Winter Olympics

Ski Jumping

Norway was the birthplace of ski jumping, the Olympic sport that involves a ski-wearing athlete jumping forward off of a take-off ramp. At the Olympic games, scoring the athletes involved in ski jumping involves a relatively complex scoring distance which takes into consideration factors such as distance jumped, style of jump, length of the in-run, and consideration of wind conditions. Ski jumping has been an Olympic sport since the year 1924. In ski jumping, what defines a "normal hill" and a "large hill" is not always clearly defined. On average, normal hills usually reach around 90 m, while large hills reach around 120 m.

Men's Normal Hill Individual Final

Rank Country
1 Germany
2 Norway
3 Norway

Women's Normal Hill Individual Final

Rank Country
1 Norway
2 Germany
3 Japan

Men's Large Hill Individual Final

Rank Country
1 Poland
2 Germany
3 Norway

Men's Team

Rank Country
1 Norway
2 Germany
3 Poland

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