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Camp Fortune

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Lockeberg Ski Jumps:

K-Point: 60 m
Men Winter Hill record: 67.5 m (Horst Bulau CAN, 1979-03-11)
Further jumps: K25, K10
Year of construction: 1933
Conversions: 1947 & 1959
Status: destroyed

Fred Morris Memorial Ski Jumps:

K-Point: 40 m
Further jumps: K26, K10, K5
Year of construction: 2004
Status: operating
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Ski club: Ottawa Ski Club, Camp Fortune Ski Club

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History:

The first ski jump of Ottawa Ski Club in the skiing area of Camp Fortune was built up in 1933. This Lockeberg Ski Jump belonged to the best ones in Eastern Canada, because jump on more than 60 meters were possible there. In 1947 the ski jumping facility at Camp Fortune was further enlarged, after the original jumps of OSC in Rockcliffe Park were given up. In 1959 the landing hill of the ski jump collapsed and so the hill was completely converted into K67 and additionally a new inrun tower built up. Finally in 1966 the Lockeberg Ski jump was certified by the FIS and in February 1967 8,000 spectators watched the reopening competition. Winner was Sweden’s Sjöberg with 202 feet in front of Zbynek Hubač and Jiri Raška from ČSSR.
From 1960 to 1965 the smaller ski jumping hills at Camp Fortune were built up. Then on Lockberg Ski Jump several Canadian championships and international competitions took place.
Then in 2001 people started to relive ski jumping tradition at Camp Fortune again. First a K5 and K10 pupil’s hill were built, afterwards a K25 jump and in 2004 the K40 hill was completed. If financials can be get together, a large 60 meter hill will be built, too.

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1)   Eric2022   wrote on 2012-05-05 at 08:05:

Bei Campf Fortune Ski Jumping steht auch, das die Lockeberg Ski Jumps Anfang der 90-er Jahre aufgegeben worden, das kann noch ergänzt werden. Wie im Text steht, wurden die neuen Schanzen nicht alle 2004 gebaut, ich schlag mal vor wie man das ändern kann:

Fred Morris Memorial Ski Jumps:
K-Punkt: 40 m
Baujahr: 2004

K-Punkt: 26 m
Baujahr: 2002

K-Punkt: 10 m
Baujahr: 2001

K-Punkt: 5 m
Baujahr: 2001

Status: in Betrieb
Weitere Schanzen: nein
Matten: nein
Verein: Ottawa Ski Club, Camp Fortune Ski Club



Aber gibt es die Schanzen überhaupt noch? Schließlich ist die Website lange nicht mehr aktualisiert worden und bei den Kanadiern startet kein Springer für den Ottawa Ski Club, auch nicht wenn man bei Springern mit Jahrgängen 1998, 1999 und so schaut. Da müsste doch auch mal einer nachkommen.

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