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Pionierschanze Einheit:

K-Point: 22 m
Men Winter Hill record: 22.0 m (R. Kretzschmann DDR, 1973)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 1970
Status: destroyed
Ski club: BSG Einheit Grünbach
Coordinates: 50.449406, 12.361828 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

From May to December 1970 the club members of BSG Einheit Grünbach had been constructing the small ski jumping at former “Ascheplatz” in the middle of the small town in Vogtland in complete manual voluntary work. In order to save money for construction materials, discarded wooden power poles were used for the four meters high inrun construct. When Vogtlandschanze at Klingenthal-Mühlleiten got a new plastic covering two years later, some of these old mattings could be used for the plastic covering of the ski jump of Grünbach. In the following years Pionierschanze was host of children and youth Spartakiade of Auerbach district in ski jumping and Nordic combination in very second year. With the death of longtime coach Helmut Wolf in 1987 the declension of ski jumping at Grünbach had started and could not be stopped, in spite of some attempts to do so. Over the years the ski jumping hill was no more in a good condition, it was dilapidated and finally demolished in 1989.
After the political turnover the “Ascheplatz”, a former garbage dump, was refloated and greened and now only old domestics still remember the place of the former jump.

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2)   Wende,Siegfried   wrote on 2021-02-28 at 14:40:

zu Falkenstein

zu meinem 1.Beitrag gleich ein Ergänzung.Zur Schanze im Göltzschtal gibt es ja doch mehr Bilder als ich wusste.Bitte bei Interesse bei Falkenstein schauen.Bald noch mehr dazu Danke S.Wende

1)   Wende,Siegfried   wrote on 2021-01-17 at 11:51:

ein großes Dankeschön an die Macher dieser Seiten.Als Jugendlicher war ich in den 70-er Jahren Hobbyspringer im Falkensteiner Skiclub und durfte auch in Grünbach mit trainieren.Herrn Wolf habe ich sehr geschätzt.Leider ist das alles Geschichte.Die Sprungschanze in Falkenstein nahe der Talsperre wird von der Natur zurück erobert.Der Kampfrichterturm stand letztes Jahr noch.Meines Wissens existieren keine Bilder von der alten Schanze. Sprünge bis ca.50-55 m waren wohl möglich.

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