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Post by skiflyer11 »

Thanatos wrote:
plkmetal1990 wrote:I want to say that this game is for everyone, not only for Polish players, so don't be so selfish...
That's just wrong. At last we should admit, that DSJ only was created to help polish people killing time. :roll: :wink:
yes because they have no jobs :wink:
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That's gotta hurt (sorry Zmaster for that fake ;))
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Post by bulwa11 »

guys come on, Im Polish and no one ever had trouble with me here... so why bash Polish jumpers overall ? There are maaany good and calm Polish people here, really...I cant control the idiot part of Polish community :(
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Post by J.MIRO »

bulwa11 wrote:doesnt normal mean ~k-90 ? and 'big' means ~k-120 ?
Flying hill
HS 185-....
K 170-...
Big hill
HS 110-184
K 100-169
Normal hill
HS 85-109
K 75-99
Medium hill
HS 50-84
K 45-74
Small hill
HS 20-49
K 20-44
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Post by lukicabukica »

HAHAHAHAHA J.MIRO!!!!!!!!
normal hill
K85-100
HS95-120
large hill
K115-140
HS125-150
flying hill
K150...
HS160...

:twisted: :D :shock:
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Post by Thanatos »

For God's sake, please stop writing bullshit. Standards for the Construction of Jumping Hills - 2008 by FIS contains useful information on page 6:

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So, J.MIRO was absolutely right.
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Think about it: Copper Peak was build in the 1960s and the smallest of six hills since the invention of ski flying. Today it's closed, official certificate ran out in 1995. In fact it'll be homologated never again, under no circumstances, except somebody is interested in investing several million dollars.

Apart from that this sign is irrelevant. Official rules classify hills. Yep. Today it'd need a HS of at least 185 metres to be classified as Flying hill, so in this condition Ironwood would just be some kind of (really) big Large hill. :roll:
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Post by J.MIRO »

Thanatos wrote:Think about it: Copper Peak was build in the 1960s and the smallest of six hills since the invention of ski flying. Today it's closed, official certificate ran out in 1995. In fact it'll be homologated never again, under no circumstances, except somebody is interested in investing several million dollars.

Apart from that this sign is irrelevant. Official rules classify hills. Yep. Today it'd need a HS of at least 185 metres to be classified as Flying hill, so in this condition Ironwood would just be some kind of (really) big Large hill. :roll:
This is my favourite hill...
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you see even J.MIRO is with me!!!
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Post by J.MIRO »

lukicabukica wrote:you see even J.MIRO is with me!!!
What do you mean?
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Post by lukicabukica »

ehm ehm...
I was not wrong "HS160..."
And it seems you like Copper Peak so...
You are obviously getting me! :P :P :P
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Post by skiflyer11 »

lukicabukica wrote:ehm ehm...
I was not wrong "HS160..."
And it seems you like Copper Peak so...
You are obviously getting me! :P :P :P
no it is k160
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Post by lukicabukica »

http://www.skisprungschanzen.com/EN/Ski ... pper+Peak/
aiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiai
sorry sorry sorry sorry sorry sorry!!!!!!!!!!! :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
:( :( :( :( :( :(
IT WAS WIERD CAUSE THERE IS NO HS!!!!
sorry sorry sorry sorry sorry sorry!!!!!!!!!!! :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
:( :( :( :( :( :(
sorry sorry sorry sorry sorry sorry!!!!!!!!!!! :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
:( :( :( :( :( :(
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Post by J.MIRO »

skiflyer11 wrote:
lukicabukica wrote:ehm ehm...
I was not wrong "HS160..."
And it seems you like Copper Peak so...
You are obviously getting me! :P :P :P
no it is k160
No, this is K145 HS160. Go to wikipedia.
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Post by lukicabukica »

J.MIRO its K160!!! AIAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAI :( :( :(
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