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SLOPertoča

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Skakalnica Gorička Planica:

Hill Size: HS 33
K-Point: 28 m
Men Winter Hill record: 33.5 m (Timi Zajc SLO, 2013-01-27)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1978
Status: operating
Ski club: ŠKTD Mladost Pertoča

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History:

Ten kilometres north-west of the city of Murska Sobota in the far north-east of Slovenia is the village of Pertoča, in the middle of a Slovenian hill-shaped landscape called Goričko. Here ski jumping interested inhabitants and teen­agers built a ski jumping hill for a first time in 1978. This one is in the centre of the town, it is a complete natural ski jump and has a critical point of 28 m.
For the yearly competition, held by the local association for sports and tourism, the takeoff is prepared out of snow. Since people in the Goričko area respect and support their status of a national park very much, a plastic covering of the hill is not even discussed.

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