How's real jumping?

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he10th3r310
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How's real jumping?

Post by he10th3r310 »

Anyone here who is jumping from real hills in real life? I would like to know more about it and maybe jump in future :D I once tried from very small hill (K20 or something) of Puijo but speeds very so low and I came down after 2-3 meters, lol. The downhill gave good speed then, which was horrible... Ok, I have always thought, is it possible to fall through the hole between your skis or is there some kind of ''airbag'' that prevents this from happening? Tell me more please! :)
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Post by mask »

I tried from K1 made by myself. I jumped approx. 1,5m :D Am I a skijumper? ;D
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SuperAdo111
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Haha,i jumped 4 meters on HS3,5 ,but my friend jumped 4,5 , am i ski jumper? ;D
Rajmek1233
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Post by Rajmek1233 »

I jumped 16,5m on K15 amateur hill, am I ski jumper ?:D
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I jump max. 1,5m on amateur hill by my classmate. Am I a ski jumper? :3
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Kuopio k120 103m :)
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mikulasturan
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Post by mikulasturan »

I jumped 10m on HS??, am I ski jumper? :D
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I jumped 2m from my sofa.(I failed 3.5m ,because I collided with cupboard).Am I ski jumper?
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Szymon, did you have skis on?
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Zmaster wrote:Szymon, did you have skis on?
Yes, I was testing my new Elan skis.
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Well then you are clearly a ski jumper
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he10th3r310 wrote:Anyone here who is jumping from real hills in real life? I would like to know more about it and maybe jump in future :D I once tried from very small hill (K20 or something) of Puijo but speeds very so low and I came down after 2-3 meters, lol. The downhill gave good speed then, which was horrible... Ok, I have always thought, is it possible to fall through the hole between your skis or is there some kind of ''airbag'' that prevents this from happening? Tell me more please! :)
I have gone 120m on the Park City HS134 and I've gone 112m on the Whistler HS140. It is not possible to fall through your skis if you jump right.
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Post by JacekD »

I've jumped on hills ranging from K15 to K70 in Zakopane, Szczyrk, Bystra and Goleszow (All in Poland). My furthest jump was 45m on the K65 in Zakopane. If you're a good skier then you won't have any fear of the speed, but you won't be able to jump very far unless you train regurarly (which I don't have the chance to). The landing isn't very hard on the bigger hills either as long as you're comfortable with the long ski jumping skis. After a week of training on a K70 type of hill, you could probably get to 40m easily from a high gate. Hope I helped! :)
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I jumped about 1m a few minutes ago, but without skis. I was in my room.
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CalinStelistu wrote:I jumped about 1m a few minutes ago, but without skis. I was in my room.
Good to know...
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