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RUSRUS-PLeninogorsk Лениногорск

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Tramplin:

K-Point: 70 m
Status: out of order
K-Point: 48 m
Plastic matting: yes
K-Point: 30 m
Plastic matting: yes
Further jumps: K15
Plastic matting: no
Status: operating
Coordinates: 54.607541, 52.437990 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The idea of building a ski jumping hill at Leninogorsk had been nurtured by local ski jumping enthusiasts for a long time and the impetus for its realisation came from the chairman of the municipal executive committee Mikhail Moriakov. The natural conditions of the forest park and the hilly terrain made the opening of the 30-metre facility possible in 1973 and in 1975 the 75-metre jump was inaugurated, moreover the jumping school started in parallel with this event. In 1978, the complex was enlarged with a 50-metre facility.
Leninogorsk produced several Olympians, the first being Nikolai Petrushin, who competed at the 1998 Nagano Olympic Games. Another was Ivan Panin, a Nordic combined athlete who participated in the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games. The third, and youngest, was Danil Sadreev, who has shown a talent for skiing since he was a child and achieved his greatest successes, including the most important one, a silver medal at the 2022 Beijing Olympics in the mixed team competition. Another multiple World Cup competitor, Roman Trofimov, is also from Leninogorsk.
Since its construction, the ski jumps at Leninogorsk have only been repaired once - in 2007. At that time, the Tatneft company spent about 10 million roubles to 'refresh' the K30 and K50 metre facilities. They are used to train beginner jumpers. When they reach a higher level, Leninogorsk no longer meets their needs, so they have to look for other places to train. The large ski jump has not been used for years, the landing hill is full of holes and the whole tower structure is bent.
On the wave of Sadreyev's success (it was the second Olympic medal ever won by a Russian jumper and the first in ski jumping in 54 years), the Tatarstan authorities declared financial support for the sport in Leninogorsk, and it was also considered what to do with the K70 facility. It was postulated that it should be demolished and a new one erected, but the estimated cost of such a project exceeded one billion roubles. A more realistic option is therefore to carry out basic repair works within a smaller budget of a few hundred million, so that the ski jump can be used at all. The plan is also to build two small facilities K10 and K5.

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