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Ludwig-Schuhmann-Schanze:

K-Point: 60 m
Year of construction: 1923
Further jumps: K40, K30, K25
Status: destroyed
Plastic matting: no
Ski club: TJ Sokol Pernink

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History:

In Bärringen (today Pernink) in the Czech part of Erz Mountains in the Karlovy Vary district on 1923-01-21 Ludwig-Schuhmann-Schanze was inaugurated and allowed jumps on around 35 meters. After World War II it was constantly enlarged up to K60, whereby finally a wooden super- structure for upper landing hill and an inrun tower were constructed.
Today the former landing hill is still good to see, although the ski jumping hill hasn’t been used since 1970’s.

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1)   Schmidt, Mario   wrote on 2014-10-12 at 16:30:

Hier haben Hans Renner, der Erfinder der Sprungmatten, und Rudolf Höhnl, Medaillengewinner bei WM, das Skispringen erlernt. Ewald Roscher, der deutsche Skisprungpapst,Nationaltrainer von Deutschland und der Schweiz, stammt aus dem Nachbarort und dürfte auch hier gesprungen sein.

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