Lake Placid in USA will host a men's FIS Ski Jumping World Cup weekend in February 2024. Take a look at Lake Placid ski jumping schedule and results.
Lake Placid in USA is not the most common venue in FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
. This is the first time in over 30 years that the World Cup circus lands on Lake Placid.
The 1980 Winter Olympic host Lake Placid was a frequent World Cup host back in the 1980's. After the Olympics Lake Placid hosted the FIS World Cup 8 years in a row in between 1983 and 1990.
The latest ski jumping World Cup host in the US has been Park City in Utah back in 2004. In North America Canada's Vancouver has been the latest World Cup host in 2009.
In 2024 Lake Placid hosts a men's World Cup event between 10th and 11th of February 2024. The HS134 large hill called MacKenzie Intervale Ski Jump HS134
is used in the World Cup events. The hill record of 135,5 meters is held by Finnish jumper Veli-Matti Lindström
Lake Placid Ski Jump World Cup 2024 - Schedule & timetables
The weekend in Lake Placid includes two men's qualifications, two individual competitions and a new Super Team competition.
The super team event includes teams of two jumpers and three competition rounds. After the first round 12 best teams qualify for the second round. After the second round 8 best eight continue to the final round. The winner is determined by the total points from three rounds.
NOTE! All the times in the calendar are Central European Time (CET), UTC +1.
Calendar Lake Placid 10.-11.2.2024 (M)
|10.2.2024 - 11.2.2024||World Cup Lake Placid (men) ||Lake Placid, USA|
|Sat 10.02.2024||HS128, qualification, men|
|Sat 10.02.2024||HS128 Super team competition, men|
|Sat 10.02.2024||HS128, men|
|Sun 11.02.2024||HS128, qualification, men|
|Sun 11.02.2024||HS128, men|
Lake Placid Ski Jump World Cup 2024 - Results
We will update the Lake Placid ski jumping world cup 2024 results / live result links.
Previous results from Lake Placid Ski Jump World Cup
Lake Placid Ski Jump World Cup 2023 - Results
Lake Placid World Cup 11.-12.2.2023
Men HS128 12.2.
|1.||Halvor Egner Granerud 🇳🇴||287,6|
|2.||Andreas Wellinger 🇩🇪||276,1|
|3.||Stefan Kraft 🇦🇹||275,3|
|4.||Karl Geiger 🇩🇪||271,9|
|5.||Ryoyu Kobayashi 🇯🇵||271,4|
|6.||Timi Zajc 🇸🇮||263,3|
|7.||Dawid Kubacki 🇵🇱||262,1|
|8.||Daniel Tschofenig 🇦🇹||258,3|
|9.||Ziga Jelar 🇸🇮||256,6|
|10.||Michael Hayböck 🇦🇹||254,5|
|16.||Niko Kytösaho 🇫🇮||231,7|
|23.||Antti Aalto 🇫🇮||220,8|
Men HS128 11.2.
|1.||Andreas Wellinger 🇩🇪||264,5|
|2.||Ryoyu Kobayashi 🇯🇵||256,0|
|3.||Daniel Tschofenig 🇦🇹||255,4|
|4.||Timi Zajc 🇸🇮||254,6|
|5.||Dawid Kubacki 🇵🇱||252,9|
|6.||Domen Prevc 🇸🇮||252,0|
|7.||Halvor Egner Granerud 🇳🇴||251,0|
|8.||Karl Geiger 🇩🇪||250,4|
|9.||Michael Hayböck 🇦🇹||248,9|
|10.||Markus Eisenbichler 🇩🇪||243,3|
|25.||Antti Aalto 🇫🇮||205,7|
|33.||Niko Kytösaho 🇫🇮||104,0|
Men HS128 pair team competition