Stjernen, won the final team competition of the 2016/17 season on Saturday with 1551.6 points. In a breathtaking competition the Norwegians came in ahead of Germany (1502.6 points) and Poland (1493.8 points). The 25 000 enthusiastic fans also saw a new amazing hill record of 251.5 m, set by Poland's Kamil Stoch.

Stefan Kraft first winner on the final weekend

Veröffentlicht am 24.03.2017

Austria's Stefan Kraft won the first of three Ski Flying event on the final weekend of the Ski Jumping season in Planica (SLO). With jumps of 243 m and 240.5 m (490.2 points), the 23-year-old of the club SV Schwarzach took a clear win ahead of the two Germans Andreas Wellinger and Markus Eisenbichler. After this win the overall World Cup title is now within reach for Kraft. 

Robert Johansson takes quali win in Planica

Veröffentlicht am 23.03.2017

The victory in the qualification for the first individual competition at the World Cup final in Planica (SLO) went to Norway's Robert Johansson, who already proved his flying skills when he held the world record for a short period of time last weekend in Vikersund.

The RAW AIR rocks

Veröffentlicht am 20.03.2017

After the dramatic final on Sunday in Vikersund the organizers drew a preliminary conclusion: The Norwegian Ski Association as well as the International Ski Federation FIS were completely satisfied with the premiere of the new 10-day competition series of the world's best ski jumpers.

Kamil Stoch and Stefan Kraft celebrate wins in Vikersund

Veröffentlicht am 19.03.2017

Kamil Stoch of Poland won Sunday's Ski Flying event on the "Monsterbakken" in Vikersund. In an extremely exciting competition, Stoch had jumps of 238.5 m and 237 m (466.6 points) and took the win ahead of Noriaki Kasai of Japan (239.5 m and 241.5 m; 448.0 points) and Austria's Michael Hayboeck (241.5 m and 222.5 m; 430.4 points). This was the 22nd win in the World Cup for Stoch, the second in Ski Flying. It was also a dramatic final of the battle for the RAW AIR overall title. At the end Stefan Kraft of Austria could take home the first ever RAW AIR trophy. 

COC: Clemens Aigner last winner of the season

Veröffentlicht am 19.03.2017

The last competition of the 2016/17 Continental Cup season could also not take place on the large hill due to the wind conditions and so the event had to be moved to the normal hill in Chaikovsky (RUS) again, like already on Saturday.

Norway takes the home win, Kraft the world record

Veröffentlicht am 18.03.2017

Incredible team competition as part of the RAW AIR Tournament in Vikersund (NOR). On the world's largest Ski Flying hill local hero Robert Johansson was the first to set a new world record with 252 m (the old record was set by Norway's Anders Fannemel in 2015). Only a few minutes later there was yet another record jump: Austria's Stefan Kraft landed at outstanding 253.5 m and could hardly avoid a fall. 

COC: Constantin Schmid celebrates his first win

Veröffentlicht am 18.03.2017

Due to the difficult wind conditions in Chaikovsky (RUS) it was decided to move the first competition on this season's final of the Continental Cup on Saturday afternoon from the large to the normal hill.

Kamil Stoch again the best in the qualification

Veröffentlicht am 17.03.2017

It was not looking too good all day long for the opening Ski Flying event in Vikersund (NOR). Due to the strong wind the competition, which was included in the program as a replacement for the canceled competition in Lillehammer, could not be held. Then also the start of the training and the qualification had to be postponed various times before the athletes could finally start to fly at 7:30 pm CET.

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