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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!    Lake Placid Gets Grant For Construction of Intermediate-Sized Jumps  click for details Nick Alexander WINS, Nick Fairall 10th IN Planica SLO FIS CUP Sept 14   scroll down Alexander 7th, Fairall 16th, Glasder 23rd in Planica FIS Cup Sept 13   scroll down  William Rhoads 11th in Continental Cup in Klingenthal GER  Sept 13   scroll down USA Ski Jumping Announces US Cup Dates & Locations for 2015  click for details Rhoads 4th & 5th, Friberg 9th Twice, Bickner 19th & 29th in Ensiedeln FIS Cup scroll down Jessica Jerome & Christian Friberg Win National Titles in Park City Aug 3rd  see NEWS page Iron Mountain Awarded 3-day Continental Cup Feb 20-22, 2015   www.kiwanisskiclub.com Lake Placid to Host Normal Hill Ski Jumping & NC Championships in Early October  details
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Alexander WINS, Fairall 10th, Johnson 23rd Sunday in Planica FIS Cup  Results:  Sun 9/14 After placing 7th yesterday in Planica, Nick Alexander put the USA on top of the podium in FIS Cup competition in Planica, with the longest jump in each round.  Teammate Nick Fairall also moved up six spots from the previous day’s results, finishing 10th, and Anders Johnson placed 23rd.  Slovenia’s Anze Semenic repeated in 2nd, with Stefan Huber of Austria placing 3rd.  Other US jumpers finished as follows:  Alex Haupt 33rd, Mike Glasder 42nd, NIck Mattoon 45th, AJ Brown 57th, Trevor Edlund 63rd. Alexander 7th, Fairall 16th, and Glasder 23rd Saturday in Planica   Results: Sat 9/13 Three Americans made the final round in the first day of FIS Cup competition in Planica SLO. Nick Alexander made the top ten (7th), Nick Fairall was in the top 20 (16th), and Michael Glasder landed in the top 30 (23rd).  Italy’s Sebastian Colloredo was the winner, ahead of a pair of Slovenians, Anze Semenic and Ernest Prislic. Also for the USA, Anders Johnson placed 35th, Alex Haupt and Nick Mattoon tied for 40th, AJ Brown placed 51st, and Trevor Edlund was 59th.  They’ll be jumping again tomorrow. William Rhoads 11th Saturday in Klingenthal Continental Cup   Results:  Sat 9/13  Sun 9/14  USA Ski Jumping’s William Rhoads just missed the top 10 in a large field crowded with elite ski jumpers, finishing 11th in the first of two days of Continental Cup competition in Klingenthal GER.  The winner by almost 30 points was Slovenia’s Anze Lanisek, followed by teammate Peter Prevc and Germany’s Markus Eisenbichler.  Americans Christian Friberg and Kevin Bickner finished 43rd and 45th, respectively.  The Americans didn’t fare as well on Sunday.  The winner was Poland’s Jakub Wolny, with Prevc in 2nd and Austria’s Wolfgang Loitzl 3rd.  Bickner finished 37th and Friberg 52nd; the competition was held to one round due to wind conditions.  Rhoads was disqualified. Rhoads 4th & 5th, Friberg 9th X2, Bickner 19th & 29th in FIS Cup  Results: Sat 9/6  Sun 9/7 Will Rhoads came within 1.7 points of a podium spot in Einsiedeln on Sat Sept 6.  Christian Friberg cracked the top ten in 9th, and Kevin Bickner made the top 20 in 19th.  Today’s winner was Austria’s Lukas Mueller, followed by Switzerland’s Killian Peier and Poland’s Andrzej Stekala.  Other Americans were Mike Glasder 32nd, Nick Mattoon 40th, AJ Brown 45th, Trevor Edlund 46th, and Miles Lussi 50th. On Sunday Sept 7, Rhoads was 5th, Friberg 9th again, and Bickner once again made the final round, finishing 29th.  Stekala took the win, with Peier 2nd and his Swiss teammate Gabriel Karlen in 3rd.  Mueller slipped to 4th.  Glasder was 33rd, Brown 38th, Mattoon 41st, Edlund 42nd, and Lussi 49th.  Rhoads was 9th after the first round, but had the longest jump of the final round to move up 5 spots. 