Other NewsWhistler Olympic Park to Host International Ski Jumping Event from Dec. 7-10

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Over 100 athletes from more than 20 countries compete in biggest event since the Olympics

WHISTLER, BC — Whistler Olympic Park is getting ready to host the biggest ski jumping event since the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, with a FIS Cup Ski Jumping on December 7 & 8 and a FIS Continental Cup Ski Jumping on December 9 & 10.

Over 100 ski jumpers from over 20 nations will compete on the park’s normal hill. There will for example be athletes from Canada, Japan, Germany, Poland, Norway, USA, Korea, Italy and many more countries. The FIS Cup category will see both women’s and men’s competitions, while the FIS Continental Cup will have a men’s event.

 

Training Schedule (subject to change):

Monday, Dec 4                 10:30-12:00am                   Training (women/men)

1:00-2:30pm                       Training (women/men)

Tuesday, Dec 5:                10:30-12:00am                   Training (women/men)

1:00-2:30pm                       Training (women/men)

 

Competition Schedule FIS CUP SKI JUMPING
(subject to change, check www.whistlersportlegacies.com/fiscup2017 for latest schedule):

Thursday, Dec 7               

9:30am               Official Training, Ladies HS104 FIS Cup

9:45am                 Trial round, Ind. Ladies HS104

10:00am               1st competition round & final round, Ind. Ladies HS104

11:15am               Official Training, Men HS104 FIS Cup

12:20pm               Trial round, Ind. Men HS104

1:45pm                 1st competition round & final round, Ind. Men HS104

Following             Prize giving ceremonies

 

Friday, Dec 8                     

9:30am                 Trial round, Ind. Ladies HS104 FIS Cup

9:45am                 1st competition round & final round, Ind. Ladies HS104

11:00am               Trial round, Ind. Men HS104 FIS Cup

12:30pm               1st competition round & final round, Ind. Men HS104

Following             Prize giving ceremonies

 

Competition Schedule FIS CONTINENTAL CUP SKI JUMPING
(subject to change, check http://www.whistlersportlegacies.com/fiscontinentalcup2017 for latest schedule):

Saturday, Dec 9                

9:30am               Official Training, 2 rounds FIS COC

11:00am               Trial round, Ind. Men HS104 FIS COC

12:00pm               1st competition round & final round, Ind. Men HS104

Following             Prize giving ceremony

 

Sunday, Dec 10                

10:00am               Trial round, Ind. Men HS104 FIS COC

11:00am               1st competition round & final round, Ind. Men HS104

Following             Prize giving ceremony

 

Spectator Access:

Spectator access to the jumps is free with a valid:

  • Park pass for spectating only – (no trail access) $15 per vehicle
  • Ski or snowshoe day ticket – access to park’s ski/snowshoe trails + spectating
  • Season Pass – Ski Callaghan/Winter Olympic Park winter season’s pass

 

On-Site Services:

  • Whistler Olympic Park’s full-service Day Lodge will open on all training and event days.
  • Food & drinks available at the Day Lodge’s licensed restaurant

 

Results will be available on the FIS website: https://data.fis-ski.com/ski-jumping/calendar.html

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About Whistler Olympic Park

Whistler Olympic Park (WOP) is operated by Whistler Sport Legacies, a non-profit organization dedicated to grow sport at three venues: Whistler Olympic Park, the Whistler Sliding Centre, and the Whistler Athletes’ Centre. Each facility plays a unique role in inspiring sport excellence for the benefit of athletes, residents, and visitors. WOP was the 2010 Olympic Winter Games venue for competitions in ski jumping, Nordic combined, cross-country skiing and biathlon; and the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games cross-country skiing and biathlon competitions. Today, participation in WOP’s recreational activities helps support the growth of Nordic sport in the Sea to Sky corridor. For more information, visit whistlerolympicpark.com

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