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Click on the large logos for USA Nordic, FIS Ski Jumping, or FIS Nordic Combined main pages. Click on the “calendar & results” links to go directly to current calendar pages for SJ & NC . When you see a small square box with an ‘R’ inside at left end of schedule line, click on that to see results. The large red rectangular ‘LIVE’ button will bring up real-time scoring ticker. FIS International Competition Season in Full Swing SKI JUMPING VIEW CALENDAR & RESULTS note upcoming US date Notodden NOR - Continental Cup / FIS Cup Dec 14-15 women / men Engelberg SUI - World Cup Dec 14-16 men Premanon FRA - World Cup Dec 14-16 women Ruka FIN - Continental Cup Dec 15-16 men - Only Continental Cup Ski Jumping Event in USA Iron Mountain MI - Continental Cup Feb 08-10 men - ONLINE ticket sales & info: www.kiwanisskiclub.com NORDIC COMBINED VIEW CALENDAR & RESULTS note two US dates below Steamboat Springs USA Continental Cup Dec 14-15 men & women Park City USA - Continental Cup Dec 19-20 men & women Ramsau AUT - World Cup Dec 21-23 men Bickner 5th, Boyd-Clowes 6th in Lillehammer CoC Dec 8 Banner day for pair of North Americans … RESULTS Sun 12/8 FB video of Kevin in flight It was a great day for a pair of North Americans in Continental Cup action in Lillehammer NOR on December 8. Kevin Bickner (USA) placed 5th, and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes (CAN) 6th on the large hill. Norway’s Marius Lindvik took his second win of the weekend, ahead of Germany’s Constantin Schmid and Austria’s Markus Schiffner. Poland’s Alexander Zniszczol was 4th. Bickner flew 139.5 and 137.5 meters, scoring 256.9 points. Boyd-Clowes 132 and 134.5, good for 251.4 points. This is the best finish for a pair of North Americans in recent memory, and a good sign of things to come during this season! Kevin Bickner 18th, 26th in Nizhniy Tagil Dec 1-2 Earns World Cup points both days on large hill in Russia USA’s Kevin Bickner slammed down a flight of 127 meters in Saturday’s first round in Nizhniy Tagil. He flew 121.5 in the final round to secure a top-20 finish. Canadian Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes missed the cut to the final round, having placed 31st. On Sunday, Bickner’s flight of 129 meters in the first round was good for 9th place going into the final round. He landed at 114.5 on his second jump, finising 26th. World Cup points both days, super! Taylor Fletcher 24th Fri, 39th Sat in Lillehammer NC Veteran Nordic Combined athlete leads team of 3; large hill jumping & 10K race remain Three Americans, Taylor Fletcher, Ben Loomis, and Jasper Good participated in NC events on Friday and Saturday. Fletcher was the top American both days. Their final event of the weekend will be a jump on the large hill (HS134) and a 10K race. Nita Englund 40th in Lillehammer Friday, 30th Saturday Lidiia Iakovleva (RUS) wins, Maren Lundby (NOR) 2nd, Ema Klinec (SLO) 3rd on Saturdays After qualifying 38th on Thursday, Nita Englund finished 40th on Friday, missing the final round. She made it into Saturday’s final round, finishing 30th. There’s a LARGE HILL competition on Sunday. Ryoyu Kobayashi DOMINATES in Ruka on Sunday, Nov 25 Wellinger 2nd, Stoch 3rd … tough day for North Americans VIEW VIDEO OF WINNING JUMP Japan’s Ryoyu Kobayashi led the field going into the final round in Ruka, ahead of Germany’s Andreas Wellinger and Poland’s Kamil Stoch, and that’s the way they finished after the final round. But Kobayashi put a huge exclamation point on his win. Domen Prevc jumped 142 meters while the top three from the first round were standing at the top, awaiting their final jumps. Stoch then blasted out a jump of 144 meters, moving into first. Wellinger topped that with a flight of 145.5. All had jumped from gate 10, but Kobayashi, who had been outdistancing everyone all weekend, dropped his start by two gates for less speed. He proceeded to cruise to 147.5 meters, finishing the day with 310.4 points, 22 ahead of Wellinger and 25 ahead of Stoch. He’d notched his first World Cup win on Saturday, North Americans Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes and Kevin Bickner didn’t make the cut to the round of 30. Men’s World Cup Opener in Wisla POL November 17-18 Russian scores first World Cup victory on Sunday, Poland captures top spot in team comp Saturday Kevin Bickner, 2018 US Olympian, and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes, 2018 Canadian Olympian, both