Lillehammer in Norway hosts a FIS Ski Jumping World Cup weekend for women in early December 2021 and another weekend in early March for both men and women. See Lillehammer ski jumping event schedule and results.
Lillehammer in Norway is a traditional ski jumping
venue and an experienced host in the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
. Lillehammer premiered as a world cup host already back in 1984 and has later established it's position as a regular host in the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup. Lillehammer is also famous for hosting the Winter Olympic Games in 1994.
In the season 2021/2022 hosts two separate ski jumping World Cup weekends. This first weekend on the 3rd-5th of December 2021 includes two women's individual events. The second weekend on the 2nd-3rd of March includes both men's and women's large hill competition. The March event is a part of the Norwegian Raw Air tour that continues a couple of days later in Holmenkollen
The Lillehammer World Cup weekend traditionally combines ski jumping, cross country skiing
and nordic combined World Cup events and this is the case also in the season 2021/2022 first competition weekend in December.
The ski jumping venue in Lillehammer is called Lysgårdsbakken
. The large hill in Lillehammer has a hill size is 138 metres and the normal hill's size is 100 metres.
The hill record of 146 meters in the large hill is held by the four-time olympic champion Swiss Simon Ammann
. Germany's Karl Geiger
holds the record for the Lillehammer normal hill with 107,5 meters.
Lillehammer Ski Jumping World Cup 2021-2022 - Schedule & timetables
In the season 2021-2022 Lillehammer will host a women's World Cup weekend in early December. It's the second competition weekend of the women's world cup season. As women are competing in Lillehammer, men are battling for World Cup points at the same time in Wisla, Poland
The weekend starts off with qualification on Friday on the normal hill, continues on Saturday with a normal hill competition and ends on Sunday with the large hill competition.
In March Lillehammer hosts another ski jumping world cup weekend as a part of the Raw Air tour. In the March event both men and women will compete in a single large hill competition.
NOTE: The times are in CEST (UTC+2).
Lillehammer weekend 1
|Date & time||Event|
|Fri 3.12.2021 xx:xx||Qualification HS98, women|
|Sat 4.12.2021 18:15||Normal hill competition HS98, women|
|Sun 5.12.2021 17:30||Large hill competition HS140, women|
Lillehammer weekend 2
|Date & time||Event|
|Wed 2.3.2022 16:45||Qualification HS140, men|
|Wed 2.3.2022 19:45||Qualification HS140, women|
|Thu 3.3.2022 16:00||Large hill competition HS140, men|
|Thu 3.3.2022 19:30||Large hill competition HS140, women|
Lillehammer Ski Jumping World Cup 2021-2022 - Results
We will update the Lillehammer ski jumping world cup 2021-2022 results here.
Lillehammer World Cup 5.12.2021, Ski jumping
|1.||Marita Kramer (AUT)||268,9|
|2.||Katharina Althaus (GER)||259,8|
|3.||Silje Opseth (NOR)||253,2|
|4.||Ema Klinec (SLO)||252,7|
|5.||Eva Pinkelnig (AUT)||246,5|
|6.||Ursa Bogataj (SLO)||244,8|
|7.||Nika Kriznar (SLO)||243,4|
|8.||Sara Takanashi (JPN)||242,4|
|9.||Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT)||239,5|
|10.||Anna Odine Ström (NOR)||220,7|
Lillehammer World Cup 4.12.2021, ski jumping
|1.||Katharina Althaus (GER)||278,1|
|2.||Marita Kramer (AUT)||273,2|
|3.||Ursa Bogataj (SLO)||272,3|
|4.||Silje Opseth (NOR)||268,7|
|5.||Nika Kriznar (SLO)||252,6|
|6.||Sara Takanashi (JPN)||250,3|
|7.||Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (AUT)||249,8|
|8.||Eva Pinkelnig (AUT)||243,8|
|9.||Ema Klinec (SLO)||243,1|
|10.||Lisa Eder (AUT)||231,6|