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The competition calendars for the upcoming season
were announced at the spring meetings of the FIS
Sub-Committees in Zurich on Friday.
The FIS Summer Grand Prix 2013 will start
on the last weekend of July in Hinterzarten (GER).
Besides an individual competition for men and ladies
also mixed team competition was scheduled to take
place in the Black Forest.
A week later the men travel to Poland, where a week
later a team and an individual competition will
be held in Wisla. On August 14th and 15th the ladies
and men will then compete in Courchevel (FRA) together
again (one mixed and one individual competition).
After a stop in Einsiedeln (SUI), the men's series
then continues in the Far East with two individual
competitions in Hakuba late August. The athletes
also have to take long trips mid September. Both,
ladies and men, will have two individual events
in Nizhny Tagil (RUS) and Almaty (KAZ).
Traditionally the men's Summer Grand Prix ends with
the two events in Hinzenbach (Sept. 29th) and Klingenthal
Men's World Cup starts in Klingenthal
Just a few weeks later the athletes will already
return to the Vogtland-Arena, because the 2013/14
World Cup season will not start in northern Europe,
but in Klingenthal on November 23rd and 24th (Team
After competitions in Kuusamo (FIN) and Lillehammer
(NOR), the circuit will return to Germany, where
Titisee-Neustadt will make his comeback as a host
in the World Cup on December 14th and 15th. Traditionally
the two events in Engelberg (SUI), are the final
competitions before the short Christmas break.
With the 4-Hills-Tournament, the first big highlight
of the season will, as always, be held around New
Year's. A week later, on January 11th and 12th),
the first ski flying competitions of the winter
will take place in Bad Mitterndorf (AUT).
After a team and an individual competition in Zakopane
a week later, the teams will travel to Sapporo (JPN)
late January. Although the FIS Team Tour will not
be held next winter, Willingen remains in the calendar
with two competition on February 1st and 2nd.
The fight for Gold, Silver and Bronze at the Olympic
Winter Games 2014 in Sochi will be on from February
7th to 23rd.
The World Cup will then continue in the Far North
from February 26th to March 9th. A total of six
competitions will be carried out in Falun, the host
of the next World Championships, Lahti, Kuopio,
Trondheim and Oslo.
Towards the end of the season the athletes will
once again have the chance to win medals: At the
ski flying World Championships in Harrachov.
The World Cup winter 2013/14 will then end again
with the events on the ski flying hill in Planica.
The season's final will take place from March 21st
Ladies start in Norway
The ladies' World Cup begins with a mixed and an
individual competition on December 6th and 7th in
Lillehammer. Long trips will follow right away:
The next stops will be Vancouver (CAN) and Chaikovsky
After a break over Christmas and New Year, the first
competitions 2014 will be held in Germany on January
4th and 5th, the exact organizer was not confirmed
yet. On the following two weekends the jumpers will
fight for World Cup wins in Japan (Sapporo and Zao).
Then they will return to Europe for the events in
Ljubno (SLO) and Hinzenbach (AUT), before the competitions
in Rasnov on March 1st and 2nd will be the first
World Cups in Romania.
The winter season of the ladies then ends with competitions
at the Holmenkollen in Oslo (March 9th) and in Falun
(March 15th and 16th).
Summer Grand Prix 2013 »
Ladies' Summer Grand Prix 2013 »
World Cup 2013/14 »
Ladies' World Cup 2013/14 »
All dates are still subject to change until they
are confirmed at the meetings of the FIS Council
in Dubrovnik (CRO) early June.