Andreas Kofler, who missed the entire last season due to an auto-immune disease, his currently highly motived to work on his comeback.
Many national teams have changed their head coaches after the Olympic season. Since May, Evgeniy Plekhov is the head coach of the Russian team. He and his new assistant Alexandr Garanin will prepare the team for the upcoming competitions.
For the Czech ski jumpers, the new competition season started already on Friday with a night event in Lomnice nad Popelkou.
The Italian Winter Sports Association (FISI) has published its Ski Jumping teams for the upcoming season on Tuesday. It was also announced that former ski jumper Federico Rigoni will is the new technical director.
After Gorazd Bertoncelj has been appointed new head coach of the Slovenian men´s team, the ladie´s ski jumping squad has a new coach, as well.
The Ski Jumping World Cup competitions on January 12th and 13th, 2019, will not be held in Liberec (CZE). This was announced by the International Ski Federation (FIS) today.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and the International Ski Federation (FIS) have extended their media rights and services partnership for the FIS Ski Flying World Championships, for two additional editions through to 2024, ensuring extensive free-to-air coverage on EBU Members’ TV and radio channels and digital platforms.
Construction works are currently in progress at the huge Ski Flying hill in Vikersund (NOR) in order to meet the requirements of the International Ski Federation (FIS).
What was already suspected by many after the French team nominations were announced on Friday is now official: Vincent Descombes Sevoie has ended his Ski Jumping career.
Veteran Vincent Descombes Sevoie is not on one of the official teams for the 2018/19 season announced by the French Ski Association on Friday.
Ski Flying World Champion Daniel Andre Tande had to spend some time in a hospital recently due to a rare disease.
The Russian team nominations for men's and ladies' Ski Jumping for the 2018/19 season were published last week.
The US American teams in men's and ladies' Ski Jumping for the 2018/19 season were announced on Thursday.
While his teammates are getting ready for the upcoming season in a training camp in Kuopio with their new head coach Lauri Hakola, Ville Larinto has now announced his retirement.
The hosting cities for the World Championships in the years 2022 and 2023 were announced at the FIS Congress in Costa Navarino (GRE) on Thursday evening.
The first training camp of the Austrian ski jumpers under their new head coach Andreas Felder was held this week on the Stubai Glacier in Tyrol, where the first snow jumps of the season were made on self-made hills.
Earlier this week, the German Ski Association (DSV) announced their various training groups for the 2018/19 season.
Johann Pichler of the ski club Bischofshofen is the new president of the 4-Hills-Tournament. This was announced by the organizing committee during its spring meetings in Munich.
The preparation for the upcoming 2018/19 season is in full swing for the Slovenian ski jumpers. This week nine athletes were training together in Kranj.
The Ski Jumping fans can look forward to seeing Simon Ammann compete also next season. As the Swiss Ski Association announced, the veteran has decided to continue his career.
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