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Tremplin Olympique aux Launes:

Hill Size: HS 89
K-Point: 86 m
Men Winter Hill record: 92.5 m (Didier Mollard FRA, 1996-03-10, COC)
Take-off angle: 10°
Landing angle: 36°
Year of construction: 1937
Status: out of order

Tremplin de la Condamine:

K-Point: 40 m
Year of construction: 1930
Status: destroyed
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Ski club: Alp’Azur-SdF

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History:

On March 9, 1930 at Beuil the Tremplin de la Condamine was inaugurated, whereby a competition between the best French ski jumpers around Martial Payot and the Norwegians Ole Bohn and Emil Petersen, as Luternauer from Switzerland took place. During this tournament distances between 30 and 50 m were jumped.
The opening of the Tremplin Olympique at Les Launes took place on 1937-02-21. Norway’s Rolf Kaarby jumped the first hill record with 58 m. There further international competitions took place and the ski jump was further enlarged. In 1990’s ski jumping at Beuil was declining and so both Euro Cup competitions (today COC) on March 9 and 10, 1996 were the larger event on this ski jumping hill. Didier Mollard, who won both competitions, set up the last hill record with 92.5 m at this occasion.

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