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Kunětická hora

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Skokanský Můstek na Kunětické hoře:

K-Point: 25 m
Inrun length: 28 m
Inrun angle: 35°
Take-off angle:
Landing angle: 33°
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1947
Year of destruction: 1949
Status: destroyed
Ski club: MNV Pardubice

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History:

The idea of the construction of a ski jumping hill below Kunětická hořa fortress at Ráby near Pardubice was developed by Ladislav France in end 1930's. The first concrete plans were made by 1939, but only after World War II ski jump construction specialist Karel Jarolímek took over the project in 1945. Finally in 1947 works on the 25 meter hill had started, but in December it came out that the construction was not officially approved and that the location was not found suitable for building a ski jump. The members of MNV Pardubice still tried to the able to continue the works until 1949, but in the end only an incomplete ski jumping hill remained, which could never be used, and whose relicts are no more visible today.

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