Alpensia Ski Jumping Stadium
|Location||325, Daegwallyeong-myeon Pyeongchang, South Korea|
|Gangwon FC (2016–2017)|
|K–point||125 metres (410 ft)|
|Hill size||142 metres (466 ft)|
|Hill record||143.5 metres (471 ft)|
(16 February 2018)
|K–point||98 metres (322 ft)|
|Hill size||109 metres (358 ft)|
(unofficial / fall)
|114.5 metres (376 ft)|
(FIS Cup; 23 January 2016)
|Hill record||113.5 metres (372 ft)|
(16 February 2017)
(10 February 2018)
(10 February 2018)
Alpensia Ski Jumping Stadium (알펜시아 스키점프 경기장) is a multi-purpose stadium located at Alpensia Resort in Pyeongchang, South Korea. It hosted the ski jumping and the nordic combined events during the 2018 Winter Olympics, and also operates as an association football venue by using its landing area as the pitch.
The stadium hosted the ski jumping and the nordic combined events at the 2018 Winter Olympics. The stadium holds a maximum of 13,500 spectators, and was built in 2008; for the Olympics, the capacity was reduced to 8,500 seats.
Ski jumping events
|(night) 15 February 2017||HS140||WC||Stefan Kraft||Andreas Wellinger||Kamil Stoch|
|(night) 16 February 2017||HS109||WC||Maciej Kot||Stefan Kraft||Andreas Wellinger|
|(night) 10 February 2018||HS109||WOG-I||Andreas Wellinger||Johann André Forfang||Robert Johansson|
|(night) 17 February 2018||HS142||WOG-I||Kamil Stoch||Andreas Wellinger||Robert Johansson|
|(night) 19 February 2018||HS142||WOG-T||Norway||Germany||Poland|
|(night) 15 February 2017||HS109||WC||Yūki Itō||Sara Takanashi||Ema Klinec|
|16 February 2017||HS109||WC||Sara Takanashi||Yūki Itō||Maren Lundby|
|(night) 12 February 2018||HS109||WOG-I||Maren Lundby||Katharina Althaus||Sara Takanashi|
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- "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.
- "Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre". pyeongchang2018.com. Retrieved 8 December 2017.
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