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Converted Langen­wald­schanze to be opened

on 2011-01-01

Since spring 2010 the former K90 (HS 96) ski jump of Schonach in Black Forest has been converted and enlarged. Now the new ski jumping hill is going to be inaugurated on Wednesday, January 5, 2011.

Since the homologation of the old hill profile of the Langenwaldschanze K90 expired in 2010, the ski jumping hill had to be renewed in order to secure the organization of the Nordic Combined World Cup in Black Forest.

After only half a year of conversion time from spring to winter 2010 and 2.25m Euro of construction costs the new K95 ski jump could be completed. With a new hill size of 106 meters the normal hill ski jump should allow jumps on around 110 meters. So far the record distance is 102.5 meters, set up by Todd Lodwick during World Cup of Nordic Combined in 2005.

Before the first official competitions with World Cups of Nordic Combined and Ladies Continentalcups will be hosted on the weekend of January 8 and 9, 2011, the ski jumping hill will be inaugurated on Wednesday 2011-01-05 on 15.00.



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