Vikersund in Norway hosts a ski flying competition weekend of the men's FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in mid March 2023. See Vikersund ski jumping schedule and results.
Vikersund in Norway is a traditional host of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
. The events in Vikersund are competed in the HS240 ski flying hill. Vikersund premiered in the World Cup circuit already in the opening season in 1980.
In the season 2022-2023 the World Cup weekend in Vikersund takes place between 17th and 19th of March 2023. The events complete the Raw Air Tournament that includes also the competitions in Oslo and Lillehammer during the previous week.
Vikersund has been a host for the FIS Ski Flying World Championships
five times in 1977, 1990, 2000, 2012 and 2022.
The ski jumping or flying hill in Vikersund has a hill size of the 240 meters. The Austrian jumper Stefan Kraft
holds the hill record with 253,5 metres which he jumped in 2017. Kraft's 253,5 meter jump is also the ski jumping world record.
Vikersund ski jumping world cup 2023 - Schedule & timetables
The weekend in Vikersund consists of two qualification events and two individual competitions. The weekend kicks off with the qualification competition on Friday. The individual competitions are competed on Saturday and Sunday. Before the Sunday's competition another qualification is in schedule
NOTE! All the times in the calendar are Central European Time (CET), UTC +1.
Calendar Vikersund Ski Flying 17.-19.3.2023 (M)
|17.3.2023 - 19.3.2023||World Cup Vikersund (men) ||Vikersund, Norway|
|Fri 17.03.2023 17:00||HS240, qualification, men|
|Sat 18.03.2023 16:30||HS240, men|
|Sun 19.03.2023 14:30||HS240, qualification, men|
|Sun 19.03.2023 16:00||HS240, men|
Vikersund Ski Jumping World Cup 2023 - Results
We will update the Vikersund ski flying world cup results here. See also FIS live results
Vikersund World Cup 18.-19.2.2023
Men's HS240 19.3.
|1.||Stefan Kraft 🇦🇹||497,4|
|2.||Halvor Egner Granerud 🇳🇴||489,8|
|3.||Anze Lanisek 🇸🇮||468,8|
|4.||Michael Hayböck 🇦🇹||467,6|
|5.||Domen Prevc 🇸🇮||451,8|
|6.||Robert Johansson 🇳🇴||448,4|
|7.||Timi Zajc 🇸🇮||448,2|
|8.||Kamil Stoch 🇵🇱||438,4|
|9.||Daniel Tschofenig 🇦🇹||438,1|
|10.||Jan Hörl 🇦🇹||435,4|
Men's HS240 18.3.
|1.||Halvor Egner Granerud 🇳🇴||424,9|
|2.||Stefan Kraft 🇦🇹||418,8|
|3.||Daniel Tschofenig 🇦🇹||390,1|
|4.||Ryoyu Kobayashi 🇯🇵||378,0|
|5.||Anze Lanisek 🇸🇮||376,4|
|6.||Michael Hayböck 🇦🇹||375,7|
|7.||Domen Prevc 🇸🇮||373,8|
|8.||Dawid Kubacki 🇵🇱||371,1|
|9.||Robert Johansson 🇳🇴||367,6|
|10.||Piotr Zyla 🇵🇱||360,3|
FIS live results