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!    Lake Placid Gets Grant For Construction of Intermediate-Sized Jumps  click for details Nick Alexander WINS, Nick Fairall 10th IN Planica SLO FIS CUP Sept 14   scroll down Alexander 7th, Fairall 16th, Glasder 23rd in Planica FIS Cup Sept 13   scroll down  William Rhoads 11th in Continental Cup in Klingenthal GER  Sept 13   scroll down USA Ski Jumping Announces US Cup Dates & Locations for 2015  click for details Rhoads 4th & 5th, Friberg 9th Twice, Bickner 19th & 29th in Ensiedeln FIS Cup scroll down Jessica Jerome & Christian Friberg Win National Titles in Park City Aug 3rd  see NEWS page Iron Mountain Awarded 3-day Continental Cup Feb 20-22, 2015   www.kiwanisskiclub.com Lake Placid to Host Normal Hill Ski Jumping & NC Championships in Early October  details
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Alexander WINS, Fairall 10th, Johnson 23rd Sunday in Planica FIS Cup  Results:  Sun 9/14 After placing 7th yesterday in Planica, Nick Alexander put the USA on top of the podium in FIS Cup competition in Planica, with the longest jump in each round.  Teammate Nick Fairall also moved up six spots from the previous day’s results, finishing 10th, and Anders Johnson placed 23rd.  Slovenia’s Anze Semenic repeated in 2nd, with Stefan Huber of Austria placing 3rd.  Other US jumpers finished as follows:  Alex Haupt 33rd, Mike Glasder 42nd, NIck Mattoon 45th, AJ Brown 57th, Trevor Edlund 63rd. Alexander 7th, Fairall 16th, and Glasder 23rd Saturday in Planica   Results: Sat 9/13 Three Americans made the final round in the first day of FIS Cup competition in Planica SLO. Nick Alexander made the top ten (7th), Nick Fairall was in the top 20 (16th), and Michael Glasder landed in the top 30 (23rd).  Italy’s Sebastian Colloredo was the winner, ahead of a pair of Slovenians, Anze Semenic and Ernest Prislic. Also for the USA, Anders Johnson placed 35th, Alex Haupt and Nick Mattoon tied for 40th, AJ Brown placed 51st, and Trevor Edlund was 59th.  They’ll be jumping again tomorrow. William Rhoads 11th Saturday in Klingenthal Continental Cup   Results:  Sat 9/13  Sun 9/14  USA Ski Jumping’s William Rhoads just missed the top 10 in a large field crowded with elite ski jumpers, finishing 11th in the first of two days of Continental Cup competition in Klingenthal GER.  The winner by almost 30 points was Slovenia’s Anze Lanisek, followed by teammate Peter Prevc and Germany’s Markus Eisenbichler.  Americans Christian Friberg and Kevin Bickner finished 43rd and 45th, respectively.  The Americans didn’t fare as well on Sunday.  The winner was Poland’s Jakub Wolny, with Prevc in 2nd and Austria’s Wolfgang Loitzl 3rd.  Bickner finished 37th and Friberg 52nd; the competition was held to one round due to wind conditions.  Rhoads was disqualified. Rhoads 4th & 5th, Friberg 9th X2, Bickner 19th & 29th in FIS Cup  Results: Sat 9/6  Sun 9/7 Will Rhoads came within 1.7 points of a podium spot in Einsiedeln on Sat Sept 6.  Christian Friberg cracked the top ten in 9th, and Kevin Bickner made the top 20 in 19th.  Today’s winner was Austria’s Lukas Mueller, followed by Switzerland’s Killian Peier and Poland’s Andrzej Stekala.  Other Americans were Mike Glasder 32nd, Nick Mattoon 40th, AJ Brown 45th, Trevor Edlund 46th, and Miles Lussi 50th. On Sunday Sept 7, Rhoads was 5th, Friberg 9th again, and Bickner once again made the final round, finishing 29th.  Stekala took the win, with Peier 2nd and his Swiss teammate Gabriel Karlen in 3rd.  Mueller slipped to 4th.  Glasder was 33rd, Brown 38th, Mattoon 41st, Edlund 42nd, and Lussi 49th.  Rhoads was 9th after the first round, but had the longest jump of the final round to move up 5 spots. 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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