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CZECZE-ULoučná pod Klínovcem

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

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Keilbergschanze im Fuchsloch:

K-Point: 50 m
Men Winter Hill record: 64.5 m (Bohuslav Škoda CZE, 1939)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1920
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Skizunft Keilberg

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History:

At Keilberg (today Klínovec and with 1244 m highest peak of Erzgebirge) after World War I a natural ski jumping hill was built at Fuchsloch (Liščí Důl) between Wiesenthal (Loučná pod Klínovcem), Boží Dar (Gottesgab) and Stolzenhain (Háj). Its profile was constructed on 27 meters and the takeoff was even three meters high.
Later this Keilbergschanze, also called Fuchslochschanze, was even enlarged and in 1925 the Czech Willi Dick and Norway’s Henry Ljungmann – World Champion and vice champion of the same year at Johannisbad – jumped on 59.5 m. The hill was then used until World War II, after that it was given up. The last hill record was set up in 1939 with 64,5 m by Bohuslav Škoda.

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5)   Hagen Görner   wrote on 2019-12-26 at 06:57:

Wilhelm Dick was born 1897 in Weipert; till 1919 part of Österreich-Ungarn.
The part with the WC is right. (@JanGregora)
Unfortunately he was forcibly expelled from the Czechs from his homeland around the Keilberg in 1945 for the rest of his life.
So I don`t know, if he was proud of the Czechs anymore. ;-)

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilhelm_Dick

4)   Jan Gregora   wrote on 2019-12-07 at 20:49:

Willi Dick was "Deutschböhme". He represented Czechoslovakia at FIS World Nordic Skiing Championships in 1925 and 1927 but he also represented Germany at WC in 1926. Naturally, his nationality was German. But primarily, he was the first ski jumping World Champion! Let's be proud of him, Czechs and Germans together...

3)   St.   wrote on 2019-07-26 at 22:19:

https://www.google.com/maps/place/50%C2%B025'06.5%22N+12%C2%B058'53.1%22E/@50.4052336,12.9574597,242m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x0!8m2!3d50.418461!4d12.981408

2)   Jan Walther   wrote on 2019-07-25 at 22:15:

Mich würde der exakte Standort dieser ehemaligen Schanze interessieren. Die Luftaufnahme hilft mir bei der Orientierung leider nicht weiter. Könnt Ihr den Ort genauer darstellen?

PS: tolle Seite! Bin durch den "Blick"-Artikel über Frank Häuer aufmerksam geworden!

Mit freundlichen Grüßen

Jan Walther

1)   Erich Wetzka   wrote on 2013-03-20 at 05:55:

Herr Willi Dick war ein Deutscher kein Tscheche.

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