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Chautauqua

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Chautauqua Mesa Ski Jump:

K-Point: 30 m
Men Winter Hill record: 29.9 m (98 ft) (1949)
Further jumps: K15
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1948
Year of destruction: 1952
Status: destroyed

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History:

At Chautauqua Mesa, located below the landmark of Boulder, the three Flatirons rocks, Harris Thompson set up a small ski lift in 1948. One year later Steve Bradley, ski coach at University of Colorado, added tow ski jumping hills. The hill record of 98 feet was set up by a student from Denver during a competition with CU students and US Olympic athletes in January . The skiing area was only used until 1952 due to unsteady snow conditions. The alpine slopes were shortly revived in 1962.

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