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AUTAUT-SMühlbach am Hochkönig

Riedingtal

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Nordisches Trainingszentrum Riedingtal:

K-Point: 89 m
Men Winter Hill record: 107.0 m (Josef Bradl AUT)
Further jumps: K70, K54
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1969
Year of destruction: 1982
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SK Mühlbach

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History:

Initiated by ski jumping legend Josef "Bubi" Bradl, the Nordic Training Center at Rieding valley at the foot of Hochkönig was opened in 1969. The three natural ski jumping hills K89, K70 and K54 were used during winter months mainly for training purposes and sometimes also season end competitions were held with international participants. After Bradl had passed away, a final memorial competition was held in 1982, but then the ski jumping facility was abandonned.

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