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GERGER-SNWehrsdorf

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Steinbergschanze:

K-Point: 25 m
Men Winter Hill record: 29.0 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1933
Conversions: 1950
Status: destroyed
Ski club: WSV 1859 Wehrsdorf

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History:

Wintersports enthusiasts from Wehrsdorf had built the first ski jumping hill at the eatern foot of Steinberg in 1932-1933. It was inaugurated on February 2, 1933. Due to World War II ski jumping activities stopped and the wooden structure dilapidated.
The next attempt to establish this location as a ski jumping site was made in 1950. The inauguration of the new and enlarged Steinberg-Schanze took place in April 22, 1950. Fun fact: the inrun structure was located on territory belonging to Steinigtwolmsdorf, thus the ski jumpers always started their jumps in Steinigtwolmsdorf and landed in Wehrsdorf.
Already in 1960 the hill was given up since the wooden tower had become ramshackle. Furthermore, other ski jumping facilities in Sohland at "Schwarzen Busch" and Tännicht had offered better conditions and became more important. The final hill record was 29 meters.

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