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Agrykola

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Agrykola:

K-Point: 20 m
Men Winter Hill record: 24.5 m (Władyslaw Gąsienica-Roj POL, 1955-01-16)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1925
Status: destroyed
Coordinates: 52.218861, 21.031611 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

A small ski jumping hill in Agrykola Park was built in the 1920's. At the beginning of the 50's, a new facility (project of Mieczysław Gąsienica-Samek, skier and engineer) was built in the same place. The hill record holder was Władyslaw Gąsienica-Roj from Zakopane (1957 Academic World Champion in nordic combined).
The ski-jump (managed by Skra Warsaw club) was open until the 1970s, being some winter "supplement" for the plastic-matting hill on Skarpa. At present there are practically no remnants of the construction.

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