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GERGER-SNJohanngeorgenstadt

Lehmergrund

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Murmelmühlenschanze:

K-Point: 36 m
Year of construction: 1920
Year of destruction: 1930

Lehmergrundschanze:

K-Point: 45 m
Tower height: 8 m
Inrun length: 60 m
Inrun angle: 30°
Take-off length: 12 m
Take-off angle: 12°
Take-off height: 3.4 m
Year of construction: 1931
Year of destruction: 1937
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed
Ski club: WSV 08 Johanngeorgenstadt

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History:

As a replacement for the hill located at the train station of Johanngeorgenstadt, a new ski jumping hill was built in Lehmergrund in 1920. The so-called Murmelmühlenschanze was inaugurated on January 15, 1921, but due to its location on a south-facing slope, snow was melting usually rapidly on it and the hill could not be used frequently.
Thus, the workers sportsmen of the "Rot-Sport-Vereinigung" and the "Wintersport-Interessen-Gemeinschaft" Johanngeorgenstadt cooperated to construct a new ski jump at the northern slope located across of the old Murmelmühlenschanze in 1931. This Lehmergrundschanze had been used for competitions until 1937 and after World War II the remainders of the wooden structure were removed.

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