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FIS Ski Jumping World Cup 2017/2018: Schedule

The kick-off of this year’s Ski Jumping World Cup season on November 18, 2017 will be given to the jumping hill in Wisla, Poland. Apart from the annual Four Hills Tournament, the 2018 Winter Olympics will also be host to major competitions in ski jumping. Whoever is going to land the coming Winter Olympics title is hard to tell. Definitely striving to have a say in this matter and vieing for medals in Pyeongchang will be the preseason’s winners: Stefan Kraft, who won the overall World Cup as well as Kamel Stoch, winner of last season’s Four Hills title. The dates and venues for this season’s ski jumping World Cup are done and dusted, as can be seen from the schedule below:

Major Highlights of the Season

© Ingo Jensen, OK Vierschanzentournee

This year’s Four Hills Tournament is just one of the major highlights of the 2017/2018 season. Taking place between December 30, 2017 and January 6, 2018 at the four traditional venues of Oberstdorf, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Innsbruck, and Bischofshofen, it is an annual magnet for young and old spectators both in front and behind the screen. Four ski jumping hills, two in Germany, two in Austria, make for an outstanding excitement and thrill. Whether the Polish ski jumper Kamel Stoch, who won the overall standings (997.8 points) in the previous year, will also land this season’s Four Hills title remains to be seen.

Olympic Winter Games

Another highlight of the season will be the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, which will be held between February 10, 2018 and February 23, 2018. While the competitions do not count in regard to the World Cup ranking, they are all about winning medals and striving to become an Olympic gold medallist. Four ski jumping competitions will take place from February 10, 2018 to February 19, 2018 at the Alpensia Sports Park’s normal and large ski jumping hills: Normal hill for Men’s and Ladies’ Individual, Large Hill for Men’s Individual and Men’s Team. As the Winter Olympics will be broadcast live across all time zones, all four competitions will be shown in the early afternoon in Central Europe. The Alpensia Sports Park is also where the competitions of Cross-Country Skiing, Biathlon, Nordic Combined as well as Luge and Skeleton will take place. 

Ski Jumping World Cup: Schedule Men

Olympic Ski Jumping Area in Pyeongchang (South Korea)
© TouriSpo / A. Poschinger Olympic Ski Jumping Area in Pyeongchang (South Korea)
Date Start (CET)VenueEventHill
November 18, 201716:00Wisla (POL)TeamHS 134
November 19, 201715:00Wisla (POL)IndividualHS 134
November 25, 201716:15Ruka (FIN)TeamHS 134
November 26, 201715:00Ruka (FIN)IndividualHS 134
December 2, 201716:15Nizhny Tagil (RUS)IndividualHS 134
December 3, 201716:00Nizhny Tagil (RUS)IndividualHS 134
December 9, 201716:00Titisee-Neustadt (GER)TeamHS 142
December 10, 201715:30Titisee-Neustadt (GER)IndividualHS 142
December 16, 201716:00Engelberg (SUI)IndividualHS 140
December 17, 201714:00Engelberg (SUI)IndividualHS 140
December 30, 201716:30Oberstdorf (GER)
4-Hills Tournament
IndividualHS 137
January 1, 201814:00Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER)
4-Hills Tournament
IndividualHS 140
January 4, 201814:00Innsbruck (AUT)
4-Hills Tournament
IndividualHS 130
January 6, 201817:00Bischofshofen (AUT)
4-Hills Tournament
IndividualHS 140
January 13, 201814:15Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf (AUT)Ski Flying/IndividualHS 200
January 14, 201814:15Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf (AUT)Ski Flying/IndividualHS 200
January 19, 201816:00Oberstdorf (GER)
World Championships
Ski Flying/IndividualHS 200
January 20, 201816:00Oberstdorf (GER)
World Championships
Ski Flying/IndividualHS 200
January 21, 201816:00Oberstdorf (GER)
World Championships
Ski Flying/TeamHS 200
January 27, 201816:00Zakopane (POL)TeamHS 140
January 28, 201816:00Zakopane (POL)IndividualHS 140
February 3, 201816:00Willingen (GER)IndividualHS 145
February 4, 201810:20Willingen (GER)IndividualHS 145
February 10, 201813:35Pyeongchang (KOR)
Winter Olympic Games
IndividualHS 125 
February 17, 201813:30Pyeongchang (KOR)
Winter Olympic Games
IndividualHS 140
February 19, 201813:30Pyeongchang (KOR)
Winter Olympic Games
TeamHS 140
March 3, 201816:30Lahti (FIN)TeamHS 130
March 4, 201815:30Lahti (FIN)IndividualHS 130
March 10, 201817:00Oslo (NOR)
Raw Air Tournament
TeamHS 134
March 11, 201814:30Oslo (NOR)
Raw Air Tournament
IndividualHS 134
March 13, 201817:00Lillehammer (NOR)
Raw Air Tournament
IndividualHS 138
March 15, 201817:00Trondheim (NOR)
Raw Air Tournament
IndividualHS 138
March 17, 201816:15Vikersund (NOR)
Raw Air Tournament
Ski Flying/TeamHS 225
March 18, 201816:30Vikersund (NOR)
Raw Air Tournament
Ski Flying/IndividualHS 225
March 23, 201815:00Planica (SLO)Ski Flying/IndividualHS 225
March 24, 201810:00Planica (SLO)Ski Flying/TeamHS 225
March 25, 201810:00Planica (SLO)Ski Flying/IndividualHS 225

(All information is subject to change)

Schedule to go

© Brigitte Waltl-Jensen, OK Vierschanzentournee

Feel free to download the schedule as PDF, comprising all dates and venues of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup 2017/2018.

-> Schedule Ski Jumping World Cup 

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