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Teufelsberg

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Teufelsbergschanzen:

K-Point: 50 m
Men Winter Hill record: 47.5 m (Wolfgang Müller BRD)
Coordinates: 52.500225, 13.240257 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
Further jumps: K24
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 1955
Conversions: 1962, 1964
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SC Pallas Berlin
Coordinates: 52.500225, 13.240257 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The third jumping hill of Berlin was finally the one at Teufelsberg whose profile was planned by the international recommended ski jump builder Heini Klopfer and constructed by him in the fifties. In February 1955 the first competition took place on the 24 m ski jump and finally on March 4, 1962 the large hill at Teufelsberg was opened with a competition watched by 5,000 spectators. Also Jiri Raschka and Olympic Gold Medal Winner Georg Thoma jumped on the hill which had a plastic covering and was enlarged into a K50 in 1964. Already in 1969 the last big competition at Teufelsberg took place, on which also the alpine skiers of Berlin were at home, having a lift, snowing machines and floodlight.
Because of lack of maintenance the infrastructure was dilapidating over the years and was demolished in 1999. When there is enough snow alpine skiing is still possible on Berlins unique wine farming hill (112 m over sea-level) although there are bushes growing on the slope and the soil is very dangerous.

Here a sketch that could wake up ski jumping at Teufelsberg again with two junior hills K27 and K45. They could be covered with artificial snow in winter and be used with plastic mattings in summer. Below the takeoff zone of both inruns is a jump house with warm up room and toilettes in it. The scheme is a student work of Stefan Gurk, Jessica Schlösser and Oliver Klare, a realization is not planned.
www.stefan-gurk.de

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1)   Martin   wrote on 2016-01-01 at 21:31:

Koordinaten sicher?

Hallo Skisprungschanzenteam,
wegen eines Geocaches habe ich Eure angaben zum Auffinden der Sprungschanze verwendet. Leider ohne Erfolg. Ich bin nicht wirklich weiter, habe jedoch ein Foto der Schanze gefunden. http://www.berlin.de/geschichte/historische-bilder/suche/index.php?popup&big&place=Teufelsberg&page=7 In meinen Augen kann die Schanze nicht an der von Euch angegebenen Stelle sein, da der Dachsberg den Blick auf das Olympiastadion und das Corbusier-Haus verbirgt. Habt Ihr evtl. noch mehr Informationen für ein Update?
Herzliche Grüße aus Berlin
Martin Hänel

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