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Haraldreina

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Kråka:

K-Point: 4 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 2019
Status: operating
Ski club: IL Nybrott
Coordinates: 63.462736, 10.975811 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The works for building the smallest plastic ski jump in Norway already began in 2017, but had to be interrupted due to complaints of the neighbors. Finally, the politics, namingly the county governor approved the application of the ski club IL Nybrott. Even though the plastic secures a all-year-long use of the ski jump, the main goal is to jump during the winters and also hosting competitions. The use of the ski jump is secured by the fact that a school and kindergarden are just around the corner. The hill was opened in May 2019, in October there was also an event where Norwegian head coach Alexander Stöckl and Daniel-André Tande appeared.

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