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Jonidło

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Jonidło:

K-Point: 17 m
Further jumps: K17
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 2001
Out of operation since: 2001
Year of destruction: 2001
Status: destroyed

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History:

Because of the event 'Jump to Europe' in July 2001 in Wisła-Jonidło, two temporary wooden 17-meters ski jumps covered with plastic mattings were set up. The purpose of the event was to raise funds for the construction of the new ski jump in Wisła-Malinka. During the event there was a parallel jumping show competition. Adam Małysz himself jumped on those hills as well. Afterwards, both of the hills could be bought in an auction and transported to the place of their buyer - the starting price was PLN 10,000 (ca. 2,000 Euro).

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