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POLPOL-DJelenia Góra

Sobieszów

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Chojnik:

K-Point: 24 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1925
Conversions: 1959
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Chojnika TSZ

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History:

In the 1920s, the local Winter Sport Association in Sobieszów (at that time Hermsdorf unterm Kynast in Germany, now a district of Jelenia Góra) built a ski jumping hill on Mount Chojnik. After the Second World War, Polish youth used the hill, including Julian Gozdowski, later initiator of the famous ski marathon "Bieg Piastów". In 1959, the hill was rebuilt, which was supervised by coach Stanisław Raźniewski. Interest in ski jumping, however, began to decrease and after several seasons the ski jump ceased to be used.

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