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S. Ma. Maddalena

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Trampolino di Santa Maria Maddalena:

K-Point: 27 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: yes
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Sci Club Asiago
Coordinates: 45.868111, 11.512946 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

Already from 1911 on there were the first provisional ski jumps constructed by sportsmen of S.C. Asiago and distances up to 24 m were realized.
But then in 1927 the construction of the ski jump at Val Maddarello started. The first hill record was set up at the inauguration in 1928 with 54 meters, until 1932 the longest distance was pushed up to 60 meters. Then in 1934 the ski jump was enlarged and up to 72 m were jumped, but then ski jumping activities ended with World War II.
Later there was the plastic covered K27 jump “Trampolino S. Ma. Maddalena”, but today the U.S. Asiago is only jumping on the Pakstall ski jump of Gallio.

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