|Hill Size:||HS 117|
|Hill record:||124.5 m (Kim René Elverum Sorsell , 2010-11-21, Norge)|
|Ladies' hill record:||122.0 m (Daniela Iraschko-Stolz , 2009-12-12, L-COC)|
|122.0 m (Daniela Iraschko-Stolz , 2010-12-12, L-COC)|
|Inrun length:||91.4 m|
|Take-off length:||5.95 m|
|Take-off height:||2.6 m|
|Year of construction:||1988|
|Ski club:||Vikersund IF, Vikersund Skiklubb|
Vikersund is a small village at Tyrifjorden 80 km north of Norway’s capitol Oslo. Since the foundation of Vikersund IF in 1894 until 1935 the ski club had been hosting its ski jumping competitions on six different ski jumping hills. In 1984 a committee was announced, whose target was to find a well located hill for a new ski jump near Vikersund. This new ski jumping hill, which was opened with an 86 meter jump of Reidar Andersen, was inaugurated in February 1936.
This ski jumping hill was enlarged into a ski flying hill in 1964/65 and is still the only one in Scandinavia. Over the years a complete ski jumping facility was established beside which includes the practising jumps K65, K45, K25, K15 and K10.
For the Norwegian Championships in 1989 the normal hill K90 was constructed and afterwards regularly used for Continental Cup competitions of men and women.
In August 2008 the enlargement works of this HS 100 ski jump into a K105 (HS 117) started for around 4 million Euros and already in November the new large hill could be inaugurated. Additionally a new multipurpose building was constructed at the outrun. Since then "Stor Vikersundbakken" has been used for many national and international competitions.