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Click the large logos for USA Nordic, FIS Ski Jumping, or FIS Nordic Combined main pages. Click “calendar & results” links to go directly to current calendar pages for SJ & NC. When you see a small square box with an ‘R’ inside at left end of schedule line, click on that to see results. The large red rectangular ‘LIVE’ button will bring up real-time scoring ticker. Salt Lake City Chosen for Next US Olympics Bid Read about it at these links: USOC KSL-TV NBC Sports Deseret News Tara Geraghty-Moats Double Winner in Steamboat NC; Taylor Fletcher Wins Friday, Close Second Saturday Tara tops podium TWICE in historic Nordic Combined for women Results: Fri 12/14 Sat 12/15 Taylor wins Friday, 2nd Saturday, 1.3 sec behind winner, started 1:20 back: Fri 12/14 Sat 12/15 For the first time ever, the Continental Cup Series for Nordic Combined is opening the season with two events in the USA; first at Steamboat Springs, then at Park City. It’s also the inaugural season for women’s NC. On Friday, Tara scored a decisive win in the women’s jump round (which established the order at the start of the 5km race), so she started first and ran away to win by 45 seconds over Norwegian Gyda Westvold Hansen. Russia’s Stefaniya Nadymova was 3rd. Other Americans were Annika Malacinski in 7th and Tess Arnone in 8th. Also on Friday, Taylor was 11th in the men’s jump round, so he started 11th in the 10 kmrace, giving up -1:03 to the leader at the start, Austria’s Bernhard Flaschberger. Taylor ran the second-fastest race, finishing 15 seconds ahead of another Austrian, Paul Gerstgraser, who was 16 seconds ahead of Flaschberger, who finished 3rd. Jared Shumate (USA) was 7th, Jasper Good 9th, Ben Loomis 13th, Ben Berend 15th, Grant Andrews 24th, Beckett Ledger 34th, Bennett Gamber 41st, Aidan Ripp 42nd. On Saturday, Tara started 4th, with a 26 second deficit after placing 4th in the jump round (which was won by Westvold Hansen). Tara blasted her way past the three who started before her, finishing 40 seconds ahead of Westvold Hansen to complete a historic double victory in the first-ever weekend of Continental Cup Nordic Combined for women. Veronica Gianmoena of Italy placed 3rd. Arnone was 7th and Malacinski 9th. Congratulations to Tara, Tess, and Annika! In men’s action on Saturday, Taylor placed 30th in the jump round, putting him 1:20 behind the leader at the start of the race. He passed 28 other racers, finishing 1.3 sec behind the winner, Gerstgraser. Norway’s Lars Buraas was 3rd. Shumate was 6th, Good 8th, Loomis 10th, Berend 19th, Andrews 28th, Ledger 36th, Erik Lynch 41st, Evan Nichols 46th, and Henry Johnstone 48th. Congratulations, Taylor and US Nordic teammates! Next weekend it’ll be men’s & women’s Continental Cup Nordic Combined at Utah Olympic Park! Women In Notodden NOR Continental Cup Dec 14-15 Annika Belshaw top US finisher, 11th & 12th RESULTS: Fri 12/14 Sat 12/15 Annika Belshaw was the top American in women’s Continental Cup on Fri Dec 15 in Norway, finishing 11th. Paige Jones was 12th, Logan Sankey 16th, Anna Hoffman 18th, and Samantha Macuga 19th. Belshaw again led the Americans on Saturday, placing 12th. Sankey was 17th, Jones 18th, Hoffman 21st, and Macuga 22nd. Men in Engelberg SUI World Cup December 14-16 Bickner & Boyd-Clowes qualify on Friday QUALI … Fri 12/14K Sat 12/15 Sat 12/16 Kevin Bickner (USA) and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes (CAN) both qualified for this weekend’s World Cup action in Engelberg. Mackenzie finished 29th on Saturday, but Kevin didn’t make the cut to the final round of 30. They’ll be back in action again Sunday. Bickner 5th, Boyd-Clowes 6th in Lillehammer CoC Dec 8 Banner day for pair of North Americans … RESULTS Sun 12/8 FB video of Kevin in flight It was a great day for a pair of North Americans in Continental Cup action in Lillehammer NOR on December 8. Kevin Bickner (USA) placed 5th, and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes (CAN) 6th on the large hill. Norway’s Marius Lindvik took his second win of the weekend, ahead of Germany’s Constantin Schmid and Austria’s Markus Schiffner. Poland’s Alexander Zniszczol was 4th. Bickner flew 139.5 and 137.5 meters, scoring 256.9 points. Boyd-Clowes 132 and 134.5, good for 251.4 points. This is the best finish for a pair of North Americans in recent memory, and a good sign of things to come during this season! Kevin Bickner 18th, 26th in Nizhniy Tagil Dec 1-2 Earns World Cup points both days on large hill in Russia USA’s Kevin