The Nansen Ski Jump in Milan, New Hampshire, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The 65-meter Nansen Ski Jump which was built in 1938 known to be the largest in the U.S. during that time, and it retains most of its original design. It was placed on the register because of its architecture and its place in U.S. sports history said by the officials on Wednesday.
Nansen Ski Jump was the site of National Ski Jumping Championships, Olympic Ski Jumping qualifying events and U.S. Nordic combined championships for over the decades. The ski jump was part of a planned bid by New Hampshire to host the 1944 Winter Olympics.
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