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Edward Gignac Memorial Ski Jump:

Hill Size: HS 67
K-Point: 55 m
Further jumps: K35, K15
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1946
Conversions: 1968
Year of destruction: ca. 1988
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Middlebury College & Ski Club
Coordinates: 43.938084, -72.957295 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The first trails and slopes of Middlebury College Snow Bowl between Middlebury and Hancock in Vermont were created by college students and local citizens in 1934-38. Since then the "Winter Carnivals" have been held. In 1936, the 50-meter "Edward Gignac Memorial Ski Jump" was constructed. Furthermore, there was a 15-meter hill and the 35-meter ski jump was probably added in 1968. In 1961 and 1973, Middlebury College organized the NCAA college ski championships with ski jumping at the Snow Bowl. The ski jumping hills were probably deconstructed in late 1980s, but the alpine skiing area is still operating.

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