Russia's Evgeniy Klimov won the first International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup event of the season in Poland.
Poland won home gold in the team event at the opening International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup leg of the men's season in Wisla.
Evgeniy Klimov of Russia finished top in the qualification round of the first International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup event of the season.
Wisla, in Poland, will be the venue this weekend as a 2018-2019 Ski Jumping World Cup season gets underway with home athlete and defending champion Kamil Stoch, the Pyeongchang 2018 large hill champion, seeking to become become only the fourth competitor to win the overall title three or more times.
Legendary Finnish ski jumper Janne Ahonen has retired, according to Finnish newspaper Sanomat.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) have announced a lucrative prize pot for the inaugural Raw Air Tour on the Women's Ski Jumping World Cup circuit.
Ski jumping technical delegates gathered prior to the new winter season in Zakopane in Poland.
The grand final of the 2019 Raw Air Tournament in Norway could be moved from Vikersund to Trondheim due to issues with the ski flying hill at the former location.
Multiple Russian national champion Irina Avvakumova has announced she will not be competing in any International Ski Federation ski jumping events in the 2018-2019 season as she takes a break from the sport.
The International Ski Federation have confirmed that two new competitions will be included as part of the 2018-2019 Women's Ski Jumping World Cup season.
Norwegian ski jumper Kenneth Gangnes, who tore his ACL for the fourth time in November 2017, has suffered a further delay in his return to competition due to a thigh injury.
The 2015 ski jumping World Cup champion Severin Freund is back in training following a serious knee injury sustained in July last year.
French ski-jumper Ronan Larny Chappuis has announced his retirement from the sport after serious back pain during the 2016-2017 season led to bone transplant surgery.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) has agreed to introduce prize money for the qualification winners at men's Ski Jumping World Cup events.
An International Ski Federation (FIS) Summer Development Camp for ski jumping and Nordic combined in Romania has been declared a success.