FIS Nordic Junior World Ski Championships

The FIS Nordic Junior World Ski Championships is an annual nordic skiing event organized by the International Ski Federation (FIS). The Junior World Championships was started in 1977 and was first hosted in Sainte-Croix, Switzerland. The Junior World Championship events include nordic skiing's three disciplines: cross-country skiing, ski jumping, and nordic combined (the latter being a combination sport consisting of both cross-country and ski jumping).

FIS Nordic Junior World Ski Championships
Statusactive
Genresports competition
Date(s)January–March
Frequencyannual
Location(s)various
Inaugurated1977 (1977)
Organised byFIS

HostsEdit

Year Location Country Events Notes
1977 Sainte-Croix    Switzerland 6
1979 Mont-Sainte-Anne   Canada 6
1980 Örnsköldsvik   Sweden 6
1981 Schonach   West Germany 6
1982 Murau   Austria 6
1983 Kuopio   Finland 6
1984 Trondheim   Norway 7 First with nordic combined team event
1985 Randa
Täsch
Zermatt
   Switzerland 7
1986 Lake Placid   United States 10 First with 30 km (men) and 15 km (women) in cross-country skiing
First with ski jumping team event
1987 Asiago   Italy 10
1988 Saalfelden   Austria 10
1989 Vang
Hamar
  Norway 10
1990 Les Saisies
Štrbské Pleso
  France
  Czechoslovakia
10
1991 Reit im Winkl   Germany 10
1992 Vuokatti   Finland 10
1993 Harrachov   Czech Republic 10
1994 Breitenwang   Austria 10
1995 Gällivare   Sweden 10
1996 Asiago   Italy 10
1997 Canmore   Canada 10
1998 St. Moritz
Pontresina
   Switzerland 10
1999 Saalfelden   Austria 10
2000 Štrbské Pleso   Slovakia 12[nb 1] First with sprint in cross-country skiing
First with sprint (5 km) in nordic combined
2001 Karpacz   Poland 13
2002 Schonach   Germany 10[nb 2]
2003 Sollefteå   Sweden 13
2004 Stryn   Norway 13
2005 Rovaniemi   Finland 13
2006 Kranj   Slovenia 20 First with ski jumping for women
First with under-23 events
2007 Planica (ski jumping & nordic combined)
Tarvisio (cross-country)
  Slovenia
  Italy
20
2008 Zakopane (ski jumping & nordic combined)
Mals (cross-country)
  Poland
  Italy
20 Originally scheduled in Szczyrk and Wisła
2009 Štrbské Pleso (ski jumping & nordic combined)
Praz de Lys-Sommand (cross-country)
  Slovakia
  France
20
2010 Hinterzarten   Germany 20
2011 Otepää   Estonia 19[nb 3]
2012 Erzurum   Turkey 21
2013 Liberec   Czech Republic 21
2014 Val di Fiemme   Italy 21
2015 Almaty   Kazakhstan 21
2016 Râșnov   Romania 21 First with mixed team in ski jumping
2017 Park City   United States 22
2018 Kandersteg (ski jumping & nordic combined)
Goms (cross-country)
   Switzerland 22
2019 Lahti   Finland 23 Originally scheduled in Vuokatti[1]
First with nordic combined for women
2020 Oberwiesenthal   Germany 24
2021 Lahti and Vuokatti   Finland 20 Originally scheduled in Szczyrk, Wisła and Zakopane
2022 Zakopane   Poland Originally scheduled in 2021
2023 Whistler   Canada
2024 Planica   Slovenia

Multiple winnersEdit

Cross-country skiingEdit

MenEdit

Rank Athlete Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Petter Northug   Norway 2005 2006 6 2 8
2 Gennady Lazutin   Soviet Union 1984 1986 6 6
3 Petr Sedov   Russia 2008 2010 5 2 1 8
4 Sergey Ustiugov   Russia 2011 2012 5 1 6
5 Alexey Chervotkin   Russia 2013 2015 4 1 2 7
6 Mathias Fredriksson   Sweden 1992 1993 4 1 1 6
7 German Karachevsky   Soviet Union 1987 1988 4 4
Dmitriy Rostovtsev   Russia 2012 2013 4 4
9 Bruno Carrara   Italy 1995 1997 3 1 1 5
10 Thomas Alsgaard   Norway 1991 1992 3 1 4
Jon Rolf Skamo Hope   Norway 2017 2018 3 1 4

