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2015 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Sapporo, Japan: HS134

With a population of 1.800.000, Sapporo is the fourth-largest city of Japan and located on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido and the capital of the Hokkaido Prefecture. Sapporo is known for hosting the 1972 Winter Olympics and the city’s annual Yuki Matsuri, the Sapporo Snow Festival which draws more than two million tourists from all over the world.

2015 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Sapporo, Japan: HS134

With a population of 1.800.000, Sapporo is the fourth-largest city of Japan and located on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido and the capital of the Hokkaido Prefecture. Sapporo is known for hosting the 1972 Winter Olympics and the city’s annual Yuki Matsuri, the Sapporo Snow Festival which draws more than two million tourists from all over the world.

Universal Sports Reviews: Ski Jumping skies

Tommy Schwall and Corby Fisher explain the science behind the ski jumping ski.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Final Hill: Ammann crashes

Two time Olympic champ Simon Ammann (SUI) crashed on both the first hill and last hills during yesterday’s Four Hills skiing competion. A statement posted on the Swiss Ski Federation’s website (www.swiss-ski.ch) said the 33-year-old escaped serious injury but suffered a severe concussion and severe bruises to the face.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Final Hill: Kasai battles Prevc for 3rd

On the last hill, Noriaki Kasai (JPN) beats Peter Precv (SLO) by 5.9 points for 2nd, but Precv in 4th scores enough to take 3rd overall, 2.4 points over Kasai in 4th.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Final Hill: Hayboeck wins

Michael Hayboeck (AUT) keeps a good grip on his World Cup lead with his first win, but it’s six points too low to claim the Four Hills win, keeping him in 2nd.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Final Hill: Kraft wins Four Hills

Stefan Kraft (AUT) claimed his first career win on the first hill and taking third today he scores enough points to win it all over Michael Hayboeck (AUT)

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Final Hill: Hayboeck interview

Michael Hayboeck (AUT) talks about winning the final hill, but settling for 2nd in the overall.

2015 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup 4-Hills Tournament: Bischofshofen, Austria: Men’s HS 140 Finals

The annual FIS Ski Jumping World Cup pits the very best athletes the sport has to offer against each other, in a quest to become the world’s number one.

Universal Sports Reviews: Ski Jumping landings

Bill Seward and Tommy Schwall go over the two foot and telemark landings.

Universal Sports Reviews: Ski Jumping imitation

Tommy Schwall and Corby Fisher go over the imitation, the exercise used by coachs to help jumpers jump correctly.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Third Hill: Ammann and Kasai 3rd

Simon Ammann (SUI) and Noriaki Kasai (JPN) finish third with 263.7 points. Ammann had the bigger jumps and moves into 19th in the overall, while Kasai managed to equal him in points and now ranks 4th in the overall.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Third Hill: Hayboeck sets record

Michael Hayboeck (AUT) has to two-foot-it as he sets the hill record at 138 meters. He was 6th on the day and still 2nd in the overall behind Stefan Kraft (AUT).

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Third Hill: Kraft 2nd

Four Hills lead Stefan Kraft (AUT) claims 2nd place and with just one hill left he leads with 23.1 points over Michael Hayboeck (AUT).

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Third Hill: Freitag wins

Richard Freitag (GER) gets his 4th career win, beating Four Hills leader, Stefan Kraft (AUT) by 5 points, moving him up to 5th overall.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Third Hill: Freitag interview

Richard Freitag (GER) talks about getting a Four Hills win and his hopes for Team Germany.

