It seems people are thinking of different measurements. For instance, Jamie Pierre has jump over a 200 ft cliff and skied away from it (not just exploding the landing by landing on the hip), I think his goal was something like 250 feet this year, not sure if he made it.
However, when talking about distances with jumps you have to consider the type of jump, the height difference between the takeoff and landing, and the speed required to make the landing. Furthermore, as shown with Simon Dumont's jump, sometimes people rather dramatically overshoot the landing and travel a great deal past the landing, however, because a terrain park jump is measured as the distance from takeoff to knuckle, even though Simon clearly traveled around 200 feet, it was only an 85 ft tabletop. Some of the Superpark jumps have been over 100 feet, but again, that is from takeoff to knuckle, the distance they actually travel is not usually measured or taken into account, I don't think anyone is nuts enough to go for a 200 ft table/gap (horizontal feet as mentioned above). Wasn't the gap that Mike Wilson tried to clear a record attempt at 140 ft gap jump (his ensuing reckage and injury report is in MSP's Yearbook)?