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GERGER-SNKrumhermersdorf

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Schanze am Gansbach:

K-Point: 30 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1952
Conversions: ca. 1975
Operating until: ca. 1980
Status: destroyed
Coordinates: 50.734003, 13.091476 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

At Krumhermersdorf, a village belonging to Zschopau in Saxony, winter sports enthusiasts around Helmut Hänel built a ski jumping hill in early 1950's, which allowed jumps over 20 meters. The natural hill with its wooden take-off was located on a northern slope in the meadows at Gansbach. The creek in the outrun had to be bridged by wooden poles when people were jumping. Until 1960's, regular junior and local championships had been organized in winters and the ski jumping hill was also modernized regularly. With the construction of a small wooden inrun structure, it enabled jumps over 30 meters.
However, by end of 1960's interest in ski jumping had declined and the hill was abandoned. Junior championships were now held on a snow jumping hill at Pulverberg, which also allowed jumps up to 30 m.
Around 1975 the ski jump at Gansbach had been shortly revived, when it was modernized by youngsters from the village. However, by end of 1970's the hill was finally abandoned and dilapidated. Nevertheless, still today the remains of the profile can be recognized in the forest.

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2)   skisprungschanzen.com   wrote on 2020-06-21 at 13:47:

@Neubauer

Vielen Dank für den Hinweis - es wurde nun korrigiert!

1)   Neubauer   wrote on 2020-06-21 at 10:59:

Schanze im Gansbach

Hallo,
leider muss ich zu dem Artikel, Schanze im Gansbach eine Korrektur vornehmen. Es heißt, Wintersportfreund Kurt Hähnel. Richtig muss es heißen Helmut Hänel! Er war im Wintersport sehr arangiert und wohnte nicht weit weg von der Schanze.
Kurt Hähnel war mein Vater. Er hatte nie etwas mit Wintersport zu tun. Er war Ortschronist.
Ich bitte um Korrektur.
Danke Heidrun Neubauer

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