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Lahti Ski Games

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Lahti Ski Games was organized for the first time in 1923 – a year before the first official Winter Olympics. The competition is the longest continuously organized sports event in Finland.

100 years later Lahti Ski Games will be held at the end of March, March 24-26, which is also the closing weekend of the FIS Nordic World Cup Competitions. In addition to the traditional men’s Ski Jumping competition, the World Cup finals take place for Cross-Country, Nordic Combined and women’s Ski Jumping. A lot to be excited about!

100-year-old Lahti Ski Games deserves a special celebration. This year the weekend will offer even more entertainment in addition to the skiing competition itself. Stay tuned for more, reserve the days from your calendar and buy tickets in advance. Let’s make these games together the best ever!

Lahti Ski Games 2023.
Together for the next 100 years.

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A world-class sustainability conference

The 100-year-old Lahti Ski Games is much more than just races and fun. In order to guarantee the continuity of the Games for the next hundred years, the necessary actions must be taken now.

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Lahti Ski Games 100 years!

Lahti Ski Games were organized for the first time in 1923. Finland’s biggest winter sports event has also acted as the World Championship seven times over the years, in 1926, 1938, 1958, 1978, 1989, 2001 and 2017.

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