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Bergisel Ski jump

The Bergisel is geological endpoint of a glacial moraine.

 

geschichte

 

 

 

1809: Main setting of the Tyrolean struggles for freedom led by Andreas Hofer

1906: The “Ski-Club Innsbruck” was founded, whose members carried out the ski-jumping sport on several

snow jumps around Innsbruck

1908: The SCI built a fixed ski jump at “Husslhof”, which was also used for international competitions.

1927: First Bergisel jumping event (January 23) on the natural ski jump, winner’s distance: 47.5 metres

1933: First rebuilding of the jump – best distance: 74 metres

1949: New construction according to plans from the 1930s

1952: First Four Hills Tournament with the jumping event in Innsbruck on 3 January, 1953

1964: Olympic Winter Games in Innsbruck, extension and reconstruction of the jump

1976: Olympic Winter Games in Innsbruck, extension and reconstruction of the jump

1985: The large hill ski jump events of the Nordic World Ski Championships are carried out on the large hill

1988: Pope John Paul II visits Innsbruck and celebrates mass inside the stadium

2001: New jumping stadium built by the Austrian Ski Federation

2001/02: 50th anniversary of the Four Hills Tournament

2002: Official opening (September 14)

2005: World Student Games (Universade) in Innsbruck

 

Four Hills Tournament Innsbruck 2019

3.1.2019: Qualification

4.1.2019: Competition

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Panorama Tour

Experience the impressive panorama pictures from the 2011 4 Hills Tournament in Innsbruck.