WESTBY, Wis. -- Even some warm weather couldn't keep ski jumpers grounded on Saturday.

The Snowflake Ski Competion in Westby had to cancel the first two days of competition because the snow wasn't hard enough.

But on Saturday the course was ready to go and people from all over the world were able to compete.

That includes skiers from Norway, Finland, Canada and Sweden.

Snowflake Ski Club member John Ellis said this might not be the only time we see some of these skiers.

"We had a great set of athletes from those four different countries. They're really jumping very strong, so hopefully we'll see them in a few years in the Olympics," he said.

Spectators were also excited to see athletes from around the world competing.

Spectator John Ellis said, "The Snowflake tournament is a great thing for everybody to get out in the middle of February and have a lot of fun and watch world class athletes jump off that hill.

We're told the event drew in more spectators this year with gate sales up by about 20 percent.