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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...

SKI JUMPING: Althaus sweeps first World Cups in Premanon

Is this the year for Germany’s Katharina Althaus? Second in the World Cup seasonal standings to Norway’s Maren Lundby, Althaus is quickly stamping this season...

SKI JUMPING: Kobayashi stays in front in Engelberg

We’re still early in the 2018-19 World Cup season, but the question being asked is whether Japan’s 27-year-old Ryoyu Kobayashi is the real deal,...

SKI JUMPING Preview: Women’s jumping arrives for the first time in Premanon

The expansion of the women’s World Cup program from 17 to 25 events allows for new venues, like this week’s double at Premanon in...

SKI JUMPING Preview: Men get back on track in Engelberg

The men’s World Cup season has been in the midst of an unplanned break thanks to the cancellation of the jumping at Titisee-Neustadt (GER)...

SKI JUMPING: Germany sweeps Lillehammer Triple

The season opener for the women’s Ski Jumping World Cup was the Lillehammer Triple, not simply three events in three days, but also a...

SKI JUMPING: Kobayashi impressive at Nizhny Tagil

What’s gotten into Japan’s Ryoyu Kobayashi ? Just 22, he came into this season with a grand total of one World Cup medal, a bronze...

SKI JUMPING Preview: Women’s World Cup season opens in Lillehammer

The Nordic sports festival in Lillehammer (NOR) will feature the season opener in women’s ski jumping, the first of 25 competitions that will stretch...

SKI JUMPING Preview: Men’s World Cup’s annual December trip to Russia

The usual trip to the jumping hill in Nizhny Tagil (RUS) comes this week, with Japan’s Ryoyu Kobayashi trying to follow up on his...

SKI JUMPING: Kobayashi wins twice in Ruka

Japan’s 22-year-old Ryoyu Kobayashi came to Ruka with the knowledge that he had been part of the winning team entry last season, and that...

SKI JUMPING Preview: Two evening events at the Ruka Nordic Festival

The 2018-19 World Cup jumping season got underway last weekend with a surprise win for Russia’s Evgeniy Klimov, who won at Wisla (POL). Are...

SKI JUMPING: First World Cup win – at last – for Russia’s Klimov

Patience is a virtue and for 24-year-old Russian jumper Evgeniy Klimov (pictured), it paid off with a win at the season-opening World Cup in Wisla (POL). Jumping off a 134 m hill, Klimov took the lead on the first jump and never relinquished it, also scoring the best jump of the second round for a […]
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SKI JUMPING Preview: Wisla hosts the men’s season opener

Poland has been one of the powers in ski jumping in recent season, including triple Olympic gold medalist Kamil Stoch. So why not start the 2018-19 season in Wisla on a high-quality 134 m hill in a special night event? The top jumpers from 2017-18 are expected to contend again this season. The final World […]
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