List of the longest ski jumps

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Anders Fannemel currently holds the official world record of 251.5 metres (825 ft), as of 2015
Dimitry Vassiliev unofficially has the longest ever jump of 254 metres (833 ft), as of 2015
Vikersundbakken in Vikersund, Norway, where the current world record stands
Daniela Iraschko-Stolz currently holds the women's world record of 200 metres (660 ft), as of 2015
Olaf Rye, who made the first official ski jump of 9.5 metres (31 ft) in 1808

Ski jumping is a winter sport in which athletes compete on length and style on a jump from a ski jumping hill. The sport has traditionally focused on a combination of style and length, and it was therefore early seen as unimportant in many milieus to have the longest jump.[1] Particularly the International Ski Federation (FIS) has largely been opposed to the inflation in hill sizes and setting of distance records. No world records have therefore been set in Olympic, World Championships, Holmenkollen Ski Festival or Four Hills Tournament event, as these have never been among the largest hills in the world.

Since 1936, when the first jump beyond 100 metres (330 ft) was made, the discipline of ski flying – an offshoot of ski jumping – has contained all the world records. As of 2015, the official world record for the longest ski jump is 251.5 metres (825 ft), set by Anders Fannemel at Vikersundbakken in Vikersund, Norway. At the same event and on the same day, Dimitry Vassiliev landed a jump of 254 metres (833 ft) but fell upon landing; his jump is unofficially the longest ever made.[2]

History[edit]

Ski jumping originated in Norway, and has been practiced since time immemorial, using handmade temporary hills.[3] The first record is credited to Olaf Rye, a soldier who set up a show spectated by his fellow soldiers in 1808, reaching 9.5 metres (31 ft) in Eidsberg, Norway. This small hill was probably near Eidsberg church, possibly at the farm Lekum.[4]

Sondre Norheim, credited as the 'father' of modern skiing,[5] made the second official record at 19.5 metres (64 ft) in 1868. Tim Ashburn says in his book The History of Ski Jumping that Norheim's longest jump on the circular track in Haugli ground in 1868 should have been measured at 31.5 metres (103 ft),[6] but that newspapers in Christiania reported that the length "was a little exaggerated", so the official record is everywhere written as 19.5 m.

The sport quickly spread to Finland, the United States and Canada, where some of the subsequent records were set.[7] Early jumping competitions were only scored by style, and it was seen as disruptive to attempt to jump further.[1] Not until 1901 was a scoring system for distance introduced.[8] With the construction of Bloudkova Velikanka in Planica, Yugoslavia, in 1934,[9] the separate discipline of ski flying was introduced, which is essentially an 'extreme' version of ski jumping.

With one exception, all of the world records for distance have been set on five of the world's six ski flying hills, of which five remain in use.[10] In 1936, Josef "Sepp" Bradl was the first to surpass the 100 metres (330 ft) mark, landing a jump of 101.5 metres (333 ft).[11] The FIS was long opposed to ski flying as a whole, and it has never been included in the Olympic or Nordic World Ski Championships. However, since 1972, the FIS Ski Flying World Championships has been a mainstay event, and ski flying event are also part of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup calendar. The first to officially reach 200 metres (660 ft) was Toni Nieminen in 1994, by landing a jump of 203 metres (666 ft); at the time, ski jumpers did not receive distance points for the part of the jumps exceeding 191 metres.[12]

The distance of a ski jump is measured from the end of the 'table' (the very tip of the 'inrun' ramp) to halfway between the athletes' feet when they touch ground. To qualify, the jump must be made in a sanctioned competition, or official trial or qualification runs for these, with a system to control the actual length. To win a competition, a jumper needs both distance and style, the latter of which is achieved by attaining a proper Telemark landing; therefore jumpers are not motivated to jump as far as possible, only as far necessary to attain a good landing. Jumps are invalid if the jumper falls, defined as touching the ground with his hands or body before reaching the fall line. Originally, jumps were measured in alen, but this has since been replaced by metres, with an accuracy of half a metre. Some old United States and Canadian records were recorded in feet. Traditionally, people would stand along the hill for every metre, and a crew member would raise their hand if the jumper landed on their metre. Today this is done with camera technology.[13]

Official world records[edit]

Men[edit]

