|Dates||12 – 12 February 1932|
The ski jumping competition was held on Intervales Ski-hill in Lake Placid which had been built in 1920 then expanded in 1927, increasing it to a 60-metre jump by installing a new steel tower, It had a K-Point of 61 m. 10,000 spectators watched an event that was only held due to the efforts of the organizing committee in moving large amounts of snow into the location.
|Large Hill, Individual, Men||Olympic||12 February 1932||34||10|
|34 (34/0)||10 (10/0)|
|Large Hill, Individual, Men||Birger Ruud||NOR||Hans Beck||NOR||Kåre Walberg||NOR|