The next stop of the 2022 FIS Nordic Combined Grand Prix will be in Oberstdorf, with a PCR on Tuesday, 30st August, and an Individual Gundersen competition each for women and men on Wednesday.
During the last Summer Grand Prix in Oberstdorf 2018, Vinzenz Geiger won the men’s first HS137 large hill and 10K event, while Akito Watabe from Japan took the victory on day two.
The scheduled event in 2020 had to be cancelled, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Grand Prix final will take place in Tschagguns/Austria, starting with a PCR on Friday, 2nd September.
Women and men will both be competing in two Individual events on the HS108 normal hill on Saturday and Sunday, crowning the overall winners after their 5K / 10K roller ski races.
In 2017, the last time Tschagguns hosted a Grand Prix event, Germany’s Fabian Riessle won the men’s competiton after a tight finish sprint against Mario Seidl from Austria and Finnish Ilkka Herola.
Tschagguns will also host a Youth Cup on the 2nd and 3rd September, with two competitions each for boys and girls in YC 1 and 2.
All information and schedules for the Grand Prix events in Oberwiesenthal, Oberstdorf and Tschagguns can be found here.