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  1. Ville Larinto ends his career
    While his teammates are getting ready for the upcoming season in a training camp in Kuopio with their new head coach Lauri Hakola, Ville Larinto has now announced his retirement.
  2. Nordic WSC 2023 in Planica
    The hosting cities for the World Championships in the years 2022 and 2023 were announced at the FIS Congress in Costa Navarino (GRE) on Thursday evening.
  3. Austrians train on the glacier
    The first training camp of the Austrian ski jumpers under their new head coach Andreas Felder was held this week on the Stubai Glacier in Tyrol, where the first snow jumps of the season were made on self-made hills.
  4. German Ski Association announces training groups
    Earlier this week, the German Ski Association (DSV) announced their various training groups for the 2018/19 season.
  5. Johann Pichler new president of the 4-Hills-Tournament
    Johann Pichler of the ski club Bischofshofen is the new president of the 4-Hills-Tournament. This was announced by the organizing committee during its spring meetings in Munich. 
  6. Slovenes start pre-season preparation with new coach
    The preparation for the upcoming 2018/19 season is in full swing for the Slovenian ski jumpers. This week nine athletes were training together in Kranj.
  7. Simon Ammann is not done yet
    The Ski Jumping fans can look forward to seeing Simon Ammann compete also next season. As the Swiss Ski Association announced, the veteran has decided to continue his career.
  8. Lauri Hakola new head coach of the Finnish team
    Lauri Hakola, who was working with the Finnish national team as the assistant of head coach Andreas Mitter over the past years, will now be the successor of the Austrian.
  9. Only three athletes on the Austrian men's national team

    Only three athletes were named to the Austrian men's Ski Jumping national team for the upcoming season. The nominations for 2018/19 were announced by the Austrian Ski Association (ÖSV) on Friday.

  10. Professional cyclist Primoz Roglic back at the hill
    A few days after he won the Tour de Romandie, former ski jumper Primoz Roglic traveled to Innsbruck to see the courses for the UCI Road World Championships 2018. During his time in Tyrol, the Slovene also stopped by at the Bergisel hill.