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CZECZE-PŠpičák

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Skokanské Můstky Špičák:

K-Point: 40 m
Men Winter Hill record: 45.0 m (Sigmund Ruud NOR, 1929)
Further jumps: K25
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1922
Conversions: 1926
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Ski Klub Plzeň, Sokol Špičák

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History:

At Špičák na Šumavě, a town district of Železná Ruda (Böhmisch Eisen­stein), Swedish Axel Norling was capable for the construction of a ski jump­ing hill at homonymous “Spitzberg” (1202 m) in 1922. Already in 1926 the ski jump was reconstructed under guidance of Karel Jarolímek. Three years later even Sigmund Ruud jumped there and set up a hill record of 45 meters. In 1930’s and 40’s lots of competitions were organized and after World War II the ski jumping hill was recovered, too. With its 50th anniversary in 1972 the end of the ski jumping hill had come.

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