2015 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup 4-Hills Tournament: Innsbruck, Austria: Men’s HS 130

The annual FIS Ski Jumping World Cup pits the very best athletes the sport has to offer against each other, in a quest to become the world’s number one.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Second Hill: Jacobsen interview

Anders Jacobsen (NOR) tlaks about getting the win, moving him into 4th overall, and his love of the hill.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Second Hill: Jacobsen wins

On the second hill, 2007 Four Hills Champ Anders Jacobsen (NOR) was the only one to post two 140 plus point jumps, winning both rounds and the hill, he’s now 4th in the tournament

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Second Hill: Ammann 2nd

After crashing out on the first hill, two time Olympic Champ Simon Ammann (SUI) bounces back to get on the podium, being one of the few jumpers to reach 138 meters.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Second Hill: Kraft 6th

On the second hill, finishing in 6th place Stefan Kraft (AUT) maintains his tournment lead by 1.1 points over Peter Prevc (SLO), who got his second 3rd place finish.

2015 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup 4-Hills Tournament: Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany: Men’s HS140

The annual FIS Ski Jumping World Cup pits the very best athletes the sport has to offer against each other, in a quest to become the world’s number one.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: First Hill: Kraft interview

Stefan Kraft (AUT) talks about getting his first World Cup win, at the Four Hills no less

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: First Hill: Kraft wins

In his third year on the World Cup, Stefan Kraft (AUS) gets his first win, and what a time to do it. Winning the first hill by 6.9 points

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: First Hill: Prevc 3rd

with an Olympic Silver and Bronze to his name, Peter Prevc (SLO) starts the Four Hills with the biggest jump of the night at 139.9 meters, yet a weaker second jump of 125.5 puts him in third to start, 8 points out of first.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: First Hill: Hayboeck 2nd

With an Olympic team medal, Michael Hayboeck (AUT) never had a solo World Cup podium until today, claiming 2nd on the first hill, just 6.9 points out of first.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: First Hill: Schlierenzauer 17th

Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT) sees his chances of winning a third Four Hills title (2012, 2013) all but disappear this year with a weak second jump putting him in 17th place, 36.4 off the podium.

2015 Four Hills Ski Jumping: First Hill: Ammann crashes

Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT) sees his chances of winning a third Four Hills title (2012, 2013) all but disappear this year with a weak second jump putting him in 17th place, 36.4 off the podium.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup – 4 Hills Tournament: Oberstdorf, Germany: Men’s HS137 (Rescheduled)

The annual FIS Ski Jumping World Cup pits the very best athletes the sport has to offer against each other, in a quest to become the world’s number one.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup – 4 Hills Tournament: Oberstdorf, Germany: Men’s HS137

The annual FIS Ski Jumping World Cup pits the very best athletes the sport has to offer against each other, in a quest to become the world’s number one.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Lillehammer: Prevc 2nd on Day 2

Olympic Silver medalist Peter Prevc (SLO) gets his 14th World Cup podium, taking second place today, 4 points out of first. Note second round was canceled due to poor conditions.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Lillehammer: Koudelka wins Day 2

On the second day of jumping, Roman Koudelka (CZE) gets his second career with his first jump at 140 meters, as the second round was canceled due to poor conditions

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Lillehammer, Norway: HS 138

he World Cup in Lillehammer this year will be a historical event. For the first time since the Winter Olympic Games in 1994, all the nordic disciplines will be carried out during one weekend in December.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Lillehammer: Hayboeck jumps 141 meters

With a second jump of 141.0 meters, Michael Hayboeck (AUT) nails the biggest jump of the night by 1.5 meters. He finished 3rd on the day.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Lillehammer: Schlierenzauer interview

Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT) talks about getting his first win of the new season.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Lillehammer: Fannemel 2nd

Anders Fannemel (NOR) takes second, 1.3 points behind Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT), getting the second biggest jump of the night at 139.5 meters.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Lillehammer: Schlierenzauer wins

2008 and 2013 World Cup winner Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT) gets his first of the new season. With a big 138.5m second jump.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Lillehammer, Norway: HS 138

The World Cup in Lillehammer this year will be a historical event. For the first time since the Winter Olympic Games in 1994, all the nordic disciplines will be carried out during one weekend in December.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Klingenthal: Kraft places 2nd

