FIS Continental Cup Winners in Northern Hemisphere

The FIS Continental Cup series 2016/17 in the respective FIS disciplines which serve as qualification for the FIS World Cup, have almost concluded in the Northern Hemisphere.

The series provides excellent opportunities for up-and-coming young athletes to gain experience and for those returning from injury to make their comeback.

In Cross-Country Skiing, it was a busy FIS Continental Cup season 2016/17 with many active regions. An overview of the winners of the U.S. Super Tour, the Eastern, Far East, OPA, Scandinavian, Slavic, Nor-Am and Balkan Cups can be found here.

In Ski Jumping, the men's Continental Cup 2016/17 went to Clemens Aigner (AUT) who took seven victories this season. On the ladies’ side, Josephine Pagnier (FRA) claimed the title thanks to two victories.

In Nordic Combined, Martin Fritz (AUT) repeated his strong performance from the previous season to win the title for the second time in a row. Read a recap here.

In Alpine Skiing, Kristina Riis-Johannessen (NOR) and Gilles Roulin (SUI) clinched the overall European Cup titles. To read full recaps including the winners of the various events, click here for ladies and here for men.

Stay tuned to the Alpine section of the FIS website for full recaps of the Nor-Am and Far East Cups.

In Freestyle Skiing, a complete overview of the FIS Europa Cup season in ski cross, moguls, aerials and slopestyle can be viewed here. Updates on the Nor-Am Cup will follow in the coming week.

In Snowboard, the Europa Cup snowboard season titles went to Julia Pereira (FRA) and Adam Lambert (AUS) as best ranked riders. Read a recap here and check out the Snowboard section of the FIS website for updates on the remaining events.