qualified on Friday for Sunday’s starting field of 50. Seventy jumpers participated in qualifications. In Saturday’s four-man team competition, Poland finished first, ahead of Germany and Austria. On Sunday, in individual competition, Russia’s Evgeniy Klimov captured his first World Cup win, followed by Germany’s Stephan Leyhe and Japan’s Ryoyu Kobayashi. Boyd-Clowes finished 37th, and Bickner 42nd. To access the live scoring system, click on the large FIS SKI JUMPING logo at top of page, and when the page comes up, click on the red LIVE button. If your cable provider carries NBC Sports, you should be able to watch live action streaming on The Olympic Channel. Login to your cable account, follow the menus. This FIS site, and the USA Nordic site (click large logos at top of page) are the key sites for information on competition and the US team, respectively. SkiJumpingUSA to Change Focus for 2018-19 Season Less detail on individual competitions, more features, less immediate news With the consolidation of all US team activities under the umbrella of USA Nordic, and all team news and announcements being posted on their site, we’re going to avoid duplicating their work, but will provide short items and links to news that’s covered there. Their site is the go-to place for domestic competition schedules, results, and news. In addition, FIS has completely revamped their website, making it easier to navigate to news, schedules, and results, and we’ll help our visitors to become familiar with that site as well. We will continue to spotlight outstanding individual performances by US athletes, to bring attention to major domestic competitions, and to provide information on things of general interest to those interested in the sport of ski jumping. The FIS international competition season traditionally begins in late November, and we’ll spotlight that event, plus early-season competitions, which are mostly overseas, but this year there’ll be some early competitions in the USA. Watch for details! For those who may not have noticed, we introduced a layout for our site that automatically detects narrower (mobile device) screens, and adjusts the width accordingly. We’re still fine-tuning that, but we think it will help our visitors who use hand-held devices. Finally, we are still including a lot of archive material here from the previous season (2018) and a bit from late 2017. That will probably be significantly shortened as we get into the 2018-19 season, then some of this season’s highlights will be archived next year. Like you, we’re looking forward to some outstanding results from our US team this year!
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Click on the large logos for USA Nordic, FIS Ski Jumping, or FIS Nordic Combined main pages. Click on the “calendar & results” links to go directly to current calendar pages for SJ & NC . When you see a small square box with an ‘R’ inside at left end of schedule line, click on that to see results. The large red rectangular ‘LIVE’ button will bring up real-time scoring ticker. FIS International Competition Season in Full Swing SKI JUMPING VIEW CALENDAR & RESULTS note upcoming US date Notodden NOR - Continental Cup / FIS Cup Dec 14-15 women / men Engelberg SUI - World Cup Dec 14-16 men Premanon FRA - World Cup Dec 14-16 women Ruka FIN - Continental Cup Dec 15-16 men - Only Continental Cup Ski Jumping Event in USA Iron Mountain MI - Continental Cup Feb 08-10 men - ONLINE ticket sales & info: www.kiwanisskiclub.com NORDIC COMBINED VIEW CALENDAR & RESULTS note two US dates below Steamboat Springs USA Continental Cup Dec 14-15 men & women Park City USA - Continental Cup Dec 19-20 men & women Ramsau AUT - World Cup Dec 21-23 men Bickner 5th, Boyd-Clowes 6th in Lillehammer CoC Dec 8 Banner day for pair of North Americans … RESULTS Sun 12/8 FB video of Kevin in flight It was a great day for a pair of North Americans in Continental Cup action in Lillehammer NOR on December 8. Kevin Bickner (USA) placed 5th, and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes (CAN) 6th on the large hill. Norway’s Marius Lindvik took his second win of the weekend, ahead of Germany’s Constantin Schmid and Austria’s Markus Schiffner. Poland’s Alexander Zniszczol was 4th. Bickner flew 139.5 and 137.5 meters, scoring 256.9 points. Boyd-Clowes 132 and 134.5, good for 251.4 points. This is the best finish for a pair of North Americans in recent memory, and a good sign of things to come during this season! Kevin