In the world of ski jumping the Vierschanzentournee or Four Hills Tournament during the days just before and just after New Year’s Eve is as traditional as eating turkey at Christmas. It has been done since 1952 and is held at 4 hills in Germany and Austria. The winner is the jumper who scores the most combined points in all four events and his name will go into legend. Austria's World Cup overall and tournament leader Thomas Morgenstern prepares to speed down the ski jump during the practice for the second event of the four-hills ski jumping tournament in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Ville Larinto of Finland receives help after he crashed during the second event of the four-hills ski jumping tournament in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Austria's tournament overall leader Thomas Morgenstern soars over the spectators to take 14th place during the second event of the four hills ski jumping tournament in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, January 1, 2011. Switzerland's Simon Ammann won the competition which was finished due to heavy wind after only one run ahead of Russia's Pavel Karelin and Poland's Adam Malysz.