The annual Ski-Jumping World Cup, held in Willingen in Hessen, is regarded as the kick-off to the FIS Team Tour, the ski-jumping series with the biggest prize pot of all time. And the event can boast a second record, as competitors at Willingen have the use of the world's biggest jumping slope for large hill competitions – the Mühlenkopfschanze, which was built in 1951 and measures 145 metres. The competition is open to national teams, each one consisting of four ski-jumpers. This annual event draws crowds of up to 100,000 spectators.
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