SKI JUMPING OLYMPIC RECORDS

Below we have the progression of the longest distance achieved in Olympic ski jumping. 

Sven Eriksson, nicknamed Selånger from town he was from, jumped 76m twice at the 1936 Olympics. (Source: st.nu).

Men Large Hill Progression of distance record

NAME NATION DISTANCE DATE NOTE
Anders Haugen USA 50 1924
Jacob Tullin Thams NOR 73 1928 Fall
Alf Andersen NOR 64 1928
Hans Beck NOR 71,5 1932
Shinji Tatsuta JPN 77 1936 Fall
Sven Eriksson SWE 76 1936 Twice
Antti Hyvärinen FIN 84 1956
Helmut Recknagel GER 93,5 1960
Veikko Kankkunen FIN 95,5 1964
Vladimir Belousov RUS 101,5 1968
Wojciech Fortuna POL 111 1972
Hans-Jörg Sumi SUI 117 1980
Matti Nykänen FIN 118,5 1988
Toni Nieminen FIN 123 1992
Espen Bredesen NOR 135,5 1994
Harada Maszahiko JPN 136 1998
Thomas Morgenstern AUT 140 2006
Simon Ammann SUI 144 2010

Vladimir Belousov. (Source: ferman1.narod.ru).

 

 

Men Normal Hill Progression of distance record

Simon Ammann. (Source: süddeutsche.de).

NAME NATION DISTANCE DATE NOTE
Josef Matous TCH 80,5 1964
Yukio Kasaya JPN 84 1972
Hans-Georg Aschenbach GDR 84,5 1976
Toni Innauer AUT 90 1980
Jari Puikkonen FIN 91,5 1984
Lasse Ottesen NOR 102,5 1994
Dieter Thoma GER 102,5 1994
Janne Ahonen FIN 104,5 2006 Fall
Dmitrij Vasiljev RUS 104,5 2006
Michael Uhrmann GER 104,5 2006
Simon Ammann SUI 108 2010
Robert Johansson NOR 113,5 2018
Andreas Wellinger GER 113,5 2018

Men Large Hill Team Progression of distance record

NAME NATION DISTANCE DATE
Matti Nykänen FIN 115,5 1988
Martin Höllwarth AUT 123,5 1992
Jens Weissflog GER 135,5 1994
Okabe Takanobu JPN 137 1998
Roar Ljøkelsøy FIN 141 2006
Gregor Schlierenzauer AUT 146,5 2010

Women Normal Hill Progression of distance record

Maren Lundby, gold in Pyeongchang with a record jump. (Source: alchetron.com)

NAME NATION DISTANCE DATE NOTE
Daniela Iraschko-Stolz AUT 104,5 2014 First time held
Maren Lundby NOR 110 2018

 

Gregor Schlierenzauer. (Source: sportowefakty.wp.pl)

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