40 Photos - Mar 14, 2011
Photo: The largest ski jumping hill in the world, Vikersund HS225, during World Cup 2011Photo: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Thomas Morgenstern, who secured the World Cup 2010-2011 victory in VikersundPhoto: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Simon AmmannPhoto: The "King of Vikersund", Johan Remen Evensen. Given the title after having set two new world records during training and qualifiaction on Friday, with 243 and 246,5 meters. In The World Cup competion, he won on Saturday, together with Schlierenzauer, and came in second on Sunday.Photo: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Tom HildePhoto: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Gregor Schlierenzauer, who won both days (sharing the 1st place with Johan Remen Evensen in the first competition).Photo: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Johan Remen Evensen - the new holder of the world record of 246,5 metersPhoto: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - The judge's towerPhoto: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Anders JacobsenPhoto: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Anders JacobsenPhoto: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Stefan ThurnbichlerPhoto: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Some of the jumpers gained considerable height even in this new hill, designed for "low flying" compared to old fashioned ski jumping hillsPhoto: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Vegard Swensen, who made the first test jump in the new ski flying hill. Here in the trial round in the World Cup competition.Photo: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225Photo: World Cup Ski flying Vikersund HS225Photo: Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Test jumping (Andreas Vilberg)Photo: Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Test jumping (Sigmund Hagehaugen)Photo: Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - One of the trial jumpers (Stian Skinnes) ready at the top during testing of the hill, before the World Cup competition started later the same dayPhoto: Vikersund Hill Size 225 metersPhoto: Vikersund HS225 - the inrun and the judge's towerPhoto: Vikersund HS225, the world's greatest ski flying hill, floodlit during test jumping before the first World Cup event, which was the first competition after the complete rebuilding in 2010-2011Photo: Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Test jumping (Joachim Hauer)Photo: Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - Test jumping in the new hill before the World Cup event (Joachim Hauer)Photo: Ski flying Vikersund HS225Photo: Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - The inrun and the jumpPhoto: Ski flying Vikersund HS225 - The start gates in the world's largest ski jumping hillPhoto: Sommerhopping i Gjerpenkollen, Drammen - på vei ned tilløpetPhoto: World Cup skiflyging i Vikersund - Simon AmmannPhoto: World Cup skiflyging i Vikersund - Dimitry VassilievPhoto: Prøvehopper slipper bommen under World Cup i skiflyging i VikersundPhoto: Prøvehopping i skiflygingsbakken i Vikersund, før World Cup-helgenPhoto: Lønnberget hoppsenter, RaufossPhoto: Treningsøkt i Vikersund K-105Photo: Kveldsøkt i Vikersund K-105Photo: Ungt talent i 90'en på LillehammerPhoto: SiljePhoto: HolmenkollenPhoto: Point of no return! (Holmenkollen)Photo: Lysgårdsbakkene - OL-bakkene på LillehammerPhoto: Hopprenn i Ringkollen