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Snow Ruyi National Ski Jumping Centre:

Hill Size: HS 140
K-Point: 125 m
Total height: 136.2 m
Hill Size: HS 106
K-Point: 95 m
Total height: 114.7 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: yes
Spectator capacity: 10,000
Year of construction: 2020
Status: under construction
Coordinates: 40.908538, 115.465691 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

During the 128th IOC session at Kuala Lumpur on July 31, 2015 the XXIV Olympic Winter Games in 2022 were awarded to Beijing. For the very first time a city will become host of both Summer and Winter Olympic Games (in 2008 and 2022, respectively). The master plan of the organizing committee planned to stage the snow sports competitions in the region of Zhangjiakou city, which is located in Heibei province around 180 km north-east of Beijing. With an altitude of more than 1500 meters, Zhangjiakou is already now a winter sports destination with a number of ski ressorts. Nevertheless, for the Winter Games almost all sports venues have to be built from scratch.
The Nordic Winter Sports Centre will be constructed near Guyangshu village, including a ski jumping facility. The costs of the Olympic ski jumping hills only were originally estimated at more than 60 million US dollars. The architectural design of the ski jumps is resembling a Ruyi scepter, a Chinese talisman, which is why the facility is being called "Snow Ruyi". At the jump head there will be a 40 meter high, circular viewing platform with a diameter of 80 meters that will include a panoramic restaurant.
Construction phase of the ski jumping venue started in 2017 and was supposed to be completed already in 2019. However, due to the unconventional location of the ski jumping hill in a well inbetween two hills the ellaborate works will likely only be completed in 2020, just ahead of the Olympic test events. After the Games they shall serve as a national training centre, potentially also including to be built junior hills.

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3)   Cateyes   wrote on 2020-06-17 at 22:32:

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They look great. They should build a ski flying hill there.

2)   Jacob Lettl   wrote on 2020-04-01 at 12:23:

Snow Ruyi National Ski Jumping Centre

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen.
I am a master student of the faculty of architecture at the University of Applied Sciences Aufgsburg, Germany.
For my master’s degree I am analyzing the ski jump of the 2022 Olympic Games.
Unfortunately i can only find little informations about the projekt.
I wouled be very pleased if i couled get more detailed informations about the Snow Ruyi National Ski Jumping Centre. I would be particularly happy if I could be provided with rough architectural plans or if I could get in touch with someone who can give more detailed informations about the building.

I would be very glad to get a reply.

Your sincerely,
Jacob Lettl

1)   Sweet   wrote on 2019-01-17 at 16:51:

Skocznie zostaną oddane do użytku na zimę 2019.

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