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Hochkopfschanze:

K-Point: 35 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1946
Year of destruction: 1959
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SC Todtmoos
Coordinates: 47.741547, 8.004027 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

Already in 1914 at Todtmoos in Black Forest the first ski festival with competitions in alpine skiing, ski jumping and cross-country took place. In 1936 the ski jumping hill directly above the town was enlarged and converted, which was a great push for ski jumping at Todtmoos.
After World War II a new ski jump was built up at Beckenbühl, called Hochkopfschanze, and at the annual Epiphany competition many jumpers came to the jump, from other regions, too. But in 1959 it was a victim of the construction of a new road around Todtmoos, wherefore the SC Todtmoos earned 25,000 DM. But with this money a new ski jump wasn’t built up and so ski jumping at Todtmoos was finished.

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1)   Burkhart Kaiser   wrote on 2013-03-17 at 15:59:

Schanzenrekord ?

Wer weiß noch die Weite des Schanzenrekordes - ich meine, es war Wolfgag Happle mit 56 Meter

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