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Ermelskopfschanze:

K-Point: 38 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1962
Status: out of order
Ski club: SC Oberes Johannland

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History:

At Nepthen-Hainchen in North Rhine-Westphalia the plan of building a ski jumping hill at Ermelskopf 800 m outside of the village was started in 1962. As a prototype the small Olympiaschanze at Partenkirchen had served scaled in 1 to 2. In fall 1964 the youth ski jumping hill K38 could finally be completed and on 1965-01-03 850 spectators came to the inauguration. There Ernst-Otto Haßler set up the first hill record of 38.5 meters.
In the following years numerous competitions were hosted at Hainchen and still today the jump is in a good shape.

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