Norway's Robert Johansson has undergone back surgery in a bid to get fully fit for the 2021-2022 International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup season, after two years of injury struggles.
Sarah Hendrickson of the United States and Jernej Damjan of Slovenia have called time on their competitive ski jumping careers but will remain on the International Ski Federation (FIS) Athletes' Commission.
Vasja Bajc has been reappointed as head coach of the Czech men's ski jumping team - 15 years after he last held the role.
Former world champion Maciej Kot, whose position in the Polish ski jumping team for the 2021-2022 season was in doubt, has had his inclusion confirmed by the Polish Ski Association (PZN).
Maximilian Mechler has been named as the new head coach of the German women's ski jumping team.
Daniel Andre Tande has undergone surgery on a collarbone fracture following his crash at the International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup Final in Planica.
The Norwegian Ski Association has confirmed Daniel Andre Tande has been woken from a coma, following a fall at a Ski Jumping World Cup event in Planica.
Germany’s Karl Geiger celebrated a fine end to the season by winning individual and team competitions at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup in Planica.
Strong winds in both Russia and Slovenia meant neither men's or women's Ski Jumping World Cup competition could be held today.
Karl Geiger won the opening World Cup of the Planicia7 tournament as wind conditions led to the cancellation of qualifying and just one jump determining the victor.
Ryōyū Kobayashi won the opening Ski Jumping World Cup contest in Panica in dominant fashion, producing the biggest jump in each round, although the triumph was overshadowed by a vicious fall involving Daniel-André Tande.
Marita Kramer maintained her recent dominant form as she topped qualifying for tomorrow’s normal hill competition at Chaikovsky, which is staging the final women’s Ski Jumping World Cup of the season.
Ryōyū Kobayashi continued his good form by topping qualification for the first of four International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup events in Planica.
Austria’s Marita Kramer triumphed in the first of two International Ski Federation (FIS) Women’s Ski Jumping World Cup competitions in Nizhny Tagil.
Nizhny Tagil will host the penultimate event of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Women’s Ski Jumping World Cup season.