Kamil Stoch retained his Large Hill title from Sochi 2014 to add a third gold medal to his OWG tally as Norway dominated the Men's team competition. Robert Johansson won a third medal after bronzes from NH/LH.

Ski Jumping originated in the 18th century, back then farmers in the Norwegian province of Telemark used small hills on alpine slopes for short jumps. With time, the interest and the enthusiasm for this new discipline rose and Ski Jumping became a sport of its own. Today Ski Jumping is one of the most popular disciplines in winter sports. Around the world fans gather to watch athletes soar through the air at competitions. At the moment this fascinating sport is practiced in about 20 countries on the World-Cup level. Ski jumping was added to the Olympic winter schedule in 1924.

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Ski Jumping originated in the 18th century, back then farmers in the Norwegian province of Telemark used small hills on alpine slopes for short jumps. With time, the interest and the enthusiasm for this new discipline rose and Ski Jumping became a sport of its own. Today Ski Jumping is one of the most popular disciplines in winter sports. Around the world fans gather to watch athletes soar through the air at competitions. At the moment this fascinating sport is practiced in about 20 countries on the World-Cup level. Ski jumping was added to the Olympic winter schedule in 1924.

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The 22-year-old German won the men’s normal hill title after nailing a jump of 113.5 meters to secure the gold. Overall World Cup leader Maren Lundby of Norway captured the title on the Ladies' side.

Ski Jumping originated in the 18th century, back then farmers in the Norwegian province of Telemark used small hills on alpine slopes for short jumps. With time, the interest and the enthusiasm for this new discipline rose and Ski Jumping became a sport of its own. Today Ski Jumping is one of the most popular disciplines in winter sports. Around the world fans gather to watch athletes soar through the air at competitions. At the moment this fascinating sport is practiced in about 20 countries on the World-Cup level. Ski jumping was added to the Olympic winter schedule in 1924.

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The 23-year-old from Tromsø claimed his second individual World Cup win after posting jumps of 147.5 and 144.5 mt. Forfang edged off the Polish duo of Kamil Stoch and Piotr Zyla. Overall World Cup leader Stoch clinched the Willingen Five.

Full results here: http://www.fis-ski.com/ski-jumping/events-and-places/event=41072/race=4948/?season=2018& ;amp;discipline=&gender=all&race_id=4948&sector=JP

Ski Jumping originated in the 18th century, back then farmers in the Norwegian province of Telemark used small hills on alpine slopes for short jumps. With time, the interest and the enthusiasm for this new discipline rose and Ski Jumping became a sport of its own. Today Ski Jumping is one of the most popular disciplines in winter sports. Around the world fans gather to watch athletes soar through the air at competitions. At the moment this fascinating sport is practiced in about 20 countries on the World-Cup level. Ski jumping was added to the Olympic winter schedule in 1924.

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Norway's Daniel Andre Tande came in first in Willingen Large Hill individual competition to earn first World Cup victory of the season with a stunning second jump. Second place for Germany's Richard Freitag on home soil, Dawid Kubacki from Poland rounded out podium in third. Freitag remains Overall leader by 34 points on Kamil Stoch, 4th in today's competition.

Full results here: http://www.fis-ski.com/ski-jumping/events-and-places/event=41072/race=4947/

Ski Jumping originated in the 18th century, back then farmers in the Norwegian province of Telemark used small hills on alpine slopes for short jumps. With time, the interest and the enthusiasm for this new discipline rose and Ski Jumping became a sport of its own. Today Ski Jumping is one of the most popular disciplines in winter sports. Around the world fans gather to watch athletes soar through the air at competitions. At the moment this fascinating sport is practiced in about 20 countries on the World-Cup level. Ski jumping was added to the Olympic winter schedule in 1924.

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The Men’s World Cup Tour will move to Germany, where the competition jumps of both individual World Cup events on Feb. 3-4, plus the qualification jump on Feb. 2 will count for this overall ranking.

