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|This is the ski jump arena in Innsbruck used for the Winter Olympics 1964 and 1976 and since 1952 it scene for the annual new years tournament in Germany (Garmish-Partenkirchen and Oberstdorf) and Bischofshofen in Austria.|
The new constructed arena was opened 2003.
|How many people knows there is a ski jump arena in Denmark? Well, there is actually one north of Copenhagen.|
This ski jump arena was constructed 1942-43 by Copenhagen Ski Club named after the famous one in Oslo, Norway, the Holmenkollen and had a K-point of 15 meters and the longest jump shold be 20 meters.
The first event was in february 1943. It was in use until mid 195...
|The new Vogtland Ski Jump Arena in Klingenthal.|
The construction began 2003 and was compleeted 2006 and the first jumping competition was held september 2006 with a ski jump event won by polish jumper Adam Malysz with jumps of 131.5 und 135.5 meters (433 and 444 feet).
Links with photos and information (in german only).
|The Ski jump arena in Sapporo - Japan.||09/29/2005||354|
|In Harrachov is the 4th of 5 ski flying arena in the World. You see it to the right side. |
The other ones are in Kulm (Bad Mitterndorf, Austria), Vikersund (Norway, Oberstdorf (Germany)and Planica (Slovenia).
The complex also have 4 normal arenas.
|The Große Olympiaschanze (German for big olympic hill) is a ski jumping hill located in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. It is named for the 1936 Winter Olympics which were held there. A world cup competition is held there every year on January 1, as a part of the Four Hills Tournament.|
April 14th. 200 it was demolished and a new one is being build and should be compleeted for the new yea...
|With Biathlon shooting-range, ski-jump hills, and bobsleigh and luge track. On the bobtrack you can try bobsleigh at summer. The ski-jump hills are used for the Worldcup in the nordic combined: ski-jump and cross-country.||04/19/2006||412|
|Home to a heck of a high bungi-jump! (And railing to prevent those who wish to jump without attachment from doing so...)||09/23/2005||389|
|Lanxess Arena (originally Kölnarena, German for Cologne Arena) is an indoor arena, in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The arena opened in 1998 and can accommodate 20,000 people.
It is primarily used by VfL Gummersbach (team handball), Kölner Haie (ice hockey), and as a concert venue.
The arena is spanned by a steel arch supporting the roof via steel cables. The height of t...
|Holmenkollen is a hilly area in the outskirts of Norway's capital Oslo (within the city's area proper). Along with Lillehammer, Holmenkollen serves as a national and World Cup status venue of Nordic skiing, including its famous, eponymous, ski jump arena, as well as venues for cross-country (XC) skiing, Nordic combined (cross-country skiing and ski jumping), and biathlon (cross-country skiing a...||08/06/2005||742|
|Aloso called Dauphine. It was build by german ski jump architect Heini Klopfer for the 1968 Grenoble Winter Olympics.|
After the Olympics it was only used 2 times for World Cups, 1980 and 1981. 1990 it was closed and is slowly falling apart.
|The UPC-Arena (formerly Arnold Schwarzenegger-Stadium) in Graz, Styria, Austria, is the home of the football clubs SK Sturm Graz and Grazer AK.