Victory at last: 2011 Junior Olympic Championships

LAKEVILLE β€” In 1926, the town of Salisbury built a ski jump.The 65-meter wooden structure erected on Satre Hill quickly distinguished itself from the surrounding evergreens, reaching high above the ancient pines and hemlocks to dominate the Salisbury skyline.

For the next 85 years β€” and counting β€” Salisbury has hosted regional ski jumping competitions and championships, becoming a popular destination among the competitors. It’s that small-town feel and the community pride that separates the Satre Hill jump from its counterparts elsewhere in the U.S.

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