Norweigan Tom Hilde has become the first person to win a senior ski jumping event at the brand new Nordic Arena in Kandersteg.
Norway's Rune Velta, the reigning normal hill world champion, has retired from ski jumping.
The Nordic Arena in Kandersteg in Switzerland, has opened its doors for the first time and held its opening international competitions in both ski jumping and Nordic combined.
International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup overall champion Sara Takanashi maintained her dominance of the sport as she added Grand Prix gold to her growing collection with victory in Courchevel in France.
Ski flying world champion Daniel-André Tande's pre-season preparations have been hit by a blow after he suffered a stress fracture in his leg.
Slovenian ski jumper Jure Šinkovec has announced his retirement following several years of injuries.
Ski jumper Peter Prevc has been awarded the Slovenian Golden Order of Merit after his outstanding season.
Severin Freund will lead the German men's ski jumping team during the 2016-17 season after the country named a four-strong A-squad.
Germany's Ronny Hornschuh has been appointed as the new head coach of Switzerland's ski jumping team.
A new international standard ski jumping centre in Kandersteg in Switzerland is due to officially open with a special two-day event on July 31 and August 1, it has been announced.
Nations Cup champions Norway have named a six-strong men's squad for the new International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup season.
Olympic champion ski jumper Severin Freund has undergone hip surgery and will be out of action for four months.
Ski manufacturer Elan has announced that it is ending its ski jumping operations - meaning World Cup champions Peter Prevc and Sara Takanashi will both need to find a new partner.
Poland's former ski jumping coach Lukasz Kruczek has been appointed as the new head of the Italian team.
Norway's Roar Ljøkelsøy is to join the German ski jumping team as assistant coach.