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GERGER-NWWinterberg

Am Herrloh

Data | History | Hill records | Contact | Map | Photo gallery | Comments

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Mattenschanzen am Herrloh:

Hill Size: HS 47
K-Point: 44 m
Men Winter Hill record: 50.5 m (Peter Cramer GER, 2001)
Ladies Summer Hill record: 47.0 m (Emily Schneider GER, 2016-10-08)
Hill certificate: Hill certificate
K-Point: 34 m
Ladies Summer Hill record: 35.0 m (Denise Baumhämmel GER, 2004-08-28)
35.0 m (Lea Wallewein GER, 2004-08-28)
35.0 m (Lea Wallewein GER, 2004-08-28)
Further jumps: K22, K8
Plastic matting: yes
Conversions: 2001
Status: operating
Ski club: SK Winterberg

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History:

Already in 1907 the first ski jumping activities with distances up to 18 m were performed on small snow ski jumps at Herrloh near Winterberg, the oldest winter sports place of Western Germany.
The 2001 renovated and converted ski jumping hills at Herrloh are now mainly used for youth training of SK Winterberg, while larger competitions are hosted on St.-Georg-Schanze.

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2)   skisprungschanzen.com   wrote on 2012-05-26 at 21:43:

@Emu

Laut Homepage des SK Winterberg ist es eine K8. Ich finde auch nicht, dass die Schanze nach einer K12 aussieht.

1)   Emu   wrote on 2012-05-06 at 23:07:

Die kleinste Schanze ist keine K-8, sondern K-12. Was man neben der Schanze gut sehen kann...

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