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  1. COC-M: First win this season for Stefan Huber
    Stefan Huber is the first winner of the Continental Cup weekend in Zakopane (POL). The Austrian won a difficult competition on Saturday evening, in which the first round was interrupted for a long time due to problems with the watering system.
  2. Karl Geiger first GP-winner in Rasnov
    Karl Geiger of Germany won the FIS Grand Prix premiere in Rasnov (ROU). The 25-year-old from Oberstdorf showed an outstanding performance on the HS 97 hill and took a well-deserved win ahead of Piotr Zyla of Poland and Russia's Evgeniy Klimov.
  3. Jumpers of Poland and Japan the best in training
    Time for a premiere this weekend: For the first time ever a Ski Jumping FIS Grand Prix is held in Rasnov, Rumania. Because only 41 athletes took the trip to Transylvania, the qualification was replaced with an additional third training round on Friday afternoon.
  4. Hans Ostler passed away at age 93
    The international Ski Jumping community, first and foremost the Skiclub Partenkirchen and the partner clubs of the 4-Hills-Tournament, are mourning the death of honorary president and official Hans Ostler. The 4-Hills-Tournament veteran from Garmisch-Partenkirchen passed away at age 93.
  5. COC-M: Phillip Aschenwald claims his next victory
    Philipp Aschenwald remains the currently strongest ski jumper in the Continental Cup. The Austrian won twice on the Midtstubakken in Oslo (NOR) and finished on the podium in the last seven competitions.
  6. COC-L: Katharina Althaus the best again
    After her win on Saturday, Katharina Althaus of Germany was also the best in Sunday's competition of the Ladies Continental Cup in Oslo (NOR).
  7. COC-M: Philipp Aschenwald unbeatable
    Philipp Aschenwald of Austria proved his currently outstanding shape also in the first of two Continental Cup competitions on the Midtstubakken in Oslo (NOR).
  8. COC-L: Victory for Katharina Althaus
    Katharina Althaus is the first winner of this summer's Ladies' Continental Cup. The German won the first competition in Oslo (NOR) on Saturday.
  9. Kevin Maltsev Estonian champion
    The Estonian National Ski Jumping Championships for men and ladies were held last on the HS 100 normal hill in Otepaeae last weekend.
  10. Nick Fairall: From Ski Jumping to Water Skiing

    Three and a half years after his crash in the final event of the Four-Hills-Tournament in Bischofshofen, Nick Fairall (USA) is now embarking on a second career in sports.