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2014 FIS Mens Ski Jumping Finals: Stoch wins Crystal Globe

Olympic gold medalist, Kamil Stoch (POL), finishes the day’s Ski Jumping event in 5th, but is able to keep his 1st overall ranking and take home the Crystal Globe.

2014 FIS Mens Ski Jumping Finals: Prevc wins

Peter Prevc (SLO) takes the gold medal and ranks 2nd overall in World Cup standings.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Planica, Slovakia: HS139

The FIS Ski Jumping World Cup is a ski jumping tournament held yearly by the International Ski Federation since 1979.

2014 FIS Womens Ski Jumping Finals: Sara Takanashi Wins All

Sara Takanashi (JPN) wins Crystal Globe for the season after taking Gold in Women’s Ski Jumping.

2014 FIS Men’s Team Ski Jumping World Cup: Kofler interview

Andreas Kofler (AUT) talks about winning gold and becoming World Leaders with his teammates after winning the Men’s Team Ski Jumping Final.

2014 FIS Womens Ski Jumping Finals: Jerome takes 5th

Jessica Jerome (USA) comes in 5th in Women’s Ski Jumping, 10th overall.

2014 FIS Men’s Team Ski Jumping World Cup: Austria Wins All

Austria gets the gold and rank 1st overall in World Cup standings. The team consists of Stefan Kraft, Thomas Diethart, Andreas Kofler, and Gregor Schlierenzauer.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Planica, Slovakia: HS139 Ladies & Team

The FIS Ski Jumping World Cup is a ski jumping tournament held yearly by the International Ski Federation since 1979.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Planica: Bardal 2nd

Anders Bardal (NOR) just misses the first place by .03 points, it’s his 8th podium finsih this season. He currently ranks 5th, with only the Final left.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Planica: Freund wins

Severin Freund (GER), with two 137.5 meter jumps, gets his 5th win of the season and it moves him into 2nd in the World Cup, with only the Final left.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Planica: Freund interview

Severin Freund (GER) talks about his win.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Planica, Slovakia: HS139

The FIS Ski Jumping World Cup is a ski jumping tournament held yearly by the International Ski Federation since 1979.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Oslo: Bardal 2nd

With two solid jumps, Anders Bardal (NOR) takes second on the podium, his 8th podium as the regular season comes to a close.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Oslo: Stoch 3rd

The double Olympic champ from Sochi, Kamil Stoch (POL) claims 3rd in the last jump of the regular season and wins his first World Cup title as well.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Oslo: Freund interview

Severin Freund (GER) talks about getting his 4th win as the regular season comes to a close.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Oslo: Freund wins

As the only one to have two 130 plus jumps, Severin Freund (GER) gets the win and moves into 3rd place as the World Cup comes to a close.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Oslo, Norway: HS 134

In the home country of skiing the first ski jumping competitions took place from 1879 to 1891 on Husebybakken in the western part of Oslo. On January 31, 1892 around 5 km north of it a new ski jumping hill at Holmenkollen was inaugurated.

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

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 World Cup Ski Jumping: Falun: Freund interview

Severin Freund (GER) talks about his win.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Falun: Freund wins

Severin Freund (GER) wins his 6th career world cup event, hitting the biggest jump of the night at 135 meters, he currently ranks 4th in the World Cup.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Falun, Sweden: HS134

The world’s best ski jumpers will travel directly to Falun from the Sochi 2014 Games and there will be a chance to see the Olympic stars to compete on the large hill at the pre-World Championships at Lugnet.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Willingen: Stoch interview

Kamil Stoch (POL) talks about how he picked up his 2nd straight win of the weekend to become the new leader in the overall standings.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Willingen: Freund 2nd again

Severin Freund (GER) picked up his 2nd straight podium of the season after finishing the men’s large hill event with 257.9 points, losing to Kamil Stoch (POL) by 13.5 points. Freund sits in 5th place in the overall standings.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Willingen: Stoch leads overall

Kamil Stoch (POL) picked up his 2nd straight win of the weekend after he won the mens large hill individual event today with 271.4 points. Stoch now leads the overall by 13 points over Peter Prevc (SLO).

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Willingen, Germany: HS145

Willingen is the last halt on the schedule before the jumpers take off for the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Willingen: Kamil Stoch interview

Men’s ski jump winner Kamil Stoch (POL) discusses how excited he is to get the win today after edging out Severin Freund (GER) by 1 point.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Willingen: Freund 2nd

Severin Freund (GER) lost by just 1 point in from of his home crowd after finishing with a total score of 262.2. Freund was also 2nd in the team ski jumping event in Zakopane two weeks ago.

2014 Ski Jumping World Cup: Willingen: Stoch wins

Kamil Stoch (POL) won the men’s large hill individual event with a score of 263.2 points to edge out Severin Freund (GER) by just 1 point. Stoch is now just 27 points out of first place in the overall standings.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Willingen, Germany: HS145 Team

Willingen is the last halt on the schedule before the jumpers take off for the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi.

