Women's Ski Jumping USA

Women's Ski Jumping USA

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Sarah Defends her World Championship Title in Falun, Sweden

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Deedee Corradini, President of Women's Ski Jumping USA

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Nita Englund Takes Second Place at the World Cup in Raznov, ROM

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Women's Ski Jumping USA

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The U.S. Women's Ski Jumping Team at the Sochi 2014 Olympics

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Sochi 2014: Sarah Hendrickson is the First Woman to Ski Jump in the Olympics

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Sarah Hendrickson

Please support the U.S. Women's Ski Jumping Team and Fly Girls program! Watch us FLY at the World Cup as we Soar to Korea 2018!

Who We Are

Women’s Ski Jumping USA (WSJ-USA) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, based in Park City, that was created to support the increasing number of elite U.S. women ski jumpers who need financial support and strong leadership to get them into the international fold and on sport's biggest stage―the Olympic Games.

Our Mission

The mission of Women's Ski Jumping USA is to provide U.S. women ski jumpers with the organizational support to train and compete at all levels; to coordinate athletic funding; and to promote the growth of women’s ski jumping domestically and internationally,while furthering equality and competition for women throughout the world.

What You Are Funding

Women’s Ski Jumping USA runs the U.S. national team and helps to finance the team's coaching, travel, training, and equipment. In addition, the organization administers a junior development program, known as the Fly Girls program. Over the past decade, WSJ-USA has proudly supported the U.S. Women's Ski Jumping Team to back-to-back Nations Cup victories in 2012 and 2013, and has fostered the careers of World Champions Lindsey Van and Sarah Hendrickson, and up-and-comer, Nita Englund.

Honoring How Far We've Come

On April 6, 2011, after a lengthy fight and legal battle, the IOC finally announced that a women’s ski jumping event would be added to the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games. The women currently have one event—normal hill competition, while the men have three events (normal hill, large hill, and team competition). WSJ-USA leaders continue to lobby to reach parity in ski jumping in the Winter Games.

Jessica Jerome, Sarah Hendrickson, and Lindsey Van participated in the inaugural women’s ski jumping event in Sochi, Russia at the 2014 Olympics, placing 10th, 21st, and 15th respectively. These women, along with their team-mates, persevered to make history!

A New Beginning

2015 was a year of transition for Women's Ski Jumping USA. We lost our fearless leader, Deedee Corradini in March after her valiant battle with cancer.

In addition, WSJ-USA has reinforced our partnership with USSA, providing sponsorship funds from Visa, Nike, and USANA toward coaching services for the National Team. The WSJ-USA board is now focusing on fundraising for support of the National Team and the Fly Girls Development Program. Please support the athletes through this transition year!

Together with your support, these athletes will continue to FLY!

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Organization Information

Women's Ski Jumping USA
PO BOX 980218
c/o Peter Jerome PARK CITY, UT 84098




Please support the U.S. Women's Ski Jumping Team and Fly Girls program! Watch us FLY at the World Cup as we Soar to Korea 2018!

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