K-Point Ski Jumping


K-Point Ski jumping is as the title says, 2D Ski jumping game. 34 Real Life based hills Career mode Physics based Mouse controls Online Hill Records

Frequency asked questions and rumours

When was K-Point Ski Jumping released?

K-Point Ski Jumping was released on 24 Jan, 2020

Who was the developer that made K-Point Ski Jumping?

Marcin Dzienniak were the developers that made K-Point Ski Jumping

What is the max score on ski jumping?

The score of each judge evaluating the style can reach a maximum of 20 points. The jumping technique has evolved over the years, from jumps with the parallel skis with both arms pointing forwards, to the “V-style”, which is widely used today.

How do Points work in ski jumping?

Competitors are awarded 60 points (normal and large hills) and 120 points (flying hills) if they land on the K-point. For every meter beyond or below the K-point, extra points are awarded or deducted; the typical value is 2 points per meter in small hills, 1.8 points in large hills and 1.2 points in ski flying hills.

What is the high ski jump called?

Ski jumping at the Winter Olympics
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What is the GB ski jump record?

The current record holder is Mani Cooper, whose longest jump is 77m at the FIS Alpen Cup in Seefeld, Austria, December 2020. Cooper competes in the Nordic Combined discipline.

How is the score calculated in ski jumping?

Competitors are awarded 60 points (normal and large hills) and 120 points (flying hills) if they land on the K-point. For every meter beyond or below the K-point, extra points are awarded or deducted; the typical value is 2 points per meter in small hills, 1.8 points in large hills and 1.2 points in ski flying hills.

How is ski long jump scored?

The overall scores of each jumpers jumps are added and the top 30 competitors progress to the next round. The 30 competitors each make two more jumps with the scores of each added up. The jumper with the highest number of points is declared the winner.

How do they score ski jumping in the Olympics?

Competitors are awarded 60 points (normal and large hills) and 120 points (flying hills) if they land on the K-point. For every meter beyond or below the K-point, extra points are awarded or deducted; the typical value is 2 points per meter in small hills, 1.8 points in large hills and 1.2 points in ski flying hills.

What is the K-point in ski jumping?

Each hill has a target point for landing, known as a “K” point. The K-point is where the steepest part of the hill ends and slope starts to flatten out. The K-point on a normal hill is 90 meters, referred to as (K90) which is measured from the end of the take off to where the hill begins to flatten out.5 Feb 2022

Who is the best ski jumper ever?

Matti Nykänen

What is the big ski jump called?

Ski jumping at the Winter Olympics
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What do wind points mean in ski jumping?

The wind score is calculated based on the strength and direction of the wind at the time any athlete jumps. If conditions help the jumper go a bit father – like if there’s a strong headwind that can give them more lift – points are deducted. If conditions are likely to slow them down, points are added.11 Feb 2022