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  • Add to my SkiindexAndover Outing Club
  • Our Proctor ski jumps come in sizes for everyone! From the novice on the K10 to the more experienced on the K38, a jumper in the AOC program can train and steadily progress with great confidence. Strong Alpine skiers make GREAT jumpers so bring over your six to thirteen year old bomber!
  • Add to my SkiindexCopper Peak Unofficial
  • This website is no longer an official source of information about Copper Peak. Owned by former volunteers, it was developed as a service to the sport of ski jumping, part of the process of rebuilding an awareness of the sport in North America. Copper Peak is the only ski flying hill in the western hemisphere.
  • Add to my SkiindexEastern US Ski Jumping
  • An excellent source for information related to ski jumping. It's maintained by Don West, a Masters Class jumper from Plattsburgh, New York. Comprehensive in content, lots of great links, this is a site to browse when you can take the time to really explore.
  • Add to my SkiindexFlying Eagles Ski Club
  • The Flying Eagles Ski Club has been in existence since 1931. The junior club is companion to the Eau Claire Ski Club. It is open to children to age 18. The complex has 5, 10, 20 & 40 meter hills and a chalet to prepare & warm up in.
  • Add to my SkiindexFord K Sayre Memorial Ski Council
  • Serves skiers and children of the Upper Connecticut River Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont. The Council traces its Beginnings to Ford and Peggy Sayre, skiing pioneers who began offering skiing lessons to children in 1936. Since that time, the program has expanded to serve over 500 children of all abilities and interests.
  • Add to my SkiindexIola Winter Sports Club
  • A non-profit organization that exists to promote the winter sports of cross country skiing and ski jumping. Our focus is on family recreation. We are very proud to be able to introduce children to the sport of skiing, both cross country and ski jumping.
  • Add to my SkiindexIshpeming Ski Club
  • Ski jumping club located on Suicide Hill in Ishpeming, Michigan. Suicide Hill remains quite competitive in nature, keeping its rich history alive, and adding to its ranks newer generations destined to take their spot in historical annals and archives.
  • Add to my SkiindexJenni's U.S. Ski Jumping Team Website
  • Although this site is maintained in Germany by Jenni Schomberg, it features the U.S. Ski Jumping team, with profiles of individual jumpers. Includes news, interviews, links, poll, guestbook and more.
  • Add to my SkiindexLeavenworth Ski Hill Ski Jumping
  • So far we are only jumping on the "D" hill, behind the lodge, however we hope someday to be able to restore the larger hills and watch the jumping program continue to grow. It's not nearly as scary as one might think and it's loads of fun. There are kids as young as 7 jumping and adults as old as 72. Come out and join the fun.
  • Add to my SkiindexMacKenzie-Intervale Ski Jumping Complex
  • Come and see some of the top North American ski jumpers perfect their art on the K90 and K120 hills winter and summer. In summertime, the adjacent Kodak Sports Park enables aerial skiers to practice their technique by jumping into a 750,000 gallon pool.
  • Add to my SkiindexNational Sports Foundation
  • Promotes & encourages the ski jumping and nordic combined sports at the Utah Olympic Park. The club provides organized training, development programs and sanctioned competitions in a positive and healthy environment. We strive to create programs that attract and retain youth in sports which may lead to national teams participation.
  • Add to my SkiindexNorge Ski Jumping Club
  • The Norge Ski Club is the oldest continuous ski club in North America. We’ve been in the air since 1905, almost as long as the Wright Brothers! Meetings are year-round on the first and third Tuesdays of every month at 8PM in the club house on the Norge Ski Club grounds. We have a very active junior program, with ages ranging from 4 to 16 years.
  • Add to my SkiindexPine Mountain Ski Jumping
  • Pine Mountain, rated as a 120 meter hill, is the size of what they refer to as the "large hill" in an Olympic competition. There is an annual tournament at Pine Mountain, and they draw top international competitors.
  • Add to my SkiindexPlanica Ski Jumping World Cup Event
  • Planica is the western most valley in the northwest part of Julian Alps. It is also refferred to as The valley under Ponce or the valley of ski jumps. At its end it traverses into one of the most beautiful parts of Slovenia - Tamar.
