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NORNOR-34Øystre Slidre

Storefoss

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Storefoss Hoppbakke:

K-Point: 57 m
Further jumps: K32, K19
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1975
Conversions: 1987
Operating until: ca. 2010
Status: out of order
Ski club: Øystre Slidre IL
Coordinates: 61.128669, 9.077822 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In Storefoss and Heggenes in the municipality of Øystre Slidre, skiing has probably been going on since around 1930. The Storefossbakken ski jumping facility was built in 1975 and was operated by Øystre Slidre IL. Presumably, the ski jumping activities were discontinued in the early 2010s. The sports club is best known for its cross-country skiing and biathlon activities with the World Cup events in Beitostølen.

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2)   skisprungschanzen.com   wrote on 2020-12-01 at 21:32:

AW: zwei parallele Schanzen?

Ja, es sieht so aus als wäre parallel auf der K32 & K57 gesprungen worden. Die beiden Schanzen hatten nicht exakt den selben Hang. Dazwischen sieht man ja die Flutlichtmasten und die Orientierung ist leicht unterschiedlich - siehe Bild 6.

1)   Thomas Binder   wrote on 2020-11-26 at 10:33:

zwei parallele Schanzen?

Bild 5 sieht für mich so aus, als habe es zwei parallele Schanzen gegeben und es sei auch zeitgleich auf beiden gesprungen worden (s. Blickrichtung der Weitenrichter oder was die Herren dort machen).

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