Germany’s Johannes Rydzek continued his fine start to the International Ski Federation (FIS) Nordic Combined World Cup season in Ruka in Finland.
Double Olympic medallist Johannes Rydzek of Germany won the opening leg of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Nordic Combined World Cup in Ruka in Finland.
Poland's Maciej Kot topped the qualification standings during the opening International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup event of the season as he edged team-mate Dawid Kubacki in Ruka in Finland today.
Launching a Ladies’ Continental Cup has been viewed by the International Ski Federation's (FIS) Nordic Combined Committee as the "next step" towards the development of the women’s side of the sport, with the governing body targeting inclusion at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
International Ski Federation (FIS) Nordic combined race director Lasse Ottesen has completed a number of recent inspections at venues of some of the upcoming 2016-2017 events.
Petr Honzl, the former President of the Czech Ski Association and of the Czech Cross-Country Skiing Board, has died aged 72 after a long illness.
A third member of the Austrian Nordic Combined team has been sidelined with a shoulder injury.
A total of 50,000 tickets have been sold already for next year's Nordic Ski World Championships in Lahti, Finnish officials have announced.
A record number of entries have been put forward for the second International Ski Federation (FIS) Nordic Combined Youth Cup of the season.
Swiss Nordic Combined athlete Tim Hug will miss the rest of the summer season after suffering a knee injury.
Jarl Magnus Riiber claimed victory in the second International Ski Federation (FIS) Continental Cup (COC) competition on the Puijo hill in Kuopio.
The Nordic Combined Committee chairman Horst Hüttel has said the International Ski Federation (FIS) is continuing to work on the development of the women's event, with the 2026 Winter Olympics a target.
Austrian Lisa Eder produced two victories in a row in the first Ladies’ Nordic Combined events in the Alpen Cup series in Klingenthal and Bischofsgrün in Germany.
Olympic Nordic Combined gold medallist Hannu Manninen of Finland is set to return to the international scene as early as next year as he has stepped up his comeback attempt by activating his International Ski Federation (FIS) code.
Olympic Nordic Combined bronze medallist Lukas Klapfer performed the first ski jump at the newly opened hill-complex in Eisenerz.