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Twoja skocznia

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Twoja skocznia - Skocznia dla każdego:

Hill Size: HS 5
K-Point: 4 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 2021
Status: operating
Coordinates: 49.631942, 18.927196 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The project "Twoja skocznia" (your ski jump) is the idea of Dawid Jurga - an amateur jumper and co-founder of the ski jumping department in Łódź. The aim of the project is to build small, mobile ski jumps that anyone can try their hand at as a ski jumper. "Your hill" was placed on an aluminum structure, which was designed with the help of the Technical University of Lodz and manufactured by the designer Jakub Zając. The hill profile was designed according to the FIS requirements by the hill architect Ing. Krzysztof Horecki. The year-round facility can be set up in any part of Poland. The first example was set up in Wisła-Malinka near the K120 ski jump. Interested parties, who want to jump on the hill or want to buy another hill, can write by email to twoja.skocznia@gmail.com.

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