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Top 5 most iconic Olympic Ski Jumps | Top Moments

Enjoy the most iconic moments in the Olympic history of Ski Jumping including Espen Bredesen (NOR) at Lillehammer 1994, Andreas Haugen (USA, Chamonix 1924), Finland's Toni Nieminen at Albertville 1992, Kazuyoshi Funaki (JAP) at Nagano 1998 and Simon Ammann's performance (SUI) at the Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City 2002.

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Top Olympic Ski Jumping Style Scores of All-Time | Top Moments

Enjoy this look back at the highest Olympic Ski Jumping Style scores of all time! Featuring jumps from across the history of the Winter Olympics Games from some of the most iconic athletes in the discipline, such as Noriaki Kasai, Espen Bredesen, Kazuyoshi Funaki and more!

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Jan Boklöv - 1988/1989

Summary of Boklöv's world cup winning season - 1988/1989
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How Ski Jumping was Invented. [History of Ski Jumping]

Welcome to How This Sport was Invented. This week's video is about Ski Jumping. You will learn everything from first jump to measure and score. Hope you will like this video. If you like to see more video for any other sport please subscribe my channel. Thanks to watching, cheers ;))

Matti Nykänen Wins Every Ski Jump Gold - Calgary 1988 Winter Olympics

Matti Nykänen made his Olympic debut at the 1984 Sarajevo Winter Games where he won by the largest margin in Olympic history. He also earned a silver medal on the normal hill.

At the 1988 Calgary Winter Games, he astonishingly improved on his 1984 performance. He won the normal hill event by a decisive 17 points, won the large hill by 16.5 points and led Finland to victory in the inaugural team event.

This earned him a place in the record books as the first ski jumper to win multiple gold medals at the same Olympic Games.

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V-style jump by Lars

The second jump by Lars.

Highlights | Dominant Althaus takes LH win and Lillehammer Triple | FIS Ski Jumping

The in-form German scores 308.2 points with jumps of 138.5 and 139.5 metres on the way to a second straight World Cup win and the top spot in the Lillehammer triple. Norway's Lundby and Japanese ace Sara Takanashi claim podium spots.

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Ski Jumping originated in the 18th century, back then farmers in the Norwegian province of Telemark used small hills on alpine slopes for short jumps. With time, the interest and the enthusiasm for this new discipline rose and Ski Jumping became a sport of its own. Today Ski Jumping is one of the most popular disciplines in winter sports. Around the world fans gather to watch athletes soar through the air at competitions. At the moment this fascinating sport is practiced in about 20 countries on the World-Cup level. Ski jumping was added to the Olympic winter schedule in 1924.

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As the governing body of international skiing and snowboarding, FIS manages the Olympic disciplines of Alpine Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing, Ski Jumping, Nordic Combined, Freestyle Skiing and Snowboarding, including setting the international competition rules. Through its 116 member nations, more than 6'500 FIS ski and snowboard competitions are staged annually.

How to Train for Ski Jumping with No Snow ft. Taylor Fletcher | Olympians' Tips

Nordic combined skier Taylor Fletcher demonstrates the slow imitation technique for ski jumping in-runs that can be done using a chair.

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Maren Lundby | Ladies' Large Hill | Oberstdorf | 1st place | FIS Ski Jumping

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Emmanuel Chedal - 81m - Chamonix 06.12.1998 K95 - Ski Jumping - World Cup Debut

Emmanuel Chedal has turned 36 today. Happy Birthday!

Ski Jumping - World Cup - Season 1998/1999

Emmanuel Chedal - 81m - 1st round - Chamonix 06.12.1998 K95 - World Cup Debut

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Families of ski jumpers

Families, children and girlfriends of ski jumpers
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Funaki, Kazuyoshi - 132.5m - Nagano 1998 [16:9]

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1998.2.15
Olympic Winter Games in Nagano
Ski-jumping K120 Individual
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Kazuyoshi Funaki - 132.5m - 2nd Round
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Antti Hyvärinen Cortina d’Ampezzo 1956 Ski Jumping Skispringen

Antti Abram Hyvärinen (21 June 1932 – 13 January 2000) was a Finnish ski jumper and coach. He competed at the 1952 and 1956 Olympics in the normal hill event and finished in seventh and first place, respectively, becoming the first non-Norwegian ski jumper to win an Olympic gold medal. In 1956 he also served as the flag bearer for Finland at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics[1] and won the jumping event at the Holmenkollen Ski Festival. While preparing for the 1958 World Championships, Hyvärinen fell and broke his hip, which resulted in an early retirement in November 1957. From 1960 to 1964 he worked as the head coach of the Finnish ski jumping team

Hyvärinen oli ensimmäinen suomalainen mäkihypyn olympiavoittaja, voitettuaan kultaa talvikisoissa Cortina d'Ampezzossa 1956. Siihen asti norjalaiset olivat voittaneet kaikki olympiakisojen mäkihyppykilpailut. Cortinassa Hyvärinen oli ensimmäisellä kierroksella vasta neljäs 81 metrin mittaisella hypyllään, toisella kierroksella hän teki pisimmän 84 metrin hypyn alemmalta lähtölavalta. Hopeaa sai Hyvärisestä kaksi pistettä taakse jäänyt Suomen Aulis Kallakorpi ja pronssia Itä-Saksan Harry Glaß.

