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Iberg-Schanze:

K-Point: 87.5 m
Men Longest jump: 85.0 m (Sepp Weiler BRD, 1949-02-13, N-GER)
Men Winter Hill record: 83.0 m (Toni Brutscher BRD, 1949-02-13, N-GER)
Year of construction: 1925
Conversions: 1948, ca. 1957, 1968 & 1979
Operating until: ca. 1990

Flucken-Schanze:

K-Point: 40 m
Year of construction: 1948
Conversions: 1972
Operating until: ca. 1995
Coordinates: 47.649306, 10.059003 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed
Ski club: WSV Isny
Coordinates: 47.637177, 10.042087 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The ski jumping hill at Iberg in Riedhölz near Maierhöfen was constructed by WSV Isny in 1926 and inaugurated on January 3, 1927. It should allow jumps over 50 meters and thus replace smaller Hasenbergschanze in Großholzleute near Isny, on which the WSV had already hosted German Championships in 1924.
After World War II the ski jump was reopened on 1949-01-23 and then in February 1949 the West-German Ski Championships were held - attended by around 40,000 spectators! During 1950s a few competitions with well-known national and international ski jumpers were organized. In 1958 German Nationals were organized again on the K70 hill, with Max Bolkart having the longest jump of 81 meters - now attended by 25,000 spectators.
In 1969 and 1980 German Championships were again organized by WSV Isny, which is why Ibergschanze was enlarged as K87.5, presumably in late 1970s, and even homologated by the FIS. Furtermore, over the years many Swabian and German Junior Championships had been held there and in 1972 a 40 meter youth hill was set up at Flucken, not far from Iberg.
With the (re-) construction of the plastic covered ski jumping complex at Hasenberg in 1994-95, the ski jumping hills at Maierhöfen were given up and dismantled. Today there are still a few ski lifts at 960 m high Iberg.

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