NC/J Rules and Resources for Officials

A Challenge to USSA Ski Jumping Clubs - Explore Nordic Combined

"The recent success in Vancouver drives and motivates our Nordic family to keep pushing forward as we prepare for Oslo 2011, Predazzo 2013 and ultimately, Sochi 2014. Though most of the athletes slated for these events are currently in the USSA pipeline, we, the keepers of Nordic skiing in the United States, must continue the quest to be 'Best in the World' in Nordic skiing by promoting new athlete development in our fantastic ski clubs across the country." ~ Greg Poirier, USSA Nordic Combined Development Coach

Check out this link for a diagram proposing how you can help venues incorporate a Nordic Combined experience for their athletes.

Nordic Combined Diagram





More information on FIS and USSA points for Jumping/Nordic Combined competitors is coming soon.

Resources for Race Officials / Race Organizers

USSA Pipeline for Ski Jumping & Nordic Combined Officials

Wind Control System

JNC Schedule Agreement Instructions - 2010-11 Season

Nordic Head Tax Form - 2010-11 Season


Resources for Judges


TD Forms


TD Resources



FIS Homologated Hills in the U.S. (see last page)

While we begin to list and document other hills in the U.S. that are actively being used for competitions, check out this website that lists hills new and old all over the world.  Special thanks to Oliver Weeger in Munich, GER for making this information accessible via the Internet.

Ski Jump Archive



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