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Ski jumping at the 2018 Winter Olympics – Who will win Men's large hill individual?

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Ski jumping at the 2018 Winter Olympics and men's large hill individual

As far as ski jumping goes, the four events take place during February 10 and 19 during the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang in South Korea. As an old Norwegian sport, ski jumping goes all the way back to the 19th century. But it wasn't until 1924 that ski jumping became a part of the Olympic games. These days, the event is truly a given and is always popular amongst the crowd.

In large hill, the construction point must be above 100 meters and the hill size must be at least 110 meters. During this years Winter Olympics, the jumps will take place February 17 between 21:30 and 22:24. Since the Alpensia Ski Jumping Center has been rebuilt to quite a large extent, the winter games might prove to offer unexpected events.

When men's large hill individual is being judged, there will be five judges looking at each and every jumpers length and style. The jump that scores the lowest points will not be counted. So it's always the highest scoring jump that contributes to the skiers total amount of points. Just as the other events, large hill individual puts a great demand on the skiers abilities to be both airborne for a long time and make a stylish landing. The minimum lengths of the skies is 250 cm, which means that the skier must have a great ability to keep the balance. Since each opportunity comes with two jumps, there is only a slight window of opportunity when it comes to adjusting technique.

Ski jumping really is one of the most popular events during the Winter Olympics. And with the inclusion of a ladies event, more people than ever are engaged in this daring and technical event.