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Góra Krzyżowa

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Góra Krzyżowa:

K-Point: 55 m
Tower height: 32 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1928
Status: destroyed

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History:

In Krynica-Zdrój in the 20s of the 20th century, the Polish Championships took place twice - in 1924 on a makeshift facility - and in 1925, on the first hill on Góra Krzyżowa, the use of which was abandoned due to a too flat landing slope. Work on a new facility, impressive for those times, by Ing. Roman Loteczka, began in 1927. In January 1928, the inaugural competition took place, in which they took part, among others the best jumpers from the Djurgårdens IF from Stockholm.
The building had a 32 m high inrun tower (the highest in Europe) and allowed jumps over 50 m. During World War II, the ski jump was burned by German troops and never rebuilt.
In June 2019, a group of people from the Forest Experimental Station of the Agricultural University of Krakow created an educational path on the area of the former ski jump. Earlier, the area was cleared of thickets, trails with wooden barriers were created, and an information board about an old ski jump was erected.

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6)   k-ca   wrote on 2014-02-16 at 18:37:

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http://www.krynica24.pl/aktualnosci/krynica-zdroj-stare-zdjecia-dla-przypomnienia-w-krynicy-rowniez-byly-skocznie-narciarskie.html

5)   miejscowy   wrote on 2014-02-16 at 17:54:

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Skocznia nie została zdemontowana tylko spalona przez Niemców w czasie wojny. Była też druga mniejsza skocznia na końcu ulicy Leśnej.

4)   kitrak   wrote on 2014-02-12 at 22:54:

Ostatnie zdjęcie przedstawia amatorską skocznię w Skawicy.

3)   Michał Dadej   wrote on 2014-01-06 at 15:34:

Fotka

Myślę, że zdjęcie nie jest fake'iem, tylko pochodzi z innej skoczni, która została zbudowana później.

2)   Łukasz Rosicki   wrote on 2013-12-14 at 11:55:

Ostatnia fotka - fake?

Ostatnia fotka chyba nie jest oryginalna. Zawodnik leci stylem V, a stroje kibiców wydają się być współczesne.

1)   Michał Dadej   wrote on 2011-03-20 at 22:08:

Photos

Amazing photos i hope that sb will revive ski jumping in this region.

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