Utah Olympic Park Jumps

The Utah Olympic Park Jumps is a ski jumping venue at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City, Utah, United States. It is a venue in the FIS Ski jumping World Cup, and the host of 2002 Winter Olympics.

Utah Olympic Park Jumps
Olympic Park
Tramplin Stork
LocationUtah Olympic Park
Park City, Utah
United States United States
Opened2001
Size
K–pointK-90
K-120
Hill sizeHS100
HS134
Hill recordGermany Sven Hannawald
(99.0 m in 2002)
Poland Adam Malysz
(133.5 m in 2001)
Top events
Olympics2002

Salt Lake City won its 1995 bid to host the 2002 Winter Olympics, and plans were developed to expand the park. On October 9, 1997 SLOC approved the plan to spend an additional $48 million to upgrade and expand the recently completed park. The plans called for replacing and moving the existing 90-meter ski jump, and building a brand new 120-meter jump.

Coordinates: 40°42′32″N 111°33′36″W / 40.7088°N 111.5599°W / 40.7088; -111.5599