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Hill Size: HS 137
K-Point: 120 m
Men Winter Hill record: 144.5 m (Franz-Josef Rehrl AUT, 2023-02-03, NC-WC)
Men Winter Official hill record: 143.5 m (Sigurd Pettersen NOR, 2003-12-29, WC)
Men Summer Hill record: 145.5 m (Gregor Schlierenzauer AUT, 2007-10-20, N-AUT)
Women Winter Hill record: 141.5 m (Chiara Hölzl AUT, 2020-02-01, L-WC)
Total height: 140 m
Tower height: 44 m
Inrun length: 99 m
Inrun angle: 35°
Take-off length: 6.5 m
Take-off angle: 11°
Take-off height: 3.38 m
Speed: 93.2 km/h
Landing angle: 35.5°
Hill certificate: Hill certificate
Plastic matting: yes
Conversions: 2003
Coordinates: 47.404856, 10.294505 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
K120 (2003-...)K115 (1993-2002)K110 (1972-1993)


Hill Size: HS 106
K-Point: 95 m
Men Winter Hill record: 112.5 m (Jarl Magnus Riiber NOR, 2024-01-14, NC-WC)
Men Winter Official hill record: 105.5 m (Halvor Egner Granerud NOR, 2021-02-26, WSC)
Men Summer Hill record: 108.0 m (Maksim Bartolj SLO, 2022-09-10, OPA)
Women Winter Hill record: 109.0 m (Marita Kramer AUT, 2021-02-25, WSC)
Women Summer Hill record: 101.5 m (Anna Rupprecht GER, 2015-08-22, L-N-GER)
Tower height: 32 m
Inrun length: 95.5 m
Inrun angle: 35°
Take-off angle: 11°
Take-off height: 2.2 m
Landing angle: 35°
Hill certificate: Hill certificate
Plastic matting: yes
Conversions: 2011
Coordinates: 47.404825, 10.293997 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
K95 (2011-...)K90 (1979-2011)K70 (1925-1978)


Hill Size: HS 60
K-Point: 56 m
Men Winter Hill record: 60.0 m (Sven Kühn GER, 1999-01-19)
Men Summer Hill record: 62.5 m (Thomas Hofer AUT, 2009-08-13, NC)
62.5 m (Jonne Veteläinen FIN, 2012-08-31, NC)
62.5 m (Dominik Terzer AUT, 2012-09-01, NC)
Women Winter Hill record: 39.5 m (Lena Tümmers GER, 2016-03-05)
Women Summer Hill record: 59.0 m (Katharina Althaus GER, 2013-10-04, L-J-N-GER)
Hill certificate: Hill certificate
Year of construction: 1972
Conversions: 2003, 2015, 2019
Coordinates: 47.405094, 10.292366 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
Hill Size: HS 42
K-Point: 37 m
Men Winter Hill record: 42.0 m (Noah Witter GER, 2022-02-26)
42.0 m (Colin Ketterer GER, 2023-01-21)
Year of construction: 2019
Coordinates: 47.405413, 10.292435 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
Hill Size: HS 25
K-Point: 22 m
Women Winter Hill record: 24.5 m (Sina Kiechle GER, 2020-03-01)
Year of construction: 2019
Coordinates: 47.405537, 10.292449 Google Maps OpenStreetMap
K-Point: 30 m
Men Winter Hill record: 32.5 m (Benjamin Hauber GER, 1994-01-18)
Women Winter Hill record: 23.5 m (Franziska Huber GER, 2005-03-12)
Women Summer Hill record: 23.5 m (Kathrin I. Fischer GER, 1999-07-23)
Year of construction: 1997
Operating until: 2019
Status: destroyed
Hill Size: HS 22
K-Point: 20 m
Men Winter Hill record: 22.0 m (Otto Schall GER, 1994)
Women Winter Hill record: 17.5 m (Tabea Oeffner GER, 2016-03-05)
Women Summer Hill record: 19.5 m (Jasmin Eggenberger SUI, 1999-07-23)
Year of construction: 1997
Year of destruction: 2019
Status: destroyed
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: yes
Spectator capacity: 25,500
Year of construction: 1925
Conversions: 1930, 1936, 1949, 1972, 1986, 2002-2003, 2019, 2022
Status: operating
Ski club: SC Oberstdorf
Coordinates: 47.404856, 10.294505 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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In 1909 Bruno Bieler from Freiburg jumped 22 metres on the first „large“ hill in Oberstdorf on the “Schanze auf den Halden” which was an outstanding performance at that time. Oberstdorf was the place in Germany where ski jumping was most developed at that time.
In order to form more good jumpers it was necessary to build larger ski jumping hills. The large ski jump at Halden got concurrency after the efforts made by the spa director Hermann Schallhammer to build in a better jump on Schattenberg, constructed by the architect Hans Gschwender. The hill was inaugurated on December 27, 1925 and later enlarged for hosting the German Championships in 1930 and the Olympic qualifiers in 1936.
After World War II the "ski jumping trio of Oberstdorf", consisting of Heini Klopfer, Toni Brutscher and Sepp Weiler, immediately started to revive Schattenbergschanze and club activities of SC Oberstdorf swiftly re-gained momentum. Already on January 1, 1946 the hill was reused for jumping and in 1949-50 it was reconstructed into a large hill according to plans made by Klopfer. By 1950, the hill record was increased to 82 metres by Sepp Weiler. On January 4, 1953, Schattenbergschanze was hosting for the first time a competition of the newly established Four Hills Tournament.
Though the wooden K70 hill had been continuously enlarged, it had become out-dated over the years and just in time four the Four Hills Tournament in 1972, a new, modern K110 hill with an inrun tower made from reinforced concrete was constructed beside. The hill was also supposed to act as a backup venue for the ski flying world championships in 1973. Around the same time, the plastic covered K56 practicing hill was built and opened in 1974. Furthermore, in 1978-79 also the 70 meter normal hill was modernized as K85.
In 1987 the Schattenberg ski stadium was host of Nordic Ski World Championships with enormous accounts of tens of thousands of spectators. Therefore, the normal hill was re-constructed as K90 with a reinforced concrete inrun tower. Further changes to the ski jumping facility were made in 1997, when the inclined elevator was built and the junior hills K30 and K20 were added.
Then, Ski-Club Oberstdorf was again awarded to host the Nordic World Championships in 2005. Therefore, the ski jumping facility was fundamentally modernized for 16.6m Euro in 2002. Since the inauguration with the Four Hills Tournament competition in 2003, the arena of Oberstdorf consists of the Schattenbergschanzen K120, K90, K56, K30 and K19. Beside the ski jumping hills, also general infrastructure was improved by constructing two lifts and a world wide unique spectator stand which can host up to 24,000 spectators.
In spring 2011 the around 4.7m Euro expensive modernization of the normal hill had started. The 30 year old inrun tower of K90 was torn down and replaced by a new one, which was moved backwards by 6.2 m. The new K95 / HS 106 ski jump was completed in November 2011. Furthermore, the K57 hill was modernized in 2015 and its decades old inrun had been renewed.
Since December 2004, the Schattenberg ski jumping stadium had been officially called "Erdinger Arena". In December 2017, the title sponsor and name have changed to "Audi Arena Oberstdorf". Since May 2022 it is called "Skisprung Arena", which is the German name for "ski jumping arena". Furthermore, in spring-summer 2022 the hills were covered with new plastic mattings and the landing hills were modernized.

