2014 Triple Junior World Champion Philipp Orter started his career at the young age of nine when he made his first ski jump - a feeling that has kept him going until today. It was not until he was 13 that he discovered his passion for cross-country skiing as well, turning him into a Nordic Combined athlete.
Since winning big time at the Junior World Championships at Val di Fiemme in 2014 when Orter walked away with all possible gold medals, he has been a fixture in the World Cup, having debuted in Val di Fiemme in 2012. In the winter of 2014/15, Orter was able to achieve several Top 15 results and also got the chance to start at the World Championships in Falun. In 2015/16, he followed up with four Top Ten results on the World Cup tour, giving him a Top 20 finish in the overall standings for the first time.
|1718215.01.2017||Gundersen LH HS134/10.0 K||Val di Fiemme||ITA||World Cup||26|
|1718013.01.2017||Gundersen LH HS134/10.0 K||Val di Fiemme||ITA||World Cup||15|
|1717508.01.2017||Gundersen LH HS130/10.0 K||Lahti||FIN||World Cup||17|
|1717407.01.2017||Gundersen LH HS130/10.0 K||Lahti||FIN||World Cup||8|
|1715418.12.2016||Gundersen NH HS98/10.0 Km||Ramsau||AUT||World Cup||25|
|1715317.12.2016||Gundersen NH HS98/10.0 Km||Ramsau||AUT||World Cup||21|
|1714004.12.2016||Gundersen LH HS138/10.0 K||Lillehammer||NOR||World Cup||34|
|1713903.12.2016||Gundersen NH HS100/10.0 K||Lillehammer||NOR||World Cup||27|
|1713327.11.2016||Gundersen LH HS142/10.0 K||Ruka||FIN||World Cup||8|
|1713226.11.2016||Gundersen LH HS142/10.0 K||Ruka||FIN||World Cup||9|