2014, Klingenthal, Germany, FIS Team Ski Jumping, Stefan Kraft (AUT) places 2nd in Large Hill Individual. Kraft had a longer distance jump than the winner Roman Koudelka (CZE) with a 142.0m beating the winner’s best by 2.5m.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Klingenthal: Koudelka wins

Roman Koudelka (CZE) wins for the second time this season during the 2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Klingenthal, with distances totals of 138.0m and 139.5m.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Klingenthal, Germany: Men’s HS 140

The 2014–15 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup will be the 36th World Cup season for men and the 4th World Cup season for women. It is the world’s highest level of ski jumping competition organized by the International Ski Federation since 1979.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Klingenthal: Wellinger interview

2014, Klingenthal, Germany, FIS Team Ski Jumping, Interview with Andreas Wellinger (GER), who helped lead his team to victory in Team Ski Jumping.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Klingenthal: Germany wins team

Germany grabbed the first team win of the season during the 2014 Ski Jumping World Cup, with thanks to jumps by Andreas Wellinger at 139.5m and Markus Eisenbichler at 142.0m, the biggest jump of the day.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Klingenthal: Japan places 2nd

2014, Klingenthal, Germany, FIS Team Ski Jumping, Japan places 2nd in the first World Cup competition of the season with teammates Reruhi Shimizu, Daiki Ito, Noriaki Kasai and Taku Takeuchu, who had the highest single score for the team.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Klingenthal: Germany wins team

2014, Klingenthal, Germany, FIS Team Ski Jumping, Germany gets the first win of the season helped by two big jumps from Andreas Wellinger at 139.5m and Markus Eisenbichler who had the biggest jump of the day for the team at 142.0m.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Klingenthal: Fannemel longest jump

2014, Klingenthal, Germany, FIS Team Ski Jumping, Anders Fannemel (NOR) records the longest jump of the event for any team with 144.0m, but Team Norway finishes 3rd.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Klingenthal, Germany: Team HS 140

The 2014–15 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup will be the 36th World Cup season for men and the 4th World Cup season for women. It is the world’s highest level of ski jumping competition organized by the International Ski Federation since 1979.

Ski Jumping: Klingenthal shaping up for World Cup opener

In only nine days, the men’s FIS Ski Jumping World Cup presented by Viessmann will get underway in Klingenthal (GER) and final preparations are in full swing. Despite mild temperatures of about 8°Celsius in the Vogtland Arena, snow production is almost complete with the final hill preparation starting early next week. Currently, the Organisers are […]

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final: Netherlands wins

Riding Vdl Bubalu during the 2014 FEI Nations Cup, Jur Vrieling claimed team Netherlands’ third consecutive clear, paving the way for Netherlands to win the 2014 Nations Cup, and besting Canada by one fall.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final: Canada 2nd

Eric Lamaze riding Zigali P S, gives Team Canada a clear in run and helps them secure their Silver Medal, to end the season. Just four points behind the winners the Netherlands.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final: Sweden 3rd

Henrik Von Eckermann, riding Cantinero, Sweden’s final rider pulls off a clear round and Team Sweden grabs the Bronze medal for the season over Belgium by just one time penalty point.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Madden 3rd in Jumping Final

On the final day of Jumping, riding her competitor’s horses in the Final Four, Beezie Madden (USA) suffered a four point fault on each one. But thanks to a clear run on Cortes C, the only horse to get four clears, she won the Bronze.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Dubbeldam wins Jumping Final

On the final day of Jumping, Jeroen Dubbeldam (NED) is the only rider to score four clears on all four horse, and secure the Gold Medal by one point.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Delaveau 2nd in Jumping Final

On the final day of Jumping, despite clears on the other three horses, Patrice Delaveau (FRA), in the Final Four, suffered a one point time point deduction on Casall Ask, and had to settle for Silver in the end.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Madden 2nd after Day 1 Jumping

Beezie Madden (USA), riding Cortes C, starts off in 2nd place after day one with a score of 4.16 in Individual Jumping.

 
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