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Lugnet Hills

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Location  Falun Sweden
K–point  K-90 K-120
Phone  +46 23 654 00
Renovated  2012-2013
Hill size  HS100 HS134
Opened  1974
Lugnet Hills
Hill record  Primož Peterka (105.0 m in 1996) Severin Freund (135.5 m in 2015)
World Championships  1954, 1974, 1980, 1993, 2015
Address  Lugnetvägen 14, 791 31 Falun, Sweden
Similar  Lugnet, Tyllsnäs Udde AB, Lugnet Nature reserve, Främby Udde Resort - D, Siljansba Camping

Lugnet HS134 is a large ski jumping hill located in Falun, Sweden. It has a hill size of HS134, a construction point of K-120. The hill has artificial lighting and bleachers for 15,000 viewers. Hill size has been increased from K-115, HS124 to K-120, HS134. The hill was built specifically for the World Cup Ski Championships in 1974. Last modernization took place from August 2012 to end of 2013 because of the preparations for the World Cup Ski Championships in 2015.

Hill record

Before the recent modernization, the hill record belonged to Matti Hautamäki, who jumped 130.5 metres. On 26 February 2014, Severin Freund set the current hill record of 135 metres.

References

Lugnet Hills Wikipedia


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