2014 World Cup Ski Jumping: Sapporo: Damjan wins day 2

On the second day with many big names missing, 30 year old Jernej Damjan leads a Slovenian sweep, with the biggest jump of the day at 138 meters in round one, getting his first World Cup win.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Sapporo, Japan: HS134

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 World Cup Ski Jumping: Sapporo: Prevc wins

With many of the top names getting ready for the Olympics in a few weeks, Peter Prevc (SLO) gets the win on day one and claims the World Cup lead over Kamil Stoch (POL) by 11 points.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Sapporo, Japan: HS134

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: Zakopane: Prevc 2nd

When weather conditions prevented a 2nd run, Peter Prevc (SLO) finished with a score of 124.7, 2.3 points out of first place. Prevc helped the SLO team take home gold in yesterday’s team jump.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Zakopane: Bardal wins

After weather conditions canceled the 2nd round, Anders Bardal (NOR) won with a score of 127 to pickup his 1st win in this world cup season. Bardal helped Poland finish 5th in yesterday’s team ski jump.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Zakopane, Poland: HS134

This event is part of the individual World Cup itinerary for the second time, after the first edition in January 2013. Last year, Anders Bardal (NOR) won, with Richard Freitag (GER) claiming silver and Rune Velta (NOR) bronze.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Zakopane: Jernej Damjan interview

Skier Jernej Damjan (SLO) talks about his team winning the men’s team ski jump and taking it one race at a time as they prepare for Sochi.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Zakopane: GER 2nd

Andreas Welllinger was the highest scoring member of his team as he finished the day with a run 1 score of 139.5 and a run 2 score of 127. Germany finished with 1047.9 total points.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Zakopane: SLO wins

Led by skier Jernej Damjan, Slovenia finished with a total score of 1059.6 to win the men’s team ski jump. Damjan posted the high scores of 132.5 for his first run and 134.8 for his 2nd run.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Zakopane, Poland: Team HS134

This event is part of the individual World Cup itinerary for the second time, after the first edition in January 2013. Last year, Anders Bardal (NOR) won, with Richard Freitag (GER) claiming silver and Rune Velta (NOR) bronze.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Wisla: Andreas Wellinger interview

Men’s Ski Jump winner Andreas Wellinger (GER) talks about how excited he is to get his 1st world cup victory.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Wisla: Kamil Stoch 2nd

Kamil Stoch (POL) lost to Andreas Wellinger (GER) by .9 points as he finished with a total score of 261.9. Stoch was the winner in Engelberg last month and still leads the overall with 707 points.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Wisla: Andreas Wellinger wins

Andreas Wellinger (GER) picked up his 1st world cup win after he finished with a total score of 262.8, beating Kamil Stoch (POL) by just .9 points. Wellinger was 3rd after the first round but a second round score of 132.4 landed him in 1st.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Wisla, Poland: HS134

In 1933 the first wooden ski jumping hill was constructed at Malinka, and allowed jumps on more than 40 meters. The first modernization of the jumping facility took place in 1954.

2014 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Stage 4 Bischofshofen: Morgenstern 2nd

2011 Four Hills winner Thomas Morgenstern (AUT) takes 3rd on the final day to edge out Simon Ammann (SUI) for silver in the overall.

2014 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Stage 4 Bischofshofen: Simon Ammann 3rd

Simon Ammann (SUI) slips off the podium on the final stage and finishes 3rd overall, his fourth overall Four Hills podium finish and likely his last.

2014 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Stage 4 Bischofshofen: Diehart wins

21 year old Thomas Diehart (AUT) wins the final stage and with it the tournament, these were his first World Cup wins as well.

2014 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Stage 4 Bischofshofen: Diehart interview

21 year old Thomas Diehart (AUT) talks about his big win.

2014 FIS Women’s Ski Jumping World Cup: Bischofshofen, Germany: Four Hills: HS 106

FIS Women’s Ski Jumping from Bischofshofen, Germany takes place live at 10 AM ET on Monday, January 6.

2014 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Stage 3 Innsbruck: Ammann 2nd

With the cancellation of the second jump, Simon Ammmann’s first jump was good enough for 2nd and it moves him up to 2nd in the Tournament.

2014 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Stage 3 Innsbruck: Diehart still leads

Thomas Diehart (AUT) with no second jump, finished 5th on the day, but his big lead from stage two keeps him in the lead by 9.4 points.

2014 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Stage 3 Innsbruck: Kornilov crashes

In the second round, which would be cancelled because of the wind, Denis Kornilov (RUS) crashes out but manages to walk away.

2014 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Stage 3 Innsbruck: Koivuranta wins

Bad wind causes the cancellation of the second jump, so first jump leader Anssi Koivuranta (FIN) gets win, his first ever.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Chaikovsky: Takanashi 3rd

FIS Women’s Ski Jumping World Cup, World Cup leader Sara Takanashi (JPN), after four straight wins settles for 3rd, just making the podium by .1 points.

2014 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Chaikovsky: Avvakumova wins

FIS Women’s Ski Jumping World Cup, Irina Avvakumova (RUS) gets her fourth podium this season and it’s a win, her first ever.

 
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