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Ski Jumping Competition in the Dark – January 30, 2019

Join the Dartmouth XC Ski Center & Ford SayreWednesday, Jan 30, 2019 6:00–7:45 pm NH High School (NHIAA) Ski Jumping CompetitionPark at Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center, Oak Hill Drive, HanoverFree Admission Watch top Male & Female High School competitors from around the state soar over 100 feet under the lights  Music, Hot Chocolate, Campfire, Marshmallows, […]

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Ford Sayre Jumping Meet

Ford Sayre hosted a jumping meet on January 30 at the Roger Burt jumps at Oak Hill. Forty athletes on 9 teams competed on the K10, K20 and K32 jumps. There were 9 jumpers from Ford Sayre, and 3 from Hanover High School. The jumpers ranged in age from U8 to High School. The Valley […]

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Ski Jumping Event with Tara Geraghty Moats

Lebanon Outing Club Come and meet World Cup ski jumper Tara Geraghty Moats The Upper Valley international star Gathering of Jumpers and Friends Friday June 5 th Storrs Hill Ski Area   Hear her story, learn about jumping opportunities importance of training, training ideas, ski jumping travels and ask her questions 5:30 jumpers dry land training […]

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Lake Placid K48 jump

Ford Sayre Nordic Jumping at Lake Placid

Ford Sayre won every event where the team competed this past weekend at the Lake Placid Lions Club meet.  9-year old Caleb Zuckerman won first place on the K20 jump, 7th in the U14 division on the K48 jump, and first in Nordic Combined. 11-year old Elsa Bollinger placed first in the girls U14 division […]

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Maintaining the Jumps

Thanks to the Byrne Foundation and many donors, the ski jumps at Oak Hill got much needed improvements this year. They are located just to the north and east of the parking lot at Oak Hill.

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Jumping at Oak Hill

All these young Ford Sayre athletes jumped on the K32 last night. K32 is the largest of the ski jumps at Oak Hill. Ski jumps are measured from the point of entry into the air to the bottom of the landing hill where it begins to flatten out. That “critical point” on the landing hill […]

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