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The Olympic ski jumps of 2014

on 2007-06-11

Where the ski jumping competitions of 2014 Winter Olympics will be hosted: A short presentation of the ski jumping facilities which are part of the PyeongChang, Salzburg and Sochi bids for the 2014 Winter Games.

On July 4, the IOC will decide in Guatemala City, where the Olympic Winter Games 2014 will be arranged. Three candidates have endured the past selections and are now struggling to win the IOC member’s favour. It seems that South- Korean Pyeongchang now has the best chances to get its bid accepted, but Salzburg in Austria and Sochi on the Russian Black Sea coast are still running for the Olympics. Here is a brief presentation of the schemes for the three Olympic ski jumping facilities:

Pyeongchang: Alpensia Jumping Park in Pyeongchang

The “Alpensia Jumping Park“ situated above the applicant city Pyeongchang on 759 m MSL shall include both Olympic hills K125 and K98, as well as three plastic covered junior jumping hills K60, K35, K15. All in all the ski jumping stadium could accommodate 26,000 spectators, thereof 11,000 seats. The overall costs for the whole facility with futuristic inrun tower would be around 50 million Euros and according to the bid book the works will be done until 2008.

Salzburg: Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze in Bischofshofen

As the major part of sports facilities of the application of Salzburg, the world- famous Paul-Ausserleitner-Schanze at Bischofshofen already exists, too. The K125 ski jumping hill situated on 610 m MSL was already modernized in 2003 and as well as the 25,000 accommodating Sepp-Bradl-Stadion it only needs little effort to keep it up-to-date. This works would be done in 2010 for totally around 10 million Euros and also a temporary 95 meter jump would be constructed.

Sochi: National Ski Jumping Centre in Krasnaya Polyana

At Krasnaya Polyana in Caucasus Mountains, about 50 km north-east of Sochi, the snow sports of an Olympiad 2014 would be hosted. For ski jumpers a Russian national ski jumping centre with jumps K120, K90, K60, K40, K10 would be created, which could host up to 15,000 spectators and, of course, would serve for education of young jumpers. For around 35 millions Euros the sports facilities would be completed until 2012.

Ski Jumps:

KOR PyeongChang
AUT Bischofshofen (Sepp Bradl-Skistadion)
RUS Esto-Sadok (RusSki Gorki Jumping Center)


Sochi 2014



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