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Skokanský můstek Kamenice:

K-Point: 57 m
Men Winter Hill record: 64.0 m (Leoš Škoda CSR)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1920
Conversions: 1950, 1965
Out of operation since: 1976
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SK Oberes Kamnitztal

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History:

The first ski jumping hill in town (back then: Josefsthal) was set up by SK Oberes Kamnitztal in the 1920's. On this hill, which had a wooden inrun slope, the HDW championships in 1925 were carried out. The winner of this competition received a golden ski.
The smaller hill was built afterwards. Its take-off was three meters high and it had a bridge in the outrun that crossed the street, which led to houses nearby. One of these houses was on the opposite of the hill and even had a window from which its owners could look onto the hill. In 1932, HDW championships were held once again. More than 6000 spectators saw a longest jump of 45.5 meters.
In the mid 1960's, the ski jump was reconstructed and had a new K-Point of 57 meters. This resulted in setting up a higher inrun tower and take-off, both made of steel. The popular Czechoslovakian ski jumper Leoš Škoda used to jump on this hill until 1976 and also set the last hill record of 64 meters, before the hill was torn down.
The place of the former ski jump is now overgrown and only a few parts of fundaments of inrun tower and take-off are left over.

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