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Normal Hill Individual
Large Hill Individual
Women first competed in ski jumping at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
Only one ski jumper has ever received a perfect set of style points in Olympic competition. Japan's Kazuyoshi Funaki got 20.0 from all 5 judges on his second jump in Nagano 1998.
The longest ski jump so far was set by Austrian Stefan Kraft at 253.5 metres on March 28, 2017 in Norway.
Ski jumpers aim to land their jumps at the K point, also known as the calculation line. If they land on the line, they get 60 points. For every metre short or beyond the line, they lose or gain points.
There are five judges who give can give a full score of 20 points based on flying, landing and style.
Canada hasn't won any medals in ski jumping yet — our best finish so far has been 7th place in 1988 in Calgary.