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Schanze am Stadion:

K-Point: 50 m
Men Winter Hill record: 56.0 m (Jiří Raška CSR, 1973)
Further jumps: K18
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 1925
Conversions: 1947, 1966
Status: destroyed
Ski club: HDW

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History:

In the city Trutnov situated in the western part of the Riesengebirge there had been a ski jump running out into the football stadium already since its opening on 1926-01-10. During the Sudeten-German time many competitions were organized on the ski jumping hill by HDW until the beginning of the war in 1939 where widths of about 55 m were reached. Furthermore there was Lindwurmschanze from 1927 to mid 1930's.
In 1947 the facility at the stadium was reconstructed and ski jumping started again. In 1966/67 the jump was completely renewed by building a new inrun tower out of steel and installing a plastic covering. The modernized hill got a new profile as a K50 hill. Furthermore a small 18-meter-hill was constructed at the same hill. The famous Czech ski jumper Dalibor Motejlek kept the hill record for many years at 53 m. During one of the last competitions at about 1974 Jiři Raška jumped the last hill record with 56 m.
In the middle 1970’s it had become quiet about ski jumping at Trutnov and today only the steel construction reminds of the sporty past.

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