Ski Jumping

Soar through the air on your way to glory. Ski jumping always attracts a crowd and leaves them speechless, mesmerized, and with a smile on their face. Jumpers speed down the ramp, catapulting themselves up and out before softly landing on the hill below them. Aerodynamics play a huge role in the sport of ski jumping, which is why jumps are scored not only on distance but on technique as well.

Do you want to experience a bird's eye view? The US Ski & Snowboard Association (USSA) provides clubs for aspiring athletes to help them spread their skis and fly.

For information on ski jumping, contact Colin Delaney at


Friday, January 30

  • Training K48, & K90 – Olympic Jumping Complex (Meet in Upper parking lot)
  • Training K20, K48, & K90 – Olympic Jumping Complex (K20 meet in pool building, K48 & K90 meet in upper parking lot)

Saturday, February 1

  • K20 & K48 Training – Olympic Jumping Complex
    • Registration – Pool Building
  • K20 Competition – Olympic Jumping Complex
  • K48 Competition – Olympic Jumping Complex
  • K90 Competition – Olympic Jumping Complex

*All schedules are subject to change



There are no refunds of entry fees. While registering please double check the dates of compeition and qualification requirements needed to compete. In the case of a medical emergency, depending on the circumstances, a refund MAY be considered.

Any refund requests must be made in writing and sent to: Molly Mayer Event Director, ESWG, 2608 Main Street, Lake Placid, NY 12946