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Skakaonica pod Vrhin:

K-Point: 40 m
Men Winter Hill record: 46.0 m ( Jahr NOR, 1936)
Year of construction: 1934

Skakaonica:

K-Point: 10 m
Conversions: 1972
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed

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History:

The ski jump "Pod Vrhin" was the first such big hill in Croatia and built in 1934. At an international competition in 1936 Norway's Jahr set up the hill record of 46 meters.
Many years later, in 1972, a small K10 hill was opened in Mrkopalj on which some local competitions were organized at that time.

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1)   Nicesport.pl   wrote on 2012-11-28 at 16:09:

Rekord

Rekordzistą skoczni jest Norweg o nazwisku Jahr, który w 1936 roku skoczył tutaj 46 metrów. Skocznia ta została otwarta w 1934 roku i była pierwszą skocznią narciarską w Chorwacji. W 1936 roku rozegrano tu nawet zawody międzynarodowe w skokach narciarskich (podczas nich właśnie Jahr ustanowił rekord skoczni). Źródło: http://www2.pgz.hr/zip/zip28.pdf (strona 12)

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