During an aerial ski event, skiers take turns flying off a ski jump to perform aerial figures; each competitor performs two jumps.
Wide, relatively flat area where the skier can stop safely.
Steep slope at the bottom of which the skier lands; wood chips are spread over the track to help the jumper see the ground.
Stand reserved for judges who evaluate the jumper’s start, form and landing quality.
Flat area on which several ski jumps of variable height and inclination are constructed; the skier’s choice of ski jump depends on the jump to be executed.
Flat ski jump that is used for jumps that combine fixed positions or horizontal rotations.
Curved ski jump that is used for jumps that combine twists or somersaults.
Slope on which the jumper generates the speed needed for takeoff; the athlete can choose the starting point on the inrun.
Each of the wind flags set up at regular intervals on the inrun so that the jumper can see the starting point.