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AUTAUT-WWien

Hadersdorf-Weidlingau

Data | History | Hill records | Map | Photo gallery | Comments

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Wienerwaldschanze:

K-Point: 70 m
Men Winter Hill record: 65.0 m (Walter Reinharth AUT, 1938-01-15)
Year of construction: 1936
Conversions: 1940
Operating until: 1949
Coordinates: 48.22453, 16.21473 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

Dagfin-Carlsen-Schanze im Kasgraben:

K-Point: 50 m
Men Winter Hill record: 55.5 m (Andreas Krallinger AUT, 1933-12-31)
Year of construction: 1932
Operating until: 1949
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Spectator capacity: 5,000
Status: destroyed
Ski club: ATV Hadersdorf-Weidlingau
Coordinates: 48.22453, 16.21473 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The history of the ski jumping hills in Hadersdorf-Weidlingau is not the longest, but surely an eventful one. The first ski jump, which was most likely named after the Norwegian ski athlete Dagfin Carlsen, has been built under the direction of ATV Hadersdorf-Weidlingau. Lots of helpers joined in the works, which was caused by underemployment. The special thing about this facility was that it was built on private territory, so that only the permission of the territory owner was necessary. The ski jump allowed distances over 50 meters. All the hill records are documented in the district museum of Penzing.
In 1936, the "Wienerwaldschanze" was built nearby, which was even a bit bigger. The competitions on this ski jump were very popular events. Usually, over 5000 spectators attended there. The last hill record was jumped by Walter Reinharth from Bischofshofen, already before the hill has been enlarged in 1940. The aim was reaching 70 meters but the goal was not met. The last use of the ski jump dates from early 1949, afterwards the ski jump was demolished.
20 years later and after a few winters with less snow, an idea was created: A new 50-meter-hill was supposed to be built at the same place. The snow for this hill was supposed to come from a nearby ski slope at the Hohe-Wand-Wiese. But the idea was never transferred to reality.

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2)   Thomas Z.   wrote on 2021-12-06 at 22:02:

Quelle zu

Sprungschanze in Wien Hadersdorf-Weidlingau, Kasgraben

https://magazin.wienmuseum.at/fileadmin/content/2019/Skisport_in_Wien/Sprungschanze_Weidlingau.jpg

Ganzer Artikel: https://magazin.wienmuseum.at/skisport-in-wien

1)   Thomas Z.   wrote on 2021-12-06 at 22:00:

Der Anlaufturm war an die 10 Meter hoch!

Ein super Foto ist aufgetaucht! Und zwar ein Gemälde aus dem Jahr 1940 (gesprungen wurde 1932-1949). Dort sieht man den riesigen hölzernen Sprungturm! Es kann davon ausgegangen werden, dass der Maler diesen nicht dazuerfunden hat. Somit machen die noch heute sichtbaren Dimensionen viel mehr Sinn. Liebe Grüße, Thomas aus Hütteldorf

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