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K-Point: 22 m
Men Winter Hill record: 25.0 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: yes
Year of construction: 1960
Status: destroyed
Ski club: SSG Anklam
Coordinates: 53.852991, 13.699734 Google Maps OpenStreetMap

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Anklam is a small hanseatic city separated about 10 kilometres of Baltic Sea and was an important centre of winter sports in northern former GDR for many years. With nearly 800 active ski runners the Anklam best competed in districtal and regional championships and participated in competitions in Erz Mountains and Thuringia, too.
A very special scarceness in this flat coastal landscape was the 1960 constructed ski jumping hill, which was built up in internal labour by the sportsmen of Anklam. The costs were about 6000 marks and about two thirds of it were paid by the national Lottery company. Initiator of this ski sports group was sports teacher Alfred Hannig, whose son even managed to jump into the 2nd national team of Eastern Germany. In 1969 the jump was covered with plastic mattings. This was very necessary, because it happened very often that for an announced competition on Saturday snow had to be collected cumbersome from anywhere and then on Sunday all efforts were of no earthly use, because of the starting thaw. The ski jump was used until 1972/73, but then ski jumping activities on the only jumping hill of Mecklenburg declined due to several reasons. The jump was still standing for a while, then fall into oblivion and was finally destructed. With large possibility it was geographically the most northern and lowest situated German ski jumping hill.

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2)   Gerhard Ehrke   wrote on 2021-11-27 at 23:06:

Motocross Rennen an der Skischanze

Am 29.09.1968 fuhr ich mit meine Brüder Motocross Rennen um die Anklamer Skischanze.Wenn ich davon erzähle glaubt es mir auch kaum jemand.

1)   schmid detlef   wrote on 2014-02-17 at 19:12:

Es hat mir aus allen Bekannten nicht geglaubt, Anklam und Skispringen jetzt der Beweis, die erste Schanze stand auf dem
sog. Soldatenfriedhof und Nachtspringen mit Fackeln der
Hammer. Hochachtung an alle sowieso an Fam Hannig (der Chef
Alfred war bis 1963 mein Sportlehrer in der KÄHTe).

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