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18)   Axelander   wrote on 2022-02-27 at 16:52:

Neuer Schanzenrekord auf der HS42:
Noah Witter, WSV Isny, 42 Meter

16)   Knarf   wrote on 2020-03-16 at 10:17:

Tournee 2020/21

Warum beginnt man die Vierschanzen-Tounee 2021 nicht mit den Neujahrsspringen in Garmisch und beendet diese am 9.-10.Januar mit 2 Skifliegen auf der Flugschanze Oberstdorf?

15)   Marco   wrote on 2016-01-27 at 21:46:

Die Kapazität der Arena liegt nicht bei 24.000, sondern bei offiziell 27.005 Plätzen, davon 1.337 Sitzplätzen.

14)   Faaaan   wrote on 2015-09-23 at 12:57:

I'm still waiting for a full list of high-HS137 hill record: From 1926-1973. And where can I find it on your own?31

13)   Faaan   wrote on 2015-04-01 at 21:11:

I'm looking for a full table Schattenberg hill record high since the inception of the hill.

If, that table was still normal hill in Schattenberg, I would add would ask ..

12)   Anne   wrote on 2015-01-30 at 06:37:

104,0 m (Yuki Itō JPN, 24.01.2015, L-WC)????

HS 106
Punkt K: 95 m

WC Hill Record 101.5 m
(23 JAN 2015 HENRICH T. CAN G24/89.2km/h)

11)   Marco   wrote on 2015-01-24 at 00:38:

Der Schanzenrekord (Winter) ist falsch! Sebastian Bradatsch (GER) sprang im Rahmen des DSV JOSKA Jugendcup / Deutschlandpokals am 11.03.2012 106,5 m.

10)   Mike   wrote on 2014-09-25 at 16:07:

More summer records

HS 106 hill men's summer record

19.9.2014 Michael Herrmann 105,5 meter in Deutschlandpokal -competition before 107,5 meter jump Tim Heinrich the same competition

HS 106 hill women's summer record

20.9.2014 Ulrike Gräßler 101,0 m in Deutschlandpokal -competition

HS 60 hill women's summer record 4.10.2013

Katharina Althaus 58,0 m, Gianina Ernst 58,5 m and Katharina Althaus 59,0 m jump's in Deutsche Meisterschaften -competition

9)   Sascha Hädrich   wrote on 2014-09-23 at 17:20:

Neuer Schanzenrekord HS 106

Im Rahmen des Deutschlandpokals gab es am vergangenden Wochenende einen neuen Schanzenrekord.
Tim Heinrich vom WSV Schmiedefeld sprang 107.5 Meter auf der Normalschanze.


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