•Pine Mountain has been presenting world class ski jumping tournaments at Pine Mountain since 1939.
•The International Ski Federation (FIS) sanctions the international Continental Cup Series, and determines the schedule and venues. The Continental Cup (COC) is second only to the World Cup series in prestige, visibility, and prize money. FIS Cup is the third tier of FIS international ski jumping competition.
•Pine Mountain has been awarded dates in the Continental Cup series for many years, and was awarded World Cup dates in both 1996 and 2000. Continental Cups have been held since 1990.
•Pine Mountain is one of the premier “large hill” ski jumping venues in North America, along with the two US Olympic facilities in Lake Placid and Park City, and Canada’s two Olympic jumping venues in Calgary and Vancouver.
•Ironwood Michigan-Copper Peak and Red Wing Minnesota are currently developing an existing facility and new facility respectively.