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Schanzen im Buch:

K-Point: 49 m
Men Winter Hill record: 52.0 m (Andreas Scherer BRD)
Further jumps: K30, K15
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1930
Conversions: 1948, 1983
Status: out of order
Ski club: TSV Laichingen

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History:

In 1924 the community council allowed the Swabian Alp club to construct a ski jumping hill at Eichberg in Laichingen, but it took until the founding of snow shoe walking division in 1926 and then in January 1927 the very first competition at Eichberg was hosted. Also ski jumping on a temporarily jump at Nattenbuch in nearby Feldstetten did not slow down the wish for a better and larger new ski jumping hill. After several petitions finally the “Schanze im Buch” was set up and inaugurated on February 1st, 1931 with an open ski jumping competition.
Still in the same year the inrun tower was elevated with 4 on now 8 meters, in order to gather a larger velocity. In 1935 the hill record was situated at 36 m and could not be improved until the last competition in 1941. After World War II the ski jumping hill was dilapidated and unusable and the ski club decided a reconstruction in November 1946.
Since the history of Laichingen city was entrenched with the traditional handcraft of linen weaving, the idea of a so-called cup competition was born. Then in 1949 the very first Linen Weaver Competition was hosted and annually organized until 1958. Unfortunately the already dilapidated ski jumping hill had to be completely torn down in 1961/62 and afterwards ski jumping activities were lying down until the 50th sports club anniversary in 1978. With the construction of the skiing cabin below the ski jump it was recovered as a natural ski hill, too.
In summer 1983 the new inrun tower was set up in order to organize federal skiing games of pupils’ in the up-coming winter, where among others Dieter Thoma (3rd place) was participating. From mid 1990’s on the ski jumps haven’t been used, since ski jumping is too much snow-depended and a plastic covering in unrealistic for a small ski jumping club.

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3)   Helmut Ströhle-Fuchs   wrote on 2011-12-12 at 14:50:

Hallo Hr.Schlenk
Bin gerade im Ski-Sprungschanzen-Archiv auf die Schanze in Laichingen gestoßen und habe mir gedacht ich schreibe mal ein paar Zeilen. Es ist immer wieder Interesant die Geschichte der einzelnen Vereine zu lesen, so auch Ihre.
Wenn Sie einmal Lust und Zeit haben, dann schauen Sie doch auch mal auf die Hompage vom SC-Degenfeld. So, genug der Werbung in eigener Sache. Ich weis es, was es heißt, die Schanzen immer wieder in Schuß zu halter und auch die Anlagen drum herum zu pflegen. Deswegen kann man den Herren von damals nicht genug Dank und Anerkennung zollen sich für so einen Schritt zu entscheiden.

Viele Grüße von der Stubersheimer Alb

2)   skisprungschanzen.com   wrote on 2011-03-18 at 22:45:

1952

Vielen Dank für die schöne Anekdote! Wenn Sie das Foto zur Verfügung stellen wollen, schicken Sie bitte an sssa@gmx.net!

1)   Karl Sautter   wrote on 2011-03-18 at 18:40:

Schanze im Buch

Ich habe ein Foto von der Schanze, etwa aus dem Jahr 1952.
Wir mussten damals als Schüler den Schanzenberg „träppeln“. Immer wenn ein Springer gestürzt war kamen wir von der Seite in den Hang und träppelten die Mulde wieder zu
Man hatte uns ein Bluna versprochen, wenn wir zu der Siegerehrung am Abend in den Adlersaal kommen. Hingegangen sind wir alle, aber keiner beachtete uns, von wegen eine Bluna. Wir waren alle enttäuscht und gingen wieder heim.
Gruß
Karl

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