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Alemannenschanze:

K-Point: 39 m
Men Winter Hill record: 45.5 m (Joachim Ernst BRD, 1981)
Further jumps: K17
Plastic matting: no
Spectator capacity: 3,000
Year of construction: 1927
Conversions: 1934, 1956
Year of destruction: 1984
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SV Trossingen
Coordinates: 48.079985, 8.654786 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In 1927 the first ski jump construction at Trossingen began and then the completing could be celebrated with the inauguration in 1929. But already in 1934 the ski jump was modernized with plans of the famous ski jump architect C. J. Luther from Munich. The last competition before World War II took place in 1938, then sports traffic lay down until the end of the war.
Afterwards it slowly went up with ski jumping. In 1956 a conversion was necessary, because of a landslide on the landing hill, and only one year later Toni Brutscher from Oberstdorf was able to jump a new hill record of 43 meters. In 1960’s the people of Trossingen built up floodlights and then in 1965 Max Bolkart dominated the first night competition under artificial lights. Additionally a youth ski jump was constructed for younger jumpers.
The last competition was held in the early 1980’s. When a Canadian tank crashed into the judges tower during a military exercise in 1984, the end of Alemannenschanze began, because the costs for rebuilding a modern ski jumping hill wouldn’t have been manageable for the ski club.

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