FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix

The FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix is a summer circuit yearly arranged by International Ski Federation. This competition for men was first arranged in 1994 and for the first time for ladies in 2012. The competition is held on ski jumps with artificial surfaces. There are about 10 competitions per season, held in the months between July and October. Regular venues for the competition are Courchevel, Hakuba, Einsiedeln, Wisla, Hinterzarten and Klingenthal. First official mixed team event with four jumpers (two men and two women) was organized in 2012. The most successful participants are Adam Małysz and Thomas Morgenstern, each having won the Grand Prix three times.

Ski Jumping Summer Grand Prix
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Genresummer ski jumping
Location(s)Europe, Japan, Russia,
Inaugurated28 August 1994 (28 August 1994) (men)
28 August 1994 (28 August 1994) (men's team)
14 August 2012 (14 August 2012) (mixed team)
15 August 2012 (15 August 2012) (ladies)
Organised byInternational Ski Federation
PeopleAustria Walter Hofer (men)
Japan Chika Yoshida (ladies)

A similar level of competition held in winter is the World Cup; the lower circuits include the Continental Cup, the FIS Cup, the FIS Race and the Alpen Cup.

Global map of all grand prix hostsEdit

All 25 locations around the globe which have been hosting grand prix events for men (25) and ladies (5) at least one time in the history of this competition. Râșnov is the next new upcoming host in 2018.

FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix (Asia)
Ironwood (2019, planned)
FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix (North America)

Men's standingsEdit

Ladies' standingsEdit

Men's statsEdit

Ladies' statsEdit