Planica's Collapsed Ski Jump to Be Fit for 2004 World Cup

Kranjska Gora, 30 October - A long-awaited contract on the reconstruction of a 120-metre ski jump in Planica, which collapsed in the run up to the 2002 World Cup finals, has finally been signed. The project, expected to bring back brighter days to this small valley in NW Slovenia, traditionally famous for holding a track of world's longest ski jumps, is estimated at SIT 114.6 million (EUR 486,000).

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