Mühlenkopfschanze

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Mühlenkopfschanze
Mühlenkopfschanze
Willingen Mühlenkopfschanze Sauerland Ost 353 pk.jpg
LocationWillingen
Germany Germany
Opened1951
Renovated2000
Size
K–pointK-130
Hill sizeHS145
Hill recordFinland Janne Ahonen
(152.0 m in 2005)
Slovenia Jurij Tepeš
(152.0 m in 2014)

Mühlenkopfschanze is a ski jumping hill located in Willingen, Germany. The audience capacity is 35,000. With a K-point of 130 metres (430 ft), it is the largest ski jumping hill in the world, and holds World Cup events every year. The current hill record of 152 m (499 ft) was set by Janne Ahonen in 2005, which was equalled by Jurij Tepeš in 2014.

Coordinates: 51°16′30″N 8°36′55″E / 51.27500°N 8.61528°E / 51.27500; 8.61528