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Jaromirschanze:

K-Point: 60 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1932
Year of destruction: 1970
Status: destroyed
Ski club: HDW

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History:

In 1932 the Jaromirschanze was constructed at Malá Úpa (Kleinaupa) in Krkonoše (giants mountains) by the "Hauptverband der deutschen Wintersportverbände" (HDW). The jump at Brückengraben was named after land owner Jaromír Czernin-Morzin. The longest jump there was performed by František Wende with more than 60 meters.
After World War II the Czechoslovak national team under coach Miloslav Bělonožník came here for a training camp in 1954.
Although the ski jump hasn't been used since 1970's, inrun and landing slope can still be recognized.

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1)   mizo   wrote on 2011-05-30 at 13:55:

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