WomenEdit

Rank Athlete Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Ingvild Flugstad Østberg   Norway 2008 2010 7 3 10
2 Yuliya Chepalova   Russia 1993 1996 6 1 1 8
3 Pirjo Muranen   Finland 1998 2001 5 4 1 10
4 Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen   Norway 2005 2007 5 1 1 7
5 Lina Andersson   Sweden 1998 2001 4 1 1 6
6 Gabriele Hess   East Germany/  Germany 1988 1991 4 1 5
7 Irina Khazova   Russia 2003 2004 4 1 5
8 Charlotte Kalla   Sweden 2006 2007 3 3 1 7
9 Victoria Carl   Germany 2013 2015 3 2 2 7
10 Tatyana Bondareva   Soviet Union 1986 1988 3 2 5
Helene Marie Fossesholm   Norway 2019 2020 3 2 5

Nordic combinedEdit

MenEdit

Rank Athlete Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Björn Kircheisen   Germany 2001 2003 6 6
2 Petter Tande   Norway 2002 2005 5 1 3 9
3 Trond Einar Elden   Norway 1988 1990 5 5
4 Halldor Skard   Norway 1990 1993 4 1 5
5 Bernhard Flaschberger   Austria 2014 2016 4 4
6 Hannu Manninen   Finland 1994 1998 3 2 5
7 Manuel Faißt   Germany 2012 2013 3 1 1 5
8 Tom Beetz   Germany 2005 2006 3 1 4
Florian Dagn   Austria 2016 2019 3 1 4
10 Alessandro Pittin   Italy 2008 2009 3 1 4

WomenEdit

Rank Athlete Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Gyda Westvold Hansen   Norway 2019 2021 3 2 5
2 Jenny Nowak   Germany 2020 2020 1 1 2
3 Ayane Miyazaki   Japan 2019 2020 1 1 2
4 Marte Leinan Lund   Norway 2020 2021 2 1 3
5 Maria Gerboth   Germany 2020 2020 1 1
6 Anja Nakamura   Japan 2019 2019 2 2
7 Lisa Hirner   Austria 2020 2021 1 2 3

Ski jumpingEdit

MenEdit

Rank Athlete Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Heinz Kuttin   Austria 1988 1990 5 5
2 Janne Ahonen   Finland 1993 1994 4 4
Michael Hayböck   Austria 2009 2011 4 4
4 Thomas Morgenstern   Austria 2003 2004 3 1 4
5 Lukas Müller   Austria 2009 2012 3 1 4
6 Janne Happonen   Finland 2001 2002 3 3
Olli Happonen   Finland 1992 1994 3 3
Michael Uhrmann   Germany 1995 1996 3 3
9 Jurij Tepeš   Slovenia 2005 2007 2 2 1 5
10 Stefan Kaiser   Austria 1999 2001 2 1 2 5

WomenEdit

Rank Athlete Country From To Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Sara Takanashi   Japan 2012 2014 5 5
2 Ema Klinec   Slovenia 2012 2018 4 3 1 8
3 Nika Križnar   Slovenia 2016 2018 4 1 1 6
4 Marita Kramer   Austria 2019 2020 3 1 4
5 Anna Shpyneva   Russia 2019 2019 3 3
6 Gianina Ernst   Germany 2015 2018 2 2 4
7 Lidiia Iakovleva   Russia 2018 2019 2 2 4
8 Pauline Heßler   Germany 2013 2017 2 1 3
Yūki Itō   Japan 2011 2014 2 1 3
Yurina Yamada   Japan 2012 2015 2 1 3
Lisa Eder   Austria 2019 2020 2 1 3

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ The individual ski jumping event was cancelled due to weather conditions.
  2. ^ Women's cross-country 4×5 km relay, men's cross-country 4×10 km relay and the nordic combined team event were cancelled due to weather conditions.
  3. ^ Nordic combined team event cancelled.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Decisions of FIS Council in Costa Navarino (GRE) - FIS-SKI". FIS-SKI. Archived from the original on 2018-08-15. Retrieved 2018-08-15.

External linksEdit