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Kuźnicka Góra

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Kuźnicka Góra:

K-Point: 30 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1930
Conversions: 1950
Status: destroyed
Ski club: WSK Gottesberg, LZS Kuźnice Świdnickie

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History:

Ski jump in Kuźnice Świdnickie (germ. Fellhammer, currently municipality of Boguszów-Gorce) was built in 1930's at Kuźnicko hill (633 metres above sea). It was used until II World War by athletes from Winter Sport Klub Gottesberg. In 1950's there was formed small local club LZS Kuźnice Świdnickie. Athletes from LZS renovated ski jump and used it until 1970's. After that the hill on which athletes were able to jump about 30 metres was abandoned. Now nothing rememebers us tradition of ski jumping in that place.
Moreover in 1930's it was planned to build a large ski jump at Dzikowiec mountain (Groß Wildberg; 836 metres above sea) at Gottesberg (polish name: Boguszów). It was even grubbed forest in place when it was planned to build new ski jump, but project finally wasn't realised.

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