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Lieserbergl

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Hofrat-Maurilius-Mayr-Schanze:

K-Point: 45 m
Men Winter Hill record: 50.0 m (Rudolf Rieger AUT, 1937-02-02)
Inrun length: 150 m
Inrun angle: 29°
Take-off length: 8.8 m
Take-off height: 3.2 m
Landing angle: 37°
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1932
Operating until: ca. 1970
Status: destroyed
Ski club: WSV Gmünd
Coordinates: 46.900267, 13.537020 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

At Gmünd in Kärnten the construction of a ski jumping hill at Lieserbergl started in November 1931. It was initiated by councillor Maurilius H. Mayr, who had received financial aid from the state administration, identified the location and drafted the plans of the ski jump. The "largest and most beautiful" natural hill of Carinthia was inaugurated as "Marilius-Mayr-Schanze" on March 5, 1933. Disturbed by heavy snowfall, Gregor Höll from Mallnitz achieved the longest distance of 40 meters. Also after World War II, the wintersports club of Gmünd, which was founded in 1912, continued to use the hill and organized competitions for the "crest ring of the town of Gmünd". However, in 1960s the ski jump had to be destroyed for the construction of Tauern expressway.
Instead, in 1974 a new 60-meter ski jumping hill was built at Laxhube at Saubergl, which was named after Baldur Preiml, most succesful ski jumper of WSV Gmünd. The inaugural competition on 1975-01-19 was attended by 5,000 spectators and winner Karl Schnabl jumped a record of 55 meters. However, due to lack of funds this was supposed to be the last big competition held at Gmünd.
Furthermore, there were two junior hills at Stubeck, which were jointly operated by WSV Gmünd and SV Malta. They were in use until 1990s.

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