Wycieczki Luisa po skoczniach narciarskich
Due to a fire, the ski jumping hills in Biberau-Biberschlag (Thuringia, Germany) were massively damaged. A news, which caused consternation not only in the region itself. The cause of the fire remains unclear, the criminial investigation department of the Suhl police assumes it was torching. Meanwhile, SV Biberau has established a donations account.
World Records, creative inventions, electric atmosphere, breathtaking landscape and birth place of ski flying: These are the main associations with Planica. The host of the FIS Nordic Ski World Championships 2023, which is not even a real town, has a vivid history. Thanks to a very helpful visitor of our website, who did a very intense research, skijumpinghills.com can go much deeper into detail than ever before.
Rok 2015 miał być najciemniejszym okresem w historii skoków narciarskich w Brotterode. Wyglądało na to, że historia COC i historia skoczni dobiegły końca. Ale wydarzenia potoczyły się korzystnie i COC powróci również w 2020 roku. Plany renowacji skoczni są coraz bardziej konkretne. Serwis Skijumpinghills.com przybliży Wam plany miasta na przyszłość.
Sezon zimowy zakończony - czas na przygotowania do kolejnych. I tak jest w Oberstdorfie, mieście będącym gospodarzem następnych Mistrzostw Świata w narciarstwie klasycznym FIS w 2021 roku. Prace już się rozpoczęły, więc skijumpinghills.com przedstawi przegląd prac, jakie zostaną wykonane.
Since 2014, the wintersports club (WSV) of Braunlage is lacking of a relevant big sized ski jumping hill. There has been massive sadness after the well-known Wurmbergschanze had to be demolished after a circle of bad luck situations. But now there is new hope: A crowdfunding should be the initiative to build a completely new large hill. Skijumpinghills.com knows about the plans.
The history of the summer ski jumping in Hinterzarten and, following that, also the history of the Adler-Skistadion is a long one. Six major conversions have been made, since the first ski jumping hill has been built at this place in 1924. In 2005, three smaller hills have been added, ever since only minor works took place. Now, the hill cannot be used in winter anymore and the hill certificate is going to expire, so that it needs to be renovated. Skijumpinghills.com explains the plans for the
Insights into the thoughts of ski jumpers and coaches and even more "behind the scenes" - that was waiting for our columnist Luis Holuch in Hinterzarten either. He spoke to the Slovene Ernest Prišlič who made a fabulous comeback recently and he also spent two training sessions among very successful ski jumping coaches. We hope you will enjoy the second part of "Luis on Ski Jumping Hill Tournament at the summer-grand-prix in Hinterzarten"!
With now 36 editions the summer-grand-prix in Hinterzarten is one of the most traditional summer ski jumping competitions. This time, our columnist Luis Holuch visited the event in the Black Forest and brings you stories about traditions but also very new things. Enjoy the first of two episodes of "Luis on Ski Jumping Hill Tournament at the summer-grand-prix in Hinterzarten"!
It has been one of the most ambitious and intense projects in the history of ski jumping, but after nine years of building it finally was there: The brand new ski jumping hill complex in Shuchinsk was inaugurated by the Kazakh president Nursultan Nazarbayev himself. Skijumpinghill.com knows about all the details of this high-modern mega complex in Kazakhstan.
There have been not too many news about the ski jumping hills in Harrachov. Now, the Czech Olympic Committee stated that the normal hill (K90) and also the K40 hill will be closed. This move is a deep cut in the substance of ski jumping in the Czech Republic. Skijumpinghills.com takes a look on the future perspective of the hills at the famous devil’s mountain and the Czech Republic in general.
This years FIS Congress is history. The 51st edition of this meeting of the officials of the International Ski Federation at the Greek Costa Navarino has brought some important decisions regarding the future of Nordic Skiing, such as electing the hosts for the FIS Ski Flying World Championships 2022 and the FIS Nordic Ski World Championships 2023. Skijumpinghills.com gives you an overview of who will host these events and what is on schedule for the ski jumpers and Nordic Combined athletes.
