There are amazing jumps this Friday, March 11, 2022, and the entire weekend from Vikersund World Ski Flight Championship. World championships are made by March 10-13, 2022 held in Norway. The races continue today after qualifying with the individual jump of the greatest opportunity in the world.
- how does he see Timetable for the 2022 World Ski Flight Championship in Vikersund?
- When will which competitions live on TV TRANSPORT?
- And where is it actually? World record for ski flights?
The following is an overview of all the information related to the 2022 World Ski Flying Championship:
What is the program for the 2022 World Ski Flight Championship?
After qualifying on Thursday, it is Friday Men’s individual jump in the program. Here is the exact Schedule for the World Ski Flight Championship:
- Thursday, March 10, 2022: 15:50 – Qualification
- Friday, March 11, 2022: 4:30 p.m. – Individual races 1st and 2nd round
- Saturday, March 12, 2022: 4.30 p.m. – Individual races (2nd and 3rd round)
- Sunday, March 13, 2022: 4:30 pm_ team match
Live TV broadcast from the World Ski Flying Championship
There is good news for fans of this spectacular sport. All races of the 2022 Ski World Flying Championship will take place at Free live TV. The transmission rights have the ARD secured. ONE free live streaming will also be available at sportschau.de.
Results at the 2022 World Ski Flying Championship
champion’s defender Karl Geiger has backed up its ambitions for the Vikersund World Ski Flying Championship with a good qualification. The 29-year-old flew 221.5 meters at the “Monster-Bakken” in Vikersund and finished sixth. The winner of the qualifying round on the biggest hill in the world holds a world record Steven Kraft from Austria, which sailed at 230.0m. Constantin Schmid in eighth place and Andreas Wellinger in tenth place also had strong performances. Markus Eisenbichler, third in Geiger’s 2020 triumph at Planica, followed in 13th place.
World record for ski jumping: how far is the longest ski jump?
The World record for ski flights was created by the same ski jump in Vikersund, which is also used for jumps in this World Ski Flying Championship. Austrian Stefan Kraft set a record distance. He graduated on March 18, 2017 the biggest ski jump ever and lands at 253.5 meters.
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