Due to new Covid-19 government restrictions announced today by the Norwegian government that the Norwegian Ski Association will be unable to host any further competitions through the end of current World Cup season, due to the stricter travel and event-related restrictions. As a result, the following FIS World Cup events are cancelled: FIS Cross Country World Cup Finals; 12-14 March ...

Sara Takanashi took the 59th World Cup victory. The Japanese triumphed in the Sunday competition at Aigner-Schanze (HS90) in Hinzenbach with jumps of 89 m and 92.5 m. Eirin Maria Kvandal soared a terrible looking fall. Sara Takanashi was in the lead already after first round. The four-time winner of the Crystal Globe reached 89 meters and was 1.5 points ...

Sara Takanashi breaks the record! The Japanese reached the 58th victory in FIS World Cup in her career. The four-time Crystal Globe winner won the Saturday's competition at Aigner-Schanze (HS90) in Hinzenbach with two jumps of 90 meters. Nika Kriznar was second and Silje Opseth was third. Sara Takanashi was in the lead already after thr first round in Hinzenbach. ...

Nika Kriznar won the World Cup competition for the first time in her career. The Slovenian athlete triumphed in Friday's event at Aigner-Schanze (HS90) in Hinzenbach with jumps of 89 and 90.5 meters. Ema Klinec was second and Eirin Maria Kvandal was third. Originally, Sara Takanashi was in the lead after the first round. The four-time winner of the Crystal ...

Marita Kramer won the Sunday's FIS World Cup competition at the Hochfirstschanze (HS142) in Titisee-Neustadt. The overall standings leader triumphed with jumps of 137.5 and 135 meters. Sara Takanashi was second and Silje Opseth was third. Marita Kramer (137.5 m) was already leading after the first round, when she was ahead of Sarah Takanashi (136.5 m) and Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (132.5 ...

Marita Kramer won Saturday's FIS World Cup competition at the Hochfirstschanze (HS142) in Titisee-Neustadt. The Austrian athlete jumped at 131.5 and 135 meters. Silje Opseth was second and Ema Klinec was third. Marita Kramer was already in the lead at the halfway point of the competition, when she soared 131.5 meters at the first round. The World Cup leader was ...

Eirin Maria Kvandal reached her first victory in the FIS World Cup. The Norwegian triumphed in the Sunday competition in Ljubno (HS94) with jumps of 92 m and 89 m. The second place went to Ema Klinec (Slovenia) and the third to Marita Kramer (Austria). After the first round, Ema Klinec was in the lead. The host athlete soared 94 ...

Slovenia won the Saturday World Cup team competition in Ljubno (HS94). Norway was second and Austria was third. The record amount of 13 teams competed in this event. The Slovenian team was already in the lead after the first round. Ultimately, Ema Klinec, Spela Rogelj, Ursa Botagaj and Nika Kriznar beat Norway by 17.9 points. The Austrians were third, with ...

Marita Kramer became the winner of the inaugural World Cup competition in Ramsau (HS98). The Austrian athlete reached in her jumps 94 and 96 meters. The winner's final jump is a new women's hill record. Nika Kriznar was second and Sara Takanashi was third. In the first round, Marita Kramer did the farthest jump. The main favorite of the competition ...

The new season of the World Cup will begin later this year! The Austrian Ski Association (OSV) has announced that it will host an additional competition. The event will take place on December 18 in Ramsau (HS98). Previously, the World Cup competitions planned in January in Japan were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, the event in Lillehammer, ...