No. Date Ski jumper Country Hill Place Metres Yards Feet
1 Nov 1808 Olaf Rye  Norway Eidsberg church Eidsberg, Norway 9.5 10.4 31
2 8 Mar 1868 Sondre Norheim  Norway Hauglibakken Brunkeberg, Norway 19.5 21.3 64
3 12 Feb 1879 Olaf Haugann  Norway Kastellbakken Oslo, Norway 20.0 21.9 66
4 1881 Sveinung Svalastoga  Norway Kastellbakken Oslo, Norway 22.0 24.1 72
5 1886 Johannes Nordgard  Norway Flatdalbakken Seljord, Norway 26.0 28.4 85
6 1891 Mikkjel Hemmestveit  Norway McSorley Hill Red Wing, United States 31.1 34.0 102
7 1893 Torjus Hemmestveit  Norway McSorley Hill Red Wing, United States 31.4 34.3 103
8 1897 Svein Solid  Norway Hegnibakken Morgedal, Norway 31.5 34.4 103
9 1899 Asbjørn Nilssen  Norway Solbergbakken Bærum, Norway 32.5 35.5 107
10 1899 Morten Hansen  Norway Solbergbakken Bærum, Norway 32.5 35.5 107
11 1900 Olaf Tandberg  Norway Solbergbakken Bærum, Norway 35.5 38.8 116
12 1902 Nils Gjestvang  Norway Gustadbakken Geithus, Norway 38.5 42.1 126
13 1902 Nils Gjestvang  Norway Gustadbakken Geithus, Norway 41.0 44.8 135
14 24 Jan 1909 Oscar Gundersen  Norway Chippewa Falls Ski Jump Chippewa Falls, United States 42.1 46.0 138
15 1909 Harald Smith  Norway Trampolino Campo Smith Bardonecchia, Kingdom of Italy 43.0 47.0 141
16 28 Feb 1909 Harald Smith  Norway Bolgenschanze Davos, Switzerland 45.0 49.2 148
17 19 Feb 1911 Anders Haugen  United States Wolverine Hill Ironwood, United States 46.3 50.6 152
18 1912 Gunnar Andersen  Norway Gustadbakken Geithus, Modum, Norway 47.5 52.0 156
21 2 Mar 1913 Thorleif Knudsen  Norway Bolgenschanze Davos, Switzerland 48.0 52.5 157
19 16 Feb 1913 Ragnar Omtvedt  United States Wolverine Hill Ironwood, United States 48.2 52.7 158
20 16 Feb 1913 Ragnar Omtvedt  United States Wolverine Hill Ironwood, United States 51.5 56.3 169
22 7 Feb 1915 Reidar Amble Ommundsen  Norway Vikkollen Mjøndalen, Norway 54.0 59.1 177
23 18 Feb 1916 Ragnar Omtvedt  United States Howelsen Hill Steamboat Springs, United States 58.5 64.0 192
24 1917 Henry Hall  United States Howelsen Hill Steamboat Springs, United States 61.9 67.7 203
25 1918 Henry Hall  United States Howelsen Hill Steamboat Springs, United States 62.2 68.0 204
26 1919 Anders Haugen  United States Haugen Hill Dillon, United States 64.9 71.0 213
27 29 Feb 1920 Anders Haugen  United States Haugen Hill Dillon, United States 65.2 71.3 214
28 1921 Henry Hall  United States Nels Nelsen Hill Revelstoke, Canada 69.8 76.3 229
29 4 Feb 1925 Nels Nelsen  Canada Nels Nelsen Hill Revelstoke, Canada 73.1 79.9 240
30 1930 Adolph Badrutt   Switzerland Bernina-Roseg-Schanze Pontresina, Switzerland 75.0 82.0 246
31 1931 Birger Ruud  Norway Odnesbakken Odnes, Norway 76.5 73.7 251
32 24 Feb 1931 Sigmund Ruud  Norway Bolgenschanze Davos, Switzerland 81.5 89.1 267
33 13 Mar 1932 Robert Lymburne  Canada Nels Nelsen Hill Revelstoke, Canada 82.0 89.7 269
34 13 Mar 1933 Sigmund Ruud  Norway Tremplin de Bretaye Villars, Switzerland 84.0 91.9 276
35 19 Jan 1933 Sigmund Ruud  Norway Tremplin de Bretaye Villars, Switzerland 86.0 94.0 282
36 26 Feb 1933 Henri Ruchet   Switzerland Tremplin de Bretaye Villars, Switzerland 87.0 95.1 285
37 1933 Robert Lymburne  Canada Nels Nelsen Hill Revelstoke, Canada 87.5 95.7 287
38 25 Mar 1934 Birger Ruud  Norway Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 92.0 100.6 302
39 14 Mar 1935 Reidar Andersen  Norway Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 93.0 101.7 305
40 15 Mar 1935 Stanisław Marusarz  Poland Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 95.0 103.9 312
41 15 Mar 1935 Reidar Andersen  Norway Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 98.0 107.2 322
42 15 Mar 1935 Reidar Andersen  Norway Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 99.0 108.3 325
43 17 Mar 1935 Fritz Kainersdörfer   Switzerland Trampolino Gigante Corno d’Aola Ponte di Legno, Kingdom of Italy 99.5 108.8 326
44 15 Mar 1936 Josef Bradl  Austria Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 101.5 111.0 333
45 15 Mar 1938 Josef Bradl  Austria Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 107.0 117.0 351
46 2 Mar 1941 Rudi Gering  Nazi Germany Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 108.0 118.1 354
47 2 Mar 1941 Franz Mair  Nazi Germany Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 109.0 119.2 358
48 2 Mar 1941 Hans Lahr  Nazi Germany Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 111.0 121.4 364
49 2 Mar 1941 Paul Krauß  Nazi Germany Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 112.0 122.5 367
50 2 Mar 1941 Rudi Gering  Nazi Germany Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 118.0 129.0 387
51 15 Mar 1948 Fritz Tschannen   Switzerland Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 120.0 131.2 394
52 28 Feb 1950 Willi Gantschnigg  Austria Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, Germany 124.0 135.6 407
53 2 Mar 1950 Sepp Weiler  Germany Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, Germany 127.0 138.9 417
54 3 Mar 1950 Dan Netzell  Sweden Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, Germany 135.0 147.6 443
55 2 Mar 1951 Tauno Luiro  Finland Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, Germany 139.0 152.0 456
56 24 Feb 1961 Jože Šlibar  Yugoslavia Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 141.0 154.2 463
57 1 Mar 1962 Peter Lesser  East Germany Kulm Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 141.0 154.2 463
58 15 Feb 1964 Kjell Sjöberg  Sweden Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 141.0 154.2 463
