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KAZAlmaty Алматы

Gorney Gigant

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Sunkar International Ski Jumping Complex:

Hill Size: HS 140
K-Point: 125 m
Men Winter Hill record: 145.0 m (Peter Prevc SLO, 2016-02-27, WC)
Men Winter Official hill record: 141.5 m (Severin Freund GER, 2016-02-28, WC)
Men Summer Hill record: 141.5 m (Anders Bardal NOR, 2013-09-20, SGP)
Men Summer Official hill record: 139.5 m (Jernej Damjan SLO, 2013-09-21, SGP)
Inrun length: 101.63 m
Inrun angle: 35°
Take-off length: 6.82 m
Take-off angle: 11°
Take-off height: 3.13 m
Speed: 95.6 km/h
Landing angle: 33.46°
Hill certificate: Hill certificate
Hill Size: HS 100
K-Point: 95 m
Men Winter Hill record: 105.0 m (Egor Usachev RUS, 2017-01-31, UNI)
105.0 m (Sergey Tkachenko KAZ, 2017-02-05, UNI-T)
Men Summer Hill record: 106.0 m (Kamil Stoch POL, 2010-09-26, COC)
Ladies Longest jump: 107.5 m (Sara Takanashi JPN, 2013-09-22, L-SGP)
Ladies Winter Hill record: 103.5 m (Nita Englund USA, 2016-02-28, L-WC)
Ladies Summer Hill record: 107.0 m (Sara Takanashi JPN, 2012-09-23, L-SGP)
Inrun length: 93.76 m
Inrun angle: 35°
Take-off length: 6.58 m
Take-off angle: 11°
Take-off height: 2.38 m
Speed: 90.4 km/h
Landing angle: 32.51°
Hill certificate: Hill certificate
Hill Size: HS 66
K-Point: 60 m
Men Summer Hill record: 66.5 m (Ilya Kratov KAZ, 2013-09-21, FIS)
66.5 m (Yevgen Marusyak UKR, 2013-09-22, FIS)
Ladies Summer Hill record: 68.5 m (Yurina Yamada JPN, 2013-09-20, L-SGP)
Take-off angle: 9.7°
Landing angle: 33.81°
Year of construction: 2013
Hill Size: HS 45
K-Point: 40 m
Men Summer Hill record: 43.5 m (Oleg Pavlenko RUS, 2013-09-22, FIS)
Ladies Summer Hill record: 43.0 m (Lidia Yakovleva RUS, 2013-09-22, FIS)
Year of construction: 2013
Hill Size: HS 25
K-Point: 20 m
Year of construction: 2013

Gorney Gigant:

K-Point: 70 m
Further jumps: K30, K20, K10
Plastic matting: no
Year of destruction: 2007
Status: destroyed

Gorney Gigant:

K-Point: 55 m
Further jumps: K45
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 1956
Conversions: 1964
Out of operation since: 2007
Status: destroyed
K55 (1956-2007)K50 (1945-1956)

Sunkar:

K-Point: 20 m
Further jumps: K14
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 2010
Out of operation since: 2014
Year of destruction: 2018
Status: destroyed
Coordinates: 43.212775, 76.929881 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: yes
Spectator capacity: 9,500
Year of construction: 2010
Status: operating
Ski club: CSKA Almaty
Coordinates: 43.213417, 76.932945 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The first K50 hill at Gorny Gigant district in Almaty (then called Alma-Ata) was built just after II World War by local pioneers Alexander Stepanov, Sergei Girzhen and Pavel Chulok, who earlier also built the ski jumps in Kamenskoye Plato. In 1956, the hill was modernized and enlarged to K55 after Eduard Chuprov's initiative. In 1964 it got plastic mattings, which really helped local jumpers to improve their skills. Two years later this ski jump even hosted the summer USSR ski jumping championships.
Together with Kazakhstan's capital Astana Almaty was hosting the Asian Winter Games in 2011 and for this occasion the old Gorney Gigant ski jump was replaced by a modern ski jumping facility with two new ski jumping hills K125 and K95. The around 37m Euro expensive facility was planned by Werner Schertel from Warmensteinach in Germany.
Construction works began in fall 2007 and the new hills could be inaugurated in September 2010. Both Continental Cup competitions on September 25 to 26, 2010, won Kamil Stoch. The new jumps are equipped with spectator stands for around 10,000 people and a lift, formerly Kazakh ski jumpers still had to climb the K70 hill by foot.
In 2013 beside the two competition hills K125 and K95 three junior hills K60, K40 and K20 could be completed. All hills of “Sunkar International Ski Jumping Complex” are equipped with plastic mattings and hosting Grand Prix events in summer.
Applications of Almaty for the Olympic Winter Games 2014 and 2022 did not succeed, but the Winter-Universiade 2017 was held there.

