Xinitiao Hill Workshop

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Xinitiao
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VIETNAM
K250 https://dsj24.pl/hills?id=1326
Made by Xinitiao and Garrean
Take part in the most extreme competition: DELUXE SKI DARTS!
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VINICUNCA
HS430 https://dsj24.pl/hills?id=1412
Made by Hubex and Xinitiao
Prepare to concur with the gaze of the almighty merciless Sun God.
It is said you should leave your prayers before taking a flight.
Or He might haunt you at night and burn your soul........
Beware and never look at the back of him from far away (F8) or even worse things could happen to you and everybody you know........"
This fictonal hill is based on the rainbow hills in Peru (Vinicunca).
Prepare for one hell of a ride on this XXXL flying hill with a HS of 430m.
Fly the distances worthy of the Sun God! The Sun God demands flights over 470m! :smile:
For longest flights set the wind to 1.9m/s 180* in training :wink:
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You guys have amazing ideas and execute them so well. Thank you for introducing DSJ to a whole another dimension of crazy and showing the aspect of the game we never knew existed. :D
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Milos wrote:You guys have amazing ideas and execute them so well. Thank you for introducing DSJ to a whole another dimension of crazy and showing the aspect of the game we never knew existed. :D
Thank you for the kind words! :D
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SKOKWBOK
HS115 https://dsj24.pl/hills/1538
Made by Tom, Garrean and Xinitiao
Jump on the side in this innovative experimental hill!
Made by Tom, Garrean and Xinitiao.
WARNING The hill only reliably works in training mode, you might need to click on it a few times to load. If you can't load the hill after few tries, turn on some other hill and try again ;)
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HOLLYWOOD
HS213 https://dsj24.pl/hills/1842
Made by Xinitiao and AAAAAntek
Fictional hill built around one of the most famous American landmarks - the Hollywood Sign. HS point set on 213 meters (the same number as the Hollywood area code!) and its obnoxious profile will let you experience a literal rise and fall akin to the glimmering stars of the American film industry. Sponsored by Starbucks TM/MC Coffee.
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LIVIGNO
HS325 https://dsj24.pl/hills/1981
Made by iSeb & Xinitiao.
The Livigno Alps are a mountain range in the Alps of eastern Switzerland and northern Italy, around the Italian village Livigno. They are considered to be part of the Central Eastern Alps. This flying hill is built entirely of wood except for the waiting area. K-point is 280 meters and the HS is 325. The waiting room for jumpers is connected to the ski lift along the mountains.
FALUN 2002
K90 https://dsj24.pl/hills/1984
This is a modified version of JTH's Falun.
This version of the hill existed between 1993 and 2012.
The most notable event that occured at this hill was the 1993 Ski Jumping Championships. It also hosted several World Cups.
The hill record was 105m by Primoz Peterka.
Big thanks to Grzegorz for helping with the red takeoff profiles :)
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FALUN 2002
HS124 https://dsj24.pl/hills/2014
This is a modified version of JTH's Falun.
This version of the hill existed between 1993 and 2012.
The most notable event that occured at this hill was the 1993 Ski Jumping Championships. It also hosted several World Cups.
The hill record was 130,5m by Matti Hautamaeki.
Big thanks to Grzegorz for helping with the red takeoff profiles :)
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KRÁLIKY PRI BANSKEJ BYSTRICI
HS140 https://dsj24.pl/hills/2060
The ski jumping hill in Králiky pri Banskej Bystrici was built in 1984.
This is currently the 9th largest ski jumping hill in the world with several jumpers having broken the 150-meter mark here. The longest jump recorded was Marián Bielčík's 153m jump in 2000.
No major international competitions have ever taken place here, but the Junior WC in 2010 and Slovakian NC were planned, but had to be cancelled or relocated.
Made by Xinitiao and wojtekschiller3.
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Å
HS135 https://dsj24.pl/hills/2213
This is the first hill in DSJ4 made mostly in Blender :D
Enjoy the futuristic stylized shapes and the colorful design of this fictional Norwegian Large hill!
Big thanks to Mensix and grzegorz for help :)
How to read the name: https://translate.google.com/?sl=no&tl= ... =translate
KRÁLIKY PRI BANSKEJ BYSTRICI
K90 https://dsj24.pl/hills/2205
This is the largest completely natural ski jump, made just with snow!
It was prepared anew each time. The 2010 Junior WC were planned to take place here,
but the hill couldn't meet FIS requirements, so the event was relocated to Štrbské Pleso.
The longest jump was 100,0 m by Martin Mesík in 1997 and the longest jump without a fall was 97,5m.
Made by Xinitiao and wojtekschiller3.
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HELSINKI
K15 https://dsj24.pl/hills/2283
Herttoniemi-Siilitie K15 is a hill well known to all DSJ fans.
On 5th of May 2005 on this very hill Jussi Koskela had his first real ski jumping experience! https://www.mediamond.fi/herttoniemi/
The hill record is held by the two times Olympic champion Toni Nieminen and equals 17 meters.
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KRANJ
HS87 https://dsj24.pl/hills/2293
This was an unusual hill that shared the landing zone with the HS109 hill.
It existed from 2004 to 2015. It hasn't been used very often and jumpers thought that on this hill the flight path was too high.
Based on Kranj HS109 by Wojciech Schiller and Maciej Sylwestrzuk.
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BartiSkiJumper wrote:
J4cobLIVE wrote:It will be avaliable for download? And will you be able to do Zhangjiakou hill (that will be in this ski jumping season) aswell? Would be cool.
You have to be patient with Zhangjiakou hill, there is still a lack of official photos of the hill so it's impossible to fully recreate it.
I saw that there was FIS homologation on Zhangjiakou hills so how are the hills going on? I understand that there still is not many good pics so far and details seem quite challenging.

Laiyuan hills would be nice addition as well, China held national competition there recently and the hills apparently are quite close to Zhangjiakou ones. They also have plans for flying hill there.
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I never said that i'm doing them and i'm not planning to. Although, Laiyuan and Zhangjiakou are work-in-progress by other hillmakers ;)
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Xinitiao wrote:I never said that i'm doing them and i'm not planning to. Although, Laiyuan and Zhangjiakou are work-in-progress by other hillmakers ;)
OK, sorry then, did not mean to bother you. I was just trying to ask politely... :shock:

This just was only topic that had some conversations on Zhangjiakou hills but good that someone is onto it. I quoted Barti tho as he had commented on it earlier. Sorry. :oops:
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