59 15 Feb 1964 Dalibor Motejlek  Czechoslovakia Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 142.0 155.3 466
60 18 Feb 1964 Nilo Zandanel  Italy Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 144.0 157.5 472
61 21 Mar 1965 Peter Lesser  East Germany Kulm Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 145.0 158.6 476
62 12 Mar 1966 Bjørn Wirkola  Norway Vikersundbakken Vikersund, Norway 145.0 158.6 476
63 13 Mar 1966 Bjørn Wirkola  Norway Vikersundbakken Vikersund, Norway 146.0 159.7 479
64 10 Feb 1967 Lars Grini  Norway Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 147.0 160.8 482
65 10 Feb 1967 Kjell Sjöberg  Sweden Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 148.0 161.8 486
66 11 Feb 1967 Lars Grini  Norway Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 150.0 164.0 492
67 12 Mar 1967 Reinhold Bachler  Austria Vikersundbakken Vikersund, Norway 154.0 168.4 505
68 21 Mar 1969 Bjørn Wirkola  Norway Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 156.0 170.6 512
69 21 Mar 1969 Jiří Raška  Czechoslovakia Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 156.0 170.6 512
70 22 Mar 1969 Bjørn Wirkola  Norway Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 160.0 175.0 525
71 22 Mar 1969 Jiří Raška  Czechoslovakia Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 164.0 179.4 538
72 23 Mar 1969 Manfred Wolf  East Germany Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 165.0 180.4 541
73 9 Mar 1973 Heinz Wossipiwo  East Germany Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 169.0 184.8 554
74 15 Mar 1974 Walter Steiner   Switzerland Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 169.0 184.8 554
75 4 Mar 1976 Geir Ove Berg  Norway Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 173.0 189.2 568
76 5 Mar 1976 Toni Innauer  Austria Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 174.0 190.3 571
77 5 Mar 1976 Falko Weißpflog  East Germany Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 174.0 190.3 571
78 7 Mar 1976 Toni Innauer  Austria Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 176.0 192.5 577
79 16 Mar 1979 Klaus Ostwald  East Germany Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 176.0 192.5 577
80 27 Mar 1980 Armin Kogler  Austria Čerťák Harrachov, Czechoslovakia 176.0 192.5 577
81 26 Feb 1981 Armin Kogler  Austria Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 180.0 196.8 591
82 19 Mar 1983 Pavel Ploc  Czechoslovakia Čerťák Harrachov, Czechoslovakia 181.0 198.0 594
83 16 Mar 1984 Matti Nykänen  Finland Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 182.0 199.0 597
84 16 Mar 1984 Matti Nykänen  Finland Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 182.0 199.0 597
85 17 Mar 1984 Matti Nykänen  Finland Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 185.0 202.3 607
86 15 Mar 1985 Mike Holland  United States Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 186.0 203.4 610
87 15 Mar 1985 Matti Nykänen  Finland Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 187.0 204.5 614
88 15 Mar 1985 Matti Nykänen  Finland Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 191.0 208.9 627
89 9 Mar 1986 Andreas Felder  Austria Kulm Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 191.0 208.9 627
90 14 Mar 1987 Piotr Fijas  Poland Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 194.0 212.2 636
91 17 Mar 1994 Martin Höllwarth  Austria Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 196.0 214.3 643
92 17 Mar 1994 Toni Nieminen  Finland Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 203.0 222.0 666
93 18 Mar 1994 Espen Bredesen  Norway Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 209.0 228.6 686
94 22 Mar 1997 Espen Bredesen  Norway Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 210.0 229.7 689
95 22 Mar 1997 Lasse Ottesen  Norway Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 212.0 231.8 696
96 19 Mar 1999 Martin Schmitt  Germany Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 214.5 234.6 704
97 20 Mar 1999 Tommy Ingebrigtsen  Norway Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 219.5 240.0 720
98 16 Mar 2000 Thomas Hörl  Austria Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 224.5 245.5 737
99 18 Mar 2000 Andreas Goldberger  Austria Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 225.0 246.1 738
100 20 Mar 2003 Adam Małysz  Poland Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 225.0 246.1 738
101 20 Mar 2003 Matti Hautamäki  Finland Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 227.5 248.8 746
102 22 Mar 2003 Matti Hautamäki  Finland Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 228.5 249.9 750
103 23 Mar 2003 Matti Hautamäki  Finland Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 231.0 252.6 758
104 20 Mar 2005 Tommy Ingebrigtsen  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 231.0 252.6 758
105 20 Mar 2005 Bjørn Einar Romøren  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 234.5 256.4 769
106 20 Mar 2005 Matti Hautamäki  Finland Letalnica bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 235.5 257.5 773
107 20 Mar 2005 Bjørn Einar Romøren  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 239.0 261.4 784
108 11 Feb 2011 Johan Remen Evensen  Norway Vikersundbakken Vikersund, Norway 243.0 265.7 797
109 11 Feb 2011 Johan Remen Evensen  Norway Vikersundbakken Vikersund, Norway 246.5 269.6 809
110 14 Feb 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Vikersundbakken Vikersund, Norway 250.0 273.4 820
111 15 Feb 2015 Anders Fannemel  Norway Vikersundbakken Vikersund, Norway 251.5 275.0 825

