|Hill Size:||HS 44|
|Hill record:||49.5 m (Paweł Słowiok , 2004-03-06)|
|Hill Size:||HS 27|
|Hill record:||24.5 m (Kamil Byrt , 2004-02-26)|
|24.5 m (Szymon Szostok , 2008-01-12)|
|Summer hill record:||25.0 m (Tomasz Byrt , 2004-05-28)|
|Hill Size:||HS 21|
|Hill record:||18.5 m (Tomasz Byrt , 2003-03-01)|
|18.5 m (Bartłomiej Kłusek , 2003-03-01)|
|Summer hill record:||18.0 m (Bartosz Czyż , 2008-08-02)|
|18.0 m (Damian Skupień , 2008-08-02)|
|18.0 m (Dawid Jarząbek , 2008-08-02)|
|Ladie's summer record:||15.0 m (Kinga Rajda , 2012-05-13)|
|Year of construction:||1964|
|Conversions:||1997, 2005, 2012-2014|
|Ski club:||KS Wisła-Ustronianka|
The ski jumping hills at Wisła-Centrum are the main practising hills of KS Wisła-Ustronianka, the home club of Adam Małysz. On the three ski jumping hills K40, K23 and K17 many other athletes of Polish ski jumping team have been trained.
The ski jumping hills were constructed from 1962 to 1964 and despite of a modernization in 1997 they still have a nearly 40 year old plastic covering. Furthermore the K23 got a new inrun track in September 2005.
In 2010 the project of a profound renovation of the complete ski jumping facility was started in 2010 and therefore even a donation campaign was launched. The works should begin in spring 2012 and be completed within 4 to 5 months for around 3.5m Złoty (800,000 Euro). Beside the plastic covered hills HS 40, HS 20 and HS 10 with ceramic inrun tracks, a new judges' and trainer stand are to be build. But works only started by July 2013 and the planned finalization date 2014-06-30 could not be matched.