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14)   Marco   wrote on 2017-02-02 at 10:17:

Neuer Schanzenrekord auf der K 95 (HS 106): Egor Usachev (RUS) 31.01.17 (Universiade), 105,0 m

13)   Marco   wrote on 2016-02-27 at 11:27:

Sara Takanashi (JPN) mit neuem Winter Frauenrekord auf der K95: 103,0 m

12)   Marco   wrote on 2013-09-29 at 22:07:

okay, sorry!

11)   Artur   wrote on 2013-09-29 at 21:35:

@Marco

Sara Takanashi had fall during L-SGP competition in Almaty 23.09.2013 in her jump on 107.5 m.

10)   Marco   wrote on 2013-09-29 at 20:48:

Auf der Schanze HS 106 hat sich der Sommerrekord geändert! Sara Takanashi (JPN) verbesserte am 22.09.2013 im Rahmen des GP ihren alten Rekord vom 23.09.2012 um 0,5 m auf 107,5 m. Bitte ändern...!

9)   skisprungschanzen.com   wrote on 2012-09-25 at 21:29:

Official hill record

The situation is a bit strange, but since the FIS result lists state it as "GP Hill Record", we should consider the 138.5 m of Kranjec as "official hill record".

8)   Artur   wrote on 2012-09-23 at 08:50:

Oficjalny rekord skoczni

Skoro uznawać skok z serii treningowej jako oficjalny rekord, to wówczas nie można brać pod uwagę wyniku 134 m Fannemela sprzed roku gdyż w oficjalnych treningach przed LGP 2011 najpierw 134 m uzyskał Tomas Zmoray, następnie 134,5 m Vladimir Zografski.

Ogólnie chodzi o to, że wynik Kranjca na 138,5 m został uznany jako GP Hill Record tylko z tego względu, że pierwotnie miała to być seria kwalifikacyjna, ale jako że na starcie pojawiło się tylko 46 zawodników to tę serię zastąpiono trzecim treningiem.

7)   Artur   wrote on 2012-09-22 at 22:44:

Skok Roberta Kranjca na 138,5 m

Skok Roberta Kranjca na 138,5 m nie jest oficjalnym rekordem skoczni, bo został oddany podczas oficjalnego treningu (3 seria), więc nie może zostać uznany.

6)   Artur   wrote on 2011-12-14 at 23:32:

@Foresss

Zależy kto jak do tego podchodzi. Można traktować oficjalny rekord jako najdalszy skok podczas oficjalnej próby konkursowej w zawodach najwyższej rangi. Z drugiej strony można go traktować jako najdalszy skok podczas oficjalnej próby w zawodach różnej rangi. Wszystko zależy od włodarzy na danej skoczni i jak oni to rozpatrują. Mówienie o oficjalnym rekordzie tylko w przypadku zawodów najwyższej rangi jest moim zdaniem trochę nie fair względem zawodników skaczących na niższym szczeblu. Każdy powinien mieć możliwość ustanowienia rekordu skoczni.

5)   Foresss   wrote on 2011-12-14 at 18:33:

@Oficjalny letni rekord skoczni

Również pozycja z oficjalnym letnim rekordem skoczni na K95 powinna być całkowicie usunięta. Treningi i konkurs PK są traktowane tak samo, a LGP tam nie rozgrywano. Tak więc powinien zostać tylko letni rekord skoczni 106m Stocha.

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