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C U R R E N T   H E A D L I N E S Our website is undergoing changes to layout and content for 2014-15 ... please bear with us!    FIS Nordic Combined Site Features USA’s Bryan Fletcher   read article SpringerTournee and Large HIll Nationals in Park City July 28-Aug 3  invitation & schedule “Fly Girls” Program to Recruit and Retain Young Jumpers  more info below   fly girls video  Six Named to American Ski Jumping Hall of Fame; Induction August 16th  visit ASJ website Friberg 9th, Bickner 16th, Rhoads 18th in Villach FIS Cup July 13   details below USA’s Nick Alexander 27th in Kranj SLO Continental Cup July 6  details below FIS Plans First-Ever Women’s Nordic Combined Training Camp in Oberstdorf GER   details
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BRIEFLY:   Villach AUT Men’s FIS Cup     Sat 7/12:  Results          Sun 7/13:  Results      USASJ FB Five US jumpers competed in Villach on July 12 & 13.  On Saturday, only Christian Friberg made the final round, finishing 11th.  Sunday was a much better day, with Friberg 9th, Kevin Bickner 16th, and William Rhoads 18th.  AJ Brown finished 60th, and Nick Mattoon 61st.  Austria’s Clemens Aigner won twice; there were almost 80 athletes from 10 nations. Kranj SLO Men’s COC     Sat 7/5:  Results   FIS FB        Sun 7/6:  Results   FIS FB The Slovenian team dominated the competition at their home venue in Kranj on July 5, taking the first six places, and seven of the first eight.  US jumpers Nick Alexander, Christian Friberg, and Kevin Bickner finished 32nd, 39th, and 44th, respectively.  Canada’s Matthew Rowley placed 38th.  See links above for results for FIS Facebook article. Alexander qualified for the final round on Sunday, finishing 27th.  The Slovenian team once again dominated the results, with Peter and Cene Prevc finishing 1-2.  Germany’s Danny Queck was 5th, with Slovenians taking 7 of the top 8 spots.  William Rhoads finished 33rd for the US and Nick Mattoon was 47th.  Canada’s Rowley placed 35th. FlyGirls Devo Camp in Steamboat   Info    FB page   Women’s Ski Jumping USA held its first “FlyGirls” development camp (for girls 12-16) in Steamboat Springs CO in late June and early July.  Details on the program, and updates from Steamboat, via links above. We’re making changes to our site for the 2014-15 season.  It will automatically display in a narrower format for mobile devices, and that version will contain fewer graphics, so it won’t demand as much bandwidth. We’re going to carry less content on the homepage.  We will be relying more on links to the Women’s Ski Jumping USA and the USA Ski Jumping (men’s) sites for news and information from their respective teams, coaches, and officials. We’ll also be providing links to the FIS website for international schedules and results.  For those unfamiliar with that site, we’ll provide instructions on getting info on upcoming competitions, and results from those which have been completed. The FIS site also makes it possible to find complete competition histories for individual athletes, and a wealth of other info that’s better delivered by helping our visitors navigate their site than by trying to provide links to all their features from here. We’ll still carry info on competitions on the bigger hills in the US, such as US Cup, FIS Cup, and Continental Cup, as well as the bigger annual events at individual clubs, which will usually involve competition on their smaller hills, too. Please return regularly to see how our site is taking shape for the upcoming season!
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C U R R E N T   H E A D L I N E S Our website is undergoing changes to layout and content for 2014-15 ... please bear with us!    FIS Nordic Combined Site Features USA’s Bryan Fletcher   read article SpringerTournee and Large HIll Nationals in Park City July 28-Aug 3  invitation & schedule “Fly Girls” Program to Recruit and Retain Young Jumpers  more info below   fly girls video  Six Named to American Ski Jumping Hall of Fame; Induction August 16th  visit ASJ website Friberg 9th, Bickner 16th, Rhoads 18th in Villach FIS Cup July 13   details below USA’s Nick Alexander 27th in Kranj SLO Continental Cup July 6  details below FIS Plans First-Ever Women’s Nordic Combined Training Camp in Oberstdorf GER   details
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BRIEFLY:   Villach AUT Men’s FIS Cup     Sat 7/12:  Results          Sun 7/13:  Results      USASJ FB Five US jumpers competed in Villach on July 12 & 13.  On Saturday, only Christian Friberg made the final round, finishing 11th.  Sunday was a much better day, with Friberg 9th, Kevin Bickner 16th, and William Rhoads 18th.  AJ Brown finished 60th, and Nick Mattoon 61st.  Austria’s Clemens Aigner won twice; there were almost 80 athletes from 10 nations. Kranj SLO Men’s COC     Sat 7/5:  Results   FIS FB        Sun 7/6:  Results   FIS FB The Slovenian team dominated the competition at their home venue in Kranj on July 5, taking the first six places, and seven of the first eight.  US jumpers Nick Alexander, Christian Friberg, and Kevin Bickner finished 32nd, 39th, and 44th, respectively.  Canada’s Matthew Rowley placed 38th.  See links above for results for FIS Facebook article. Alexander qualified for the final round on Sunday, finishing 27th.  The Slovenian team once again dominated the results, with Peter and Cene Prevc finishing 1-2.  Germany’s Danny Queck was 5th, with Slovenians taking 7 of the top 8 spots.  William Rhoads finished 33rd for the US and Nick Mattoon was 47th.  Canada’s Rowley placed 35th. FlyGirls Devo Camp in Steamboat   Info    FB page   Women’s Ski Jumping USA held its first “FlyGirls” development camp (for girls 12-16) in Steamboat Springs CO in late June and early July.  Details on the program, and updates from Steamboat, via links above. We’re making changes to our site for the 2014-15 season.  It will automatically display in a narrower format for mobile devices, and that version will contain fewer graphics, so it won’t demand as much bandwidth. We’re going to carry less content on the homepage.  We will be relying more on links to the Women’s Ski Jumping USA and the USA Ski Jumping (men’s) sites for news and information from their respective teams, coaches, and officials. We’ll also be providing links to the FIS website for international schedules and results.  For those unfamiliar with that site, we’ll provide instructions on getting info on upcoming competitions, and results from those which have been completed. The FIS site also makes it possible to find complete competition histories for individual athletes, and a wealth of other info that’s better delivered by helping our visitors navigate their site than by trying to provide links to all their features from here. We’ll still carry info on competitions on the bigger hills in the US, such as US Cup, FIS Cup, and Continental Cup, as well as the bigger annual events at individual clubs, which will usually involve competition on their smaller hills, too. Please return regularly to see how our site is taking shape for the upcoming season!
SkiJumpingUSA.com Training in the wind tunnel can and will give you wings! Nina Lussi photo Jessica Jerome, Olympian