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Russian Championships from March 23rd to March 25th, 2012 for the first time in Chaykovsky (RUS)
Having successfully finished the world cup season in Planica, Slovenia, the Russian ski jumpers did not finish their season until the end of the Russian Championships from March 23rd to March 25th, 2012 which, for the first time, were held at the recently built ski jumps in Chaykovsy.
Wladimir Putin connected to Chaykovsky via video conference
For the Russian ski jumping location, the last few days were significant – because the jumping facility “Snezhinka” (translated: snowflake) in Chaykovsky has been opened with the first jumps on the three ski jumps K125, K95 and K65. Therefore, the first of the modern ski jumping facilities in Russia has been formally inaugurated.
Via a video conference with the Kremlin in Moscow, even the Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin was able to get a first look of the inauguration and therefore the first jumps at the ski jumps in Chaykovsky!
Riedel with Ski-Line is the first to deliver a ski jump ready for use in Russia!
When Vladimir Putin is going to visit the region of Perm at Sunday, February 16th, the ski jumps will not bow down in awe but will greet the most powerful man of Russia in all their glory: because on February 14th the first ski jump in Chaykovsky (K65) is officially inaugurated. Two more ski jumps (K95, K125), which are also equipped with innovative measurement technology by Peter Riedel GmbH, should be ready for use within the following weeks.
One might think: a new ski jump, so what is so special about it? And you might be right with this question if the overall context was not considered. In the area of the Russian Federation, there are no ski jumps worthy of the name at the moment. Now the end of the drought period has begun for Russian ski jumpers, now they can also practice on home soil.
In the winter sports center of Chaykovsky Peter Riedel with his company Ski-Line and his partner Rehau contributes a bit to the history of sport in Russia. The entrepreneur from the Ore Mountains it the first to deliver a ski jump ready for use in Russia and the man from Tellerhäuser is happy with many others. “Chaykovsky is barely known in Central Europe – except in the context of classical music. With the ski jumps the city experiences a significant upgrade and we are happy that we were able to contribute to this – with innovative inruns from our company.”
Four sportspersons and coach Tommi Krause from the ski club from Partenkirchen, Germany, will inaugurate the K65 ski jump along with athletes from the Perm region and from Chaykovsky itself with the first jumps, and other young German athletes have already been invited to come to Russia for training: ski jump – connecting people!
After Vladimir Putin will have nodded his head in agreement, things will get really busy during the next months: Russian championship in April, Summer Grand Prix of the special jumpers in September. And the first world cup event in the winter will then only be a matter of time. “I am looking forward to it”, says Peter Riedel already today.
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