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Baptist Kitzlinger Schanze:

Hill Size: HS 78
K-Point: 74 m
Hill record: 87.0 m (Adam Helminger GER, 2014-01-19)
Summer hill record: 84.5 m (Simon Hüttel GER, 2013-07-13)
Ladies' hill record: 83.5 m (Daniela Iraschko-Stolz AUT, 2004-02-15)
Ladies' summer record: 79.5 m (Lucie Miková CZE, 2013-07-13)
79.5 m (Štêpánka Ptáčková CZE, 2017-07-09)
Take-off angle: 10.5°
Landing angle: 34.5°
Year of construction: 1967
Conversions: 1976, 1989, 2013
K-Point: 35 m
Hill record: 36.0 m (Wolfgang Thaller AUT, 1990-01-01)
Summer hill record: 38.5 m (Dominik Schaubschläger GER, 2009-05-24)
Ladies' hill record: 27.5 m (Melanie Mayer GER, 2016-02-17)
Ladies' summer record: 25.5 m (Lena Marie Fresl GER, 2016-05-28)
Year of construction: 1989
K-Point: 15 m
Summer hill record: 17.0 m (František Vaculik CZE, 1995-06-25)
Ladies' summer record: 13.5 m (1999-06-19)
13.5 m (1999-06-19)
13.5 m (1999-06-20)
13.5 m (1999-06-20)
Year of construction: 1989
Spectator capacity: 6,000
Year of construction: 1967
Further jumps: K5
Status: operating
Plastic matting: yes
Ski club: WSV-DJK Rastbüchl

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History:

1963 was the year of the founding of WSV-DJK Rastbüchl. The small town in the Bavarian Forest belongs to the community of Breitenberg. People immediately started with the planning of the construction of a new ski jump, because the Adalbert-Stifter-Schanze near Breitenberg was old-fashioned and its situation not very good because of the sunshine.
In autumn 1967 the ski jumpers of Rastbüchl made a very long dream come true, because an own ski jumping hill at Rastbüchl would become reality, after brewery-owner Josef Lang from Jandelsbrunn gave the land for free for building the jump.
The members of the ski club had invested many hours of work and the new 50 meter jumping hill didn’t miss its intension, because already in the winter season 1967/68 eight jumpers of the ski club took part in different competitions of the ski region. In order to reach larger widths the ski jumping hill was enlarged in 1976. A judges tower and stands for the spectators were installed, too.
On 1988-08-08 the first dig of the construction of the new plastic covered hills was made under the aim to built up a new performance centre in eastern Bavaria for ski jumpers and Nordic combined, and then one of the most modern ski jumping facilities worldwide was created and a dream became true. On Friday 1989-09-15 the Baptist-Kitzlinger-Schanze was opened and named after the Landrat of that time, who mainly took part in the realization of the construction of the ski jump. 6000 spectators watched the opening competition, when Austria’s ski flying world champion Andi Felder won and his fellow countryman Andreas Rauschmeier set up the first hill record with 77 m. The large hill even had a porcelain inrun trail as the first one in the FRG.
In spring and summer with the help of many voluntary supporters the K75 was renovated, equipped with new plastic mattings and floodlights were installed. The re-opening is going to take place on July 13-14 with the 23rd international summer competition.
The most successful ski jumpers of the ski club are Michael Uhrmann and Severin Freund. In January 2017, Nicole Hauer became the third club member who jumped in the World Cup.

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7)   Johannes Funke   wrote on 2014-01-21 at 00:22:

Neuer Schanzenrekord

Neuer Schanzenrekord von Adam Helminger, 87 Meter ist er beim Schülercup dort gesprungen. Es ist mir ein Rätsel wie er den stehen konnte, doch laut den Noten hat er den gestanden.

http://www.kombiundspezinachwuchs.de/ergebnisse/SC14RBSSP2.pdf

6)   Nic374   wrote on 2013-12-10 at 14:06:

Felix Schoft mit 84,5m, aber gestürzt.
http://www.wsv-djk-rastbuechl.de/events/ergebnis/erg-dp-13-14-neu.pdf

5)   Sis2430   wrote on 2013-07-15 at 20:01:

Frauen-Sommerrekord hat Karolina Indrackova(79,5m) from
Tschechien

4)   Adrian   wrote on 2013-07-14 at 19:32:

Neue Schanzenrekord - Simon Huttel 84,5 m
http://www.skispringen.com/_pdf/13072013_rastbuechl.pdf

3)   Johannes Funke   wrote on 2013-07-13 at 20:28:

Änderungen

Ich habe mir mal die Ergebnisliste vom Mattenskispringen dieses Wochenende angesehen: http://www.wsv-djk-rastbuechl.de/events/ergebnis/Ergebnisliste_samstag.pdf

Laut dieser haben sich die Schanzendaten nach der Renovierung geändert.

Neuer K-Punkt: 74 Meter
Neuer HS: 79 Meter

Außerdem ist Simon Hüttel einen neuen Schanzenrekord von 84,5 Meter gesprungen.

2)   Artur   wrote on 2012-01-19 at 13:21:

Rekordy

Przypominam, że nie wpisaliście rekordów skoczni, które tutaj wrzucił kolega Eric2022.

1)   Eric2022   wrote on 2012-01-15 at 13:08:

Sommerrrekord K 35:38,5m (GER Dominik Schaubschläger, 24.05.2009)
Sommerrekord K 15:17,0m (CZE Vaculik Frantisek, 25.06.1995)
Quelle:http://www.wsv-djk-rastbuechl.de/index.php/sprungschanze.html

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