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POLPOL-DSokołowsko Görbersdorf

Garbatka

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Garbatka:

K-Point: 25 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1940's
Status: destroyed
Coordinates: 50.679724, 16.238282 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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After World War II, a ski jumping hill was built on the slope of Garbatka mountain in Sokołowsko. A large pile of soil was built for its construction, but the inrun was natural. The ski jumping hill was located next to the ski slope, therefore, the ski jumpers got to the top of the ski jumping hill via the ski lift. However, due to its poor profile, it was not safe for the ski jumpers, and one of them even broke his leg on it. In the 1960s it was closed for security reasons. The club that trained there belonged to a nearby mine.

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1)   Till Scholtz-Knobloch   wrote on 2021-01-07 at 16:43:

1934 eröffnet

Die Skisprungschanze in "Görbersdorf in Schlesien" (polnisch Sokołowsko) wurde laut deutschem Wikipediaeintrag des Ortes 1934 eröffnet. Die 797 m hohe Garbatka heißt auf deutsch Görbersdorfer Reichmacher

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