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Sprungschanze am Großen Loch:

K-Point: ca. 30 m
Year of construction: 1966
Year of destruction: 1978
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed
Ski club: BSG Traktor / SG Grün-Weiß Catterfeld
Coordinates: 50.835898, 10.649620 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

In Catterfeld, today a district of Georgenthal, already in the 1930s there was a ski jump northeast of the Wiederkommshög, near the Catterfelder Tränke, which was also later used for ski jumping competitions. In the 1960s, organized competitions took place on a ski jump at the Ziegelberg, above the Kirschallee. Also in Altenbergen in the 1960s there was a ski jump on Finsterberger Weg, above the large Umbachswiese.
On January 28/29, 1967, the BSG Traktor Catterfeld was able to inaugurate the "Sprungschanze am Großen Loch". The wooden structure was built by wintersports enthusiasts from Catterfeld and Altenbergen and allowed longer jumps than the previous ski jumping hills. Over time, however, it became dilapidated and when major repairs became necessary in 1978, the decision was made to demolish it. Previously, frequent lack of snow made jumping almost impossible, so interest in ski jumping had died out.

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