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GERGER-BYBad Hindelang

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Hindelanger Hornschanze:

K-Point: 70 m
Men Winter Hill record: 75.0 m (Toni Brutscher BRD, 1952)
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1913
Conversions: 1948
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SV Hindelang
Coordinates: 47.49742, 10.36336 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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History:

The first ski jumping hill on the northern slopes of Imberger Horn at Bad Hindelang in Allgäu already existed in 1913/1914.
After World War II from 1948 to 1950 it was replaced by a new 70 meter jumping hill, on which even world class jumpers competed. The landing hill of the all-natural jump is still clearly recognizable and located directly next to today Hornbahn.
Freestyle skiing World Cups had also been hosted at Hindelang for many years and therefore a trick ski jumping hill was made out of snow at Oberjoch next to Iselerbahn. For the hosting of Freestyle World Championships in 1989 the landing hill was already modelled in the previous summer in order to minimize the need of snow.

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1)   Bernd Schwarzbauer   wrote on 2011-07-10 at 04:08:

Sprungschanzen im Allgäu

Es gab in den fünfziger und sechziger Jahren einige Großschanzen im Allgäu. Neben der Schanze in Hindelang gab es noch die Kobelschanze in Füssen, auf der Sepp Weiler einen deutschen Weitenrekord von 94 Metern sprang. Ausserdem gab es die große Ibergschanze in der Nähe von Isny wo schon Deutsche Meisterschaften ausgetragen wurden. In Immenstadt gabe es auch ein Großschanze. In Nessel Füssen stand damals auch als Austragungsort für die Vierschanzentournee zur Auswahl. In Nesselwang gibt es auch noch eine größere Schanze.

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