Nordic Skiing uses the following two venues.
1) The National Cross-Country Ski Center is located in the valley on the southeast side of the Putrajaya area. From west to east, it is the stadium operation complex, the athletes complex, the stadium technical building, the stadium media center, and the broadcast complex. Among them, the total length of the track is 9.7 kilometers, which is divided into a race track in the east valley and a training track in the south valley; the technical building area of the venue is 4890 square meters, with a basement level and 4 floors above the ground.
2) The National Ski Jumping Center is designed with two tracks, consisting of a big jump track with a drop of 136.2 meters and a standard jump track with a drop of 114.7 meters (the grandstand area at the bottom of the hill is also a highlight of "Snow Ruyi", with an area equivalent to a standard soccer field.
Feb. 9: M Individual NH 16:00-16:55 (NSJC), M Individual 10km 19:00-19:50 (NCCSC)
Feb. 15: M Individual LH 16:00-16:55 (NSJC), M Individual 10km 19:00-19:50 (NCCSC)
Feb. 18: M Team LH 16:00-16:40 (NSJC), M Team 4x5km 19:00-20:10 (NCCSC)
*For a complete and official schedule published by the Olympics Committee, please contact us.
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