Bickner slammed down a flight of 127 meters in Saturday’s first round in Nizhniy Tagil. He flew 121.5 in the final round to secure a top-20 finish. Canadian Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes missed the cut to the final round, having placed 31st. On Sunday, Bickner’s flight of 129 meters in the first round was good for 9th place going into the final round. He landed at 114.5 on his second jump, finising 26th. World Cup points both days, super! Taylor Fletcher 24th Fri, 39th Sat in Lillehammer NC Veteran Nordic Combined athlete leads team of 3; large hill jumping & 10K race remain Three Americans, Taylor Fletcher, Ben Loomis, and Jasper Good participated in NC events on Friday and Saturday. Fletcher was the top American both days. Their final event of the weekend will be a jump on the large hill (HS134) and a 10K race. Nita Englund 40th in Lillehammer Friday, 30th Saturday Lidiia Iakovleva (RUS) wins, Maren Lundby (NOR) 2nd, Ema Klinec (SLO) 3rd on Saturdays After qualifying 38th on Thursday, Nita Englund finished 40th on Friday, missing the final round. She made it into Saturday’s final round, finishing 30th. There’s a LARGE HILL competition on Sunday. Ryoyu Kobayashi DOMINATES in Ruka on Sunday, Nov 25 Wellinger 2nd, Stoch 3rd … tough day for North Americans VIEW VIDEO OF WINNING JUMP Japan’s Ryoyu Kobayashi led the field going into the final round in Ruka, ahead of Germany’s Andreas Wellinger and Poland’s Kamil Stoch, and that’s the way they finished after the final round. But Kobayashi put a huge exclamation point on his win. Domen Prevc jumped 142 meters while the top three from the first round were standing at the top, awaiting their final jumps. Stoch then blasted out a jump of 144 meters, moving into first. Wellinger topped that with a flight of 145.5. All had jumped from gate 10, but Kobayashi, who had been outdistancing everyone all weekend, dropped his start by two gates for less speed. He proceeded to cruise to 147.5 meters, finishing the day with 310.4 points, 22 ahead of Wellinger and 25 ahead of Stoch. He’d notched his first World Cup win on Saturday, North Americans Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes and Kevin Bickner didn’t make the cut to the round of 30.
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Click the large logos for USA Nordic, FIS Ski Jumping, or FIS Nordic Combined main pages. Click “calendar & results” links to go directly to current calendar pages for SJ & NC. When you see a small square box with an ‘R’ inside at left end of schedule line, click on that to see results. The large red rectangular ‘LIVE’ button will bring up real-time scoring ticker. Salt Lake City Chosen for Next US Olympics Bid Read about it at these links: USOC KSL-TV NBC Sports Deseret News Tara Geraghty-Moats Double Winner in Steamboat NC; Taylor Fletcher Wins Friday, Close Second Saturday Tara tops podium TWICE in historic Nordic Combined for women Results: Fri 12/14 Sat 12/15 Taylor wins Friday, 2nd Saturday, 1.3 sec behind winner, started 1:20 back: Fri 12/14 Sat 12/15 For the first time ever, the Continental Cup Series for Nordic Combined is opening the season with two events in the USA; first at Steamboat Springs, then at Park City. It’s also the inaugural season for women’s NC. On Friday, Tara scored a decisive win in the women’s jump round (which established the order at the start of the 5km race), so she started first and ran away to win by 45 seconds over Norwegian Gyda Westvold Hansen. Russia’s Stefaniya Nadymova was 3rd. Other Americans were Annika Malacinski in 7th and Tess Arnone in 8th. Also on Friday, Taylor was 11th in the men’s jump round, so he started 11th in the 10 kmrace, giving up - 1:03 to the leader at the start, Austria’s Bernhard Flaschberger. Taylor ran the second-fastest race, finishing 15 seconds ahead of another Austrian, Paul Gerstgraser, who was 16 seconds ahead of Flaschberger, who finished 3rd. Jared Shumate (USA) was 7th, Jasper Good 9th, Ben Loomis 13th, Ben Berend 15th, Grant Andrews 24th, Beckett Ledger 34th, Bennett Gamber 41st, Aidan Ripp 42nd. On Saturday, Tara started 4th, with a 26 second deficit after placing 4th in the jump round (which was won by Westvold Hansen). Tara blasted her way past the three who started before her, finishing 40 seconds ahead of Westvold Hansen to complete a historic double victory in the first-ever weekend of Continental Cup Nordic Combined for women. Veronica Gianmoena of Italy placed 3rd. Arnone was 7th and Malacinski 9th. Congratulations to Tara, Tess, and