Ski jumping

Top 10 Longest Ski Jumps 2016

Updated list after Vikersund 2016.

Ski Jumping Recap | Winter Olympics 2018 | PyeongChang

See all the biggest stories and performances from the Ski Jumping events at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. Including gold medal runs from Andreas Wellinger, Kamil Stoch, Maren Lundby & more!

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Top 3 Olympic Ski Jumping appearances

Having been featured at every Winter Olympic Games, we take a look at the athletes who have made the most Ski Jumping appearances.

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Worlds Longest Ski Jump 246m

The Worlds Longest Ski Jump With a range of 246m

Ski Flying (and crashing) - Ski Jumping at its best (and most dangerous)

Ski flying from a competition in the '80s. Some bad accidents but also some great jumps! Please watch until the end to see the world record jump. It's magic.

Największa prędkość na progu w skokach narciarskich?! Skijumping Q&A #08

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World Record Ski Jump - 255 Foot Cliff

Jamie Pierre drops a 255 foot cliff to set a world record at Grand Targhee, Wyoming.

Top Longest 10 Ski Jumps 2017 - The Insane Year

Finally, this is the updated list after Planica 2017. As many didn`t like the soundtrack of the old top 10 video, I used a more pumping song combination this time. I`d like to thank you for your support, you made it possible that this channel could grow so big. At this point SportForEddy is one of the biggest Ski Jumping channels and I never thought that this Youtube project would become so successful.This will probably be my last video for quite a while.
Music: The Poodles - Seven Seas - Reach The Sky


My buddy Erik and i came up with a crazy idea: try ride a mountain bike downhill course on a BMX. We nailed it!! We came to the bottom and there was a huge skijump there, and we had to check it out!


ski jumping world records from year 1966 - 2011.

Adam Malysz 225m Planica 2003

First song: Green day, Boulevard of broken dreams
Second song: Metallica, Whiskey in the jar

SKI JUMPING: Oberstdorf, GER - Men’s HS137 Qualification

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The "Comaneci" of Ski Jumping Gets The First Perfect 20s | Olympics on the Record

Like Nadia Comaneci in Montreal 1976 achieved the Perfect 10 in Gymnastics, Kazuyoshi Funaki found fame and ski jumping perfection with 5 perfect 20s on home snow en route to Olympic gold medal at the Nagano 1998 Winter Olympics.

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Ski Jumping - Men's Large Hill - Final - Stoch Wins Gold | Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics

Daily Report - Highlights of the Men's Ski Jumping Large Hill final from the RusSki Gorki Jumping Centre as Poland's Kamil Stoch wins the gold medal at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games.

Medal Winners:
Gold: Kamil Stoch (POL)
Silver: Noriaki Kasai (JPN)
Bronze: Peter Prevc (SLO)

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Basics Of Jumping On Skis

In this tutorial, we're going to be focusing on the basics of jumping to give the foundation park skills you need to progress to the next level.

Get The Feeling Of Jumping
Before going to an actual jump, stand in your ski boots and jump straight up and down. You want to feel your shins against your boots and pop up off your toes.

Small Jump
Now find yourself a small jump that you feel comfortable with. Something with little to no gap to the landing will be perfect. Speed check the jump first. This is when you ski up to it and stop right at the takeoff to get an idea of the speed required. Also, make sure no one is behind you when you do this cause you can definitely wreak some havoc in the park with this little maneuver.

Keeping your hands in front of you is crucial for all forward landing tricks but timing is an equally important aspect of jumping. Ideally you want to be fully extended right at the lip of the jump.

Stepping It Up
Once you feel comfortable with the smaller jump, try stepping it up a notch. Find a jump that has a little bit of a distance between the takeoff and the landing. Do another speed check and watch others hit the jump first to get an idea of how much speed you need. It's important to have enough speed to clear the knuckle, especially bigger jumps.

Once you feel comfortable with bigger jumps start adding grabs, shifties and carving into the jump. This will make you a better skier and definitely add style to your skiing.

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Matt Chojnacki Attempts Illegal Ski Jump

Matt Chojnacki attempts Quad-quad Aerial.

SKI JUMPING: Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GER - Men’s HS142 Qualification

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The Ski Jumping Tech for Training without Snow | The Tech Race

This ski jumping technology allows athletes to train without snow, turning ski jumping into a sport accessible all year round. 

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Ski Jumping | How They Train | TIME

TIME follows Nordic-combined athlete and Olympic silver medalist Todd Lodwick up a very tall ski tower in Lake Placid, New York, to see how he's training for the winter Olympics in Vancouver.
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Season is over | FIS Ski Jumping

Now the athletes start some days of well deserved rest. How this feels? Have a look and have fun...:-)
The short movies were taken during the FIS Ski Flying World Championships in Oberstdorf