The season 2017/2018 has been a long one, with lots of highlights. The Four Hills Tournament, Ski Flying World Championships, WillingenFive, the Olympic Games and the RawAir, which will start on Friday, were the route of the athletes, starting in Mid-November and ending at end of March. And now, for the traditional season final in Planica, there is a new thing, coming on top: Planica 7. Skijumpinghills.com explains, what this is about.
The jumpers were in their last training camps just ahead oft he winter and also the equipment got its final touches. Mentally, all involved persons are already in the winter mode anyway. But, which things are important to know for all watchers, such as fans and journalists? Our editor Luis Holuch explains it in his second report from the 38th Forum Nordicum.
Just in the past week, the interest-community of Nordic ski journalists met in Klingenthal, for the 38th time. During this Forum Nordicum, the most important topics of and for the upcoming winter season were discussed. Our columnist Luis Holuch reports from this third appearance and starts this first of two parts with a summary of the happenings.
The ski jumping hill committee of the International Ski Federation (FIS) has made a rule change at the spring congress in April this year. This rule change was made in order to set even higher security standards on those ski jumping hills, where FIS and OPA competitions are held. The Ski Jumping Hill Archive gives you a deeper look on this topic and an overview of the hills, whose data have been changed.
Just in time for the comeback of the ski flying in Oberstdorf, skijumpinghills.com presents the second part of columnist Luis Holuch's visit in Oberstdorf! In this episode, Luis tells about his experiences in the Erdinger Arena, his visit of the renovated Heini-Klopfer-ski-flying-hill and which female ski jumper could possibly become the seventh woman on a ski flying hill. As always, we wish you a lot of fun at reading and are looking forward to your feedback!
Very different to last season, where had to wait until the season final until he got the first chance to do a ski jumping trip, our columnist Luis Holuch did not have to wait that long this time. On the first weekend of January, he travelled to the ladies’ World Cup at Erdinger-Arena, Oberstdorf. In this first of two episodes, he is going to tell about his impressions of the sportive competition and analyse the first full large hill weekend of the women with a couple of interview partners. We ho
W końcu po raz kolejny nadszedł czas: dzisiaj skaczące na nartach Panie zaczynają swój sezon zimowy zawodami Pucharu Świata w Lillehammer! Przed nimi miesiące ekscutujących zawodów i podróż do podium i wielkich rezultatów, a dodatkowo cel osiągnięcia swoich najlepszych w życiu odległości. Jednak jaki jest aktualny status quo najlepszych zawodniczek? jak daleko skakały, kiedy i gdzie? Możecie znaleźć odpowiedź właśnie tutaj, na Naszym Portalu!
Dwa tygodnie temu, po dwóch latach budowy, w Kanderstagu międzynarodowym konkursem otworzono nową arenę. Nowe Narodowe Centrum Narciarstwa Klasycznego w Kanderstagu (NNSK) składa się z trzech skoczni narciarskich i jest drugim całorocznym centrum skoków w Szwajcarii obok Einsiedeln. Dzięki temu otwarciu potwierdzone zostały słowa Adolfa Ogi, wieloletniego członka Szwajcarskiej Rady Federalnej i przewodniczącego komitetu patronującego NNSK,że "nowe skocznie są tym, czego kraj potrzebuje".
In the beginning of July, the new Erzberg Arena in Eisenerz/Ramsau was opened with a ceremonial act. While in winter, this multifunctional sports facility, could be used provisional, it is now completed and can be used in complete extent. Skijumpinghills.com reports about the building measures and also focusses on the importance of this project for the Nordic ski sports in the Steiermark region in Austria.
As promised, now is the time for another release: the third and final episode of our columnist Luis Holuch's recap of the season final in Planica. This XXL article is about friendships, meetings and a Sunday evening, which turns out completely different than expected. Now, the winter season has ended also for us - right at the beginning of the new summer season. Nevertheless, we hope you will enjoy reading this article!
After a good start and a long walk home in the first episode of this year's Planica recap by our columnist Luis Holuch, you can now find out how he experienced the team competition, which traditionally took place on Planica's saturday. And that is not all: you can already look forward to the final, third, part. So, stay tuned and enjoy reading this episode of "Luis on Ski Jumping Hill Tournament"!
