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Tramplin:

K-Point: 120 m
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 2003
Status: destroyed
Hill Size: HS 100
K-Point: 90 m
Men Winter Hill record: 103.0 m (Ilmir Hazetdinov RUS, 2012-01-28)
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1964
K-Point: 60 m
Plastic matting: yes
Conversions: 2013
Further jumps: K40, K26, K3
Plastic matting: yes
Status: operating
Ski club: CSK Lokomotiva Ufa

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History:

The 90 meter ski jumping hill of Ufa was constructed in 1964 and seems a bit adventurous with its inrun tower which gives a home to the sports school, too.
In 2003 a new 120 meter jumping hill should be constructed, but after the inrun tower with its futuristic capsule was completed, the whole construction works stopped. In spring 2010 new efforts were made in order to complete the jump construction and renovate the whole facility and first estimates for the complete conversion costs were around 500,000 Euro. However, these plans have been abandoned and instead the halfway-completed ski jump has been demolished and removed in April 2016.
Due to several serious accidents the three junior jumping hills K60, K40 and K26 were closed for ski jumping in end of 2012. Only by August 2013 the ski jumps were re-opened and a competition was carried out on the only plastic covered hill K26, after a commission verified their safety.

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6)   Julian   wrote on 2016-07-05 at 09:07:

K 120

Laut google earth wurde der Rest der K 120 komplett abgerissen, vielleicht für einen Neubau?

5)   Joel   wrote on 2016-02-12 at 00:53:

Ufa Großschanze

Hey,
wie siehst denn mit Ufa aus, wisst ihr was neues in Sachen Umbau der Großschanze?
Wenn ihr ein kurzes, kleines Update machen würdet, wäre das cool

Dankeschön :-D

4)   greg   wrote on 2013-08-31 at 09:50:

małe skocznie

Pod koniec 2012 roku na małych skoczniach treningowych w Ufie doszło do kilku wypadków i kontuzji młodych zawodników. Skocznie zostały zamknięte aż do sierpnia tego roku, kiedy to specjalna komisja ministerialna zweryfikowała dokonane remonty i poprawki. Po inspekcji obiektów skocznie K-60, K-40 i K-26 (różnica z danymi na stronie) zostały ponownie dopuszczone do treningów i organizacji krajowych zawodów narciarskich.

3)   Eric2022   wrote on 2012-03-02 at 22:30:

In folgendem Artikel ist Ufa aber als kommendes Projekt genannt: http://www.spox.com/de/sport/mehrsport/wintersport/1202/News/walter-hofer-sieht-die-zukunft-des-skisprung-im-osten-20-nationen-draengen-geld-ohne-ende.html

Zudem würde es mich interessieren, was es mitder Anfrage aus Georgien auf sich hat.

2)   skisprungschanzen.com   wrote on 2012-02-20 at 20:27:

Diese Video aus dem Juli 2011 macht wohl wenig Hoffnung, dass die Schanze jemals vollendet wird: www.youtube.com/watch?v=PABOPTmE8Nk

1)   Eric2022   wrote on 2012-02-19 at 19:46:

Wie siehts aktuell mit der Renovierung der Schanzen und Vollendung der Großschnaze aus? Könntet ihr da bitte ein Update machen?

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