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Kaplicówka:

K-Point: 35 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1934
Conversions: 1967
Operating until: 1968
Status: destroyed
Coordinates: 49.806438, 18.777299 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In 1934 a ski jumping hill with wooden inrun and knoll was built in Skoczów, on a slope of Kaplicówka mountain called "Pod Dębem" ("Under the Oak"). Before World War II, competitions of local rank was organized there. In January 1967, thanks to the initiative and work of the Towarzystwo Krzewienia Kultury Fizycznej i Turystyki (Society for Propagation of Physical Culture and Tourism) and youth from Skoczów schools, on the eastern slopes of Kaplicówka a new hill with wooden elements was created. The PE teacher Jan Szczepański was a crucial person in creating the facility. However, a year later the press reported that the hill was unusable.

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