The Ski Jumping fans can look forward to seeing Simon Ammann compete also next season. As the Swiss Ski Association announced, the veteran has decided to continue his career.
"I'm still very motived and I still enjoy working hard on the many details I have to deal with in Ski Jumping. The last year showed me, that it is still possible to compete on the highest level at age 36. It's still a very big wish of mine to find the perfect jump", said Simon Ammann, who achieved his first World Cup podium in almost three years last January in a Ski Flying event in Bad Mitterndorf.
In his 22nd World Cup season, the four-time Olympic champion will be coached by Roger Kamber, Ronny Hornschuh and his assistant Marvin Scherer will work with the rest of the World Cup team.