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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!    Six Named to American Ski Jumping Hall of Fame; Induction Aug 16  details on ASJ website Nick Alexander 56th, Matthew Rowley 58th in Courchevel SGP Aug 15  complete results                                                            Earle Murphy Passes Away Aug 15   breaking news ... awaiting obit link  Gary Crawford Named Director of Development for USASJ, WSJUSA, USANOCO  read article  Canada’s “Own The Podium” Cuts All Funding for Ski Jumping and NC  read article Jessica Jerome & Christian Friberg Win National Titles in Park City Aug 3rd   details below Lake Placid to Host Normal Hill Ski Jumping & NC Championships in Early October  details  FIS Plans First-Ever Women’s Nordic Combined Training Camp in Oberstdorf GER   details
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BRIEFLY:   Jessica Jerome and Christian Friberg Claim 2015 National Titles in Park City Aug 3, 2014                                                             RESULTS:  Sun 8/3 (HS 134)  Women   Men    See Facebook links at left for more info and photos! On a spectacular day at Utah Olympic Park, Jessica Jerome, a 2014 Olympian, won her 11th national title, capturing the top spot in the women’s competition.  Two new faces on the national championship podium were Nita Englund 2nd and Tara Geraghty-Moats 3rd. Christian Friberg won his first national championship in the men’s division, ahead of 2014 Olympian Nick Alexander; Kevin Bickner made his first national championship podium in 3rd.  Both Friberg and Bickner are on the national development team. Personal note ... your webmaster began attending tournaments at age 6 and was an amateur jumper as a kid ... now, 65 years later, he still remains interested in this sport.  His son, who also jumped for fun as a kid, is on the Board of Directors of Women’s Ski Jumping USA.  His grandson, almost 4 years old, was at his first event; he’s the little guy  in the green shirt in the photos above.  Maybe he’ll carry on the “family tradition.” SpringerTournee Finals in Park City   Results:  Sat 8/2 (HS100)  NC (all)      Fri 8/1 (HS15-20-42-68)    After a week of training camp, it was time on Friday and Saturday for about 140 jumpers to show their stuff.  Small hill competition (K15, 20, 40) was held on Friday, with action on the Olympic “normal” hill (K90/HS100) and NC race Saturday.  Complete results 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!    Six Named to American Ski Jumping Hall of Fame; Induction Aug 16  details on ASJ website Nick Alexander 56th, Matthew Rowley 58th in Courchevel SGP Aug 15  complete results                                                            Earle Murphy Passes Away Aug 15   breaking news ... awaiting obit link  Gary Crawford Named Director of Development for USASJ, WSJUSA, USANOCO  read article  Canada’s “Own The Podium” Cuts All Funding for Ski Jumping and NC  read article Jessica Jerome & Christian Friberg Win National Titles in Park City Aug 3rd   details below Lake Placid to Host Normal Hill Ski Jumping & NC Championships in Early October  details  FIS Plans First-Ever Women’s Nordic Combined Training Camp in Oberstdorf GER   details
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BRIEFLY:   Jessica Jerome and Christian Friberg Claim 2015 National Titles in Park City Aug 3, 2014                                                             RESULTS:  Sun 8/3 (HS 134)  Women   Men    See Facebook links at left for more info and photos! On a spectacular day at Utah Olympic Park, Jessica Jerome, a 2014 Olympian, won her 11th national title, capturing the top spot in the women’s competition.  Two new faces on the national championship podium were Nita Englund 2nd and Tara Geraghty-Moats 3rd. Christian Friberg won his first national championship in the men’s division, ahead of 2014 Olympian Nick Alexander; Kevin Bickner made his first national championship podium in 3rd.  Both Friberg and Bickner are on the national development team. Personal note ... your webmaster began attending tournaments at age 6 and was an amateur jumper as a kid ... now, 65 years later, he still remains interested in this sport.  His son, who also jumped for fun as a kid, is on the Board of Directors of Women’s Ski Jumping USA.  His grandson, almost 4 years old, was at his first event; he’s the little guy  in the green shirt in the photos above.  Maybe he’ll carry on the “family tradition.” SpringerTournee Finals in Park City   Results:  Sat 8/2  (HS100)  NC (all)      Fri 8/1 (HS15-20-42-68)    After a week of training camp, it was time on Friday and Saturday for about 140 jumpers to show their stuff.  Small hill competition (K15, 20, 40) was held on Friday, with action on the Olympic “normal” hill (K90/HS100) and NC race Saturday.  Complete results 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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