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K-Point: 25 m
Year of construction: 1920
Conversions: 1931
Coordinates: 49.300878, 19.96921 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

Skocznia przy TS "Wisła":

K-Point: 20 m
Coordinates: 49.293143, 19.966015 Google Maps OpenStreetMap


K-Point: 15 m
Coordinates: 49.296874, 19.964617 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed
Ski club: TS Wisła Zakopane, HKN Zakopane
Coordinates: 49.300878, 19.96921 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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Antałówka (937 m above sea level) is a vast hill that rises east of the center of Zakopane. Over the years, there were several training ski jumping hills there.
In the history of Polish ski jumping, the natural hill at Chycówka, where the first national championship in 1920 was held, is particularly remembered. The facility was prepared a few days before the competition and was not of a permanent nature. This is how Józef Kapeniak described it in the book "Tatrzańskie Diabły": "Chycówka was a steep, 15-meter bank of the Chycowy Potok valley, above the railway station. The jump was made of branches and snow, the inrun was not very steep. (...) The longest jump without falling, Pawłowski, 14 m". The first Polish champion was then Leszek Pawłowski from Lviv.
In December 1931, the construction of the "second training hill at Chycówka" was announced. The money for its preparation was obtained from the local authorities by Col. Franciszek Wagner, activist of the "Wisła" Sports Society. As early as January 1932, a junior competition was held there in memorial of Lieutenant Z. Wóycicki. The competition was won by Jan Gut, and the longest jump was made by a competitor named Giewont (18 m). This facility appeared on the map of Zakopane in one of the guides from 1934, but in the same year the press reported that the jump "is to be moved to a more frequented area, namely Wierszyki between Biała and Żywczańskie". During the German occupation during World War II, Jan Gąsiorowski jumped there, the future club coach of e.g. the Olympic champion from 1972, Wojciech Fortuna.
After World War II, the all-terrain ski jump at Chycówka was still functioning, as evidenced by press reports from 1947 and 1948, and its administrator was the Scout Ski Club (Harcerski KN). According to Jan Gąsiorowski's recollections, in the following years (1950s), new ski jumps were built in other places in Antałówka. Among them, there are two near Jagiellońska Street: one near the TS "Wisła" club building and the "Sanato" guesthouse (with a wooden inrun), and the other opposite the former "Warszawianka" (off-road) villa.

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