Matjaz Triplat now coaches the Czech team,
Joze Bercic serves as new head coach of Slovenia.
Alessio Bolognani quit as assistant coach in Italy.
A glance on the coaches tower in Hinterzarten revealed,
that some teams used the off-season to change their
coaches. As reported Fabian Ebenhoch now coaches
the Swiss team and Jochen Danneberg was dismissed
New head coach of the Czech team is Matjaz Triplat,
who coached the Slovenian A-team before. Triplat
succeeds to Jaroslav Simek, who took over the job
from Frantisek Vaculik in 2011. Triplat is already
the fifth coach of the Czech ladies' team in six
years. УThis job is exactly the new challenge I
needФ, he said to Ladies-Skijumping.com
Successor of Triplat in Slovenia is Joze Bercic.
Before getting assigned to this job, he worked as
coach at the national training centre in Kranj.
On his side Overall World Cup and Four-Hills-Tournament
winner Primoz Peterka remains assistant coach.
Also Italy faced a slight change of the coaching
staff: Alessio Bolognani resigned as assistant coach
and so head coach Julien Eybert-Guillon will travel
alone with the A-team to the competitions. Bolognani's
work as coach of the junior team will be continued
by Ivan Lunardi.
So the national teams are lead through the Olympic
season by the following coaches:
Austria: Harald Rodlauer, Florian Schabereiter
Canada: Gregor Linsing
China: Information not available
Czech Republic: Matjaz Triplat
Finland: Kimmo Kykkanen
France: Jacques Gaillard, Frederic Zoz
Germany: Andreas Bauer, Christian Bruder
Italy: Julien Eybert-Guillon
Japan: Takahiro Ogawa, Janko Zwitter
Netherlands: Bastian Tielmann
Norway: Christian Meyer, Per Elias Kalfoss
Romania: Csaba Magdo
Russia: Roman Kerov, Roman Pashkin
Slovenia: Joze Bercic, Primoz Peterka
Switzerland: Fabian Ebenhoch
United States: Paolo Bernardi