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UKRBryukhovychi Брюховичі Brzuchowice

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Z'yavlens’ka hora (З'явленська гора / Zjawieńska Góra):

K-Point: 45 m
Men Winter Hill record: 46.0 m (Stanisław Marusarz POL, 1936)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1934
Status: destroyed

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History:

The ski jumping hill of the project of Andrzej Teisseyre in Brzuchowice (then within the borders of Poland, currently ukr. Bryukhovychi) near Lviv was built in 1934. Its opening took place in February of the following year, when the championship of the Lviv district of the Polish Ski Association was organized. By design, the facility was to allow jumps up to 55 meters. The hill record, however, was 46 meters and belonged to Stanisław Marusarz (1936).
An interesting residual after years of splendor of the hill is the Polish-sounding name of the nearby street - Скочня ("Skochnya" - from Polish "Skocznia" = "Ski jumping hill").

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