* Davos (2 Mar 1913) – many regard T. Knudsen's 48 m (157 ft) jumps as world records, although R. Omtvedt already set a new world record of 51.5 m (169 ft) on 16 Feb 1913 in Ironwood. This is most likely due to Omtvedt jumping as a professional at that time.

Ladies[edit]

No. Date Ski jumper Country Hill Place Metres Yards Feet
1 1897 Ragna Pettersen  Norway Nydalsbakken Aker, Norway 12.0 13.1 39
2 1902 Hilda Stang  Norway Tranbergbakken Gjøvik, Norway 14.5 15.9 48
3 1910 Hilda Stang  Norway Tranbergbakken Gjøvik, Norway 21.0 23.0 69
4 1910 Hilda Stang  Norway Solbergbakken Bærum, Norway 22.0 24.0 72
5 1911 Paula Lamberg  Austria-Hungary Kitzbühel, Austria-Hungary 22.0 24.0 72
6 1922 Isabel Coursier  Canada Nels Nelsen Hill Revelstoke, Canada 25.6 28.0 84
7 1926 Olga Balstad-Eggen  Norway Arvika, Sweden 26.0 28.4 85
8 Feb 1928 Isabel Coursier  Canada Nels Nelsen Hill Revelstoke, Canada 31.4 34.4 103
9 18 Jan 1931 Johanne Kolstad  Norway Odnesbakken Odnes, Norway 46.5 50.9 153
10 17 Feb 1931 Johanne Kolstad  Norway Lønnbergbakken Raufoss, Norway 49.0 53.6 161
11 1932 Johanne Kolstad  Norway Gråkallbakken Trondheim, Norway 62.0 67.8 203
12 6 Mar 1938 Johanne Kolstad  Norway Nansen Ski Jump Berlin, United States 69.5 76.0 228
13 22 Mar 1973 Anita Wold  Norway Kløvsteinbakken Meldal, Norway 73.0 79.8 240
14 3 Feb 1974 Anita Wold  Norway Kløvsteinbakken Meldal, Norway 82.5 90.2 271
15 16 Mar 1974 Anita Wold  Norway MS 1970 Štrbské Pleso, Czechoslovakia 91.0 99.5 299
16 16 Mar 1974 Anita Wold  Norway MS 1970 Štrbské Pleso, Czechoslovakia 94.0 102.8 308
17 14 Jan 1975 Anita Wold  Norway Okurayama Sapporo, Japan 97.5 106.6 320
18 29 Mar 1981 Tiina Lehtola  Finland Rukatunturi Kuusamo, Finland 110.0 120.3 361
19 22 Jan 1989 Merete Kristiansen  Norway Odnesbakken Odnes, Norway 111.0 121.4 364
20 7 Jan 1994 Eva Ganster  Austria Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze Bischofshofen, Austria 112.0 122.5 367
21 1994 Eva Ganster  Austria Lysgårdsbakken Lillehammer, Norway 113.5 124.1 372
22 6 Jan 1997 Eva Ganster  Austria Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze Bischofshofen, Austria 115.0 125.8 377
23 4 Feb 1997 Eva Ganster  Austria Kulm Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 144.0 157.5 472
24 5 Feb 1997 Eva Ganster  Austria Kulm Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 161.0 176.1 528
25 6 Feb 1997 Eva Ganster  Austria Kulm Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 163.0 178.3 535
26 7 Feb 1997 Eva Ganster  Austria Kulm Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 164.5 179.9 540
27 9 Feb 1997 Eva Ganster  Austria Kulm Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 165.0 180.4 541
28 9 Feb 1997 Eva Ganster  Austria Kulm Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 167.0 182.6 548
29 29 Jan 2003 Daniela Iraschko-Stolz  Austria Kulm Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 188.0 205.6 617
30 29 Jan 2003 Daniela Iraschko-Stolz  Austria Kulm Tauplitz/Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 200.0 218.7 656

