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SLOMaribor

Pekrska Gorca

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Skakalnica na Pekrski gorci:

K-Point: 78 m
Men Winter Hill record: 81.0 m (Lars Grini NOR, 1981)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1953
Conversions: 1965, 1974
Year of destruction: 1993
Status: destroyed
Ski club: MŠD Branik Maribor

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History:

In 1953 the first ski jumping hill in Maribor was constructed at mount “Pekrska Gorca” as a K60 after plans of the famous ski jump architect Stanko Bloudek. Later the constructors of Letalnica ski flying hill at Planica, the brothers Gorišek, were in charge of planning the conversion into an 80 meter ski jumping hill. From 1971 to 1982 Maribor was host of the annual three countries tournament, including Villach, Tarvisio and Maribor. In 1993 the complete ski jumping facility was finally removed.

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