Sunday At Lillehammer, Norway Large Hill 1. Simon Ammann , Switzerland, 277.1 points (146-129.5 meters ..... Gregor Schlierenzauer, Austria, 162 points. 2. Simon Ammann , Switzerland, 144. 3. Pascal Bodmer, Germany
World cup leader Simon Ammann of Switzerland falls to second place at the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Garmish, Germany.
World Cup leader Simon Ammann of Switzerland pulls off a good jump in terrible conditions at the FIS World Cup Ski Jumping in Pragelato, Italy.
Simon Ammann of Switzerland took third in the season finale FIS World Cup Ski Flying event. Watch highlights of Ammann's bronze run from Planica, Slovenia.
Four-time Olympic ski jumping champion Simon Ammann is targeting the 2014 Sochi Games, ending speculation he would retire this year. The 30-year-old Swiss was thought to be
scheduled for Dec. 13. Organizers there said warm weather made it impossible the prepare the hill for competition. Defending World Cup champion Gregor Schlierenzauer of Austria leads the overall standings from Switzerland's Simon Ammann .
Germany and Japan mastered the conditions best, leaving traditionally strong countries like Austria and Finland behind. Simon Ammann , Switzerland's best jumper for years, was 12th and current World Cup champion Gregor Schlierenzauer of Austria was
scheduled for Dec. 13. Organizers there said warm weather made it impossible to prepare the hill for competition. Defending World Cup champion Gregor Schlierenzauer of Austria leads the overall standings ahead of Switzerland's Simon Ammann .
SPORTS: Takanobu Okabe of Japan won his first World Cup ski jump event in 11 years. The 38-year-old Okabe beat Simon Ammann of Switzerland at Kuopio, Finland. - TRACK AND FIELD: Distance runner Roberto Barbi received a life ban from the
Germany. If you made book on the event, Malyze was about 2-1 and Hannawald was 5-2. A kid from Switzerland named Simon Ammann was the 9th ranked jumper in the world entering competition and about a 20-1 pick to win the gold medal. Amman had