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Mountain lift facilities
4 out of 5 in operation
Dear athletes and trainers,
thank you for the good winter season with you. The jumping hills are closed from now on and will open at the end of November 2020 depending on the weather. We wish you a good summer season.
Your WM-Sportanlagen Team!
Welcome to the Toni Seelos Jumping Hills in Seefeld
Jumping Hills HS 109, HS 75
Toni Seelos Jumping Hill HS 109
Toni Seelos Jumping Hill HS 75
The coach determines the number of athletes per session – up to 30 people.
At weekends, early written registration is required for Saturday training
Tel. +43 (0) 5212 52789
Fax. +43 (0) 5212 52789
Training camp in Seefeld
The Nordic Competence Centre in Seefeld, provides suitable infrastructure for the successful and balanced training of top athletes.
Collaboration with partner hotels across multiple categories, “Bodypoint Seefeld” fitness centre, sports halls, World Cup sports facilities for the waxing and storage of skis, etc, makes this an ideal location for training.
We provide attractive packages for teams who would like to train in Seefeld. Training facilities are selected based on individual requirements
Nordic Combined World Cup
Every year, the Nordic Combined World Cup is a special highlight and further strengthens Seefeld’s reputation of Nordic excellence. Thousands of fans visit every year to root for their favourite athletes. At the Casino Arena in Seefeld, all of the spectators have the chance to see both the ski jumping on Seefeld’s HS 109 Toni Seelos jump and the cross-country disciplines up close.
Seefeld hosted the Nordic Combined World Cup for the first time from 10th to 11th January 2004 on the old Toni Seelos jump. From this moment on it became impossible to imagine the winter programme without it.
This winter, the World Cup will take place from 16th to 18th January 2015.
In 1931, the “Jahnschanze” was built in Seefeld in Tirol and in 1948 it was renamed after the skiing legend Anton Seelos. The Toni Seelos jump was demolished in 2010 to create space for two new Toni Seelos jumps – the HS75 and the HS109. These were officially opened in the same year.
The WM sports arena does not assume liability for the punctual beginning of training. The point-for-point preparation of the sporting areas can only be guaranteed when clear weather conditions prevail. Following (or during) heavy snowfall, or in case of other natural weather conditions, the start of training can be delayed for an indeterminate length of time.
The WM sports arena does not assume any responsibility for the launching of training. Whether or for how long ski jumping is possible, and whether there are attendant risks connected with the jumping, is the sole decision of the trainer.
The WM sports arena does not effect any ground markings. Each and every trainer is free to take the branches and twigs which we prepare and make available on the bottom floor in Room 5 and to mark the jump-off as seen fit. Colour markings are expressly prohibited and permitted only to WM sports arena authorities.
In order to ensure just and fair training and sufficient jumps for each and every athlete during each training unit, only 30 athletes are permitted to participate in each training unit.
We thank you for your patience.