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Husebybakken:

K-Point: 20 m
Men Winter Hill record: 22.0 m (Sveinung Svalastoga NOR, 1881)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1879
Year of destruction: 1891
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Christiana Skiklub

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History:

On February 12, 1879 the first competition "Husebyrennet" was organized by Christiana Skiklub on Kastellbakken at Oslo was hosted. Jon Hauge from Morgedal was winner of the concurrency and Olaf Haugann set up a new world record with 20 meters. Two years later Sveinung Svalastoga managed to improve world record again with his 22 meters.
But then in 1891 this ski jumping hill renamed Husebybakken was given up, because in January 1892 5 km further north Holmenkollen was inaugurated, which is still today popularly used. In the place of former Husebybakken today a reminding bronze board shall keep the heritage of the origins of ski jumping.

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