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Kohlhepp-Schanze:

K-Point: 58 m
Men Summer Hill record: 71.0 m (Martin Schmitt GER, 2000)
Plastic matting: yes
Further jumps: K30
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1972
Conversions: 1985, 2001
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SKIF, SC Furtwangen

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History:

Already in 1908 the first ski jumps were performed on a snow hill at Friedhofberg in Furtwangen. In 1925/26 the first ski jumping hill was built at Engelgrund.
After World War II the SC Furtwangen constructed a 55 meter ski jump at Weiherstraße in 1949. In 1953 the Norwegian Olympic Gold medal winner Dahl Eilert jumped a hill record of 58 m. But then in 1960 the area was declined as a settlement area and the jump had to be given up.
In 1972 the construction of Kohleppschanze in Seufzerallee had started and on 1976-01-31 it was finally inaugurated. After the plastic covering in 1985 the K58 was mainly used by youth jumpers from the whole Black Forest area and in 2001 the last modernization took place.
But in March 2006 the inrun of the jump was damaged through a heavy snow load and then the whole inrun tower had to be torn down completely in fall, which meant the end of a nearly 100 year long ski jump tradition in Furtwangen.

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3)   Rado   wrote on 2019-04-21 at 20:56:

Sehr schade

Hallo Michael, was du sagst, ist wirklich schade aber ich bin mir ganz sicher, dass es in Furtwangen irgendwo noch kleinere Schanzen gab oder gibt. Ich bin zwar nicht aus Furtwangen aber vor etwa 14 Jahren war ich mal irgendwo in Furtwangen oder Umgebung und meinte eine Jugendschanze gesehen zu haben. Ist das was dran? Gibt es noch irgendwo Reste davon? Danke schonma. Gruß Rado

2)   Michael   wrote on 2015-02-13 at 18:07:

Schade

Schade, Schade, dass es in Furtwangen keine Schanzenanlage mehr gibt. Wäre voll dafür, dass die Stadt Furtwangen mal Geld in solche gescheiden Dinge steckt, statt jedes Jahr den Marktplatz frisch pflastert.
Auch für das ortsansässige Skiinternat wäre die Furtwanger Schanze eine geeignete Trainingsstätte, statt jedes Mal die Athleten nach Hinterzarten zu karren.
Ich selbst komme aus Furtwangen und finde, dass msn die Anlage wieder in einen gescheiden Zustand bringt.

1)   Backs   wrote on 2011-01-23 at 14:20:

Hill record

Hill record - 71 m - Martin Schmitt - 2000

http://schanzenfotos.de/1280x1024.htm

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