Trampolino Giuseppe Dal Ben

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Trampolino Giuseppe dal Ben
Trampolino dal Ben
Trampolino Giuseppe dal Ben
LocationPredazzo
Italy Italy
Opened1988
Renovated2001
Size
K–pointK-95
K-120
Hill sizeHS106
HS134
Hill recordGermany Eric Frenzel (138.5 m in 2013)
Austria Christoph Bieler (109.5 m in 2013)
Top events
Olympics2026
World Championships1991, 2003, 2013
World Cup1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2008, 2012, 2019
Grand Prix1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Universiade2013

The "Giuseppe Dal Ben" Ski Jump Arena (Trampolino "Giuseppe Dal Ben") is a ski jumping venue in Predazzo, Val di Fiemme, Trentino, in northern Italy. It is a venue in the FIS Ski jumping World Cup.

History[edit]

Opened in 1989, the venue hosted the ski jumping and nordic combined events of three editions of FIS Nordic World Ski Championships (1991, 2003, 2013), of 2013 Winter Universiade, as well as many events of the Ski jumping World Cup. It will host ski jumping and nordic combined for the 2026 Winter Olympics in Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo.

Venue[edit]

The 3,000 metres (9,800 ft) area consists of two main ski jumping hills (HS 134 and HS 106), other training hills (K35 and K62) and facilities for athletes, judges, federations, journalists, media, and spectators. The hills are covered with ceramic material and landing areas are covered with plastic material, guaranteeing the functionality throughout the year also in summer. The lighting system also allows competitions events by night.

The main building hosts also the Organising Committee of the cross-country ski event "Marcialonga", that every January passes through the arena.

The nearby gondola lift complex runs to the slopes of Ski Center Latemar in winter, and in summer to the alpine trails on the mountain Latemar, part of the UNESCO world heritage site of Dolomites.

Records[edit]

Large hill[edit]

# Day Year Athlet Result Event
1 10 February 1991 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Franci Petek 125.0 m FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1991
2 21 December 2001 Poland Adam Małysz 131.0 m 2001–02 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
3 21 December 2001 Switzerland Simon Ammann 131.0 m 2001–02 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
4 22 December 2001 Switzerland Simon Ammann 131.5 m 2001–02 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
5 22 December 2001 Poland Adam Małysz 132.0 m 2001–02 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
6 22 December 2001 Poland Adam Małysz 132.5 m 2001–02 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup
7 22 February 2003 Finland Matti Hautamäki 134.0 m FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2003
8 22 February 2003 Poland Adam Małysz 136.0 m FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2003
9 9 January 2009 Austria Bernhard Gruber 137.5 m 2008–09 FIS Nordic Combined World Cup
10 22 February 2013 Germany Eric Frenzel 138.5 m FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2013

Normal hill[edit]

# Day Year Athlet Result Event Notes
1 16 February 1991 Austria Heinz Kuttin 95.0 m FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 1991 longest jump before the new rules
2 23 February 2003 Poland Adam Małysz 107.5 m FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2003
3 17 August 2005 Austria Mario Innauer 108.0 m FIS Cup set in summer, not official
4 18 September 2005 Austria Mario Innauer 109.5 m FIS Cup set in summer, not official
5 15 January 2012 United States Sarah Hendrickson 108.0 m 2011–12 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup woman world record
6 21 February 2013 Austria Christoph Bieler 109.5 m 2012–13 FIS Nordic Combined World Cup

See also[edit]

Coordinates: 46°19′48″N 11°36′21″E / 46.3299°N 11.6057°E / 46.3299; 11.6057