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Skocznia TS Wisła:

K-Point: 40 m
Men Winter Hill record: 45.0 m (Stanisław Marusarz POL, 1934-01-06)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1931
Operating until: ca. 1939
Status: destroyed
Coordinates: 49.345096, 20.013285 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

At the turn of the year 1931/1932, on the initiative of Col. Franciszek Wagner, a well-known pioneer of the ski department of the famous sports club "Wisła", a ski jump with a wooden inrun was built on the northern slope of Galicowa Grapa. It was located on the border of Poronin and Biały Dunajec in the area called Świdry or U Świder, also called Orawcowy Wierch in the press of the time. Ing. M. Kowalski was in charge of the project. The inaugural competition took place on January 10, 1932. The coach of the Polish team at the time, Norwegian Per Klykken, made the first jump. Izydor Gąsienica-Łuszczek won the competition with jumps of 25 and 28 meters. In February of the same year, more competitions were held, in which the best Polish jumpers took part after their return from the Olympic Games in Lake Placid. Stanisław Marusarz then won with a 40-meter hill record. On Epiphany 1934, Marusarz won another competition in Poronin with a jump of 45 m. It was probably the last record on the hill that did not stand the test of time and was forgotten after World War II.

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