Ski Jumping

(Last updated: 16.01.2017)

Aside from the following special betting rules, the common betting rules apply. The special rules will take precedence over the common rules nevertheless.

1.) Competition Rules: This rule applies to World Cup competitions. For Tournaments (e.g. World, European or National Championships, Olympics etc.) rule 2.) applies. All bets are settled on the official classification at the time of the podium presentation. If a competition is interrupted or postponed but is held within 80 hours after the original start date then all bets on the event are valid. If the event does not take place within 80 hours after the original start date then all bets will be void.

2.) Major Tournament Rules: All bets are settled on the official classification at the time of the podium presentation (flower ceremony). When a betting event within a sporting tournament (e.g. World, European or National Championships, Olympics etc.) is postponed within the official time allocated for the event, all transacted bets remain valid. If the betting event is unable to commence within the official time allocated for the major sporting tournament, all bets are void.

3.) Antepost/Outright winner (others on request): If a selection is disqualified for whatever reasons then all bets on this selection will be settled as “lost”. Should the race be won by an athlete/nation on which no odds had been offered then the betting option “Any other not listed” will be the winner, except if this option is not offered - then all bets will be settled as “lost”.

In case there is an option for “Others on Request”, odds can be offered on athletes that do not appear in the original list of participants on customers´ request.

4.) Finish in Top 3 (others on request): This rule applies to various numbers of “Top”-rankings (e.g. Top 5, Top 10). If a selection is disqualified for whatever reasons then all bets on this selection will be settled as “lost”. Should one or more of the respective “Top”-rankings be occupied by an athlete/nation on which no odds had been offered then only bets on athletes/nations that finish in the “Top”-rankings and that odds had been offered on will be settled as “won”.

In case there is an option for “Others on Request”, odds can be offered on athletes that do not appear in the original list of participants on customers´ request

5.) Head-to-Head (H2H): The winner will be the athlete/nation who is placed higher in the event. Once both athletes/nations have started the qualifying, the H2H is valid. 

If an athlete/nation is disqualified or does not finish the event for any reason, then the other athlete/nation is deemed the winner. If both athletes/nations are disqualified or do not finish the event for any other reason then all bets will be void. If one of the two athletes/nations fails to qualify for the main event then the other athlete/nation is deemed the winner. If both athletes/nations fail to qualify for the main event then bets will be settled on the result from the qualifying. 


If both athletes/nations are qualified for the competition, but at least one of them do not start 1st round, then bets placed after the qualification will be void.

5.a) Live Head-to-heads: If head-to-head bets are concluded after one of the two athletes made his jump, and the event is restarted then, the respective bets are void.

5.b) Longest jump: Bets about the longest jump in a certain round are settled according to the head-to-head rules.

5.c) If the competition takes place under the new rules (the length of the inrun can be changed during a round of the competition without a restart being necessary), the general H2H bets (including 'Who will score more points?' and similar bets) will be regarded as valid regardless of the length of the inrun. Longest Jump H2Hs are void.

6.) Triple Head-to-Head: The winner will be the athlete/nation who is placed highest in the race. If an athlete/nation is disqualified or does not finish the race for any reason, then this selection is deemed a loser and the bet is decided between the remaining 2 athletes/nations. If 2 athletes/nations are disqualified or do not finish the race for any reason, then the remaining athlete/nation is deemed the winner. If all 3 athletes/nations are disqualified or do not finish the event for any other reason then all bets will be void.

7.) Nationality of Winner: This bet refers to the nationality the athlete is competing for regardless of the country he/she is born in.

8.) Best athlete from “each nation”: Bets will be settled on the highest ranked athlete of a certain nation. This bet refers to the nationality the athlete is competing for regardless of the country he/she is born in.

9.) Ski Jumping: If the event is shortened, e.g. due to bad weather, then all bets are valid and will be settled on the official result. Exception: bets placed after the finish time from the FIS official result list will be void.