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Hill Size: HS 140
K-Point: 123 m
Men Longest jump: 150.5 m (Gregor Schlierenzauer AUT, 2009-12-06, WC)
Men Winter Hill record: 146.0 m (Simon Ammann SUI, 2009-12-06, WC)
146.0 m (Markus Eisenbichler GER, 2023-03-16, WC)
Men Summer Hill record: 146.0 m (Bendik Jacobsen Heggli NOR, 2020-09-09)
Women Winter Hill record: 143.0 m (Sarah Hendrickson USA, 2012-11-30)
Women Winter Official hill record: 141.5 m (Maren Lundby NOR, 2019-03-11, L-WC-Q)
Inrun length: 101.16 m
Inrun angle: 34°
Take-off length: 6.1 m
Take-off angle: 11.1°
Take-off height: 3.35 m
Speed: 91.8 km/h
Landing angle: 34.5°
Hill certificate: Hill certificate
Conversions: 2006
Coordinates: 61.126085, 10.489814 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
K123 (2006-...)K120 (1992-2006)


Hill Size: HS 98
K-Point: 90 m
Men Winter Hill record: 107.5 m (Karl Geiger GER, 2013-12-06, WC-MIX)
Men Summer Hill record: 106.0 m (Marius Lindvik NOR, 2020-09-09)
Women Winter Hill record: 104.5 m (Ema Klinec SLO, 2013-12-07, WC)
Women Summer Hill record: 106.5 m (Daniela Iraschko-Stolz AUT, 2010-09-11, L-COC)
Inrun length: 86.82 m
Inrun angle: 35°
Take-off length: 6.1 m
Take-off angle: 11.2°
Take-off height: 2.76 m
Speed: 87.76 km/h
Landing angle: 34.5°
Hill certificate: Hill certificate
Plastic matting: yes
Conversions: 2015
Coordinates: 61.125760, 10.489587 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
K90 (2015-...)K90 (1992-2015)

Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: yes
Spectator capacity: 50,000
Year of construction: 1992
Conversions: 2006, 2015
Status: operating
Ski club: Lillehammer Ski Club, Søre ÅI IL
Coordinates: 61.126085, 10.489814 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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The first Lysgårdsbakken ski jump at the foot of 521-meter high Kanthaugen hill was built already in 1901-1902 and inaugurated on February 15, 1930. The first hill record was set at 26.5 meters. In 1909 the first Hovedlandsrennet (at that time the NM) was held there. The longest jump was 30 meters. Further NM were held there in 1927 and 1948. Furthermore, in 1939 the Winter World University Games were held at Lillehammer. In 1964 ski jumping activities ended and in 1966 the inrun structure collapsed.
Instead, in 1972 the new Balbergbakken was inaugurated, where even a World Cup competition was staged in 1984. This large hill was originally planned as a site for the Olympic Winter Games in 1994, but due to the immense conversion costs it was decided to return back to Lysgård. Then, the two Lysgårdsbakkene K120 and K90 hills of Lillehammer were completed in December 1992. Since 1993, World Cups have been taking place regularly on Lysgårdsbakken and Lillehammer is usually the third stop of the Nordic Tournament or Raw Air.
Originally only the 90-meter hill was covered with plastic mattings, but in spring 2007 also the K123 ski jump was equipped with mattings, after being newly profiled in 2006. Now, both ski jumps have a porcelain inrun trail, too. The K90 was last modernized in 2015.

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Hill records K123 (Men):

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17)   Eberhard Jurgalski   wrote on 2024-03-19 at 17:53:

A bit mixed

Forfang won the male competition and the female Kvandal, Johannson was disqualified. Please correct. :-)

16)   Peder Fiske   wrote on 2016-12-27 at 00:18:

The longest jump is not listed

On the same day of the hill record, December 6 2009, Gregor Schlierenzauer from Austria jumped 150.5 meters and fell. This is unofficially the longest jump in Lillehammer.

15)   Michał Dadej   wrote on 2011-11-26 at 16:30:


Nie wiem, ale chyba ktoś już zmienił, bo nie widzę tego błędu.

14)   Artur   wrote on 2011-11-26 at 13:58:


Ale jak teraz patrzę, ten sam błąd przy skoczni K123.

13)   Artur   wrote on 2011-11-25 at 09:07:

Parametry skoczni K90

Przy skoczni K90 pomylone są jej parametry, wysokość progu z nachyleniem progu.

12)   Michał Dadej   wrote on 2011-10-22 at 12:17:


Oczywiście masz rację Artur. Dzięki wielkie za wyjaśnienie.

11)   wrote on 2011-10-22 at 11:50:

Rian: round cancelled

Since the whole round was cancelled, that jump counts as if it never happened. I think we shouldn't consider it as a "fallen record"

10)   Artur   wrote on 2011-10-21 at 21:16:

Espen Rian - 145 m

Specjalnie dla Ciebie zgrałem skok Riana na 145 m z VHS i wrzuciłem na YouTube. Skok był ustany.

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9)   Artur   wrote on 2011-10-21 at 20:01:


Tak dla jasności. Stefan Thurnbichler 28 listopada 2009 roku startował tutaj w zawodach Norges Cup. Konkurs wygrał, jednak po pierwszej serii zajmował dopiero 12. pozycję, skoczył wprawdzie 142 m, ale skoku nie ustał. W finale dołożył jeszcze dwa metry (144), skok ustał, ustanowił nowy rekord skoczni i zdołał wygrać konkurs z dużą przewagą nad Ljoekelsoeyem.

8)   Artur   wrote on 2011-10-21 at 19:54:

I Rian i Thurbichler ustali swoje skoki. A upadki zaznaczacie na czerwono.

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