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GERGER-BWSt. Georgen

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St. Georgs Schanze:

K-Point: 35 m
Men Winter Hill record: 36.0 m (T. Fichter BRD, 1972)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1933
Conversions: 1950, 1962
Year of destruction: 1982
Status: destroyed
Ski club: Skiverein St. Georgen
Coordinates: 48.122986, 8.315751 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The ski jump at Storzenberg had several predecessors: In January 1913 the winner on a snow hill jump reached 11,5 m.
In 1922 the first hill with a small wooden inrun tower was opened, on it jumps on up to 25 m were realized.
In 1933 it was demolished and a new wooden construction built up. On this hill which existed until 1949 Hubert Steinebrunner from St. Georgen held the hill record with 38 m.
In 1950 the members of the ski club started the third new construction which was financed by means given by Lotto-Toto and the material was sponsored by the community. The inrun tower was 18 m high and in one of the many competitions through 1950’s Siegfried Stäudinger reached the longest distance with 46 m. In 1961 there was the need to destroy the dilapidated inrun by Bundeswehr pioneers.
In 1964 a smaller hill was built again on which also districts and Black Forest championships of youth jumpers took place. In the late 60’s its profile was again changed and adapted to the latest regulations. In 1972 T. Fichter took the last hill record with 36 m and with the destruction in 1982 the final end of St. Georgs Schanze had come.

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