  • Add to my SkiindexReinhard Schwarzenberger Ski Jumping Page
  • I'm a 18-year-old girl from Finland and I'm a great fan of Reinhard Schwarzenberger and Damon Hill. And that's why I decided to do pages about ski jumping and formula one, my idols in the main parts.
  • Add to my SkiindexSalisbury Winter Sports Association
  • SWSA, a Salibury tradition for 77 years, this all volunteer organization has promoted ski jumping and in recent years, downhill and cross country skiing. SWSA has continually improved its snow-making capability to insure that the Eastern National Ski-Jumping Championships take place each year.
  • Add to my SkiindexSki Jump International v3
  • Ski Jump International v3 is a realistic ski jumping game designed for the PC platform. There are two versions of the game available; the limited shareware version which can be freely downloaded from these pages, and the full registered version which can be purchased from the author at a low price.
  • Add to my SkiindexSki Jumping Canada
  • SJC is the national sport governing body for ski jumping in Canada.
  • Add to my SkiindexSki Jumping Central
  • It's our mission to promote the sport of ski jumping across a diverse audience: families, communities, spectators, competitors, clubs, sponsors, and media. We provide news and links of regional, national and international interest about these "frequent flyers!"
  • Add to my SkiindexSki Jumping in Minocqua
  • Our club has a group of enthusiastic junior jumpers and a solid learner's program. We have three jumps: 5 meter, 17 meter and 35 meter. You can click here for a picture of both of the larger jumps. Please come back and visit our website again!
  • Add to my SkiindexSki Jumping Ottawa
  • Ski jumping in Canada, with a directory of jumps in North America. Site focuses on the small ski jumps in Ottawa. Nordic Ski Jumping is a fun and exciting sport. Despite this, ski jumping in Canada is not a popular sport.
  • Add to my SkiindexSki-Mail
  • German site, but if you click "English" on the home page, most of the links and a lot of other content is presented in English. This site is extensive and well done, and under "Links" you can find the homepages of all the major national ski federations in Europe, homepages for a lot of top-ranked jumpers, and a real variety of other things.
  • Add to my SkiindexSkiflying Vikersund
  • The small community centre 80 kilometres from Norway’s capital Oslo, have among them had great skiers, and skijumpers. They have shown willingness and creativity in arranging ski events, since the end of the 19th century. Today the flying hill is an enormous landmark in the area, being a national arena.
  • Add to my SkiindexSkiSprungFan
  • Very nice site, maintained by a fan. Comes up in German, but you can click "English" on this one, too. Lots of info, great page of links. Tracks not only the World Cup, but the Continental Cup as well.
  • Add to my SkiindexSnowflake Ski Jumping Club
  • Founded in 1922. It has it's roots deep in volunteerism, community spirit and good will, boasting over 500 members. That's in a town of 2000 people! We are one of the two remaining "all volunteer" large hill ski jumping clubs in the Western hemisphere.
  • Add to my SkiindexSt.Paul Ski Club
  • We have one of the finest junior ski jumping facilities in the nation. Situated on several acres in southern Maplewood, MN, the club maintains four ski jumps and A-Frame chalet. Hill sizes are 10-20-30-46 meters.
  • Add to my SkiindexTri Norse Ski Jumping
  • In the year 1928, Ingvar (Ole) and Ruth Arneson discovered Dyracuse Mound along with its possibilities as a ski jump. After years, thanks to hard work and financial support from many people, we are still able to promote and develop interest in Nordic skiing. We strive to provide everyone with the great opportunity to learn about and experience ski jumping at it's best.
  • Add to my SkiindexUltimate Ski Jumping Game
  • Try to jump at the very tip of the jump to get maximum air. Highest score is 100 for a jump and by falling your score decreases by 15. You fall if you jump too early or too late. The total of 3 jumps is your score. Great fun!
  • Add to my SkiindexWintersport Skijumping
  • Norwegian site, comprehensive, includes good results section for World Cup meets. Espen Bredesen is involved in managing the ski jumping page! Lots of links. English and German optional.
  • Add to my SkiindexWintersportverein Braunlage
  • There are two logos on the homepage; one takes you to the winter sports association, the other takes you to the site featuring the Continental Cup meet at Braunlage. The COC site, accessed by clicking on the jumper logo, has both German and English versions.

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