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CZECZE-JNové Město na Moravě

U Pekaren

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U Pekaren:

K-Point: 27 m
Further jumps: K15
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 1971
Year of destruction: ca. 2009
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SKL Nové Město na Moravě
Coordinates: 49.571667, 16.072222 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

Nové Město na Moravě is, concerning ski sports, famous for the cross-country World Cup taking place every year, but also ski jumping has a long-lasting tradition.
The plastic covered hills “U Pekaren”, in English “at the bakery”, were built for the training of young jumpers and competitions in summertime. The K27 is already existing since 1971 and in 1980 additionally the small K15 was built.

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1)   korca   wrote on 2017-12-23 at 18:57:

These ski jumping hills are already few years destroyed.

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