Invalid world records[edit]

If a jumper touches the ground with their hands, body, or falls before reaching the outrun line, the jump is deemed invalid and thus listed as an unofficial world record. Furthermore, jumps landed during non-competition training rounds or hill tests are not recognized as official world records. Distances set by test jumpers (or "V jumpers") during competition rounds are deemed official.

No. Date Ski jumper Country Hill Place Metres Yards Feet
1 28 Feb 1909 Trygve Smith  Norway Bolgenschanze Davos, Switzerland 48.0 52.5 157
2 1916 Nels Nelsen  Canada Nels Nelsen Hill Revelstoke, Canada 55.8 61.0 183
3 18 Feb 1928 Jacob Tullin Thams  Norway Olympiaschanze St. Moritz, Switzerland 73.0 79.8 240
4 Jan 1931 Alf Engen  Norway Ecker Hill Salt Lake City, United States 77.4 84.6 254
5 1931 Alf Engen  Norway Ecker Hill Salt Lake City, United States 81.1 88.7 266
6 Mar 1934 Sigmund Ruud  Norway Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Kingdom of Yugoslavia 94.0 102.8 308
7 1935 Alf Engen  Norway Ecker Hill Salt Lake City, United States 94.8 103.7 311
8 Mar 1948 Janez Polda  Yugoslavia Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Yugoslavia 120.0 131.2 394
9 Mar 1948 Charles Blum   Switzerland Bloudkova velikanka Planica, Yugoslavia 121.0 132.3 397
10 1950 Hans Eder  Austria Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, Germany 130.0 142.2 427
11 1958 Max Bolkart  Germany Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, Germany 139.0 152.0 456
12 Feb 1961 Wolfgang Happle  West Germany Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 145.0 158.6 476
13 Mar 1965 Bjørn Wirkola  Norway Kulm Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 144.0 157.5 472
14 Mar 1965 Peter Lesser  East Germany Kulm Bad Mitterndorf, Austria 147.0 160.8 482
15 1969 Ladislav Divila  Czechoslovakia Vikersundbakken Vikersund, Norway 166.0 181.5 545
16 Mar 1973 Jochen Danneberg  East Germany Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 166.0 181.5 545
17 Mar 1973 Takao Ito  Japan Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 176.0 192.5 577
18 Mar 1973 Walter Steiner   Switzerland Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 175.0 191.4 574
19 Mar 1973 Walter Steiner   Switzerland Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze Oberstdorf, West Germany 179.0 195.8 587
20 15 Mar 1974 Walter Steiner   Switzerland Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 177.0 193.6 581
21 20 Mar 1977 Bogdan Norčič  Yugoslavia Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 181.0 197.4 594
22 23 Mar 1991 André Kiesewetter  Germany Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Yugoslavia 196.0 214.3 643
23 22 Mar 1992 Christof Duffner  Germany Čerťák Harrachov, Czechoslovakia 194.0 212.2 636
24 17 Mar 1994 Andreas Goldberger  Austria Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 202.0 220.9 663
25 18 Mar 1994 Christof Duffner  Germany Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 207.0 226.4 679
26 22 Mar 1997 Dieter Thoma  Germany Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 213.0 232.9 699
27 19 Mar 1999 Martin Schmitt  Germany Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 219.0 239.5 719
28 21 Mar 2003 Veli-Matti Lindström  Finland Velikanka bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 232.5 254.3 763
29 17 Mar 2005 Andreas Widhölzl  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 234.5 256.5 769
30 20 Mar 2005 Janne Ahonen  Finland Letalnica bratov Gorišek Planica, Slovenia 240.0 262.5 787
31 15 Feb 2015 Dmitri Vassiliev  Russia Vikersundbakken Vikersund, Norway 254.0 277.8 833

