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Obora

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Obora:

K-Point: 20.5 m
Year of construction: 1950
Year of destruction: 1958

Skokanský můstek v Trní:

K-Point: 15 m
Year of construction: 1934
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SKL Nové Město na Moravě

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History:

The youth ski jump Obora with a K-Point of 20.5 m was built in 1950 according to the project of Ing. Tulise and Ing. Karel Jarolímek. It had a 8-meter high wooden inrun tower. In 1951 artificial lighting was installed on the hill. Ultimately, the inrun tower was destroyed during a storm in 1958.
Earlier, in 1934 another ski jump was built behind the current Billa store.

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