Rovaniemellä syntynyt Hyvärinen hyppäsi ensimmäisiä kertoja Ounasvaaran mäestä jatkosodan talvina. Vuonna 1951 hän sai hopeaa nuorten sarjassa Suomen mestaruuskipailussa. Vuoden 1952 olympialaisissa Hyvärinen oli seitsemäs ja Falunin MM-kisoissa 1954 yhdeksäs. Lahden MM-hiihtoihin 1958 hän ei päässyt kaaduttuaan marraskuussa 1957 Ounasvaaran mäessä ja jouduttuaan lonkkamurtuman vuoksi jättämään koko talven kilpailut väliin. Myös Keski-Euroopan mäkiviikolla Hyvärinen koki kovia: Oberstdorfin kisassa joulukuussa 1955 hän kaatui menettäen tajuntansa, mutta talvi jatkui paremmissa merkeissä, sillä olympiavoiton lisäksi Hyvärinen nappasi ykkössijan Holmenkollenin mäkikisassa. Helmikuussa 1955 hän voitti Cortinan olympialaisten esikisat[1].

Hyvärinen valittiin Vuoden urheilijaksi vuonna 1956.[2] Helmikuussa 2017 hänet nimettiin Hiihtomuseon pohjoismaisten hiihtolajien kunniagalleriaan.[3]

Seuratasolla Hyvärinen edusti Ounasvaaran Hiihtoseuraa, jonka puheenjohtajanakin hän myöhemmin toimi. Ainoan Suomen mestaruutensa hän saavutti vuonna 1954. Samana vuonna hän hyppäsi Planicassa koko uransa pisimmän hypyn, 105 metriä. Vuosina 1960–1964 hän oli Suomen Hiihtoliiton mäkivalmentajana.

Antti Hyvärisen veljenpoika Pekka Hyvärinen voitti mäkihypyn Suomen mestaruuden vuonna 1977.

Ski Jumping airborne and earthbound - 27th Winter Universiade 2015 - Strbske Pleso/Osrblie (SVK)

The tracks of the hill run under the skis and lead you to the edge. The ground is just few meters below. Your heart skips a beat when you take off and fly towards the arena which opens in front of you, wide and white, with thousands of people cheering and screaming your name. Our cameras take you with the athletes.

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Hot ski jumpers

...by me!!! :D
I hope you like my video (my first video on YouTube)
I love ski jumping and I love the jumpers :D
So enjoy...
And comment cause I need to know your opinions.
tnx :)

PS: You wouldn't believe, but I'm from Croatia. Yeah, even here someone likes ski jumping.
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COOL VIDEO!! Little ski kids do HUGE jumps and tricks in terrain park

Freestyle skiers and brothers Max (aged 10) and Hugo (aged 8) show off a few tricks at the beginning of 2014/15 season in the terrain park at Northstar California. They hit the rails, boxes and jumps with 40 ft kickers including 360, switch and grabs.
They are in Faction Dillinger skis and Smith Optics goggles and helmets. Hugo's boots are Dalbello. Max's boots are Technica.
The song is Wings by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. Thank you.

Maren Lundby | Gold Medal | Ladies' NH | Seefeld | FIS Nordic World Ski Championships

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Takanashi unstoppable on the large hill | FIS Ski Jumping

The Japanese superstar won the large hill competition on traditional Holmenkollen and she has now won 10 events in a row after sweeping the Austrian stage in Hinzenbach.

Ski Jumping originated in the 18th century, back then farmers in the Norwegian province of Telemark used small hills on alpine slopes for short jumps. With time, the interest and the enthusiasm for this new discipline rose and Ski Jumping became a sport of its own. Today Ski Jumping is one of the most popular disciplines in winter sports. Around the world fans gather to watch athletes soar through the air at competitions. At the moment this fascinating sport is practiced in about 20 countries on the World-Cup level. Ski jumping was added to the Olympic winter schedule in 1924.

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FIS:
As the governing body of international skiing and snowboarding, FIS manages the Olympic disciplines of Alpine Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing, Ski Jumping, Nordic Combined, Freestyle Skiing and Snowboarding, including setting the international competition rules. Through its 116 member nations, more than 6'500 FIS ski and snowboard competitions are staged annually.

Salisbury Winter Sports Association Alpine Ski Jumping Jumpfest 2010

Took a day trip to Salisbury, CT to see 14 ski jumpers compete in the Salisbury Ski Jump Invitational. The goal for this round was to hit the $100 target. The closest jumper won the $100 prize.

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