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CZECZE-ZPustevny

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Skokanské Můstky Pustevny:

K-Point: 57 m
Men Winter Hill record: 64.0 m (Jiří Raška CSR, 1981)
Further jumps: K33, K15
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1925
Conversions: 1975
Status: destroyed
Ski club: TJ MEZ Frenštát, TJ Rožnov

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History:

The first ski jump at Pustevny was constructed in 1920 at the mount Tanecnice (1084 m). After several conversions (the last in 1926 to a K55, by architect Karel Jarolímek) at the Czechoslovak cham­pionships in 1928 František Wende jumped 38.5 meters. Wilhelm Dick even reached 41.5 meters, but crashed. Two years later Norway’s Sigmund Ruud reached a hill record of 49 meters. Neighbouring to this ski jump not far of the “hotel Tanecnice” in 1930 a K21 ski jump with wooden tower was constructed and both hills were used until 1960’s.
In 1975 the ski clubs of the neighbour cities Frenštát and Rožnov cooperated and helped to rebuilt both ski jumping hills as a steel construction with K-Points of 57 m and 33 m. Until 1980’s these very snow-secure hills were used for many national competitions especially in youth sector, but today there is no more ski jumping in this small town at the border of Beskids, but mainly alpine skiing.

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1)   korca   wrote on 2017-12-23 at 23:20:

Inrun tower

Inrun towers K57 and K33 were destroyed for better safety in 2013.

https://zlin.idnes.cz/skokansky-mustek-pustevny-beskydy-d6a-/zlin-zpravy.aspx?c=A170310_2311282_zlin-zpravy_ras

-> Last paragraph, when you translate :)

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