Ski Jumping - See Competition Schedule & Latest Results

Ski jumping - schedule and results


Ski jumping is one of the most popular ski sports. On our ski jumping page you can find the latest ski jumping info and results.
Just like alpine skiing and biathlon, ski jumping is also very popular in Central Europe. This becomes obvious when you take a look at the amount of spectators and the prize money awarded in the competitions. Norway and Finland are also very traditional ski jumping countries.

Ski Jumping - Competition schedule 2020-2021


In addition to the World Championships (every two years) and the Olympics (every four years) the yearly organized World Cup and Four Hills Tournaments are the most followed ski jumping competitions.


Calendar Ski Jumping

  • DateEventLocation
  • 20.11.2020 - 22.11.2020World Cup Wisla (men)Wisla, Poland
  • 27.11.2020 - 29.11.2020World Cup Ruka (men)Kuusamo, Finland
  • 4.12.2020 - 6.12.2020World Cup Lillehammer (women)Lillehammer, Norway
  • 4.12.2020 - 6.12.2020World Cup Nizhny Tagil (men)Nizhny Tagil, Russia
  • 18.12.2020 - 20.12.2020World Cup Engelberg (men)Engelberg, Switzerland
  • 28.12.2020 - 29.12.2020Four Hills Tournament Oberstdorf (men) (World Cup)Oberstdorf, Germany
  • 28.12.2020 - 6.1.2021Four Hills Tournament (men)Germany, Austria
  • 31.12.2020 - 1.1.2021Four Hills Tournament Garmisch Partenkirchen (men) (World Cup)Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
  • 2.1.2021 - 3.1.2021Four Hills Tournament Innsbruck (men) (World Cup)Innsbruck, Austria
  • 5.1.2021 - 6.1.2021Four Hills Tournament Bischofshofen (men) (World Cup)Bischofshofen, Austria
  • 8.1.2021 - 10.1.2021World Cup Sapporo (women)Sapporo, Japan
  • 8.1.2021 - 10.1.2021World Cup Titisee-Neustadt (men)Titisee-Neustadt, Germany
  • 14.1.2021 - 17.1.2021World Cup Zao (women)Zao, Japan
  • 15.1.2021 - 17.1.2021World Cup Zakopane (men)Zakopane, Poland
  • 22.1.2021 - 24.1.2021World Cup Ljubno (women)Ljubno, Slovenia
  • 22.1.2021 - 24.1.2021World Cup Lahti (men)Lahti, Finland
  • 29.1.2021 - 31.1.2021World Cup Willingen (men)Willingen, Germany
  • 5.2.2021 - 7.2.2021World Cup Hinzenbach (women)Hinzenbach, Austria
  • 5.2.2021 - 7.2.2021World Cup Sapporo (men)Sapporo, Japan
  • 10.2.2021 - 14.2.2021World Cup Peking (men)Beijing, China
  • 19.2.2021 - 21.2.2021World Cup RasnovRasnov, Romania
  • 24.2.2021 - 6.3.2021World Championships OberstdorfOberstdorf, Germany
    +
    ke 24.02.2021HS106 qualifiers, women
    to 25.02.2021HS106, women
    pe 26.02.2021Team HS106, women
    pe 26.02.2021HS106 qualifiers, men
    la 27.02.2021HS106, men
    su 28.02.2021Mixed team HS106
    ti 02.03.2021HS137 qualifiers, women
    ke 03.03.2021HS137, women
    to 04.03.2021HS137 qualifiers, men
    pe 05.03.2021HS137, men
    la 06.03.2021Team HS137, men
  • 12.3.2021 - 14.3.2021World Cup Holmenkollen (Raw Air Tournament)Oslo, Norway
  • 15.3.2021 - 16.3.2021World Cup Lillehammer (Raw Air Tournament)Lillehammer, Norway
  • 19.3.2021 - 21.3.2021World Cup Vikersund (men) (Raw Air Tournament)Vikersund, Norway
  • 19.3.2021 - 21.3.2021World Cup Nizhny Tagil (women) (Russia Blue Bird Tournament)Nizhny Tagil, Russia
  • 25.3.2021 - 28.3.2021World Cup Planica (men)Planica, Slovenia
  • 26.3.2021 - 28.3.2021World Cup Chaikovsky (women) (Russia Blue Bird Tournament)Chaikovsky, Russia


Ski jumping - Results today


Wisla World Cup, Poland, 22.11.2020


HS142, men

#AthletePoints
1.Markus Eisenbichler (GER)267,6
2.Karl Geiger (GER)258,6
3.Daniel Huber (AUT)255,7
4.Halvor Egner Granerud (NOR)251,7
5.Piotr Zyla (POL)246,5
6.Anze Lanisek (SLO)246,3
7.Yukiya Sato (JPN)244,0
8.Philipp Aschenwald (AUT)242,4
9.Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes (CAN)240,7
10.Michael Hayböck (AUT)228,7


