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Tullin Thams Schanze:

K-Point: 18 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1924
Year of destruction: 1940
Status: destroyed

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History:

In 1924 cartwright and ski fabricant Dr. Hänichen was initiating the construction of a ski jump at Schwarzenberg, which allowed jumps on up to 18 m. Due to the growing fascination for ski jumping and the Olympic victory of Norway’s Jacob Tullin Thams at Chamonix in 1924, the jump, which was built on the estate of Dr. Hänichen, was named after the Olympic Gold Medal winner. The inrun was a street and in order to gain speed a inrun construction was set up. The ski jump existed about 15 years and it is said that Dr. Hänichen jumped on it a last time on his 60th birthday, wearing tail-coat and top hat.

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1)   Dan Mcdonald   wrote on 2019-02-23 at 21:46:

I have a perfect set of skis and poles made by this man. The skis are numbers set 122 of 200. They are stamped with his name.The condition is amazing. I got them from a lady whos parents were from Germany.

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