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Nordic World Ski Championships 2019
Dates: 19-Feb-19 to 3-Mar-19
Location: SEEFELD | AUSTRIA
The 52nd FIS Nordic World Ski Championships will be held in February 20-March 3 2019 in Seefeld in Tirol, Tyrol, Austria. It is the second time Seefeld in Tirol hosts the world championships, the event having been hosted there previously in 1985.
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About the Nordic World Ski Championships
The 52nd Nordic World Ski Championships took place from 20 February 2019 to 3 March 2019 in Seefeld in Tyrol (Austria).
Seefeld hosted the World Championships for the second time after 1985. The jumping competitions from the normal hill were held on the Toni-Seelos Olympic hill, the start and finish area of the running competitions was directly next to the hill in the cross-country skiing arena Seefeld. The jumping competitions from the Großschanze took place on the Bergiselschanze in Innsbruck.
In the three Nordic sports, medals were awarded in 22 competitions. In cross-country skiing there were twelve, in ski jumping six and in Nordic combined four decisions. There were 13 competitions for men, eight for women and one as a mixed competition. For the first time in the history of the Nordic World Ski Championships there was a team competition of women ski jumpers from the Normal Hill. The rest of the competition programme remained unchanged from the last World Championships.
Location of the venue
The choice of venue was made by the Fédération Internationale de Ski on 5 June 2014 in Barcelona (Spain). The competitors were Almaty (Kazakhstan), Oberstdorf (Germany), Planica (Slovenia) and Seefeld in Tirol (Austria). Oberstdorf had already organised the Nordic World Ski Championships in 1987 and 2005 and had previously been a candidate for the Nordic World Ski Championships in 2013, 2015 and 2017, Planica had previously been a candidate for the Nordic World Ski Championships in 2017 and Seefeld in Tyrol had already organised the Nordic World Ski Championships in 1985. The result of the vote of the FIS Council was finally announced by the FIS President at the FIS Congress.