Precision Ski Jumping 2020-2021 World Cup season
This set contains 55 women’s and 95 men’s jumpers along with the season-specific charts for both tours and round-by-round modifiers for each competition.
In the men’s tour, Norway’s Halvor Egner Granerud won for the first time in his career and kept on winning, with 11 competitions by the end of the season as he claimed the World Cup title for the first time. Kamil Stoch of Poland won the Four Hills Tournament for the third time as he won the final two stops in Innsbruck and Bischofshofen, finishing ahead of Karl Geiger, but the German would win the delayed Ski Flying World Championship for the first time.
In the women’s tour, the World Cup would be decided in the final round with Nika Kriznar becoming champion for the first time as the Slovenian finished only 9 points ahead of Japan’s Sara Takanashi and 11 ahead of Austrian Marita Kramer. The Russia Tour Blue Bird would go to Kramer though as she won all four stops.
The World Championship was held in Oberstdorf, Germany, with for the men, Poland’s Piotr Zyla gaining his first individual World gold on the normal hill, whilst Austria’s Stefan Kraft won his third individual gold, with victory on the large hill. For the women, Slovenia’s Ema Klinec became a first-time World champion with normal hill gold, whilst in the first-ever large hill World Championship, Norway’s Maren Lundby took her second World gold.
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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