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Nordic Stories

Heia Norge!

What would the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships have been without the Norwegians? They did not only have the medals table firmly in their hands, but also the…

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TV-Studios, Nordic WSC, Region Seefeld, © Region Seefeld

In the TV Studios of the WSC

The pictures of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Seefeld go around the world: 900 hours are broadcast live worldwide. Many more hours are reported on…

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Interview with Anette Boe in Seefeld | Tirol, © Tirol Werbung, Erich Spiess

Interview with Anette Boe

Anette Bøe was the superstar of the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1985 in Seefeld and won two times gold, one time silver and one time bronze. She is one of the…

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platform, Seefeld2019, © Tirol Werbung, Erich Spiess

The Faces behind the WSC

“Hand in Hand” is the motto of Seefeld 2019 and this is lived. A big event like a Nordic World Ski Championships is only possible through the good cooperation of…

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Reinhard Kronbichler, © Region Seefeld

The King of Ski Waxing

It’s only a few milliseconds that decide over victory and defeat. Every detail has to be on point to stand on the podium as World Champion. An almost invisible, but still one of THE decisive factors: the ski…

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Police Office, © Region Seefeld

Behind the scenes of the Police

They are the men and women behind the scenes who ensure the safe and smooth running of the World Championships: up to 400 officials are on daily duty at Seefeld 2019. We were allowed to take an exclusive look into the “holy halls” of the operations centre and learn more about the work of the…

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Fact FIS Nordic WSC, © Region Seefeld, Stephan Elsler

Facts about the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships

You think you already know everything about the World Championships? Test your knowledge, because we have some facts that you certainly didn’t know yet!

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Josef Schandl and the cross-country tracks, © Fabrice Dall'Anese

Josef Schandl and the Cross-Country Ski Tracks

He has the most beautiful workplace in the world: Josef Schandl is a snow groomer in Leutasch. He and his team are the invisible heroes who provide the best trails…

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Fly, glide, fight!

It becomes obvious during a training day in Seefeld with the ÖSV Nordic Combined Team: not only are competitions tough in the combined discipline, training for a Nordic Combined World Cup packs quite a punch…

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Dorado of Cross-Country Ski Sport

Both professional and amateur athletes appreciate Seefeld as an excellent cross-country destination. But this reputation was preceded by a lengthy process that began with the 1964 Olympic Winter Games in…

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Flying or Lying?

Our author attempted to learn the Nordic Combined discipline without any previous experience in this type of sport. He travelled to Tirol for his premiere. He…

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Fir Branches, Bison and Brooms tagged along to get an impression of how to properly prepare the ski jump and cross-country ski trail and asked former Nordic Combined athlete, Mario…

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When skis learned how to walk

The first ski hikers traversing the Seefeld plateau were considered a curiosity, as well as a little crazy. Today, it’s almost impossible to think of Seefeld without cross-country skiers

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Perfecting the art of waxing!

Ski waxing is a science in itself. Mario Stecher, former Nordic combined skier and today’s ÖSV Sports Director for the Nordic Combined and Ski Jumping demonstrates…

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It's all in the diet

The right diet plays a pivotal role in the Nordic Combined. It is possible to prepare not only nutritious, but also tasty dishes with relatively little effort…

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Snow Shoveling Bergisel Innsbruck, © SC Bergisel

Getting ready for the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2019

In a few days from now, on February 19th, the annual FIS Nordic World Ski Championship takes off. Around 700 professional athletes from 65 different nations come to Seefeld and Innsbruck to compete against each other during this two week long highly anticipated World Cup.

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