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Hollywood Bowl

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Hollywood Bowl:

K-Point: 30 m
Men Winter Hill record: 36.6 m (120 ft) (Olaf Telleffsen USA, 1935)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1935
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Viking Ski Club of L.A.
Coordinates: 34.112782, -118.338631 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

There had been several temporal ski jumping hills in the Californian metroplois of Los Angeles from 1930's to 1960's.

The first ski jumping hill was built up in 1935 in the open air event centre “Hollywood Bowl”. Therefore tons of snow were transferred to the city from the mountains by trucks . Winner of the day in class A was Olaf Telleffsen from the local Viking Ski Club with a distance of 120 feet.
Among the competitors was Johnny Elvrum, who held the American ski jumping record of 240 feet.

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2)   Leszek   wrote on 2010-12-11 at 21:15:

Hollywood Bowl

Miało być 120,0 ft

1)   Leszek   wrote on 2010-12-11 at 21:13:

Hollywood Bowl

W pozycji rekord skoczni powinno być chyba 129,0 ft a nie 120,0 m

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