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GERGER-SNNeustadt in Sachsen

Polenz

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Polenztalschanzen:

K-Point: 28 m
Further jumps: K12
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 1964
Conversions: 1978
Year of destruction: 1994
Status: destroyed
Ski club: BSG Traktor Polenz
Coordinates: 51.015981, 14.175608 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In Polenz, a district of Neustadt in Saxony, the Polenztalschanze was built in 1963-64 by the BSG Traktor Polenz based on the initiative of sports enthusiast Pellmann. Cooperative farmer Heinz Beyer and the LPG supplied the plot and the wood for free, therefore the young athletes had to help with the harvest. The ski jump was inaugurated on January 12, 1964, with the first hill record set at 19 meters.
Later, both ski jumping hills, which were located at Flämmigt creek, were converted and equipped with plastic mattings such that the first summer competition could take place on October 15th, 1978. With the fall of the Wall, ski jumping disappeared from Neustadt and so the ski jumping facility was demolished around 1994. Günter Pilz, who was the GDR team winner in the ski jumping event in 1972, jumped there before. Gerd Siegmund also made his very first jumps here before transfering to Sebnitz and then to Oberwiesenthal.

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