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  1. FIS Grand Prix kicks off in Wisla (POL)
    The FIS Grand Prix 2018, the international Ski Jumping summer competition series, starts this weekend in Wisla (POL).
  2. Siegel, Althaus and Seyfarth win German nationals
    The German Ski Jumping championships are already held before the first FIS Grand Prix event of the season and not, as in recent years, in fall. David Siegel, Juliane Seyfarth, and Katharina Althaus took the individual titles in Hinterzarten on Friday evening.
  3. Andreas Wellinger misses GP in Hinterzarten

    Olympic champion Andreas Wellinger will not compete in this summer's FIS Grand Prix in Hinterzarten (GER), he will instead accompany the FC Bayern Munich on its USA-Tour.

  4. Val di Fiemme replaces Liberec
    The event of the 2018/19 men's Ski Jumping World Cup which was canceled in Liberec, will now take place in Italy.
  5. Heinz Kuttin new head coach in China
    Heinz Kuttin, who resigned as head coach of the Austrian national team after last season, will now be coaching the Chinese ladies' team.
  6. COC: Second win for Kilian Peier
    Only 15 hours after his first ever win in the Continental Cup, Switzerland's Kilian Peier was the best again on Sunday. With jumps of 109.5 m and 109 m, the 23-year-old won ahead of Russia's Evgeniy Klimov and Stefan Huber of Austria.
  7. Swiss victory at COC opener
    The ski jumpers crowned the first winner of the 2018 summer season: Kilian Peier of Switzerland showed a convincing performance in the first FIS Continental Cup competition this summer in Kranj (SLO) with jumps of 103 m and 105 m (277.6 points).
  8. Andreas Kofler: On his way back as newly-minted dad
    Andreas Kofler, who missed the entire last season due to an auto-immune disease, his currently highly motived to work on his comeback.
  9. Evgeniy Plekhov: "My decisions are now twice as important"
    Many national teams have changed their head coaches after the Olympic season. Since May, Evgeniy Plekhov is the head coach of the Russian team. He and his new assistant Alexandr Garanin will prepare the team for the upcoming competitions.
  10. Roman Koudelka starts the season with a home win
    For the Czech ski jumpers, the new competition season started already on Friday with a night event in Lomnice nad Popelkou.