Who Won the Gold Medal for Men's Ski Jumping Normal Hill?

Men's Normal Hill Ski Jumping

Normal hill ski jumping became a medal sport at the Winter Olympics in 1964.

In normal hill ski jumping the calculation line is between 260–330 ft. Jumpers can reach distances of up to and over 360 ft.

The latest gold medal winner in 2014 was Kamil Stoch of Germany. Simon Ammann of Switzerland won in 2010 and 2002.

Year Gold Medal Country Score
2014 Kamil Stoch Poland 278.0 pts Details >>
2010 Simon Ammann Switzerland 276.5 pts Details >>
2006 Lars Bystøl Norway 266.5 pts Details >>
2002 Simon Ammann Switzerland 269.0 pts Details >>
1998 Jani Soininen Finland 234.5 pts Details >>
1994 Espen Bredesen Norway 282.0 pts Details >>
1992 Ernst Vettori Austria 222.8 pts Details >>
1988 Matti Nykänen Finland 229.1 pts Details >>
1984 Jens Weißflog East Germany 215.2 pts Details >>
1980 Toni Innauer Austria 266.3 pts Details >>
1976 Hans-Georg Aschenbach East Germany 252.0 pts Details >>
1972 Yukio Kasaya Japan 244.2 pts Details >>
1968 Jiří Raška Czechoslovakia 216.5 pts Details >>
1964 Veikko Kankkonen Finland 229.9 pts Details >>
1960 Helmut Recknagel Germany 227.2 pts Details >>
1956 Antti Hyvärinen Finland 227.0 pts Details >>
1952 Arnfinn Bergmann Norway 226.0 pts Details >>
1948 Petter Hugsted Norway 228.1 pts Details >>
1936 Birger Ruud Norway 232.0 pts Details >>
1932 Birger Ruud Norway 228.1 pts Details >>
1928 Alf Andersen Norway 19.208 pts Details >>
1924 Jacob Tullin Thams Norway 18.960 pts Details >>