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Nedelja
Dopoldne
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18º
Ponedeljek
Dopoldne
10º
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20º
Torek
Dopoldne
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18º
Sreda
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15º
Četrtek
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Vreme
1926
The beginnings of Planica
1931
Residential ski centre as a milestone in the development
1932
Stanko Bloudek undertakes the construction of the jumping hills
1933
Ivan Rožman takes over the construction of ski jumps
1934
Planica is put on the world's sports map
1935
Headline-grabbing international event
1936
The renewed jumping hill, new records
1938
Sepp Bradl invincible yet again
1941
Two Yugoslavs first jumped over 100 metres
1948
Ski jumping as an independent discipline
1959
The Death of Stanko Bloudek
1961
The first Slovenian is announced as one of the world record holders
1969
Gorišek brothers bring the world record back to Planica
1971
FIS gives way and acknowledges ski flying
1974
Planica presents the Gorišek breaking point
1979
Slavko Avsenik devotes a memorable tune to Planica
1980
Apart from the jumps, there is also cross-country skiing
1985
During the official training session, three records were set
1987
Since 1987, all records have been set in Planica
1988
A Slovenian becomes the new record holder in Planica
1994
Continuous developments of Planica lead to a new milestone
1997
The greatest success in the history of Slovenian ski jumping
1998
The last event on the Bloudek's giant hill
1999
New Championship, a new record
2000
Ski flying over 200 metres have become regular
2001
Dark times for the Bloudek's Giant hill
2003
72 flights over 200 metres in one event
2005
The biggest number of records set in a single day since 1941
2009
Club 200 is already ancient history
2015
The world record set by a Slovenian again
The first ski running competitions date back to 1926. They were extremely stressful, because they were held on a very difficult terrain with paths largely leading upward. The course ran from Rateče to Tamar and then back to Planica, with the finish line near the end of the jumping hill.
Beautiful nature and ideal conditions for winter sports activities were favourable elements to contribute to the idea of building a ski centre. In parallel with the development of sport, Planica became eye-catching for the tourists as well as for the lovers of nature and mountains.