Raw Air opener: Geiger on the podium!
The Raw Air Tour has started and at the first stop in Oslo there was already reason to celebrate for German ski jumper Karl Geiger who started the tour with a strong third place. The victory went to the Slovenian ski jumper Anze Lanisek, who was able to win narrowly against Stefan Kraft and Karl Geiger.Read more
Zajc jumps to gold on the large hill!
This weekend the men's individual jumping from the large hill took place and the eyes of the fans were focused on the local favorite Timi Zajc. The expectations were high and Zajc lived up to them by leaving the competition behind and winning the gold medal. However, the competition was fiercely contested and there were many strong competitors, including Markus Eisenbichler, who finished best German in fifth place.Read more
Successful first World Championship weekend
The Nordic World Ski Championships in Planica opened very successfully for the DSV this weekend. 2nd and 3rd place in men's single and GOLD in mixed team competition for Germany.Read more
Final rehearsal before Nordic World Ski Championships
Andreas Wellinger shows himself in excellent performance at the World Cup dress rehearsal in Rasnov, Romania. While many competitors skipped this station, the DSV athletes gained self-confidence and safety.Read more
Wellinger back at the top!
After such a long time, the Ski Jumping World Cup once again made a stop in America, Lake Placid. In the state of New York Andreas Wellinger showed himself confident and strong back at the top of the world with a victory and a second place.Read more
Granerud continues his winning streak!
Continuous rain, test of patience and the all-important Halvor Egner Granerud with his next victory. DSV eagles without a big chance in the individual.Read more
Wellinger misses podium in ski flying
The first Ski Flying World Cup was on the program - on the impressive hill at Kulm. Halvor Egner Granerud won both competitions. Best German was Andreas Wellinger on Sunday on rank 4.Read more
Podium place for DSV at Triple World Cup in Sapporo
Three competitions in three days took place last weekend in Sapporo, Japan. The DSV was finally able to celebrate an individual podium again.Read more
DSV eagles take third in the team competition in Zakopane
The first World Cup weekend after the Four Hills Tournament took place in Zakopane, Poland. In the individual competition Halvor Egner Granerud won, in the team competition there was a long-awaited podium for the German team.Read more
Granerud confidently wins 71st Four Hills Tournament
With a lead of 33 points Halvor Egner Granerud won the 71st edition of the Four Hills Tournament. The Norwegian also dominated the final competition in Bischofshofen.Read more