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GERGER-THZella-Mehlis

Stachelsrain

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Hans-Renner-Schanzen:

Hill Size: HS 34
K-Point: 30 m
Further jumps: K17, K9
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 1976
Conversions: 1990
Status: operating
Ski club: SC Motor Zella-Mehlis

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Zella-Mehlis became stronghold of ski jumping in the GDR after World War II. SC Motor Zella-Mehlis was the home club of German ski jumping legends such as Helmut Recknagel, Horst Queck, Rainer Schmidt and Peter Lesser, and also of the former German national coach Reinhard Heß. Main driver behind the development of ski jumping in Zella-Mehlis was Hans Renner, who was also GDR national coach from 1954 until his demise in 1970. In 1954 Renner invented the use of plastic mattings for summer ski jumping, which are today used on many hills worldwide. He first tested his invention on the Regenbergschanze in Zella-Mehlis in August 1954.
The plastic covered ski jumping hills at Stachelsrain were constructed in 1976. The Hans-Renner-Schanzen were modernized as K30, K17 and K9 in 1990. Still today SC Motor Zella-Mehlis is actively training young ski jumpers and organizing annual competititons, also on the ski jumps in neighbouring Oberhof.

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3)   Holger Löther   wrote on 2020-01-19 at 15:24:

Pfaffentalschanze

Ja, wer hat denn nun noch ein Foto von der Schanze im Pfaffental?
Das war meine erste Schanze, mein rsterr Sprung 1965. Wir sind so um die 20m gesprungen, Rekord war um die 24m.

2)   Michael Mühlemeyer   wrote on 2016-12-09 at 15:56:

Schanze im Pfaffental

Habe ein Bild vom Schanzenturm aus den 1960-ern.

1)   Peter   wrote on 2014-01-06 at 18:01:

... noch 'ne Schanze

Eine sehr interessante und informative Dokumentation!
Ein kleiner Beitrag von mir:
Aus meiner Kindheit in Z-M ist mir noch die Schanze im Pfaffental in Erinnerung. Holzkonstruktion, Weiten von vieleicht 20m ...
Mehr habe ich leider nicht dazu.

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