FIS World Cup Nordic Holmenkollen Skiforeningen Kongeveien 5 NO-0787 Oslo


  • General Information

    Norway's capital Oslo is one of the most traditional places for winter sports you can find. With a population of about 600.000, Oslo and its winter sports arena in Holmenkollen have been the setting for a great number of ski events, the latest major one being the 2011 FIS Nordic World Championships. As the country's main biathlon and Nordic skiing venue, it also hosts annual World Cup tournaments of the ski jumpers, cross-country skiers and of course of the Nordic Combined athletes. The Holmenkollen Ski Festival is traditinonally held in March and has been taking place every year since 1892. Oslo has been the host city of the FIS Nordic World Championships in 1930, 1966, 1982 and 2011 and also been Olympic host city in 1952.

    The venue

    Oslo offers two main hills, the HS 134 large hill in Holmenkollen and the HS 106 Midstubakken. The Holmenkollbakken has been rebuilt 19 times, for example with a stone take-off in 1910, an in-run superstructure in 1914 and a new superstructure in 1928. Between 2008 and 2010 the old hill was completely demolished and rebuild with a construction by Julien de Smedt. This included the construction of a new ski stadium next to Holmenkollbakken and Midstubakken and upgrades to the Holmenkollen tram line. The cross-country races take place directly next to the Holmenkollbakken which offers a beautiful backdrop for the skiers and spectators.

    Past winners & podiums

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    Media & Communications


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Latest News

  • Akito Watabe defeats Eric Frenzel in Oslo

    Akito Watabe collects his third King’s Cup in Oslo

    Japan's Akito Watabe is the first athlete to beat the German top stars in an individual event this winter and with this victory, the Lahti2017 silver medallist claimed his ninth World Cup win and third triumph in Oslo. As at the past two times, he received the coveted King’s Cup out of King Harald of Norway’s hands.

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    The battle for the overall goes into final round

    With the FIS Nordic Ski World Championships in Lahti behind us, it is back to World Cup business and with only four Individual Gundersen events to go, things are heating up in the fight for the overall victory. 

  • Oslo Holmenkollen Impressions 2015/16

    Positive snow control for Oslo and Trondheim

    The snow control for the two last World Cups on Norwegian soil in the season of 2016/17 was positive. All hills are in good shape and also with extra snow storage in case of bad weather. The weather report for the next 10 days shows stable cold weather, snow controller Terje Lund reports.

  • One day with Team France - FIS Nordic Combined - BEHIND THE SCENES

    BEHIND THE SCENES - One day with Team France

    A competition day on the Nordic Combined World Cup is a long affair and there's always something to do. The French team takes us with them for one day behind the scenes of the Nordic Combined competition at Holmenkollen, Oslo.

  • Jarl Riiber working the camera in Oslo

    Après-Ski Monday: Riiber shines on home soil

    Re-live Jarl Riibers big moment of triumph at his home venue of Holmenkollen last Saturday in a brand-new edition of Après-Ski Monday.

  • Jarl Riiber receives the King's Cup from Harald V. of Norway

    Home victory in Oslo for youngster Jarl Riiber

    Norwegian youngster Jarl Riiber had a comeback with a vengeance at his home venue of Oslo today, taking his first-ever career win and ending Nordic Combined superstar Eric Frenzel’s winning spree from Seefeld. The 18-year-old managed to save 16.6 seconds of a one minute and 10 second-time advantage into the finish. Akito Watabe from Japan claimed the second position, the remaining podium position went to Germany’s Eric Frenzel, +28.2.  


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