On September 20th 1992 Peter was born
the first of five kids in the Prevc family.
He spent most of his childhood playing outdoors.
The parachute was one of the
favourite toys of Prevc kids.
One of Peter's first medals is from
the school swimming competition.
In Spring 2000 Peter joined the
Ski Jumping Club Triglav Kranj.
When he was 13 years old,
his personal best was 113m.
In September 2006 Peter attended his first FIS
competition in Einsiedeln and took 36th place.
With 2nd place in Harrachov in January 2009
he achieved his first FIS podium.
In February 2009 Peter took a part in the Junior
WSC in Štrbske pleso for the 1st time (6th place)
and attended EYOF where he took 2 gold medals.
In Lillehammer, on December 5th
2009, he attended his first WC
competition and finished 22nd.
Attending his second Junior WSC in Hinterzarten
in January 2010, Peter won a silver medal.
In February 2010 in Vancouver Peter debuted at
the Winter Olympics. He achieved 7th (NH),
16th (LH) and 8th (team LH) place.
5th of March 2011 in Oslo was the day he stood on
he podium at the FIS Nordic WSC for the first
time in his career, winning a bronze medal
with Slovenian team (in the team event).
On March 19th 2011 in Planica Peter ended
the season 2008/09 with his first world cup
podium for him when he was 3rd in the
team competition with team Slovenia.
In February 2012 in Oberstdorf he landed at
the record mark of the flying hill (225,5m)
but fell and sustained a severe injury
which meant the end of the season for him.
On March 23th and 28th 2013 at FIS Nordic WSC in Predazzo Peter won silver and bronze medal.
On March 22nd 2013 in Planica he finished
second at the ski flying event, which was his
first individual podium in the World Cup.
In December 2013 Peter was named the Slovenian
Sportsman of the Year for the first time.
On January 12th in 2014 at Kulm
ski flying competition he achieved his
first individual World cup win.
At the Olympic games in Sochi 2014
Peter won silver and bronze
Olympic medal at individual events.
On March 14th 2014 he took bronze at
Ski Flying World Championship in Harrachov.
Peter finished season 2013/14 as 2nd in the World Cup overall and won the Ski flying overall title.
In January 2015 he was 3rd in the
overall of the Four Hills Tournament .
Flying 250m at the ski flying event in Vikersund on 14th January 2015 Peter set a new World record.
In front of the home crowd in Planica on March
22nd 2015 he did a “perfect jump” and all style
referees awarded him with maximum of 20 points.
Peter finished season 2014/15 in 1st place in the WC overall (with the same number of points as Severin Freund who also took Crystal globe) and defended Ski Flying overall title.
In December 2015 Peter was named Slovenian Sportsman of the Year for the third time in a row.
With one 3rd place and 3 wins, Peter won the prestigious Four Hills Tournament 2016
with all-time highest score of 1139,4.
At the flying hill in Kulm, on January 16th 2016,
he won a title of Ski Flying World Champion.
By winning the second event in Almaty,
Kazakhstan, on 28th of February 2016,
Peter secured his first Big Crystal Globe.
Wining the last event in Planica at
the end of March 2016 Peter finished
his most successful season to date.