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AUTAUT-KMallnitz

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Albert-Bildstein-Tauernschanze:

K-Point: 55 m
Men Longest jump: 60.0 m (Josef Gumpold AUT, 1934-02-04, N-AUT)
Men Winter Hill record: 54.0 m (Larsen Urdal NOR, 1934-02-04, N-AUT)
Inrun angle: 24°
Take-off length: 6.7 m
Landing angle: 34°
Conversions: 1933
Operating until: 1941
Coordinates: 46.992041, 13.145581 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
K55 (1933-1941)K40 (1925-1933)

Angermannwald-Jugendschanze:

K-Point: 30 m
Further jumps: K20
Coordinates: 46.991387, 13.173383 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1925
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SC Mallnitz
Coordinates: 46.988983, 13.169669 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In 1925 sking pioneer Albert Bildstein constructed a large ski jumping hill in the Tauern valley close to Mallnitz. It was supposed to allow jumps over 40 meters and was opened on March 8, 1925. The inaugural competition was held on March 15 and winner was Dagfinn Carlsen from Norway with a record distance of 35 meters. Around the same time there was also already a 20-meter junior hill in the town at Angermannwald. In 1926, the joint state championships of Salzburg and Carinthia were held at Mallnitz, in February 1927 the Austrian youth ski day, and in March 1928 the Austrian national championships.
Prior to the Carinthian championships in 1931, the ski jump was enlarged in order to allow jumps up to 50 meters. During that time, particularly the Josephi competitions attracted the best Austrian ski jumpers to Mallnitz, which included local hero Gregor Höll. In February 1934, Schiklub Mallnitz hosted the ÖM once again and for that purpose Bildstein-Schanze was modernized as a K55. Also in 1936 the Austrian and academic ski championships were held there.
After World War II, presumably only the junior hill was still used by Skiclub Mallnitz at least during 1950s.

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