Notes[edit]

  • Norway Blybergbakken, Trondheim (1890/92) – Gustav (or Gunnar) Bye from Norway supposedly jumped 30 m (98 ft). Some declared it a world record, albeit a year before Mikkjel Hemmestveit jumped further. Doubts remain about measure cheating. Unsourced data.
  • Norway Levanger (21/22 Mar 1891) – Bye, above, supposedly jumped 33 metres (108 ft) whilst competing for a trophy awarded by King Oscar II. Unsourced data.
  • Canada Revelstoke (1916) – Nels Nelsen landed a world record jump of 55.8 m (183 ft) during training; the latter is why it is officially not recognized as a world record.
  • United States Salt Lake City (Jan 1931) – Alf Engen landed a world record jump of 77.4 m (254 ft), but according to Harold "Cork" Anson this was not recognized because the Utah Ski Club, the competition organizer at the time, had not been a member of the Confederation of Western American Winter Sports Association.
  • United States Salt Lake City (1931) – Alf Engen landed a world record jump of 81.1 m (266 ft) during an unofficial event; the latter is why it is officially not recognized as a world record.
  • Kingdom of Yugoslavia Bloudkova velikanka, Planica (Mar 1934) – Per Jonson supposedly landed a world record jump of 89 m (292 ft), but this is only listed as a hill record. Unsourced data.
  • Kingdom of Yugoslavia Bloudkova velikanka, Planica (Mar 1934) – at the above event, Gregor Höll from Austria also supposedly landed a world record jump of 89 m (292 ft), but this is only listed as a hill record. Unsourced data.
  • United States Salt Lake City (1935) – Alf Engen landed a world record jump of 94.8 m (311 ft) during training; the latter is why it is officially not recognized as a world record.
  • Kingdom of Italy Trampolino Gigante Corno d'Aola, Ponte di Legno (1935) – Olav Ulland from Norway supposedly fell on a world record jump of 103.5 m (340 ft), thus becoming the first to ever surpass 100 m. Unsourced data.
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Letalnica bratov Gorišek, Planica (Mar 1979) – Axel Zitzmann supposedly fell on a world record jump of 179 m (587 ft). Unsourced data.
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Letalnica bratov Gorišek, Planica (14 Mar 1987) – Andreas Felder supposedly jumped 191 m (627 ft), but this is not listed on the Planica official website. Unsourced data.
  • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Letalnica bratov Gorišek, Planica (24 Mar 1991) – Ralph Gebstedt supposedly jumped 194 m (636 ft), but this is not listed on the Planica official website. Unsourced data.

All flights over 230 metres[edit]