Wisla World Cup, Poland, 21.11.2020


Men´s Team HS134

#AthleteResult
1.Austria1078,0
2.Germany1069,3
3.Poland1061,5
4.Norway1024,2
5.Japan996,3
6.Slovenia968,4
7.Russia875,0
8.Switzerland863,0
9.Czech Republic368,0


Wisla world cup qualification 20.11.2020


HS 134

#AthletePoints
1.Kamil Stoch (POL)135,3
2.Yukiya Sato (JPN)128,6
3.Markus Eisenbichler (GER)128,4
4.Michael Hayböck (AUT)121,1
5.Karl Geiger (GER)120,8
5.Dawid Kubacki (POL)120,8
7.Halvor Egner Granerud (NOR)117,7
8.Evgeniy Klimov (RUS)117,5
9.Daniel Huber (AUT)117,1
10.Piotr Zyla (POL)115,9


Naisten maailmancup Lillehammer 9.-10.3.2020


HS140 10.3.2020

#UrheilijaTulos
1.Maren Lundby (NOR)262,3
2.Silje Opseth (NOR)261,6
3.Chiara Hölzl (AUT)255,1
4.Eva Pinkelnig (AUT)245,7
5.Ema Klinec (SLO)237,3
6.Katharina Althaus (GER)225,2
7.Yuki Ito (JPN)213,9
8.Sara Takahashi (JPN)205,7
9.Nika Kriznar (SLO)197,3
10.Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT)172,0

32. Julia Kykkänen (FIN) 5,2

HS140 9.3.2020

#UrheilijaTulos
1.Sara Takahashi (JPN)296,9
2.Maren Lundby (NOR)295,4
3.Silje Opseth (NOR)293,5
4.Katharina Althaus (GER)290,8
5.Nika Kriznar (SLO)290,4
6.Eva Pinkelnig (AUT)286,1
7.Ema Klinec (SLO)272,6
8.Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT)262,1
9.Chiara Hölzl (AUT)261,2
10.Lara Malsiner (ITA)248,8

27. Julia Kykkänen (FIN) 196,1

Lillehammer maailmancup 9.3.2020


Osakilpailu korvasti 8.3. olosuhteiden takia perutun Holmenkollenin osakilpailun.

Miehet HS140

#UrheilijaTulos
1.Peter Prevc (SLO)279,0
2.Markus Eisenbichler (GER)278,6
3.Stephan Leyhe (GER)277,5
4.Marius Lindvik (NOR)275,7
5.Robert Johansson (NOR)275,5
5.Robin Pedersen (NOR)275,5
7.Kamil Stoch (POL)272,7
8.Stefan Kraft (AUT)270,6
9.Ryoyu Kobayashi (JPN)270,4
10.Gregor Schlierenzauer (AUT)263,5

26. Antti Aalto (FIN) 247,6

Mäkihyppy maailmancup Holmenkollen 7.3.2020


Joukkuemäki HS134

#UrheilijaTulos
1.Norja997,4
2.Saksa960,9
3.Slovenia954,2
4.Puola950,0
5.Japani947,0
6.Itävalta916,1
7.Sveitsi789,6
8.Venäjä753,5
9.Tsekki333,8


Mäkihyppy Salpausselän kisat 1.3.2020


Miehet HS130

#UrheilijaTulos
1.Karl Geiger (GER)266,4
2.Stefan Kraft (AUT)260,5
3.Michael Hayböck (AUT)259,1
4.Constantin Schmid (GER)254,5
5.Stephan Leyhe (GER)254,3
6.Piotr Zyla (POL)251,6
7.Ryoyu Kobayashi (JPN)250,2
8.Robert Johansson (NOR)250,0
9.Daniel Andre Tande (NOR)248,9
10.Anze Lanisek (SLO)247,9

41. Jarkko Määttä (FIN) 92,8
51. Arttu Pohjola (FIN) 84,1
52. Antti Aalto (FIN) 83,5
57. Niko Kytösaho (FIN) 71,6



Mens' & womens' ski jumping


For a long time ski jumping competitions were held only for men but nowadays women have their own world cup tour and the sport is also included in the World Championships and the Olympics. In the olympic level womens' ski jumping was introduced in the 2014 Sochi games in Russia.

The first World Championships medals were awarded to women in 2009 in Liberec, Czech Republic.

Ski jumping records - the longest jumps


Austria's Stefan Kraft has the longest recorded ski jump. He jumped incredible 253,5 metres in March 2017 in Vikersund, Norway. The womens' longest jump record is held by Austria's Daniela Iraschko-Stolz. She has jumped exactly 200 metres.

Ski jumping world records

RecordLengthAthleteHill
WR, men253,5mStefan Kraft (AUT)Vikersund HS225
WR, women200mDaniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT)Kulm HS200
Summer WR, men147,5mDmitri Vasiljev (RUS)RusSki Gorki HS140
Summer WR, women141,0mSara Takanashi (JPN)Okurayama HS134