Ski Jumping originated in the 18th century, back then farmers in the Norwegian province of Telemark used small hills on alpine slopes for short jumps. With time, the interest and the enthusiasm for this new discipline rose and Ski Jumping became a sport of its own. Today Ski Jumping is one of the most popular disciplines in winter sports. Around the world fans gather to watch athletes soar through the air at competitions. At the moment this fascinating sport is practiced in about 20 countries on the World-Cup level. Ski jumping was added to the Olympic winter schedule in 1924.

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Anze Semenic of Slovenia wins a windy competition on Polish soil and celebrates his first World Cup victory ahead of Andreas Wellinger of Germany and his teammate Peter Prevc.

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Daniela Iraschko-Stolz returns on top of the podium after two years in second NH event at Ljubno. Maren Lundby ends her winning streak and closes in second place. Katharina Althaus is third.

Full result here: http://www.fis-ski.com/ski-jumping/events-and-places/event=41057/race=4909/


Polish team (Kot, Hula, Kubacki and Stoch) delights home crowd with a fantastic win on home soil in Zakopane Team Large Hill in front of a stunning audience. Germany gets over Norway in last jump to achieve second place.

Full results here: http://www.fis-ski.com/ski-jumping/events-and-places/event=41071/race=4944/

Ski Jumping originated in the 18th century, back then farmers in the Norwegian province of Telemark used small hills on alpine slopes for short jumps. With time, the interest and the enthusiasm for this new discipline rose and Ski Jumping became a sport of its own. Today Ski Jumping is one of the most popular disciplines in winter sports. Around the world fans gather to watch athletes soar through the air at competitions. At the moment this fascinating sport is practiced in about 20 countries on the World-Cup level. Ski jumping was added to the Olympic winter schedule in 1924.

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Maren Lundby earns her sixth straight seasonal victory in Normal Hill event at Ljubno. The Norwegian records a score of 256.0 after two jumps of 88.5m and 91.0m.
Lundby wins ahead of German Katharina Althaus and Japanese Sara Takanashi

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The Men’s World Cup will resume in Poland where a Team LH will go on stage on Jan. 27, followed by the individual event one day later. Kamil Stoch will be under the spotlight. On the ladies side it's now time to male a stop in Slovenia. A pair of NH events will take place on the upcoming weekend. Will anyone be able to stop Maren Lundby's winning run?

Ski Jumping originated in the 18th century, back then farmers in the Norwegian province of Telemark used small hills on alpine slopes for short jumps. With time, the interest and the enthusiasm for this new discipline rose and Ski Jumping became a sport of its own. Today Ski Jumping is one of the most popular disciplines in winter sports. Around the world fans gather to watch athletes soar through the air at competitions. At the moment this fascinating sport is practiced in about 20 countries on the World-Cup level. Ski jumping was added to the Olympic winter schedule in 1924.

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Maren Lundby won her fifth straight World Cup ski jumping event on Sunday, building on her status as the gold-medal favorite for next month’s Pyeongchang Olympics. The Norwegian posted jumps of 97.0 and 101.0 mt. for a total of 245.9 points. The Japanese duo of Yuki Ito and Sara Takanashi completed today's podium.

Full results here: http://www.fis-ski.com/ski-jumping/events-and-places/results/?season=2018& ;amp;discipline=&gender=all&race_id=4906&sector=JP

Ski Jumping originated in the 18th century, back then farmers in the Norwegian province of Telemark used small hills on alpine slopes for short jumps. With time, the interest and the enthusiasm for this new discipline rose and Ski Jumping became a sport of its own. Today Ski Jumping is one of the most popular disciplines in winter sports. Around the world fans gather to watch athletes soar through the air at competitions. At the moment this fascinating sport is practiced in about 20 countries on the World-Cup level. Ski jumping was added to the Olympic winter schedule in 1924.

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