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Junior WSC and Universiade coming up

on 2011-01-26

This year the Nordic World Ski Championships at Otepää (Estonia) and Universiade student games with the new ski jumping hill at Erzurum (Turkey) are staged at the same time.

During the JWSC at Otepää the ski jumping competitions of specialized men and women, as well as Nordic Combined, will be hosted on Tehvandi ski jump from Thursday, January 27, 2011 onwards. After a very long planing phase the construction of the new plastic covered K90 (HS 100) ski jump started in 2006 and lay the base for the organization of JWSC. In January 2008 the ski jumping hill was inaugurated and meanwhile the hill record has reached 102 meters, performed by Estonia's Siim-Tanel Sammelselg.

On Friday, January 28, 2011, the Winter-Universiade at Erzurum in East-Anatolia is going to start. Already in 1940's winter sports activities in Palandöken ski resort have started and there was even s small ski jumping hill in the past. For the student games in 2011 a completely new ski jumping facility with K125 (HS 140), K95 (HS 109), K65, K40 and K20 was constructed from 2008 to 2010 in Kiremitlik Tepe directly opposite to the university.



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EST Otepää (Tehvandi)
TUR Erzurum (Kiremitliktepe)


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1)   Sebastian Neininger   wrote on 2011-02-28 at 17:25:

ERstaunliche werke

Diese Schanzen sind gigantische
Werke. Bitt baut so eine Schanze
auch auf jeden Quadratmeter der
Erde. Neuerdings steht die größte
Schanze der Welt nicht mehr in
Vikersund, sonder in Furtwangen
im Schwarzwald (Deutschland).
Auf dieser Anlage kann man bereits
1000000 Meter springen



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