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Beskidek

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Beskidek:

K-Point: 42 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed

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History:

In 1930, on the initiative of Leopold Mosner, next to the PTTK hut in Zwardoń, a ski jumping hill was built, allowing 25-meter jumps. It was also planned then to build a larger facility on the slopes of Skalanka Mountain.
The hill on the "Beskidek" slope was rebuilt in the 1960s, and in 1969 the most important competition in the history of this place took place - Polish youth championships, in which Apoloniusz Tajner won in one of the categories, after many years the coach of the Polish national team in jumps and the president of the Polish Ski Association. According to information obtained from local residents, the last K-point was 42 meters, and one of the longest distances in the history of the hill was 43.5 meters by local jumper Stanisław Włoch.

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