List of national ski-jumping records

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This is the list of national ski-jumping records.

Men[edit]

Nation Athlete Metres Feet Place Year Source
 Austria Stefan Kraft (WR) 253.5 831 Vikersund 2017 [1][2]
 Norway Robert Johansson 252.0 826 Vikersund 2017 [1][2]
 Poland Kamil Stoch 251.5 825 Planica 2017 [3][2]
 Slovenia Peter Prevc 250.0 820 Vikersund 2015 [4]
 Germany Markus Eisenbichler 248.0 814 Planica 2017 [2]
 United States Kevin Bickner 244.5 802 Vikersund 2017 [2]
 Japan Daiki Ito 243.0 797 Vikersund 2017 [2]
 Finland Janne Happonen 240.0 787 Vikersund 2011 [2]
  Switzerland Simon Ammann 239.5 785 Vikersund 2017 [2]
 Czech Republic Antonín Hájek 236.0 774 Planica 2010 [2]
 Russia Dimitry Vassiliev 233.5 766 Vikersund 2015 [2]
 Italy Alex Insam 232.5 763 Planica 2017 [2]
 France Vincent Descombes Sevoie 230.5 756 Vikersund 2016
 Canada Mackenzie Boyd-Clowes 224.0 735 Planica 2016 [5]
 Bulgaria Vladimir Zografski 213.5 700 Planica 2013
 Estonia Kaarel Nurmsalu 213.0 698 Planica 2017 [2]
 Sweden Isak Grimholm 207.5 681 Planica 2007 [2]
 South Korea Choi Heung-chul Planica 2008 [2]
 Belarus Petr Chaadaev 197.5 648 Kulm 2006 [2]
 Kazakhstan Radik Zhaparov 196.5 645 Planica 2007 [2]
 Slovakia Martin Mesik 195.5 641 Kulm 2006 [2]
 Ukraine Vitaliy Shumbarets 189.5 622 Planica 2009
 Greece Nico Polychronidis 186.0 610 Oberstdorf 2013 [2]
 Netherlands Christoph Kreuzer 162.0 531 Planica 2002 [2]
 Turkey Muhammed Munir Gungen 145.0 475 Rukatunturi 2016 [2]
 Georgia[a] Koba Tsakadze 142.0 466 Vikersund 1967 [6]
 Spain Bernat Sola 141.0 463 Tauplitz 1986 [2]
 Hungary Gábor Gellér 139.0 456 Harrachov 1980s [2]
 Denmark Andreas Bjelke Nygaard 137.0 449 Lillehammer 2000s [2]
 Great Britain Robert Lock 130.0 427 Park City 2015 [7]
 Romania Eduard Torok 128.0 420 Engelberg 2013 [2]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina[b] Selver Merdanović 128.0 420 Zakopane 1989 [8]
 Kyrgyzstan Dmitry Chvykov 124.0 407 Innsbruck 2002 [9]
 China Tian Zhandong 121.5 399 Bischofshofen 2004 [10]
 Latvia Kristaps Nežborts 102.0 335 Liberec 2012 [11]
 Lithuania[a] Zbigniew Kiwert 86.0 282 Nizhny Novgorod 1960 [12]
 Croatia Urban Zamernik 82.0 269 Hinterzarten 2010 [13]
 Iceland Skarphéðinn Guðmundsson 80.0 262 Squaw Valley 1960 [14]
 Andorra Tomás Cano 64.5 212 La Molina 1992 [15]
 Macedonia[b] Goga Popov junior 62.0 203 Planica 1952 [16]
 Serbia Nikola Stevanović 60.0 197 Planica 2018 [17][18]
 Australia Hal Nerdal 53.0 174 Squaw Valley 1960 [2]
Chris Hellerud Falun 1974 [19]
 Uganda Dunstan Odeke 50.0 164 Oslo 1990s [19]
 Montenegro[b] Božo Čvorović 46.0 151 Žabljak 1962 [20]
 Belgium Rembert Notten 35.0 115 Rückershausen 2012 [21][22][23]
 Ireland Richard Brown Gothenburg 2002 [2]
 Greenland Hans Holm 23.3 76 Nuuk 1949 [24]
 New Zealand Brian MacMillan 18.6 61 Mount Cook 1937 [25]
  1. ^ a b Part of the Soviet Union at the time.
  2. ^ a b c Cite error: The named reference fn1 was invoked but never defined (see the help page).

Women[edit]

Nation Athlete Metres Feet Place Year Source
 Austria Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (WR) 200.0 656 Kulm 2003 [26]
 Norway Anette Sagen 174.5 484 Vikersund 2004 [26]
 Sweden Helena Olsson Smeby 174.5 484 Vikersund 2004 [26]
 United States Lindsey Van 171.0 561 Vikersund 2004 [26]
 Germany Ulrike Gräßler 146.0 479 Willingen 2010 [26]
 Japan Sara Takanashi 141.0 463 Sapporo 2011 [26]
 Slovenia Špela Rogelj 140.0 459 Klingenthal 2012 [26]
 Russia Irina Avvakumova 137.0 449 [26]
  Switzerland Bigna Windmüller 133.0 436 Oberstdorf 2008 [26]
 France Julia Clair 131.5 431 Planica 2014 [26]
 Canada Atsuko Tanaka 130.0 426 Courchevel 2013 [26]
 Italy Evelyn Insam 130.0 426 Oslo 2016 [26]
 Finland Julia Kykkänen 125.0 410 Oslo 2016 [26]
 China Chang Xinyue 125.0 410 Lillehammer 2017 [26]
 Czech Republic Michaela Doleželová 116.5 382 Courchevel 2013 [26]
 Romania Daniela Haralambie 115.0 377 Oslo 2016 [26]
 Poland Kinga Raida 111.0 364 Planica 2016 [26]
 Netherlands Wendy Vuik 107.0 351 Oslo 2013 [26]
 Hungary Virág Vörös 101.0 331 Predazzo 2016 [26]
 Latvia Šarlote Šķēle 85.0 279 Predazzo 2013 [26]
 Estonia Anemarii Bendi 83.0 272 Otepää 2014 [26]
 Kazakhstan Valentina Sderzhikova 80.0 262 Szczyrk 2015 [26]
 South Korea Park Guy-lim 79.5 261 Notodden 2015 [26]
 Ukraine Khrystyna Droniak 77.0 253 Szczyrk 2016 [26]

References[edit]

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