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RUSRUS-PPavlovo Павлово

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Tramplin:

K-Point: 50 m
Further jumps: K30, K10
Plastic matting: no
Year of destruction: 2013
Status: destroyed
Coordinates: 55.955580, 43.038043 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In the second half of the 1950s, a 50-metre ski jumping hill started to operate in the town of Pavlovo, situated 90 kilometres south-west of Gorky. Together with the 10-metre and 30-metre facilities built there, it formed a fully-fledged sports complex, where beginners as well as members of the regional national team could train. The imposing structure blended in well with the landscape of the south-western outskirts of the town, and the expressions "near the ski jump" and "under the ski jump" were regularly used by the locals to describe the location of various events. But the development of ski jumping in Pavlovo, as well as in the whole region of Nizhny Novgorod, stopped in the 1990s. A lack of funding left the complex unattended: Its technical condition deteriorated to the point where it could be a danger for people. Soon the jumps were abandoned and in 2013 they were completely demolished.
Interestingly, the demolition occurred at the same time that the regional government announced plans to restore the Nizhny Novgorod ski jumping hill complex in order to create a training base for ski jumpers, remembering how famous Nizhny Novgorod was in this area. For example, at one point the K-110 facility built at the regional centre in 1958 was considered the largest in the country. Local politicians declared a commitment to the development of both mass and professional sport, but this did not mean support for skiing in districts and places like Pavlovo.

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