As of 22 March 2015

No. Date Ski jumper Country Hill Size Place Length
58 26 Feb 2012 Richard Freitag  Germany Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 230.0 m
70 27 Jan 2013 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 230.0 m
67 27 Jan 2013 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 230.0 m
66 27 Jan 2013 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 230.0 m
71 23 Mar 2013 Anders Bardal  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 230.0 m (fall)
8 20 Mar 2005 Roar Ljøkelsøy  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 230.5 m
19 18 Mar 2010 Bjørn Einar Romøren  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 230.5 m
22 20 Mar 2010 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 230.5 m
20 20 Mar 2010 Anders Jacobsen  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 230.5 m
36 13 Feb 2011 Johan Remen Evensen  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 230.5 m
38 13 Feb 2011 Adam Małysz  Poland Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 230.5 m
45 24 Feb 2012 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 230.5 m
73 9 Jan 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Kulm HS 225 Tauplitz, Austria 230.5 m
92 15 Feb 2015 Andreas Stjernen  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 230.5 m
110 20 Mar 2015 Severin Freund  Germany Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 230.5 m
118 21 Mar 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 230.5 m
119 21 Mar 2015 Piotr Żyła  Poland Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 230.5 m
121 22 Mar 2015 Kamil Stoch  Poland Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 230.5 m
125 22 Mar 2015 Rune Velta  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 230.5 m
126 22 Mar 2015 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 230.5 m
2 23 Mar 2003 Matti Hautamäki  Finland Letalnica bratov Gorišek K-185 Planica, Slovenia 231.0 m World record
4 20 Mar 2005 Tommy Ingebrigtsen  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 231.0 m World record
6 20 Mar 2005 Tommy Ingebrigtsen  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 231.0 m
7 20 Mar 2005 Andreas Widhölzl  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 231.0 m
24 21 Mar 2010 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 231.0 m
17 16 Mar 2008 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 231.0 m
60 17 Mar 2012 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 231.0 m
69 27 Jan 2013 Michael Neumayer  Germany Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 231.0 m
74 10 Jan 2015 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia Kulm HS 225 Tauplitz, Austria 231.0 m
90 15 Feb 2015 Anders Fannemel  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 231.0 m
97 19 Mar 2015 Stefan Kraft  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 231.0 m
40 19 Mar 2011 Martin Koch  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 231.5 m
68 27 Jan 2013 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 231.5 m
76 13 Feb 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 231.5 m
116 21 Mar 2015 Michael Hayböck  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 231.5 m
14 2006 Bjørn Einar Romøren  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 231.5 m
27 11 Feb 2011 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 232.0 m
29 12 Feb 2011 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 232.0 m
42 19 Mar 2011 Thomas Morgenstern  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 232.0 m
44 24 Feb 2012 Denis Kornilov  Russia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 232.0 m
114 21 Mar 2015 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 232.0 m
128 22 Mar 2015 Michael Hayböck  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 232.0 m
1 21 Mar 2003 Veli-Matti Lindström  Finland Letalnica bratov Gorišek K-185 Planica, Slovenia 232.5 m (WR fall)
14 14 Mar 2008 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 232.5 m
15 15 Mar 2008 Anders Bardal  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 232.5 m
34 12 Feb 2011 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 232.5 m
57 26 Feb 2012 Piotr Żyła  Poland Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 232.5 m
61 26 Jan 2013 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 232.5 m
62 26 Jan 2013 Andreas Stjernen  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 232.5 m
63 26 Jan 2013 Kamil Stoch  Poland Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 232.5 m
99 19 Mar 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 232.5 m
104 20 Mar 2015 Stefan Kraft  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 232.5 m
106 20 Mar 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 232.5 m
18 22 Mar 2009 Simon Ammann   Switzerland Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 233.0 m (fall)
52 26 Feb 2012 Andreas Kofler  Austria Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 233.0 m
81 14 Feb 2015 Anders Fannemel  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 233.0 m
112 20 Mar 2015 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 233.0 m
113 20 Mar 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 233.0 m
9 20 Mar 2005 Janne Ahonen  Finland Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 233.5 m
16 15 Mar 2008 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 233.5 m
41 19 Mar 2011 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 233.5 m
54 26 Feb 2012 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 233.5 m
80 14 Feb 2015 Dimitry Vassiliev  Russia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 233.5 m National record
101 19 Mar 2015 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 233.5 m
130 22 Mar 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 233.5 m
46 24 Feb 2012 Rune Velta  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 234.0 m
89 15 Feb 2015 Andreas Stjernen  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 234.0 m
3 17 Mar 2005 Andreas Widhölzl  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 234.5 m (WR fall)
5 20 Mar 2005 Bjørn Einar Romøren  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 234.5 m World record
33 12 Feb 2011 Johan Remen Evensen  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 234.5 m
51 25 Feb 2012 Rune Velta  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 234.5 m
83 14 Feb 2015 Severin Freund  Germany Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 234.5 m
123 22 Mar 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 234.5 m
78 13 Feb 2015 Noriaki Kasai  Japan Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 235.0 m
124 22 Mar 2015 Kamil Stoch  Poland Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 235.0 m
10 20 Mar 2005 Matti Hautamäki  Finland Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 235.5 m World record
47 25 Feb 2012 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 235.5 m
56 26 Feb 2012 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 235.5 m
12 20 Mar 2005 Tommy Ingebrigtsen  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 236.0 m (fall)
21 20 Mar 2010 Antonin Hajek  Czech Republic Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 236.0 m National record
75 12 Feb 2015 Sigurd Nymoen Søberg  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 236.0 m (test jump)
84 14 Feb 2015 Anders Fannemel  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 236.0 m
122 22 Mar 2015 Stefan Kraft  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 236.0 m
23 20 Mar 2010 Simon Ammann   Switzerland Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 236.5 m
53 26 Feb 2012 Daiki Ito  Japan Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 236.5 m
127 22 Mar 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 236.5 m
30 12 Feb 2011 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 237.0 m
43 23 Feb 2012 Martin Koch  Austria Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 237.0 m
65 27 Jan 2013 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 237.0 m
39 13 Feb 2011 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 237.5 m
72 9 Jan 2015 Severin Freund  Germany Kulm HS 225 Tauplitz, Austria 237.5 m
85 14 Feb 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 237.5 m
94 15 Feb 2015 Severin Freund  Germany Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 237.5 m
98 19 Mar 2015 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 237.5 m
100 19 Mar 2015 Stefan Kraft  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 237.5 m
105 20 Mar 2015 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 237.5 m
120 21 Mar 2015 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 237.5 m
117 21 Mar 2015 Kamil Stoch  Poland Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 238.0 m National record
37 13 Feb 2011 Simon Ammann   Switzerland Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 238.5 m National record
86 14 Feb 2015 Anders Fannemel  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 238.5 m
91 15 Feb 2015 Severin Freund  Germany Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 238.5 m
102 19 Mar 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 238.5 m
111 20 Mar 2015 Stefan Kraft  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 238.5 m
11 20 Mar 2005 Bjørn Einar Romøren  Norway Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 239.0 m World record
13 20 Mar 2005 Janne Ahonen  Finland Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 215 Planica, Slovenia 240.0 m (WR fall)
35 13 Feb 2011 Janne Happonen  Finland Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 240.0 m National record
31 12 Feb 2011 Johan Remen Evensen  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 240.0 m
55 26 Feb 2012 Daiki Ito  Japan Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 240.0 m
64 26 Jan 2013 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 240.0 m
108 20 Mar 2015 Stefan Kraft  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 240.0 m
115 21 Mar 2015 Stefan Kraft  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 240.0 m
95 15 Feb 2015 Noriaki Kasai  Japan Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 240.5 m National record
82 14 Feb 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 241.0 m
26 11 Feb 2011 Martin Koch  Austria Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 241.5 m
103 20 Mar 2015 Michael Hayböck  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 241.5 m
107 20 Mar 2015 Michael Hayböck  Austria Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 242.0 m (fall)
25 11 Feb 2011 Johan Remen Evensen  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 243.0 m World record
50 25 Feb 2012 Martin Koch  Austria Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 243.0 m (fall)
59 26 Feb 2012 Rune Velta  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 243.0 m
32 12 Feb 2011 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 243.5 m National record
49 25 Feb 2012 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 244.0 m
129 22 Mar 2015 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 244.0 m
48 25 Feb 2012 Anders Fannemel  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 244.5 m
96 15 Feb 2015 Severin Freund  Germany Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 245.0 m National record
79 13 Feb 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 245.5 m
77 13 Feb 2015 Anders Fannemel  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 246.0 m
28 11 Feb 2011 Johan Remen Evensen  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 246.5 m World record
109 20 Mar 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Letalnica bratov Gorišek HS 225 Planica, Slovenia 248.5 m
87 14 Feb 2015 Peter Prevc  Slovenia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 250.0 m National record World record
93 15 Feb 2015 Anders Fannemel  Norway Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 251.5 m National record World record
88 15 Feb 2015 Dimitry Vassiliev  Russia Vikersundbakken HS 225 Vikersund, Norway 254.0 m (WR fall)