Bickner 18th, 26th in Nizhniy Tagil Dec 1-2 Earns World Cup points both days on large hill in Russia USA’s Kevin Bickner slammed down a flight of 127 meters in Saturday’s first round in Nizhniy Tagil. He flew 121.5 in the final round to secure a top-20 finish. Canadian Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes missed the cut to the final round, having placed 31st. On Sunday, Bickner’s flight of 129 meters in the first round was good for 9th place going into the final round. He landed at 114.5 on his second jump, finising 26th. World Cup points both days, super! Taylor Fletcher 24th Fri, 39th Sat in Lillehammer NC Veteran Nordic Combined athlete leads team of 3; large hill jumping & 10K race remain Three Americans, Taylor Fletcher, Ben Loomis, and Jasper Good participated in NC events on Friday and Saturday. Fletcher was the top American both days. Their final event of the weekend will be a jump on the large hill (HS134) and a 10K race. Nita Englund 40th in Lillehammer Friday, 30th Saturday Lidiia Iakovleva (RUS) wins, Maren Lundby (NOR) 2nd, Ema Klinec (SLO) 3rd on Saturdays After qualifying 38th on Thursday, Nita Englund finished 40th on Friday, missing the final round. She made it into Saturday’s final round, finishing 30th. There’s a LARGE HILL competition on Sunday. Ryoyu Kobayashi DOMINATES in Ruka on Sunday, Nov 25 Wellinger 2nd, Stoch 3rd … tough day for North Americans VIEW VIDEO OF WINNING JUMP Japan’s Ryoyu Kobayashi led the field going into the final round in Ruka, ahead of Germany’s Andreas Wellinger and Poland’s Kamil Stoch, and that’s the way they finished after the final round. But Kobayashi put a huge exclamation point on his win. Domen Prevc jumped 142 meters while the top three from the first round were standing at the top, awaiting their final jumps. Stoch then blasted out a jump of 144 meters, moving into first. Wellinger topped that with a flight of 145.5. All had jumped from gate 10, but Kobayashi, who had been outdistancing everyone all weekend, dropped his start by two gates for less speed. He proceeded to cruise to 147.5 meters, finishing the day with 310.4 points, 22 ahead of Wellinger and 25 ahead of Stoch. He’d notched his first World Cup win on Saturday, North Americans Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes and Kevin Bickner didn’t make the cut to the round of 30. Men’s World Cup Opener in Wisla POL November 17-18 Russian scores first World Cup victory on Sunday, Poland captures top spot in team comp Saturday Kevin Bickner, 2018 US Olympian, and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes, 2018 Canadian Olympian, both qualified on Friday for Sunday’s starting field of 50. Seventy jumpers participated in qualifications. In Saturday’s four-man team competition, Poland finished first, ahead of Germany and Austria. On Sunday, in individual competition, Russia’s Evgeniy Klimov captured his first World Cup win, followed by Germany’s Stephan Leyhe and Japan’s Ryoyu Kobayashi. Boyd-Clowes finished 37th, and Bickner 42nd. To access the live scoring system, click on the large FIS SKI JUMPING logo at top of page, and when the page comes up, click on the red LIVE button. If your cable provider carries NBC Sports, you should be able to watch live action streaming on The Olympic Channel. Login to your cable account, follow the menus. This FIS site, and the USA Nordic site (click large logos at top of page) are the key sites for information on competition and the US team, respectively. SkiJumpingUSA to Change Focus for 2018-19 Season Less detail on individual competitions, more features, less immediate news With the consolidation of all US team activities under the umbrella of USA Nordic, and all team news and announcements being posted on their site, we’re going to avoid duplicating their work, but will provide short items and links to news that’s covered there. Their site is the go-to place for domestic competition schedules, results, and news. In addition, FIS has completely revamped their website, making it easier to navigate to news, schedules, and results, and we’ll help our visitors to become familiar with that site as well. We will continue to spotlight outstanding individual performances by US athletes, to bring attention to major domestic competitions, and to provide information on things of general interest to those interested in the sport of ski jumping. The FIS international competition season traditionally
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