Precision Ski Jumping 2019-2020 World Cup season


In a season curtailed early by the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Austrian Stefan Kraft won his second overall World Cup title as he won a leading five times on the men’s tour. Poland won both tournaments, with Dawid Kubacki winning the Four Hills for his first time, and Kamil Stoch winning a second, truncated, Raw Air title.
On the women’s tour, Norwegian Maren Lundby retained her overall World Cup title for the third time in a row, despite being shaded for wins by Austrian Chiara Hoelzl by six wins to five. Hoelzl finished second overall, 65 points behind. Lundby also claimed a repeat win in the similarly shortened Raw Air for the women.

Precision Ski Jumping is a dice game that allows the Ski Jumping World Cup to be replayed on the tabletop.  The game accurately rates both Men and Women based on their performance in a particular World Cup Season.

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This set contains 54 women’s and 90 men’s jumpers along with the season-specific charts for both tours and round-by-round modifiers for each competition.

This download provides the game instructions and parts with individual jumper cards rated on Jump distance and Style.  Three different hill size charts (Normal, Large and Flying) are included.  The following dice are required to play the game: 2d6, 2d10 and 1d20.


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