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SKI JUMPING: Kobayashi wins Raw Air; Lundby clinches women’s World Cup title

The dream season for Japan’s Ryoyu Kobayashi continued in Norway as he won yet another in-season tournament to go along with his seasonal World...

SKI JUMPING: Kobayashi clinches World Cup season title as Raw Air Tournament revs up

The remarkable rise of 22-year-old Ryoyu Kobayashi (JPN) has been confirmed as he has clinched the seasonal World Cup title after a third-place performance...

NORDIC SKIING: Bolshunov leads a Russian sweep, while Johaug remains perfect at Holmenkollen in...

The amazing story of Therese Johaug added another chapter on Sunday as she won her 11th straight distance race at the World Cup or...

NORDIC SKIING Preview: Famed Holmenkollen Ski Fest starts in Oslo

The high point of the 2018-19 seasons in Cross Country, Nordic Combined and Ski Jumping was the World Championships in Seefeld (AUT). But there...

SKI JUMPING: Kobayashi wins 11th in Willingen, while Lundby sweeps Obertsdorf

The stars of the World Cup season took over this weekend, with big victories in Germany. Japan’s Ryoyu Kobayashi, who came out of nowhere to...

SKI JUMPING Preview: Stoch tries to defend Willingen Five title in Germany

Both the men’s and women’s World Cups are in action in Germany for the final competitions before the Nordic World Championships in Austria that...

SKI JUMPING: Takanashi ends Lundby’s win streak at six in Ljubno

The conditions were much less than ideal, with so much wind that the qualifying round for the women’s jumpers in Ljubno (SLO) had to...

SKI JUMPING Preview: Kobayashi looks for 11th win this season; Lundby trying for six...

With two weeks to go to the World Nordic Championships, there are two more stops on the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup tour, starting...

SKI JUMPING: Zajc, Kobayashi and Stoch triumph in Obertsdorf Ski-Flying weekend

This was the first weekend of jumping off the massive ski-flying hills of more than 200 m, in this case the 235 m hill...

SKI JUMPING: Ski Flying season takes off in Obertsdorf!

Your typical hill for most men’s World Cup ski jumping competitions is 130-150 meters, certainly a challenge. But this week’s jumping will be off...

SKI JUMPING: Austria’s Kraft and Norway’s Lundby sweep weekend jumps

Two jumpers – Austria’s Stefan Kraft and Norway’s Maren Lundby – dominated the men’s and women’s competitions this weekend in Japan and Romania. Kraft (AUT),...

SKI JUMPING Preview: Will Sapporo be a happy homecoming for Kobayashi?

Exactly halfway through the men’s World Cup schedule for 2018-19, the superstar of the first half of the circuit will be jumping in front...

SKI JUMPING: Veterans Kraft and Iraschko-Stolz collect wins in Zakopane and Japan

Good weekend for two of the storied jumpers in the history of the sport: Austria’s Stefan Kraft and Daniela Iraschko-Stolz. Kraft, who dominated the 2016-17 season and won two World Championships golds, won his 13th World Cup gold and first in two seasons in Zakopane (POL), where he had also won in 2016. Iraschko-Stolz, one […]
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SKI JUMPING Preview: Kobayashi faces Stoch, Kubacki and Zyla … in Poland

The amazing season for Japan’s 21-year-old Ryoyu Kobayashi will get one of its sternest tests this week in Zakopane (POL), where he will face...

SKI JUMPING: Kobayashi equals all-time World Cup record of six consecutive wins

The amazing story of 22-year-old Japanese star Ryoyu Kobayashi continued at Val di Fiemme, as he won his sixth straight World Cup event, overwhelming the field on Saturday on the 135 m hill and compiling 315.0 points to 288.5 for Poland Dawid Kubacki. “This was a great competition, the conditions were good and my jumps […]
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SKI JUMPING Preview: Can Kobayashi keep his streak alive? How about Althaus?

The FIS Ski Jumping World Cup continues for the men in Val di Fiemme for the men and in Sapporo (JPN) for the women,...

SKI JUMPING: Kobayashi completes Four Hills sweep with win in Bischofshofen!

In the first 65 editions of the Four Hills Tournament, only Germany’s Sven Hannawald had managed to win the sport’s “Grand Slam” by winning...

SKI JUMPING: Kobayashi wins second Four Hills tourney at Garmisch

When Poland’s Kamil Stoch swept all four stages of the Four Hills Tournament last year for the first time since Sven Hannawald (GER), who managed...

SKI JUMPING: Kobayashi takes Four Hills opener in Obertsdorf

He did it again! Japan’s Ryoyu Kobayashi had never won a World Cup event coming into the season. Now he has five wins in the eight events contested! And this was a big one, the opener of the 67th Four Hills Tournament in Obertsdorf (GER). He crushed his first jump, reaching 138.5 m, the best […]
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SKI JUMPING Preview: Four Hills Tournament starts in Obertsdorf

It’s the end of the year – and the start of a new one – so it’s time for the famed Four Hills Tournament...
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