China’s first all-year ski jump ready for action
Updated : 2019-09-10
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
A new 70 meter ski jump -- suitable for training throughout the year -- completed construction and was given the green light at Yabuli sports training base in Harbin, in Northeast China's Heilongjiang province on Sept 7.
The ski jump, also known as a K90 jump, is the first of its kind in China. Officials said it would allow Chinese ski jumpers to train outside the winter season, effectively extending the training program of athletes and providing venue support for preparations for the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Yabuli is China's national high-level winter sports training base and its K90 ski jump upgrades an existing facility that first went into use in 1989. The ski jumping venue has previously hosted several important international competitions, including the third Asian Winter Games and the 24th Winter Universiade.
Upgrading the ski jump started September last year, officials said.
A skier goes all out on the new K90 ski jump at Yabuli sports training base in Harbin, in Heilongjiang province, on Sept 7. [Photo/chinanews.com]
Harbin recently launched two new buses to serve passengers traveling between the city’s four railway stations, in an attempt to ease the difficulties of passengers traveling at night by bus.
The Development Plan for the Harbin Linkong Economic Zone (2019-2035) was recently approved by the Harbin Municipal People’s Government and is now being carried out.
The High People’s Court of Heilongjiang province officially launched Thunderbolt Action.
About 10 government departments in Daoli district, Harbin, Heilongjiang province, carried out joint enforcement June 1 to remove more than 20 illegal constructions with a total area of over 2000 square meters to advance an expropriation project.