Athlete who practices ski jumping; the ski jumper takes part in individual (large jump, normal jump) and team (large jump) events.
Device used to fasten the boot to the ski; the heel is left free so that the ski jumper can lean forward during flight.
Ski without edges that is longer and wider than an alpine ski; its bottom has lengthwise grooves that provide stability in a straight line.
ski jumping boot
Boot that is more flexible than an alpine ski boot; it provides good ankle support while allowing forward flexion.
Covering for the hand and wrist that protects them against the cold and snow in the event of a fall.
Hard piece of equipment designed to protect the head.
ski jumping suit
Skintight one-piece garment whose thickness and air permeability are regulated.