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Persløkka

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Persløkkabakken:

K-Point: 30 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1908
Year of destruction: 1955
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Kongsberg IF

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History:

Konsgberg has a great tradition in ski jumping, Its sportsmen gained 3 Olympic Gold Medals (2x Birger Ruud and 1x P. Hugstedt), several silver and bronze and many WSC titles.

The first ski jumps at Kongsberg were made on March 7, 1909 on Persløkka ski jump. This ski jumping hill was used until 1950’s.


Hvittingfoss Hoppbakken, K38.5, constructed 1986
Åsbakken, K28, K14, constructed 1978
Bromyrbakken, K19, constructed 1968
Jonsekollen, K16, constructed 1965
Gravenkollen, K15, constructed 1946

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