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AUTAUT-SNeukirchen am Großvenediger

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Venedigerschanze (Eindödschanze):

K-Point: 64 m
Year of construction: 1976
Further jumps: K35, K20
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1909
Conversions: 1930, 1952, 1962, 1976
Status: destroyed
Ski club: USC Neukirchen
Coordinates: 47.24484, 12.279872 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

Already around 1900 there were the first skiing activities around Großvenediger, with 3657 m the highest mountain of Salzburg state. The Einödschanze is first referenced in 1909. The Academic Sports Clubs of Vienna organized a competition there with jumps up to 12 meters.
The ski club of Neukirchen, now USC, was then founded in 1929 and already in the following year Venedigerschanze was built at Einödtratten. After World War II, the ski jump was restored in 1952-53 and converted in 1962. A highlight were the 9th winter games of the Austrian sports union in 1965. The 70-meter hill was added in 1976, such that the facility consisted of three ski jumps for training and competitions.
Meanwhile, the ski jumps cannot be used anymore.

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