Salpausselkä (ski jump)

Salpausselkä is a ski jumping venue in Lahti, Finland. It forms part of a larger sports complex, which also includes the Lahti Ski Museum. The hills are K116, K90, K64, K38, K25, K15, K8 and K6.[2]

Salpausselkä
Lahti skijumps.jpg
The ski jumping hills
LocationLahti
Finland Finland
Coordinates60°59′00″N 025°37′46″E / 60.98333°N 25.62944°E / 60.98333; 25.62944Coordinates: 60°59′00″N 025°37′46″E / 60.98333°N 25.62944°E / 60.98333; 25.62944
OperatorLahden Hiihtoseura
Opened1977
Size
K–pointK-90
K-116
Hill sizeHS97
HS130
Hill recordPoland Kamil Stoch
(103,5 m in 2017)
Norway Johann André Forfang
(138 m in 2017)
Spectator capacity60,000[1]
Top events
World Championships1978, 1989, 2001, 2017
The ski jumps in summer, the outlet area of the large ski slope is used as a swimming pool

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "60 000+ Stadiums". World Stadiums. Retrieved 24 October 2012.
  2. ^ "Lahti". Ski Jumping Hill Archive. Archived from the original on 25 December 2011. Retrieved 25 December 2011.

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