Quicky hoppskole – Ski jumping schools for children

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In cooperation with highly profiled athletes in ski jumping the Norwegian Ski Federation visits clubs in Norway and offers an easy organised ski jumping school for young children. The ski jumping school is based on ski jumping at very small hills.

Overall Focus

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Target Group

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Support/Partners

  • Norwegian Ski Federation

Timing

No specific information available

Contact Information

Helen Ingebretsen
Head of the department for education and children’s activity of the Norwegian Ski Federation
helen@skiforbundet.no [1]

Link

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