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November 25 2016 - March 26

Ski Jumping World Championships and World Cup

Watch the best of the season LIVE

The 2016-2017 Ski Jumping season will take place from 25th November 2016 to 26th March 2017

Held every year since 1953, the Four Hills Tournament takes place between the end-of-year celebrations, with two German stages and two Austrian stages. The tour will begin in Oberstdorf from the 29th to 30th December 2016, continuing in Garmisch-Partenkirchen from 31st December to 1st January 2017. The Austrian stages in Innsbruck from 3rd to 4th January, and in Bischofshofen from 5th to 6th January, will bring the tour to a close.  

To make sure you don't miss a moment of the Championships or the World Cup, here is the provisional live schedule:


Ruka : 25/11 - 26/11


Klingenthal : 03/12 - 04/12

Engelberg : 17/12 - 18/12

Oberstdorf : 29/12 - 30/12

Garmisch-Partenkirchen : 31/12 - 01/01


Innsbruck : 03/01 - 04/01

Bischofshofen : 05/01 - 06/01

Wisla : 14/01 - 15/01

Zakopane : 21/01 - 22/01

Willingen : 28/01 - 29/01


Oberstrdorf : 04/02 – 05/02

Sapporo: 11/02 – 12/02

Pyeongchang : 15/02 – 16/02

MARCH 2017

Oslo : 11/03 - 12/03

Lillehammer : 14/03

Trondheim : 16/03

Vikersund : 18/03 – 19/03

Planica : 24/03 – 26/03

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