Ski jumpers with the largest number of jumps over 230 metres[edit]

As of 22 March 2015

Rank Ski jumper Country Number of jumps ≥ 230 m Longest jump
1 Peter Prevc  Slovenia 16 250.0 m National record World record
2 Jurij Tepeš  Slovenia 12 244.0 m
3 Gregor Schlierenzauer  Austria 11 243.5 m National record
4 Robert Kranjec  Slovenia 10 244.0 m
5 Anders Fannemel  Norway 7 251.5 m National record World record
5 Stefan Kraft  Austria 7 240.0 m
6 Severin Freund  Germany 6 245.0 m National record
7 Johan Remen Evensen  Norway 5 246.5 m World record
8 Kamil Stoch  Poland 4 238.0 m National record
8 Rune Velta  Norway 4 243.0 m
8 Michael Hayböck  Austria 4 242.0 m (fall)
8 Martin Koch  Austria 4 243.0 m (fall)
8 Bjørn Einar Romøren  Norway 4 239.0 m World record
9 Andreas Stjernen  Norway 3 234.0 m
9 Simon Ammann   Switzerland 3 238.5 m National record
9 Tommy Ingebrigtsen  Norway 3 236.0 m (fall)
  •   – active as of 2015

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Canadian Ski Hall of Fame. "Nels Nelsen". Archived from the original (PDF) on 15 February 2011. Retrieved 15 February 2011. 
  2. ^ Eurosport (15 February 2015). "Ski jump world record broken for second time in two days as Anders Fannemel flies to glory". Retrieved 15 February 2015. 
  3. ^ Thoresen 2007, p. 18
  4. ^ Thoresen 2007, p. 15
  5. ^ Thoresen 2007, p. 21
  6. ^ (ISBN 1-904057-15-2, p. 14)
  7. ^ Thoresen 2007, p. 371
  8. ^ Thoresen 2007, p. 26
  9. ^ Thoresen 2007, p. 70
  10. ^ Thoresen 2007, pp. 371–373
  11. ^ Thoresen 2007, p. 74
  12. ^ Thoresen 2007, p. 239
  13. ^ International Ski Federation. "Distance measurement". Retrieved 15 February 2011. 

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