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Seegrube

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Hafkelekarschanze:

K-Point: 38 m
Men Winter Hill record: 42.0 m (Josef Bradl AUT, 1947-12-07)
Inrun angle: 16°
Take-off length: 6 m
Take-off height: 3 m
Landing angle: 33°
Year of construction: 1937

Seegrubenschanze:

K-Point: 45 m
Men Winter Hill record: 46.0 m (Even Sørensen NOR, 1933-03-12)
Year of construction: 1933
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SC Innsbruck
Coordinates: 47.306745, 11.375244 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

With the construction of the Nordkettenbahn ski lift at Innsbruck in 1928, the Seegrube, located at over 1900 meters above sea level, was opened up for winter sports. In addition to alpine skiing competitions, ski jumping competitions on snow jumps were also held there in the 1930s. Because of the altitude - in contrast to the Bergiselschanze - it was possible to jump there in early winter and well into spring.
In March 1933, the Seegruben snow ski jump, which allowed distances of up to 50 meters, was built by Skiclub Innsbruck in just 5 days. The following competition was won by Norway's Even Sørensen, who reached the record distance of 46 meters out of competition. In November 1933 Birger Ruud also trained the local ski jumpers on this natural hill.
As early as 1932, the builder of the Bergisel ski jump, Ing. Albert, had presented plans to build a permanent ski jump at the Seegrube. It was not until August to October 1937 that a training hill with an artificial take-off was constructed at the Frau-Hitt-Warte according to plans by Ing. Mignon. Sepp Bradl won the opening competition on this Hafelekarschanze on December 6th with a hill record of 36.5 meters. Even after World War II, the ski jump was still used and St. Nicholas' and season-end competitions were held there.

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