Nordic World Ski Championships Odds
10 km women
15 km men
30 km women
50 km men
Ski jumping Men's HS106
Ski jumping Men's HS137
Ski jumping Men's team HS137
Ski jumping Women's HS106
Ski jumping Women's HS137
Ski jumping Women's team HS106
Ski jumping Team mixed HS106
Nordic Combined Men's HS106 / 10 km
Nordic Combined Men's team HS106 / 4 × 5 km
Nordic Combined Men's HS137 / 10 km
Nordic Combined Men's team sprint HS137 / 2 × 7.5 km
Nordic Combined Women's HS106 / 5 km
Country with most medals
Nordic World Ski Championships 2021
The schedule of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Oberstdorf features an important premiere for Ski Jumping. On Wednesday, 3rd of March 2021, the Ski Jumping women will crown their first-ever World Champion on the large hill.
The proposal for its inclusion submitted by the FIS Ski Jumping Committee on request of the Norwegian Ski Association was unanimously agreed by the FIS Council at its Gathering in February 2020. Confirmation by the FIS Congress in May 2020 in due time for the Oberstdorf 2021 final programme announcement wasn’t possible due to its postponement and consequently the Council decision stands.
FIS President Gian Franco Kasper said: “The Ski Jumping large hill event for the women has been part of the FIS World Cup series for several seasons and Oberstdorf itself was the first Organiser to do so and has now successfully carried out four large hill women’s World Cup events already. Confirmation of its inclusion by the FIS Congress in May 2020 would already have been a tight timeline for the Oberstdorf 2021 Organisers to implement the event in the programme, but the re-scheduled FIS Congress in October is far too late for them. Therefore the decision of the Council in February 2020 could be implemented.
Florian Stern, CEO of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Oberstdorf is pleased with the new addition. “The FIS Council’s decision to include the large hill into the women’s Ski Jumping programme makes us very happy. The women will crown a World Champion from the large hill for the first time… in Oberstdorf! For us as the Organisers, this is a great honour.”
Oberstdorf 2021 will also mark the first occasion when the female Ski Jumpers will be joined by their Nordic Combined counterparts, so that the number of women’s events in the Nordic disciplines will grow to 12 in total.
The Nordic Combined women will make their World Championship debut in their first-ever World Cup season and will have one individual event (normal hill) on the Oberstdorf 2021 programme. As the discipline evolves the roadmap is in place to develop the women’s programme also in Nordic Combined in the future with full gender parity as the end goal.
During the World Ski Championships, a variety of products based on renewable raw materials will be available at the event, such as wood for temporary buildings and carton board for packaging.
“We are very happy to be sponsoring the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships for the fourth time,” says Stora Enso’s CEO Karl-Henrik Sundström. “Sustainability is the core of our business while operating in the circular bioeconomy. Our products substitute fossil-based products, such as plastics, and we are proud to contribute to a sustainable event with our renewable wood-based materials. Sponsoring the games is very natural for us as forests where most of the events take place are the source and core of the bioeconomy and our value chain. We have very positive experiences from the previous Nordic World Ski Championships in Austria, Finland and Sweden.