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Ecker Hill: A Photographic Exhibit
Ecker Hill. Alf Engen and Sverre Engen
Alf and Sverre Engen jumping together at Ecker Hill.  USHS C-558 #11.

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lf Engen is perhaps the best known of the early professional jumpers. He jumped world record distances several times during the 1930s, and each year from 1931 to 1935 he was named National Professional Jumping Champion. His top official mark at Ecker Hill was a 281-foot record setting jump in 1934.

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