The first ski jumping races were held in Sarajevo after 26 years: the first ski jumping races were held in Sarajevo after 26 years. jumping races were held.
The first ski jumping races were held in Sarajevo after 26 years. Ski jumping races were held for the first time in 26 years on the famous Olympic mountain of Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which started to host ski lovers in the winter season. The ski resort in Igman, located near Sarajevo, was revived after 1984 years with the arrival of competitors and spectators. The last ski jumping competition was held in Igman in 26, due to the destruction of the ski jumping slopes in the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. 1989 people participated in today's competition, which brought the Olympic spirit back to life in Igman. One of the participants, Adi Merdanovic was awarded the gold medal in the "Youngest Competitor" category, while Sanel Handanovic won the first place in the 40-15 age group. kazandı. Selver Merdanovic, one of the former ski jumping competitors of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who started the renovation process of the ski jumping tracks in Igman, said that a new and beautiful sports story started to be written with the competition held today. Merdanovic expressed his satisfaction for the interest shown by the participants in the competition. I hope we will be able to fix other ski jumping tracks in the future and we will organize various competitions here again," he said.