Klingenthal Ski Jump World Cup 2021 | Schedule & Results

Klingenthal Ski Jump World Cup 2021

Klingenthal in Germany hosts a FIS Ski Jumping World Cup weekend in December 2021 for both men and women. Take a look at the Klingenthal ski jumping event schedule and results.
Klingenthal in Germany has hosted the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup multiple times in the past 10 years. Klingenthal premiered as a world cup host already in 1986 but returned to the World Cup schedule only in 2007. From then on Klingenthal has been a regular host in the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup.

The ski jumping venue in Klingenthal is called Vogtland Arena. The large hill in Klingenthal has a hill size is 140 metres. The summer hill record of 148 meters is held by Norway's Marius Lindvik and the winter hill record of 146,5 meters has been jumped by Michael Uhrmann of Germany.

Klingenthal Ski Jumping World Cup 2021 - Schedule & timetables

In the season 2021-2022 Klingenthal will host a combined World Cup weekend for men and women in December.

The weekend starts off with women's qualification on Thursday. Women have their individual large hill competition on Friday and Saturday.

Men qualify on Friday and the weekend continues for them with Saturday's and Sunday's individual large hill competitions.

NOTE: The times are in CEST (UTC+2).

Timetables for Klingenthal 2021

Date & timeEvent
Thu 9.12.2021 xx:xxQualification HS142, women
Fri 10.12.2021 15:00Individual competition HS142, women
Fri 10.12.2021 19:15Qualification HS142, men
Sat 11.12.2021 10:30Individual competition HS142, women
Sat 11.12.2021 16:00Individual competition HS142, men
Sun 12.12.2021 16:00Individual competition HS142, men

Klingenthal Ski Jumping World Cup 2021 - Results

We will update the Klingenthal ski jumping world cup 2021 results here. See also FIS live results.

FIS live results for Klingenthal