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Sprungschanze am Mordgraben:

K-Point: 15 m
Men Winter Hill record: 17.0 m (Karl-Heinz Triebasch DDR)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1964
Status: destroyed
Ski club: BSG Lokomotive Naumburg

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History:

In 1964 ski jumping fascinated parents and pupils of the polytechnical high school at Bad Kösen, a smaller town near the city Naumburg, built up this ski jumping hill. It was constructed in manual handwork in a valley beside the Saale about 2.5 km western of the town and not far of the B87. The soil works at the landing hill, the collection of wood and iron parts for the inrun tower and the construction of it, were realized through the support of local firms in voluntary work with great enthusiasm.
In January the opening ceremony followed by the winter sports group of the school, which was later adopted to BSG Locomotive Naumburg. Except of practising on the hill, only two more ski jumping competitions took place on the hill. Planned tournaments in 1970’s had all to be cancelled due to a lack of snow and so the small group of ski jumpers declined finally. In 1980 the dilapidated inrun tower had to be removed.

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