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Selfranga-Schanze:

K-Point: 50 m
Men Winter Hill record: 57.5 m (Sepp Weiler BRD, 1950-01-02)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1914
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Ski Club Klosters

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History:

In 1908 there was the first jumping hill on Graggenegg, where jumps on up to 17 meters were possible.
The Selfranga ski jump with stands was completed in 1914, the costs were 1634 SFr at that time. At the first competition 1914 Parodi set up a hill record of 43.0 meters, the first tournament with international participants took place in 1922 on Selfranga. After World War II Sepp Weiler landed a last hill record with 57.5 m, but then the alpine section superseded ski jumping in the Ski Club Klosters.
At the moment there are serious efforts to reanimate the jump!

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1)   Irina Peng   wrote on 2011-04-07 at 12:45:

abgerissen

Wan wurde die Schanze abgerissen?
In welchem Jahr?
Und wer baute sie?

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