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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.
|Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze is a ski flying arena and the second largest ski jumping hill in the world located near Oberstdorf. It was opened 1950 and rebuild 1973.|
The arena is named after the architect of the 1950 arena, Heini Klopfer. It was made of wood. He was also the architect of the Olympic Arena, Dauphine, of the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble.
|Gross-Titlis-Schanze (en: Large Titlis hill) is a ski jumping venue in Engelberg, Switzerland. It is named after the local mountain of Titlis. It is a regular venue in the FIS Ski jumping World Cup.|
|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).
|Letalnica is a ski flying hill located in Planica, Slovenia. It's the biggest jumping hill in the world, sometimes called "the mother of all jumping hills".|
If you notice it has a map quirk. The hills arend alligned with eachother.
The first ski jumping hill was constructed before 1930 at the slope of the Ponca mountain. In 1934 Stanko Bloudek constructed...
|Wave jumping jet ski off the Maroochy river mouth.||10/21/2009||1,388|
|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||719|
|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...
|The gray land here looks like a seal jumping out of water. (Picture the green parts as the sky, and the blue water is, well, the ocean.)||02/18/2009||524|
|The UPC-Arena (formerly Arnold Schwarzenegger-Stadium) in Graz, Styria, Austria, is the home of the football clubs SK Sturm Graz and Grazer AK.
|Long Island Arena (also commonly known as the Commack Arena) was a 4,000-seat indoor arena in Commack, New York from 1959 until 1996. The Long Island Ducks of the Eastern Hockey League, a popular team in the small community, called the Arena home from 1959 until the league folded in 1973, one year after the New York Islanders came into existence. The Long Island Cougars (an affiliate of the WHA...||12/31/2011||305|
|HemisFair Arena was an indoor arena, located in San Antonio, Texas, United States.|
It was home to the NBA's San Antonio Spurs, from 1973 to 1993 and the San Antonio Force, of the AFL, during the 1992 season, their only year of existence.
The Houston Rockets also played home games at the arena during the 1972-73 NBA season.