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AUTAUT-NOTürnitz

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Eibl-Schanze am Spittelberg:

K-Point: ca. 50 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1932
Conversions: 1936-38, 1951
Operating until: 1956
Status: destroyed
Ski club: WSV Türnitz
Coordinates: 47.928414, 15.474468 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In February 1929, the “Ostmark Ski Club” from Vienna organized the Ostmark race together with the Türnitz winter sports group, where both cross-country skiing and ski jumping were on the program - presumably on a small ski jump at Scharbachtal. In 1932, the ski jumping hill at Spittelberg, a foothill of the Eibl, was built. In 1936-38, it was enlarged to allow jumps of over 50 meters. It had a natural inrun, a wooden take-off table, and a judge's tower. The inauguration on January 22, 1939, took place under the name "Hofrat Dr. Jary-Schanze".
The ski jump continued to be used after World War II and was renewed in 1951. The last competition were probably the "Austrian Academic Championships with Foreign Participation" on February 28, 1956.

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