Jumping in Holmenkollen

RAW AIR 2023

Welcome to the top of Oslo and to an exciting jumping tournament!

Raw Airor "Norwegian Ski Jumping Week", consists of 16 ski jumps in ten days and is part of the World Cup in ski jumping for women and men.

The tournament starts in Holmenkollen on 10 March with an exciting qualification race. The athletes will then compete in a tough individual competition on Saturday 11 March. The eventful weekend ends on Sunday 12 March with another individual race for both genders.

The tournament RAW AIR then goes on to Lillehammer and ends in Vikersund with a final in ski flying.

With Raw Air in Holmenkollen, there will be a good atmosphere and lots of action.

Join the party!

In the arena

World Cup Nordic is more than just sport and have something for everyone. We have a variety of foods and drinks on offer in the festival streets and in the spectator tent. After the competitions on Saturday there will be an afterski event in the spectator tent.

For the children, we can offer various activities in Kapellskogen, where we have a dedicated family area, while at VM-Haugen we have a DJ zone for the festival lovers. In addition, there will be other entertainment around the arena during the skifestival.

Read more about our spectator areas here.

Watching in the woods

Ski enthusiasts in the woods are an important part of our proud tradition. Although it is outside the ticketed zone, we facilitate for the spectators along the tracks. 

It is important for us that everyone in the woods are having a good time and are feeling safe, and that we manage to take care of our beautiful nature at the same time. Therefore, we have created a simple set of rules that everyone should follow.

Read the rules here.

Cheerleading team in March 2018

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Our volunteers are the backbone of our events, and a total of 2,000 volunteers contribute to making the World Cup in Holmenkollen unique. Join the team!

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What do you know about Holmenkollen?

World Cup Nordic offers World Cup races in cross-country skiing, ski jumping and nordic combined. Norway's winter sports traditions go back a long way, and there is a lot of history in this arena.

See how Therese Johaug, Bjørn Einar Romøren, Odd-Bjørn Hjelmeset and others do it in our Skiquiz, and test your own knowledge (and Norwegian skills):

International Sponsors

FIS International Sponsor WC Cross-countryFIS International Sponsor WC Ski JumpingFIS International Sponsor WC Nordic Combined

Certina is FIS' official timekeeperLe Gruyere is the presenting sponsor of FIS World Cup Cross-countryViessmann is the title sponsor of FIS World Cups in Nordic Combined and Ski JumpingCoop is the title sponsor of FIS World Cup Cross-Country

Event sponsors

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