Annika! In men’s action on Saturday, Taylor placed 30th in the jump round, putting him 1:20 behind the leader at the start of the race. He passed 28 other racers, finishing 1.3 sec behind the winner, Gerstgraser. Norway’s Lars Buraas was 3rd. Shumate was 6th, Good 8th, Loomis 10th, Berend 19th, Andrews 28th, Ledger 36th, Erik Lynch 41st, Evan Nichols 46th, and Henry Johnstone 48th. Congratulations, Taylor and US Nordic teammates! Next weekend it’ll be men’s & women’s Continental Cup Nordic Combined at Utah Olympic Park! Women In Notodden NOR Continental Cup Dec 14-15 Annika Belshaw top US finisher, 11th & 12th RESULTS: Fri 12/14 Sat 12/15 Annika Belshaw was the top American in women’s Continental Cup on Fri Dec 15 in Norway, finishing 11th. Paige Jones was 12th, Logan Sankey 16th, Anna Hoffman 18th, and Samantha Macuga 19th. Belshaw again led the Americans on Saturday, placing 12th. Sankey was 17th, Jones 18th, Hoffman 21st, and Macuga 22nd. Men in Engelberg SUI World Cup December 14-16 Bickner & Boyd-Clowes qualify on Friday QUALI … Fri 12/14K Sat 12/15 Sat 12/16 Kevin Bickner (USA) and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes (CAN) both qualified for this weekend’s World Cup action in Engelberg. Mackenzie finished 29th on Saturday, but Kevin didn’t make the cut to the final round of 30. They’ll be back in action again Sunday. Bickner 5th, Boyd-Clowes 6th in Lillehammer CoC Dec 8 Banner day for pair of North Americans … RESULTS Sun 12/8 FB video of Kevin in flight It was a great day for a pair of North Americans in Continental Cup action in Lillehammer NOR on December 8. Kevin Bickner (USA) placed 5th, and Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes (CAN) 6th on the large hill. Norway’s Marius Lindvik took his second win of the weekend, ahead of Germany’s Constantin Schmid and Austria’s Markus Schiffner. Poland’s Alexander Zniszczol was 4th. Bickner flew 139.5 and 137.5 meters, scoring 256.9 points. Boyd-Clowes 132 and 134.5, good for 251.4 points. This is the best finish for a pair of North Americans in recent memory, and a good sign of things to come during this season! Kevin Bickner 18th, 26th in Nizhniy Tagil Dec 1-2 Earns World Cup points both days on large hill in Russia USA’s Kevin Bickner slammed down a flight of 127 meters in Saturday’s first round in Nizhniy Tagil. He flew 121.5 in the final round to secure a top-20 finish. Canadian Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes missed the cut to the final round, having placed 31st. On Sunday, Bickner’s flight of 129 meters in the first round was good for 9th place going into the final round. He landed at 114.5 on his second jump, finising 26th. World Cup points both days, super! Taylor Fletcher 24th Fri, 39th Sat in Lillehammer NC Veteran Nordic Combined athlete leads team of 3; large hill jumping & 10K race remain Three Americans, Taylor Fletcher, Ben Loomis, and Jasper Good participated in NC events on Friday and Saturday. Fletcher was the top American both days. Their final event of the weekend will be a jump on the large hill (HS134) and a 10K race. Nita Englund 40th in Lillehammer Friday, 30th Saturday Lidiia Iakovleva (RUS) wins, Maren Lundby (NOR) 2nd, Ema Klinec (SLO) 3rd on Saturdays After qualifying 38th on Thursday, Nita Englund finished 40th on Friday, missing the final round. She made it into Saturday’s final round, finishing 30th. There’s a LARGE HILL competition on Sunday. Ryoyu Kobayashi DOMINATES in Ruka on Sunday, Nov 25 Wellinger 2nd, Stoch 3rd … tough day for North Americans VIEW VIDEO OF WINNING JUMP Japan’s Ryoyu Kobayashi led the field going into the final round in Ruka, ahead of Germany’s Andreas Wellinger and Poland’s Kamil Stoch, and that’s the way they finished after the final round. But Kobayashi put a huge exclamation point on his win. Domen Prevc jumped 142 meters while the top three from the first round were standing at the top, awaiting their final jumps. Stoch then blasted out a jump of 144 meters, moving into first. Wellinger topped that with a flight of 145.5. All had jumped from gate 10, but Kobayashi, who had been outdistancing everyone all weekend, dropped his start by two gates for less speed. He proceeded to cruise to 147.5 meters, finishing the day with 310.4 points, 22 ahead of Wellinger and 25 ahead of Stoch. He’d notched his first World Cup win on Saturday, North Americans Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes and Kevin Bickner didn’t make the cut to the round of 30.
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