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R E C E N T   H E A D L I N E S  See NEWS page for detailed coverage!   Nick Alexander and Nick Fairall Headed to Kuusamo FIN for World Cup Nov 27-29 Women’s FIS World Cup Kicks Off Dec 5-7 in Lillehammer NOR   scroll down Nick Fairall 39th, Anders Johnson 44th in FIS World Cup Opener Nov 21   scroll down Recruiting and Retention - Key Topics as the 2015 Season Gears Up     scroll down 2015 Masters National Championships Jan 24-25 in Fox River Grove IL     scroll down E Y E C A T C H E R S !     Scenes from ski jumping & Nordic combined    T A L K I N ‘  A B O U T    Features, editorials, trending topics, etc. FIS Women’s World Cup Kicks off December 5-7 IN Lillehammer NOR The Women’s World Cup season begins Dec 5-7 in Lillehammer NOR; four athletes will represent the US. On Nov 20, WSJUSA announced the names of the 2015 US VISA Women’s Ski Jumping Team; they include Sarah Hendrickson, Jessica Jerome, Lindsey Van, Nita Englund, Tara Geraghty- Moats, Abby Hughes, Nina Lussi, Cara Larson, and Logan Sankey. Fairall 39th, Johnson 44th in Klingenthal World Cup  results: team 11/22  indiv 11/23 Four US athletes competed in qualifications for the 2015 Men’s FIS World Cup Kickoff weekend in Klingenthal GER Nov 21-23.  Nick Fairall and Anders Johnson made it into Sunday’s starting field of 50 for the iindividual comp. Nick Alexander and William Rhoads didn’t make the cut. The four-man team competition was held Saturday evening.  Germany won ahead of Japan and Norway.  Surprisingly, the Austrians finished 8th, and Poland missed the cut to the final round of 8 teams, placing 9th.  The US finished in 12th place. Roman Koudelka of the Czech Republic won Sunday’s Individual competition, ahead of Austria’s Stefan Kraft and Germany’s Andreas Wellinger.  Americans Nick Fairall and Anders Johnson finished 39th and 44th, respectively. Masters National Championships Jan 24-25, Norge Ski Club, Fox River Grove IL This year’s event will be held as part of Norge Ski Club’s annual winter tournament Jan 24-25.  Norge is located in Fox River Grove IL, a northwest Chicago suburb. Masters classes are age-bracketed for jumpers over the age of 30.  Masters 1 (M1) is 30-39,  M2 is for athletes 40-49, etc.  New this year is a pre-Masters class for jumpers 25-29. All Masters jumpers have the option of choosing which of the hills they’ll jump on, so athletes of all ages and abilities can participate, and all classes are open to MEN and WOMEN!!! Recruiting and Retention ... Bringing in New Faces, Keeping Jumpers Jumping!  Ski jumping and Nordic combined are hugely popular in other snow-sports countries, but almost invisible in North America.  There are a lot of factors at play, but the challenge is two- fold.  We need to introduce the sport to a larger audience, and not just athletes, but families, fans, and friends.  And we need to create incentives for those who have learned and enjoyed the sport to stay involved, continuing to ski as they move into the Masters classes, which are defined by age in 10-year brackets.  Masters 1 30-39,  Masters 2 40-49, etc., and jumpers use whatever hill size matches their skill and comfort level.  New this year is pre-Masters, 25-29. Please visit the  Masters Facebook page ... CLICK HERE ... and JOIN this group TODAY!!! > > > READ MORE ... click “RECRUIT / RETAIN” button in navigation menu
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R E C E N T   H E A D L I N E S  See NEWS page for detailed coverage!   Nick Alexander and Nick Fairall Headed to Kuusamo FIN for World Cup Nov 27-29 Women’s FIS World Cup Kicks Off Dec 5-7 in Lillehammer NOR   scroll down Nick Fairall 39th, Anders Johnson 44th in FIS World Cup Opener Nov 21   scroll down Recruiting and Retention - Key Topics as the 2015 Season Gears Up     scroll down 2015 Masters National Championships Jan 24-25 in Fox River Grove IL     scroll down E Y E C A T C H E R S !     Scenes from ski jumping & Nordic combined    T A L K I N ‘  A B O U T    Features, editorials, trending topics, etc. FIS Women’s World Cup Kicks off December 5- 7 IN Lillehammer NOR The Women’s World Cup season begins Dec 5-7 in Lillehammer NOR; four athletes will represent the US. On Nov 20, WSJUSA announced the names of the 2015 US VISA Women’s Ski Jumping Team; they include Sarah Hendrickson, Jessica Jerome, Lindsey Van, Nita Englund, Tara Geraghty-Moats, Abby Hughes, Nina Lussi, Cara Larson, and Logan Sankey. Fairall 39th, Johnson 44th in Klingenthal World Cup  results: team 11/22  indiv 11/23 Four US athletes competed in qualifications for the 2015 Men’s FIS World Cup Kickoff weekend in Klingenthal GER Nov 21-23.  Nick Fairall and Anders Johnson made it into Sunday’s starting field of 50 for the iindividual comp. Nick Alexander and William Rhoads didn’t make the cut. The four-man team competition was held Saturday evening.  Germany won ahead of Japan and Norway.  Surprisingly, the Austrians finished 8th, and Poland missed the cut to the final round of 8 teams, placing 9th.  The US finished in 12th place. Roman Koudelka of the Czech Republic won Sunday’s Individual competition, ahead of Austria’s Stefan Kraft and Germany’s Andreas Wellinger.  Americans Nick Fairall and Anders Johnson finished 39th and 44th, respectively. Masters National Championships Jan 24-25, Norge Ski Club, Fox River Grove IL This year’s event will be held as part of Norge Ski Club’s annual winter tournament Jan 24-25.  Norge is located in Fox River Grove IL, a northwest Chicago suburb. Masters classes are age-bracketed for jumpers over the age of 30.  Masters 1 (M1) is 30-39,  M2 is for athletes 40-49, etc.  New this year is a pre-Masters class for jumpers 25-29. All Masters jumpers have the option of choosing which of the hills they’ll jump on, so athletes of all ages and abilities can participate, and all classes are open to MEN and WOMEN!!! Recruiting and Retention ... Bringing in New Faces, Keeping Jumpers Jumping!  Ski jumping and Nordic combined are hugely popular in other snow-sports countries, but almost invisible in North America.  There are a lot of factors at play, but the challenge is two-fold.  We need to introduce the sport to a larger audience, and not just athletes, but families, fans, and friends.  And we need to create incentives for those who have learned and enjoyed the
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