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K-Point: 110 m
Men Longest jump: 124.5 m (Bjørn Einar Romøren NOR, 1996)
Men Winter Hill record: 122.0 m (Pål Hansen NOR, 1996)
Inrun length: 81 m
Inrun angle: 36°
Take-off length: 6.5 m
Take-off angle: 10.5°
Take-off height: 4.6 m
Speed: 91.8 km/h
Landing angle: 39°
Hill certificate: Hill certificate
Conversions: 1938, 1949, 1962
Operating until: 1996
Status: out of order
Coordinates: 59.926309, 10.439346 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
K-Point: 40 m
Further jumps: K24, K12
Status: destroyed
Coordinates: 59.925131, 10.444275 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1928
Ski club: Bærums Skiklub
Coordinates: 59.926309, 10.439346 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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In Skui near Bærum, a western suburb of Oslo, Nordic skiing has a long tradition dating back to 1868. On March 18, 1928, Skuibakken was opened there and a first hill record of 67.5 m was set up. In 1938, the first reconstruction took place and 14,000 visitors came to the reopening of the ski jump.
For the NM 1950, Skuibakken was then rebuilt and with 83.5 m Hans Bjørnstad jumped a new record. At the end of 1950's, there were plans to expand the ski jump to a modern ski flying hill, but these plans were finally rejected and instead a conversion to a large hill took place. On March 24, 1963, 12,000 spectators attended the opening competition, where American John Balfanz set a new record of 95 meters. In 1965, the next Norwegian championship were organized by Bærums SK, followed by further NMs in 1968, 1971, 1975, 1979, 1985 and 1991.
In 1981 and 1983 World Cup competitions took place on the Skuibakken, in 1989 and 1990 snow shortage led to two cancellations. After the facility lost its FIS certificate in 1990, ski jumping operations were fading out and the last jumping competition in 1996 ended with a final record of 122 meters.

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Hill records K110 (Men):

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2)   Wikijunkie   wrote on 2013-10-13 at 15:32:


Eine komplette Liste der Schanzenrekorde findet sich unter
Vielleicht könnte man diese übernehmen?

1)   Fred   wrote on 2011-12-25 at 17:23:

Ist die K110 nun noch in Betrieb oder nicht? Denn im Text steht, dass der Sprungbetrieb langsam eingestellt wurde und das letzte Springen 1995 stattfand, oben bei den Angaben zur Schanze hingegen, dass sie noch "in Betrieb" sei. Oder bezieht sich das nur auf die kleineren Schanzen?

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