Alpensia Ski Jumping Stadium

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Alpensia Ski Jumping Stadium
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Location 325, Daegwallyeong-myeon Pyeongchang, South Korea
Coordinates 37°39′42″N 128°40′50″E / 37.66167°N 128.68056°E / 37.66167; 128.68056Coordinates: 37°39′42″N 128°40′50″E / 37.66167°N 128.68056°E / 37.66167; 128.68056
Owner Pyeongchang County
Capacity 11,000
Surface Grass
Opened 2008
Tenants
Gangwon FC (2016–present)
Alpensia Ski Jumping Stadium
Size
K–point 98 m (NH), 125 m (LH)
Hill size 109 m (NH), 140 m (LH)
Longest jump
(unofficial / fall)
142,0 m
Austria Mario Seidl
(NC-WC, 5 February 2017)
Poland Kamil Stoch
(14 February 2017)
Austria Stefan Kraft
(15 February 2017)
Hill record 139,5 m
Germany Stephan Leyhe
(15 February 2017)
Slovenia Anže Lanišek
(15 February 2017)
Top events
Olympics 2018
World Cup 2017

Alpensia Ski Jumping Stadium (알펜시아 스키점프 경기장) is a multi-purpose stadium located at Alpensia Resort in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

History[edit]

It was originally planned that this stadium will host the opening and closing ceremonies for the 2018 Winter Olympics. It is now scheduled to host only the ski jumping and the nordic combined events.[1] The stadium holds a maximum of 13,500 spectators, and was built in 2008; for the games the stadium will accommodate 11,000 seats.

Ski jumping events[edit]

Men[edit]

Date Hillsize Competition Winner Second Third
3 September 2009 HS109 CC Poland Stefan Hula South Korea Kim Hyun-ki Slovenia Jurij Tepeš
5 September 2009 HS140 CC South Korea Kim Hyun-ki Poland Dawid Kubacki Poland Stefan Hula
12 January 2011 HS140 CC Slovenia Matjaž Pungertar Germany Julian Musiol Slovenia Rok Zima
13 January 2011 HS140 CC Slovenia Matjaž Pungertar Slovenia Rok Zima Slovenia Robert Hrgota
23 January 2016 HS109 FC South Korea Choi Heung-chul South Korea Choi Seou Slovenia Rok Justin
24 January 2016 HS109 FC Slovenia Rok Justin Japan Yuya Yamada Japan Takehiro Nagai
15 February 2017 (night) HS140 WC Austria Stefan Kraft Germany Andreas Wellinger Poland Kamil Stoch
16 February 2017 (night) HS109 WC Poland Maciej Kot Austria Stefan Kraft Germany Andreas Wellinger

Ladies[edit]

Date Hillsize Competition Winner Second Third
15 February 2017 (night) HS109 WC Japan Yūki Itō Japan Sara Takanashi Slovenia Ema Klinec
16 February 2017 HS109 WC Japan Sara Takanashi Japan Yūki Itō Norway Maren Lundby

Nordic combined events[edit]

Men[edit]

Date Hillsize Competition Winner Second Third
23 January 2016 HS109 WC (GU10KM) Austria Harald Lemmerer Austria Franz-Josef Rehrl Austria Marco Pichlmayer
24 January 2016 HS109 WC (GU10KM) Germany Simon Tobias Austria Marco Pichlmayer Germany Terence Weber
4 February 2017 HS140 WC (GU10KM) Germany Johannes Rydzek Austria Mario Seidl Germany Fabian Rießle
5 February 2017 HS140 WC (GU10KM) Germany Johannes Rydzek Germany Eric Frenzel Austria Mario Seidl

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PyeongChang 2018: Alpensia resort and water park complete and full for summer season". sportsfeatures.com. Archived from the original on 12 March 2012. Retrieved 30 July 2010. 

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