The season 2015/2016 has come to an end, also for our columnist Luis Holuch. Due to his studies, which are almost finished, Luis had to cut down the number of his travellings, but nevertheless, he took the chance to be part of the World Cup Final in Planica. Just, as you are used to it, he tells about his experiences and adventures on skijumpinghills.com. Read here the first of two episodes and enjoy!
Normally, Ljubno ob Savinji (Slovenia) is a quiet and restful place, but not so in the past months: the old Logarska Dolina normal hill was demolished and served a spot for a completely new ski jump. This new facility was finished recently and is ready for the upcoming World Cup competitions of the ladies in less than two weeks. Skijumpinghills.com presents the first information about the new normal hill, which is going to be bigger than the old one.
The reconstruction of the ladies'-world cup ski jump Zao (Japan) is completed. The freshly renovated and enlarged K95 recently saw the first snow and is ready for the world cup competitions on 22th and 23rd January (Friday and Saturday). Ski Jumping Hill Archive reports about the details of the reconstruction and presents the newest photos from Japan.
The future perspectives of the Heini-Klopfer ski flying hill at Oberstdorf (GER) are finally cleared. The delegated officials and politicians voted for a general renovation of Germany's ski flying hill. This project will cost around 13 million Euros and is supposed to be finished until the end of 2016. Skijumpinghills.com presents this project and the planned financial investments in detail.
Just a few day after Eastern, our columnist is serving you a special small Easter gift. In this new XXL-episode of his column "Luis on Ski Jumping Hill-Tournament", he tells about his personal experiences during the final competition in Planica. We wish you a lot of fun and suspense with this episode and we are looking forward to your feedback!
The season 2014/15 for the ski jumpers and also our columnist Luis Holuch is over. As well as the athletes, he has made his last "competitions" in Planica. In this episode of "Luis on Ski Jumping Hill-Tournament" he is telling you what he experienced and what he has seen in Slovenia. We wish you a lot of fun at reading and we are looking forward to your feedback! Special thanks from the author go to Franci Petek (Slovenia) and Mike and Deneene LeBlanc (USA).
Directly connected to the last episode of his column „Luis on Ski Jumping Hill-Tournament”, our columnist Luis Holuch is speaking about the final day of the press trip with Eurosport. The special focus in this episode is on the venue tour at the VogtlandArena, the group did before the team competition. Of course, we wish you a lot of fun at reading this article!
Once again this year, our columnist Luis Holuch has been on a journey. In this recent episode of his column “Luis on Ski Jumping Hill-Tournament”, the 19-year-old Eurosport trainee is telling about an international press trip he joined in the final stage of his internship and how ski flying feels like. We wish you a lot of fun at reading this adrenergic episode!
Our columnist Luis Holuch packed his stuff very spontaneously and made his way from his today's home town Munich to the German national ski jumping championships in Hinterzarten. Read now, which experiences he made, which souvenirs he collected and which (more or less famous) people he met. Like always: have fun and we are looking forward to your feedback!
In the recent episode of "Luis on Ski Jumping Hill Tournament", our columnist Luis Holuch is talking about his visit of the world championships stadium of 2013 in Predazzo. Living in for a while in Munich now, Luis tells us about his short vacation which has been a very wet one. Like always we wish you a lot of fun with reading and feel free to comment!
After a creative break, our columnist Luis Holuch is back with a very special episode of his column "Luis on Ski Jumping Hill Tournament". In course of the ladies ski jumping world cup in Hinzenbach (AUT), Luis jumped on a ski jumping hill. Read now about his experiences and enjoy it!
In a special edition for the World Cup opening in Klingenthal, our columnist Luis Holuch is looking out onto the ski jumping winter 2013-2014. Including an interview with Eurosport expert Hans-Peter Pohl.
Our columnist Luis Holuch is on his Ski Jumping Hill Tournament again and this time visits the Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze in Bischofshofen, where the final stage of Four Hills Tournament takes place every year on Epiphany day.
The new season of the column `Luis on Ski Jumping Hill Tournament´by Luis Holuch kicks off with a special edition for the Nordic Junior WSC at Liberec, featuring seven short interviews with participants and advisors.
After a successful first season our column "Luis on Tour" will continue, but Luis Holuch is going to report from his ski jumping hill visits under a new title. Now it becomes "Luis on Ski Jumping Hill Tournament"!