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NORNOR-16Malvik

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Jervskogen:

K-Point: 47 m
Further jumps: K37, K27, K17
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1967
Conversions: 1990
Year of destruction: 2014
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Malvik IL

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The ski jumping facility at Jervskogen is situated some kilometres above the city centre of Malvik. Although the ski jumps look quite modern and good, they are hardly used for competitions.
On the photos both larger hills with inrun towers and the K27 natural jump can be seen.

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1)   Erving   wrote on 2019-05-25 at 15:17:

Demolished

Demolished in 2015

https://www.hommelvikski.no/portal/theme/organization/news/show.do?id=9287176

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