The first event of the men's 2017/18 Ski Jumping World Cup season will be held in Ruka ©Getty Images

The International Ski Federation's (FIS) Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined Sub-Committees have unveiled their provisional competition schedules for the 2017 summer season and the next winter campaign.

All proposals will be submitted to the National Ski Associations for their review and feedback, before the Committees discuss them in detail during the FIS calendar conference in Portoroz in Slovenia between May 24 and 27.

The men's summer FIS Ski Jumping Grand Prix is due to start on July 14 and 15 with a team and an individual competition in Wisla in Poland, followed by events in Hinterzarten in Germany on July 29 and the French resort of Courchevel on August 12.

Following events in Hakuba in Japan on August 26 and 27, Chaikovsky in Russia on September 9 and 10 and Hinzenbach in Austria on September 30, the final of the series will take place in Klingenthal in Germany on October 3.

According to the preliminary calendar, the women's summer Grand Prix will be held at Courchevel on August 11, Frenstat in the Czech Republic on August 18 and 19 and Chaikovsky on September 9 and 10.

The opening event of the men's 2017=2018 Ski Jumping World Cup will be held in Ruka in Finland on November 25 and 26.

After stops in Nizhny Tagil in Russia on December 2 and 3, Titisee-Neustadt in Germany on December 9 and 10 and the Swiss town of Engelberg between December 16 and 17, the Four Hills Tournament will begin on December 30 in Oberstdorf in Germany.

Focus will then turn to the 2018 Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, with ski jumping competition due to take place between February 8 and 19.

The FIS Nordic Combined World Cup season is due to begin in Ruka in November ©Getty Images
The FIS Nordic Combined World Cup season is due to begin in Ruka in November ©Getty Images

The second edition of the RAW AIR Tournament will take place throughout the month of March, before the season finale in Planica in Slovenia is scheduled between March 23 and 25.

The women's World Cup season will begin in Lillehammer on December 1 and 2 before concluding on the Holmenkollen in Oslo on March 11.

The summer FIS Nordic Combined Grand Prix will see action take place at Oberwiesenthal in Germany, Tschaggus in Austria and Oberstdorf between August 19 and 26.

Planica will host the final stage between October 13 and 14.

Currently, the World Cup circuit will see athletes compete at 12 different venues in eight countries.

One venue in December is still to be announced, as well as the location of the second Finnish World Cup in March.

Competition will begin with three events in Ruka between November 24 and 26.

That will be followed by stops in Lillehammer on December 2 and 3 and Ramsau am Dachstein in Austria from December 16 to 17 with the first event of 2018 scheduled for January 6 and 7 in Otepää in Estonia.

Italian venue Val di Fiemme, Chaux-Neuve in France and Seefeld in Austria are the venues for competition in January.

February marks the return of Hakuba to the Nordic Combined calendar after a 15 year absence before competitors travel to Pyeongchang 2018 where competition is pencilled in between February 14 and 22.

The season will then take competitors to Finland, Oslo and Trondheim followed by the finals in Schonach in Germany’s Black Forest region in March.