Ski Flying World Championships 2026 in Oberstdorf
As expected, the German Ski Association (DSV) got the next event in Nordic skiing: The Ski Flying World Championships will take place in 2026 in Oberstdorf. Since there are only four suitable ski flying hills worldwide, the Heini-Klopfer ski flying hill in the Allgäu alternates with the facilities in Planica, Vikersund (Norway) and Bad Mitterndorf in Austria. There were no opposing candidates when it was awarded.
“After we were not allowed to welcome any spectators to the stadiums at the Nordic World Ski Championships last year due to the corona pandemic, we will now be celebrating a big ski festival with our fans in four years’ time developed into one of the most important Nordic ski centers in the world.” DSV President Dr. Franz Steinle
Nordic World Ski Championships 2027 in Falun
As expected, the Nordic World Ski Championships 2027 will take place in Falun, Sweden. After 1954, 1974, 1993 and 2015, the small town with a great winter sports tradition is hosting the major event for the fifth time, which is held every two years. Falun was the only applicant, so the award to the Swedes was only a formality.
The 16 Council members of the FIS were entitled to vote, including Franz Steinle, President of the German Ski Association (DSV).