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ROUBorşa

Data | History | Hill records | Competitions | Map | Comments

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Trambulină Tintina:

K-Point: 110 m
Men Winter Hill record: 118.0 m (Florin Spulber ROU, 1999-03-14, N-ROU)
Year of construction: 1981
Out of operation since: 2003
K110 (1981-2003)K88 (1942-1981)

Trambulină Tintina:

K-Point: 75 m
Further jumps: K30
Status: project not realized
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: out of order

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History:

The first ski jump at Borşa was already built in times of the Austro-Hungarian k.u.k. monarchy, but only after World War II it was developed into a competition suitable facility, which was Romania's largest and host of national and international (Eastern bloc) tournaments.
The hill was FIS certified in 1983 and two years later Poland's Bogdan Zwijacz set up a hill record of 113 meters. In end 1980's the construction of two training hills K75 and K30 had started, but was never finished due to the political turnover in 1989.
Tintina large hill wasn't used anymore in 1990's and only by 1999 Romanian Nationals were held at Borşa again. At this occassion Florin Spulber set up a new hill record at 118 m and thereby set up a Romanian distance record. Until 2003 a few competitions were organized, but meanwhile even the renovation plans of mid 2000's ebbed away.

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3)   Halvor   wrote on 2016-01-05 at 13:31:

Found it!

The hill is situated near Statiunea Borsa - a skiing resort apx. 10 km south-east of Borsa center. Map reference: 47.617900, 24.768465

2)   Halvor   wrote on 2016-01-05 at 10:36:

Location

Does anyone know the rigth location of the old jump? It is supposed to be apx. 10 km outide the town, but seems dificult to spot on the map.

1)   borek99   wrote on 2012-05-17 at 14:21:

Rekord

Współrekordzistą obiektu jest Polak Bogdan Zwijacz, który w 1984 roku skoczył 118 metrów (źródło: http://www.gazetademaramures.ro/zbor-spre-maracini-8925). Rumun Florin Spulber wynik ten wyrównał 14 marca 1999 roku podczas mistrzostw Rumunii (źródło, strona 1005: http://www.anst.gov.ro/documente/documente/0993-1016%20National%20Federations%20-%20Ski%20-%20Biathlon%20.pdf).

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